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Old 07-22-2022, 07:31 AM   #1
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Default North Dallas Forty (1979) coming from Imprint on October 26



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https://www.discogs.com/release/1204...Motion-Picture



Former Dallas Cowboy John Niland Talks North Dallas Forty

Siskel & Ebert's TV Review:

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Best football movie because it deals with the politics of pro sports.
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Kino said they don't have this. That means it's either coming from Paramount themselves or Shout in the US.

If Imprint would only step up their game as far as encodes, it would be a lot easier to jump the gun with these. The packaging and extras make them very attractive, but with a little more attention they could easily be definitive for this format.
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  • English DTS-HD 5.1 Surround
  • English LPCM 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles
  • English
Extras
  • Audio commentary by filmmaker/film historian Daniel Kremer and screenwriter Daniel Waters with director Ted Kotcheff

  • Introduction by director Ted Kotcheff [01:22] (HD)



  • Hit Me With Those Best Shots: Ted Kotcheff Remembers North Dallas Forty [05:23] (HD)



  • Looking To Get Out: A Comparative Analysis Of The Ted Kotcheff Vision [18:37] (HD)



  • Theatrical Trailer [03:05] (HD but it is an SD upscale)


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Certainly the best the movie has ever looked. Kudos to imprint.

Now paramount can release the 4k :-)
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Certainly the best the movie has ever looked. Kudos to imprint.
I agree. I just gave North Dallas Forty a spin. It looked excellent projected at 100 inches. It's a very clean print with great clarity and colors. High marks across the board.

I'm so glad North Dallas Forty finally got a release. It's a fine film. This is arguably one of Nolte's five best performances, and I love how the supporting roles are populated by actors like Charles Durning and Dabney Coleman.

For those who haven't seen the film, Nolte plays an aging receiver at the end of his career. He has to navigate murky waters with team management while surviving the rigors of the game. It almost hurts to watch as Nolte grimaces and grunts his way through the pain. Comedic moments are sprinkled throughout the film, but the comedy is understated. It doesn't distract from the drama. The films best quality, like many films of the 70's, is its realism.

Great job by imprint on this release (and the entire October slate).

I also watched Testament. It looked great. The film was very good, but predictably somber.
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Looks & sounds ok.
The extras are no big deal nothing informative like no Mack Davis or Nolte interviews.
The packaging is nice.
A step better than the dvd.
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