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Scott Norwood
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5 reels
flat/Academy
Dolby SR (track is mono, but with SR noise reduction)

new print from Cinetech lab. (everything that I have seen that was printed at this place has looked absolutely gorgeous)

my print was dated 12/2008, is uncut, and looks and sounds great, aside from some negative dirt; it shipped on cores in archival cans from "Fox Library Services"

leaders were labelled as "CP #1 FROM IN-HOUSE DN (from new Cine D/N for FOX)"

If you run this film, try to get this print! [thumbsup]

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System Notices
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It has been 1460 days since the last post.


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Scott Norwood
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Criterion Pictures' print #2 is pretty amazing, too. It is a 2011 print from Foto-Kem and is uncut and near-mint. [thumbsup]

This one has a mono track, though.

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Jack Theakston
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Who do I have to screw to get a print? We were dealing with Fox and no one ever got back to us!

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Scott Norwood
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Call Criterion!

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Scott Norwood
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Try not to get stuck with print A1309 from Criterion. It is a 1993 print that is rather beat-up. It is watchable, but the other two prints blow it away in both condition and printing quality.

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Jack Theakston
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How can you get stuck with any print from Criterion anymore? Fox dumped them over a year ago (unless you booked it that far in advance).

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Scott Norwood
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Nontheatrical bookings are (I beileve) still handled by Criterion. And we booked it over a year ago, anyway.

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