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Old 07-16-2014, 06:44 PM   #1001
CinemaScope CinemaScope is offline
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Originally Posted by Geode View Post
With Fox going to all the trouble to do a 4K restoration I would have hoped that they would release it themselves at a more reasonable price than Twilight Time will ask. Perhaps it is time to sell my TT copy and wait for the new one? If I have a hankering to watch the current, rather soft version I guess I could buy the Australian release and still be way ahead in terms of money even after buying a new version next year.
That's good news, the Blu-ray picture is nothing to write home about. I hope Fox release it, & while they're at it also release The Lost World 1960, in many ways a terrible movie, but I like it.
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Old 07-17-2014, 04:12 PM   #1002
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Originally Posted by Rory View Post
Now would be the time to sell it because its value may drop once the news of this restoration is better known.
Yesterday I saw a copy on eBay close at $ would appear that the prices being gained are already going down.
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Old 07-20-2014, 05:32 AM   #1003
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USA Aussie version purchased from California

After reading the descriptions here of the Hollywood Gold Series Region B version being playable elsewhere, I ordered it through an Australian shop via eBay. With shipping to California and all, my total cost was a little less than $22 US. I ordered late at night my local time, and it arrived during the day 11 days later, which is completely reasonable. It played just fine on my Region A player (Panasonic DMP-BDT310), and it was delightful. It brought back great memories of seeing it in the theater in 1959 when it came out. I'm delighted to hear rumblings of a well-restored version planned for some time next year. Thanks to all of you who have been posting all this great information.
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