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42 discs is a little ridiculous.. Blu-Ray version pls

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Initial post: Dec 11, 2007 10:16:17 AM PST
BBP says:
is this coming to hi-def anytime soon? (prob not). now that I have hi-def, I don't care for standard DVDs anymore. i can't go back to watching movies on standard definition.

anyone else waiting for all the Bonds to go hi-def?

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2007 11:30:52 AM PST
Jason says:
I would love the bond movies to go high def, and they will. But I have no intentions on paying 24-27 dollars a disc though, not even 20, at 20 dollars a movie it would be 420$ and that is a very reasonable price per movie. If you have a blu-ray player, chances are (if it is decent) it will upconvert your dvds and they look quite good. I'm re-watching my sopranos dvds on my blu-ray player and they look better than ever.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2007 11:57:00 AM PST
M. le says:
Before I got my PS3, I bought an up-converter dvd player that converts the 480 to 720p, and while thats not as impressive as's really not that bad. I still enjoy movies from my old dvd collection and standard DVDs are soo cheap nowadays. Just throwing it out there, maybe you should consider a second dvd player that upconverts to play all the other stuff you don't care to see in 1080.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 15, 2008 4:03:52 PM PST
Hear, hear! I'm still working on converting all my VHS tapes over to DVD. *L* I can't IMAGINE starting all over again with a Blu-Ray conversion of my collection! I'll just Blu-Ray those I either haven't already replaced with DVD or my very favorite favorites, and enjoy the upconversion of my standard disks, otherwise. When you're talking about 2000+ movies, that's a huge commitment; one I'm not prepared to make. However, since the addition of the HD/Plasma TV and the Blu-Ray player will be happening this summer, I'm not buying anymore standard DVD's. I'm buying Blu-Ray UNLESS it's a lesser movie. [I won't even be LOOKING at Mortal Kombat 1, 2, or 3 on Blu-Ray, for example. *L*] But these? IF...and that's a huge little word, but IF I don't get this set, I'll definitely get it in Blu-Ray later. I've wanted this set since they introduced the 4-piece sets years ago, and just haven't done it. I'm torn, frankly, between waiting for this on Blu-Ray, and instant gratification of having it NOW. But I can't say that I'll do both. In fact, I CAN say that I won't do both. Whichever I go with, is what I'll have, and that will be that.

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 3, 2008 12:21:37 PM PST
Does anyone know if they are going to release it on blu-ray?

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 14, 2008 5:57:25 AM PDT
Wendy Barry says:
Can anyone tell me if these discs are able to be played in Australia?? Would love to send to my dad.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 14, 2008 6:17:56 AM PDT
ASP says:
I agree with putting multiple films on a single blu-ray disc, but I don't want to pay the high blu-ray prices for 5 old movies that already look great on DVD. Movies from the 50's, 60's, and 70's won't look that great on blu-ray because of the source medium that the movie was recorded on. I will buy the new Casino Royale and future Bond movies on Blu-ray, but none of the old movies because I don't think it's worth paying $20 for a blu-ray version of a single 1960's Bond movie. I agree on using Blu-ray for compressing the amount of discs, but I don't expect movie quality of the old films to get much better.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 14, 2008 6:27:43 AM PDT
Six Bonds have been announced for Blu-ray.

It's true that not everything looks great on Blu-ray and the source material is a key factor in that, but I wouldn't dismiss older films without seeing them first. Some older films like The Searchers have turned out very nicely in high definition.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 14, 2008 9:20:22 AM PDT
Lucas says:
There are some DVD players, I have one. that plays, the opposite of what the usa uses for dvd standard, If that makes any sence? If he can find a DVD player that does the same then it will work, if not, then no it will not work. If you want more info on that kinda dvd player, jus give me a shout.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 14, 2008 12:06:07 PM PDT
G. Sekellick says:
Actually, ASP, the source material of older films - in most cases 35mm film, which is still the standard today - is significantly better quality than blu-ray. Sometimes older movies don't look good because the the source material used for the transfer has been damaged, but in most cases any damage can easily be restored if the studio is willing to put in a little effort. I have seen early silent films that look better than new releases.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 15, 2008 11:42:55 AM PDT
blue ray vol 1 and 2 is out for pre order here at amazon

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 23, 2008 3:02:44 PM PST
Jason says:
I don't believe they had hi-def in 1962.... Good luck getting any of the vintage bond movies in hi-def. Maybe the latest one from 2006, but that's probably the starting point.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 24, 2008 6:52:59 PM PST
TheBrizz says:
Please know what you're talking about before you post. Ever heard of remastering? They didn't have digital technology when Zeppelin recorded Stairway to Heaven either, but somehow I have it on CD, with sound quality better than it ever sounded when it was originally released on vinyl.

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In reply to an earlier post on Dec 1, 2008 6:05:10 PM PST
Hi-def is on the disk. The original film, that the movie is on maybe 35mm or 65mm or 70mm and that is what the movies were on in 1962 also that is the same as what they are on today. You can be assured that high quality companies are not going to release any film from VHS tape like the cheaper ones that you find today. As TheBrizz states remastering of the old films are repairing the damage to the films that time has done to them.
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