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For film history buffs it is a great treat.
None of these perceived failings matter when viewing the film, which retains all of its power to amaze and move an audience as it did the day it premiered.
The new region-free Blu-ray and DVD editions by Cohen Media present the best picture quality ever for this film on home video.
It's a classic and the start of film epics. This is a great copy of the film. For film history buffs it is a great treat.Published 1 month ago by ybarry45
Unbelievably gorgeous restoration of the DW Griffith 1916 classic. I have seen many prints of this film, from many countries, and I even spent two years with the copyright frames... Read morePublished 2 months ago by KRabin
A wonderful very early film classic by fellow Kentucian - D. W. Griffith. Gloriously restored on Blu-ray. Not to be missed and should be in everyone's film collection. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill Ford Interiors, Inc.
That grand old gentleman of the South and one of American Cinema's first pioneers David Wark Griffith in an act of self-atonement for his controversially racist treatise "The... Read morePublished 7 months ago by keith m. orr
I wasn't prepared for the incredible restoration work achieved by film historian Kenneth Brownlow and associates on D.W. Griffith's monumental masterwork. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael P. Ofarrell
This is indeed D.W. Griffith's masterpiece. Even though he would go on to make many more films, this 1916 feature is the standout in his entire body of work. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Stephen
A remarkable film, a silent classic that should be in the collection of any serious movie buff. Long but worth every minute.Published 11 months ago by Dale Booth
I discovered this film many years ago as a teenager when I purchased a 8mm copy of the entire film from Blackhawk Films. Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. Hunter Hale
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That's because Amazon requires reliable info, such as disc specs publisher's website, in order to confirm the changes are correct. The problem is that no one single source has all the correct info. The publisher, Cohen Media, doesn't post disc specs on their website at all. Blu-ray.com posts... Read More
Nov 14, 2013 by keviny01 | See all 2 posts
|How will this compare to the Kino release?||
The Cohen Media Blu-ray and DVD run only 168 minutes. The Kino DVD runs 197 min, but mainly because of the slower, perhaps erroneous speed. The Cohen disc is largely identical to the Kino disc in terms of the footage available. But both discs are less complete than the 178-minute Image DVD... Read More
Nov 14, 2013 by keviny01 | See all 4 posts