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Warner UK Blu-ray Catalog Slate Revealed

Posted July 7, 2009 07:57 AM by Juan Calonge

Warner Bros.The UK branch of Warner Home Video has sent to retailers the first details for the catalog titles the studio is set to release on Blu-ray in October and November. There are many interesting titles in the list: some were already announced in the US (e.g., 'Contact'), and others were only rumored (e.g., 'Heat') while others belong to another studio in the US (e.g., 'Dances with Wolves').

The schedule is as follows:
October 5: Gremlins
October 12: Contact; Dances with Wolves
October 19: Friday the 13th (1980); Ghost Ship
November 2: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory; The Wizard of Oz
November 9: Heat; The Negotiator
November 16: Gone with the Wind; The Green Mile; North by Northwest; The Towering Inferno


Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United Kingdom [Country settings]

News comments (17 comments)


macachia
 - Jul 07, 2009

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The towering inferno! Will def get that

Al_The_Strange
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Oooh, "Gremlins," "Heat," "Willy Wonka," "North By Northwest"...awesome!

Oh wait, these are British. I hope they're region-free. If so...awesome!

LeBougre
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Gremlins + Heat + Green Mile for me on day 1 !

I'm sure the US will have almost similar dates for those films (except the ones already announced in the US)

Al_The_Strange : yes, they will be region free because it's Warner ^^

Lsnake
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Ahhh Heat. Finally.

Grubert
 - Jul 07, 2009

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"Oh wait, these are British." -- Well yeah, I think saying "UK" in the title, saying "UK" right at the beginning of the text and the Union Jack at the bottom are dead giveaways.

GoodToGo
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Heat....finally...hearing the bank scene in lossless audio

I loved Green Mile as well, so another buy for me

Penthouse
 - Jul 07, 2009

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North by Northwest for sure and probably the Wizard of Oz and Gone with the Wind as they will come without all the extra crap, and cheaper!

bajor27
 - Jul 07, 2009

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is that a 'normal' version of Oz or is it an 'ultimate' version like this side of the Atlantic?

Grubert
 - Jul 07, 2009

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bajor27, we were discussing it on the UK subforum:
http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=105416

There has been no official announcement but it seems that it'll be a "normal" edition, just like the UK release of Woodstock was. From the information on various sites, it'll be a three-disc edition (2 BDs and one DVD).

rev.and.ride
 - Jul 07, 2009

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North by Northwest and Heat for me!

TheManInBlu
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Gremlins for sure and maybe Heat...

tru blu
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Almost all of those will find a home in my collection.

sjy1969
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Damn! November's going to be expensive for Warner purchases alone. I want all of these save Willy Wonka.

Cap Nord
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Insiders are saying that the amzing picture quality of Gone With the Wind on Blu Ray will equal the sound clarity of Sgt. Pepper's Lonley Heart's Club Band when it came out on cd. Those of us who remember Sgt Pepper coming out on CD in 1987 will understand the impact that had on the CD market.

will_ares
 - Jul 07, 2009

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Ah Heat, one of my favourite movies
I have the DVD and during the bank shootout, the bullets sound so loud and real.
i think the TrueHD soundtrack on the blu-ray during that particular scene will have me duckin behind the couch lol

nazdar
 - Jul 07, 2009

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UK titles are fun; sometimes load faster, have easier menus and no ads. But you must do homework before purchasing.

whiteboy70176
 - Jul 17, 2009

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I WANT THE GREEN MILE NOW!

Oh well. I can wait. The longer they take just means they are doing a good job with it. So take as long as you want Warner! I would hate see you screw up The Green Mile in any way.


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