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Claude Lelouch - Huge (17+ DVD) collection with English subs

Old 04-30-06, 01:40 AM
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Claude Lelouch - Huge (17+ DVD) collection with English subs

It looks almost unbelievable but German Black Hill-Warner Bros company released almost all Claude Lelouch DVDs with both French and German audio and with English subtitles.

They released them in 5 boxes with 4DVDs in each box.

In box 1 only 2 DVDs have English subtitles. The movies "La Belle Histoire" and "L'aventure C'est l'aventure" have no subtitles.




http://www.screenshot-online.com/index.php?id=201

In boxes 2, 3, 4 all DVDs have English subtitles








In box 5 at least 3 DVDs have English subtitles. I am not certain of subtitles on the DVD of the movie "Ca n'arrive qu'aux autres" (German title "Das passiert immer nur den anderen"). By the way this movie according to IMDB was directed by Nadine Trintignant, so it seems puzzling why this movie is included in the Lelouch collection.



There is also a new 2 DVD Lelouch set recently released, but I don't know if English subtitles were included.



Maybe somebody in Germany can check the subtitles status of all of the uncertain cases.

Additionally these boxes cost only 35 or 26 euro each in Amazon.de.

This is incredible news. It seems that Germans started to subtitle many French and German movies in English.

Recently Romy Schneider collection was released in Germany that is completely English friendly.



If you find any other boxes or DVDs of French, Italian, Spanish or German movies released in Germany please let us know!!!

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Old 04-30-06, 12:20 PM
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Glad to hear about the english subs. Germany gets lots of great movies that I want on DVD but quite often they have no subs.
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This is the list of movies in the Lelouch DVD box sets:

Set 1

1. Itinéraire d'un enfant gâté (Der Lowe) (1988)
2. La Belle Histoire (Die Schonste Geschichte der Welt) (1992) (NO SUBS)
3. Tout ça... pour ça! (Alles Fur die Liebe) (1993)
4. L'Aventure, c'est l'aventure (Die Entfuhrer Lassen Grussen) (1972) (NO SUBS)

Set 2

1. Édith et Marcel (Edith und Marcel) (1983)
2. Robert et Robert (Ein Man Sucht Eine Frau) (1978)
3. Partir, revenir (Weggehen und Wiederkommen) (1985)
4. La Bonne année (Ein Gluckchet Jahr) (1973)

Set 3

1. À nous deux (Allein zu Zweit) (1979)
2. Attention bandits! (Die Zeit des Verbrechen) (1986)
3. Viva la vie! (Es Lebe das Leben) (1984)
4. Uns et les autres (Ein Jeglicher Wird Seinen Lohn Empfangen) (1981)

Set 4

1. Le Bon et les méchants (Der Gute und die Bosen) (1976)
2. Le Chat et la souris (Eine Katze Jagt de Maus) (1975)
3. Smic Smac Smoc (1971)
4. L'Amour avec des si (Die Fahnung) (1962)

Set 5

1. Toute une vie (Ein Leben Lang) (1974)
2. Il y a des jours... et des lunes (So Sind die Tage und der Mond) (1990)
3. Ça n'arrive qu'aux autres (Es Passiert Immer nur den Anderen) (1971) (SUBS ???)
Directed by Nadine Trintignant. Lelouch company Les Films 13 only produced this movie.
4. Mariage (Eine ehe) (1976)

Extra 2 DVD set

1. Une pour toutes (Eine fur Alle) (1999) (SUBS ???)
2. Une fille et des fusils (1964) (SUBS ???)
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Originally Posted by murphy_wmm
Glad to hear about the english subs. Germany gets lots of great movies that I want on DVD but quite often they have no subs.
Right, plus the shipping is quite high.
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Quite some time ago I forwarded the info for Romy's set to Xploited. I plan on having a review of the set for DVDTALK very soon!

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will they be available seperately?
Ive wanted LA BELLE HISTOIRE for such a long time...
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same...no subs...

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As mentioned above, no subs for "La Belle Histoire", but the upside is that if you are OK with that then the disc (which I see around in quite a few French stores) can be had for around 5€... I picked up "Le Genre humain" (again, no subs) for the same price and "Vivre pour vivre" for 1€. Seems a lot of Lelouch's stuff is available for cheap if you don't need (or aren't bothered about) subs.

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Originally Posted by Dazza
As mentioned above, no subs for "La Belle Histoire", but the upside is that if you are OK with that then the disc (which I see around in quite a few French stores) can be had for around 5€...
I don't think you can get it at this price if you're living outside of France or Europe, 9.99€ at DVDmoinscher

Shipment:
"# U.S.A., Canada et Japon

Les envois sont acheminés en Postexport ou Colissimo International par voie postale. Le coût de livraison est calculé de la manière suivante en fonction du poids du colis :

0,500 Kg -> 8,50 euros
1,000 Kg -> 21,00 euros
2,000 Kg -> 28,00 euros
3,000 Kg -> 37,00 euros
4,000 Kg -> 46,00 euros
5,000 Kg -> 55,00 euros
10,00 Kg -> 100,00 euros
15,00 Kg -> 118,00 euros
20,00 Kg -> 136,00 euros
25,00 Kg -> 172,00 euros
30,00 Kg -> 208,00 euros

Pour information, un DVD pèse environ 150 grammes." (for info weight of a DVD is around 150 gr)
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Re: Claude Lelouch - Huge (17+ DVD) collection with English subs

I have been trying to find a DVD copy of Edith et Marcel with English subtitles. If anyone can help me find this, please help. I would appreciate it. Thanks.

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