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Old 2nd September 2018, 05:16 PM
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omg was not expecting this.. season one on blu ray...October 8

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great news season one oct 8th...

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James Garner stars as Jim Rockford, a private investigator who lives and works out of a house trailer at the beach in Malibu, Los Angeles. Charging $200 per day plus expenses, he s not the cheapest detective available, but he s the best. Jim relies on his brain not brawn to solve a case, and frequently his charm. An ex-convict, once imprisoned for a crime he didn t commit, Jim has a penchant for taking cases that are closed by the LAPD those the police were sure had been resolved. Contains all 22 episodes from the classic TV series now fully restored and in high definition. Starring James Garner and Noah Berry and produced by TV legend Stephen J. Cannell.
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Old 2nd September 2018, 06:36 PM
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The running time must be wrong 202 minutes !

I kind of like it so might get it and store my arrow blu in it
Think the running time will be with all the little extras.
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Old 4th October 2018, 02:31 PM
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November 5th, 2018

Quatermass and The Pit = £25.52 at Amazon UK


"Product Description

Andre Morell stars as Professor Bernard Quatermass in this landmark television classic. Now available on Blu-Ray for the very first time, in a brand new high-definition remaster from the original film elements. When a strange capsule is unearthed at an archaeological excavation in London, an unexploded bomb is initially suspected. However, with a history of supernatural events in the area going back many centuries and with events at the dig site about to take an unexpectedly alien turn, the origins of the capsule are soon revealed to be far more distant than anyone could have imagined. When the capsule is finally opened, something is unleashed upon the streets of London that nobody can control and mankind's past and future collide with devastating consequences.

Includes an 8-page collectors booklet

SPECIAL FEATURES
• Brand new commentaries featuring members of the original cast and crew. Presented by Toby Hadoke.
• A newly compiled photo gallery, including images of a number of previously unreleased images from the show’s original production.
• A complication of alternate title sequences from the BBC Archives.
• Making Demons visual effects featurette.
• Archive documentary content, covering the 1958 production."
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Old 4th October 2018, 04:26 PM
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Was just about to post this. Fantastic news! ( sorry the 'like' button still doesn't work properly! )
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Someone already selling Quatermass on eBay for £17.99


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Old 11th October 2018, 06:48 AM
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Columbo - The Complete First Season. Release date October 22nd, 2018. Pre-order at Amazon UK - £29.99

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It s the landmark series that inspired an entire genre. Now, televisions greatest detective, Columbo, comes to Blu-ray for the first time now fully restored and in hi-definition. Starring Peter Falk in his 4-time Emmy-winning role as the cigar-chomping, trench coat-wearing police lieutenant, this 3-disc collection includes every fascinating episode from the series first season. Also included are the two original Columbo TV Pilot movies: Prescription: Murder and Ransom For A Dead Man. Columbos first season features legendary guest stars like Robert Culp, Ray Milland, Eddie Albert, Suzanne Pleshette, Don Ameche, Leslie Nielsen and Roddy McDowall. It s no mystery why Columbo: The Complete First Season is the Blu-ray set crime fans have been waiting for! "


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Old 11th October 2018, 11:18 AM
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I really enjoyed going through the Columbo boxset but I don't think I'd pay that much for the first season in high definition; it seems perfectly adequate on DVD and I can't think how much more I'd enjoy it with better A/V quality.
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I really enjoyed going through the Columbo boxset but I don't think I'd pay that much for the first season in high definition; it seems perfectly adequate on DVD and I can't think how much more I'd enjoy it with better A/V quality.
Assuming we're talking about the upcoming blu release, it's almost as much for season one on blu as it is for the complete series on DVD. Not a chance.
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Old 11th October 2018, 01:59 PM
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I've just finished season one on dvd and agree that it looks great anyway there really is no need to pay that much for one series on blu. It's basically talking heads anyway, hardly an action series.
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