Originally Posted by Dave_6
Am I the only one that opens a disc as soon as I get it?
Ah, but if he doesn't break the shrink and this turns out to be some weird anomaly then it's value could easily be..... dammit! just open the...
Originally Posted by ack_bk
It's not. The sticker on the Walmart box indicates that there are at least two features included that are on Disc 2.
So either Warner added features from Disc 2 to Disc 1 just for Walmart, or there...
I'm probably just gonna get the Target set because I like the looks of it out of the three options, I don't like Wal*Mart, and it's dawned on me that I'm spending way too much time worrying about $15, in either direction.
Originally Posted by Mark Booth
The graphic on that slipcover inside the larger ultimate box set looks very similar to the graphic for the $34.99 version at Target. All that's missing is the Blu-ray strip across the top.
Originally Posted by stumlad
I think you misunderstood. He's saying that the grain is there because that's all they had back in 1939. It's not like the director had a choice whether to show grain or not... I'm sure this was...
little confused about this.
I have the Fox classic dvd.
are you saying that there are 15 extra minutes in that version that are missing from the bd?
if so, that's a shame, but I'll just hang onto...
Originally Posted by Shaded Dogfood
The Blu-ray of the original print doesn't differ too much from the Fox DVD, but the Czech print is a revelation- and using different takes, too! What was that about? Was a European version...
Originally Posted by lgans316
I will pay you $5 by PayPal if the UK BLU features PAL extras.
I just was not sure if all the disks in the 3-disk Brit set are blu-rays. it's not unheard of to schlep some extras...
Is there any reason to not just pick up the British release if you want to avoid all the crap and just get the disks?
Are any of the 3 disks either in the US or Brit release DVDs? I'd be all for the British release unless the extras...