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HD-DVD | Elite Red HD Case Official Pre-Sell Date: January 24, 2007


Studio: Warner Bros.

Theatrical Release: 10/17/68

Genre(s): Drama, Suspense/Thriller, Action/Adventure

MPAA: NR



Synopsis: Steve McQueen's on target in the definitive police/action thriller, featuring one of the screen's great car chases through San Francisco streets. Academy Award(R) winner!

Director: Peter Yates

Actors: Steve Mc Queen, Simon Oakland, Don Gordon, Robert Duvall, Robert Vaughn


Awards: AFI - Top 100 Thrills

Academy Award - Best Editing

Zagat Survey Movie Selection


Product Type: Sell Through

Latest Promotion: New Release

Announce Date: 1/18/07

Order Date: 1/23/07

Street Date: 2/27/07

UPC: 085391136873

Cat#: 113687

ISBN: 1-4198-4814-3

Closed Captioning: Yes

MSRP: $28.99

Packaging Type: Elite Red HD Case

Media Quantity: 1

Disc Configuration:

1) HD-30DL

Soundtrack Language: English

Run Time: 114

Units per Carton: 30

Product Dimensions (D x W x H):

0.5 x 5.375 x 6.781 IN

Product Weight: 0.18 LB

Carton Dimensions (D x W x H):

15.314 x 7.281 x 6.188 IN

Carton Weight: 5.92 LB


Subtitles: English SDH, English, Francais, Latin Spanish

Aspect Ratio: Original Aspect Ratio - 2.40, Widescreen [16:9 Transfer]

Sound Quality: English 2.0 DDP

French 1.0 DDP

Latin Spanish 1.0 DDP


Related Titles: Getaway, The
 

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As long as his car still has 6 hubcaps and 16 forward gears, I'll buy it.

I haven't seen this movie yet, but I know what you mean
like Paul Walkers Eclipse having 7 gears in the beginning of F&F.
 

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The aspect ratio is actually 1.85:1


I am really disappointed that the audio is still only 2.0 though.


I humbly disagree. Keeping the audio at original source sounds better to me than trying to make surrounds out of sounds that just aren't there - way too artificial.
 

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It looks like the only difference between the HD version and the BD version is that the HD version has DD+. Is this all, or is there more? Thanks.
 

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I humbly disagree. Keeping the audio at original source sounds better to me than trying to make surrounds out of sounds that just aren't there - way too artificial.

I agree... but I would imagine that the original source was a 1.0 mono track.
 

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I humbly disagree. Keeping the audio at original source sounds better to me than trying to make surrounds out of sounds that just aren't there - way too artificial.



I agree... but I would imagine that the original source was a 1.0 mono track.

I'd like to have the original mono source track as well.


There are OAR fanatics, myself included. Why aren't there as many outspoken Original Audio Source fans? I've read so many people griping about the OAR, but will then complain about a lack of a 5.1 soundtrack. What gives?
 
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