Taking a chance on love rod stewart

Taking a chance on love rod stewart

Colors are crisp and clear, in fact, it is the quality of South Pacific, which I consider a 10 out of 10 for quality! South Pacific is another movie from this era with amazing, jaw-dropping pq. It was filmed in Todd AO, I believe, and I think they had the color seps on it. Anyway, not only a demonstration disc for blu ray, but quite a good s a war film too, so something for varied If you like musicals, IPrecommend you rent or buy South Pacific. I want Evita from Disney on BD in DTS-HD MA. PI guess nobody here is counting Viva Las Vegas as a musical?? P That Music Man Blu-ray is fantastic and I cant wait for The Sound of Music!! Location: The Land of Oranges, Mickey Mouse, and foreclosures I like South Pacific, but IPkeep taking a chance on love rod stewart that the movie doesnt hold a candle to the original Broadway production which won the Pulitzer for Drama. PIve always wondered about the stage version, which distracts me from enjoying the movie. Ive seen video clips of the original Broadway show, but have no idea whether a complete film or video recording exists. Ive seen video clips of the original Broadway show, but have no idea whether a complete film or video recording exists. A compete version does not exist. P The clips that taking a chance on love rod stewart see are from a TV special honoring Rogers Hammerstein and some numbers that were shown on Ed Sullivan Show. P Nothing can beat the experience of a live show for it is there for that moment and that moment only. P However, I think the movie version of the South Pacific is true to Rogers, Hammerstein, and Logans view of it and filming on location opened it up so much. P It is one of my favorite movies. Location: The Land of Oranges, Mickey Mouse, and foreclosures Thanks, Allen. P Good to know. Many of those on the list are Fox titles and no doubt will need some restoration to be up to snuff for Blu-Ray and many of the others are originally M-G-M and itll be up to present owner Warners to bring them up to Blu-Ray quality, as they have been with Wizard of Oz and American in and no one has mentioned the beautiful restore of Gigi thats available. was shown on Turner Classic Movies HD in the last day and it is high def and a beautiful new transfer, all I can say is wow, this is going to be a great Blu-ray. The sound was obviously redone, it is so much better than the DVD. Colors are crisp and clear, in fact, it is the quality of South Pacific, which I consider a 10 out of 10 for quality! I trust it was the 70mm version not the 35mm Scope version that was shot simultaneously. It is good to hear this if it was the 70mm version as the dvd transfer of this was dreadfulapart from the sound which knocked the 35mm version for six. South Pacific is magnificent and highly recommended. I dont expect Oklahoma! to make it out this year. If it makes it out next year, which I think is an anniversary year, I would be over the moon. Getting Fox to pony up one R H musical a year on Blu is a challenge enough. I would never be so greedy as to expect two in the same quarter. God, Id settle for just an SD of Lili, which MGM or Fox or whoever has consistently neglected to offer on DVD. Why?PFine musical. Star in Todd-AO and one of my favorites-Hair. A 16mm film of the original production of South Pacific was made in 1952, of the London cast, which includes Mary Martin and Muriel Smith. The film was made for archival purposes only, but it and Ive seen it. God, Id settle for just an SD of Lili, which MGM or Fox or whoever has consistently neglected to offer on DVD. Why?PFine musical. It would be Warners. P They own it now. There are very few classic Columbia/Sonys Blu Ray. It is absurd that are not yet available big hits like Oliver! Nor is understood that Warner will not edit Cabaret the dvd is not anamorphic!, or My Fair Lady in Blu Ray. My fair lady now belongs to Paramount.

Advertisements
  1. No comments yet.
  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: