A Christmas Carol

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  • New State-of-the-Art High Definition Film Transfer from the original 35mm negatives – fully digitally restored picture and sound! , Original Theatrical 1.33:1 Version Optional English & Spanish Subtitles , Optional Dolby Digital 2.0 or 5.1 , Audio Commentary by George Cole , Cast bios , BONUS!  Also Includes the Standard DVD with both 4×3 and 16×9 Versions Format: BLU-RAY DISC

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Studio: Video Communications Inc. Release Date: 11/03/2009 Run time: 86 minutes Rating: Nr… More >>

A Christmas Carol

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5 Comments
  1. I assumed this movie had been colorized, by looking at the cover. There is a dvd and a blu-ray disc, but what is the point of doing blu-ray on a black and white move? The opening and the menu are in color, but then it goes to the original black and white movie. This was a favorite old Christmas tradition for me, and I thought I would enjoy a color version of it. There is no mention of any color on the cover so am I stuck with this purchase?
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. My family has watched this every Christmas Eve (just before we all “settled down for a long winter’s nap”) for as long as I can remember. To this date, I have never written a review, owned a Blu-Ray player, or bought anything on Blu-Ray, but this will be the very first one I buy for sure. I can’t go one Christmas without having seen this. I can’t really say for sure what the picture-transfer will be like, but I’ve owned this on VHS, 2 times on standard DVD, so this version is a given. If I could have rated it with more stars, I would have. If you like a non-book version of this particular story, you would be crazy to pass this up.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I sincerely hope the description is true and this disk represents an HD transfer from the original studio negative, because every previous version I’ve seen of this brilliant, delightful and touching movie (I’ve owned VHS, LaserDisc and DVD copies) has looked like it was filmed through the bottom of a murky Coke bottle and has had horrible muffled sound with inaudible dialog. This classic deserves to be treated with great respect and I eagerly look forward to reviews of this disk when it is released. I’ll snap it up in a heartbeat if this disk is good.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. We started to watch this blu-ray and the video was the cleanest we have seen so far for this film; however, the audio was hollow and unbearable. We ended up watching our colorized version on DVD instead. Hopefully next year they will continue to improve this video by adding color and improving the sound.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. While the Blu-Ray version is much clearer, I wish I had selected the Ultimate Collector’s edition. It had a remastered B&W digital version plus a color version.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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