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Jul 17 12 5:44 PM
Jul 17 12 7:06 PM
>I'm a bit worried now though, that the blue-ray will be overdone in the grain cleanup dept after seeing the snippet on the "100 years of" youtube video. If they could just keep it the way we saw it at the forum it would be a sure winner<Jim, don't you think that the less grain noticable in the DVD might be due to the difference in screen magnification at the theater?>Universal did a show print several years ago in which the sound basically cut out completely between dialogue, sound effects, and music. It was just as annoying as the hiss.<A large commercial company did that in some OTR releases a few years back; and David, you're right - the cure is worse than the disease.-Craig
Jul 17 12 7:41 PM
It's also fun how these old movie bats flap their wings so leisurely that they'd never remain airborne!
Jul 17 12 8:26 PM
Hunch and Judy wrote:I'm a bit worried now though, that the blue-ray will be overdone in the grain cleanup dept
"Guy named Squeamy got thrown from the fifth floor. He's deader'n a mackerel."
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Joe Karlosi wrote:
It's more that I like my movies sharp and sand-free.
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