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Re: Alfred Hitchcock

Postby James-Masaki_Ryan » 18 Nov 2019 13:20

Done
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock

Postby Brent_Reid » 18 Nov 2019 17:14

You've done a top job of sorting these out already!

The PT Video Notorious and Paradine Case DVDs just need their ads replacing with that of the box (ASIN B00005NI8Q), as per the last one.

Replace The Paradine Case Prism Leisure/Fremantle DVD ad with ASIN B000CQ97V0.

All done!
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock

Postby James-Masaki_Ryan » 18 Nov 2019 23:05

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Re: Alfred Hitchcock

Postby Brent_Reid » 19 Nov 2019 19:11

Thanks! Now for The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934).

The UK Carlton DVD's "trailer" is just a brief advert for their "Silver Collection" and is not even listed as an extra on the sleeve.

There's a typo in the French DVD's runtime, throwing it out by 10 min.

Add to both comparisons: https://caps-a-holic.com/c.php?d1=1919&d2=1920&c=630

DVD Footnote:
Note that this film and other early Alfred Hitchcock titles have been released in many bootleg editions. Supposedly "public domain" releases by companies such as Avenue One, Brentwood, Diamond Entertainment, Digiview, Laserlight, Mill Creek, Passion Productions, St. Clair Vision, Sonart, Westlake, Whirlwind and others should be avoided. Information regarding the copyright status of his films can be found at Brenton Film's Alfred Hitchcock: Dial © for Copyright. Hitchcock's films and their official releases are also covered in detail at Brenton Film's Alfred Hitchcock Collectors' Guide.

BD Footnote; this amended version can also replace the one on The Lodger, Downhill and Blackmail BD comparisons:
Note that this film and other early Alfred Hitchcock titles have been released in many bootleg editions, and these unlicensed, supposedly "public domain" releases should all be avoided. Information regarding the copyright status of his films can be found at Brenton Film's Alfred Hitchcock: Dial © for Copyright. Hitchcock's films and their official releases are also covered in detail at Brenton Film's Alfred Hitchcock Collectors' Guide.

Also available from Elephant Films in France.

PS:
The Scandinavian Future Film/Atlantic Film DVD box set is a boot. It contains films belonging to all three unconnected rights holders of his British films, something none of them would ever agree to. FF/AF have also done exactly the same thing with many other classic films. Of course, there are no proper copyright logos anywhere on the discs or packaging.
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock

Postby James-Masaki_Ryan » 20 Nov 2019 15:42

Updated Man Who Knew Too Much
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