Friday, January 18, 2013

Titanic (1953) available on Blu-ray Now!




COMMEMORATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF

THE R.M.S TITANIC DISASTER WHEN

THE ACADEMY AWARD® WINNING CLASSIC FILM

COMES TO BLU-RAY



If you are looking to enjoy this classic for the first time or if you have been a fan for years, there is no better way to enjoy this film than on Blu-ray.



 Marking the 100th Anniversary of the Infamous Maiden Voyage,

The Iconic Film Comes to Blu-ray for the First



Coinciding with the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the famous passenger liner, TITANIC, the 1953 Academy Award® Winner for Best Writing, Story and Screenplay, bursts onto Blu-ray for the first time April 3rd from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.  The influential film features a stellar cast including Golden Globe® winner and Academy Award® nominee Clifton Webb (Stars and Stripes Forever), Academy Award® and Emmy® winner Barbara Stanwyck (Double Indemnity) and Audrey Dalton (Separate Tables).  Showcasing a fully re-mastered version of the film, as well as incredible special features including commentary from the cast and crew, TITANIC on Blu-ray is a must-have for any classic film enthusiast and history buff.

Determined to leave the superficial, high-society world in which her husband Richard (Clifton Webb) is engrossed, Julia Sturges (Barbara Stanwyck) boards the R.M.S. Titanic in England to travel to America, along with her two children. Hoping to reconcile with his family, Richard purchases a steerage ticket aboard the ship, unaware of the fateful events that loom ahead.

Prebook is March 7th.

TITANIC Blu-ray Special Features:

  • Commentary by Film Critic Richard Schickel
  • Commentary by Cinematographer Michael D. Lonzo, Actors Audrey Dalton and Robert Wagner, and Historian Sylvia Stoddard
  • MovieTone News
  • “Titanic” Premiere Thrills South
  • CinemaScope and “The Robe” Win Oscars
  • Titanic Aftermath: Audio Essay by Silvia Stoddard
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Still Gallery

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TITANIC Blu-ray: (Catalog #2280548 U.S.)

Street Date:        March 13, 2012

Pre-book Date:   March 7, 2012

Screen Format:    4:3 (1.33:1)

Audio:                  English 1.0 Mono DTS-HD-MA

                              French 1.0 Mono DD

                              Spanish 1.0 Mono DD 

Subtitles:             English, French, Spanish

U.S. Rating:         NR      

Total Run Time:      01:42:48

Closed Captioned:   Yes





Our Take:



I have always been a fan of the story of the Titanic, and because of this I have seen each movie and all the TV specials that had to do with the ship. From visiting museums locally to visiting exhibits in London, I have done a lot to see Titanic exhibits and the like. The movie Titanic, well I remember seeing this in the theaters during the first run three times! Yes I saw this movie three times in the theater, it was a great movie. But the movies all started with this black and white classic from 1953.  Sorry guys there is no Jack and Rose in this film but it is still a spectacular retelling of the fateful night in 1912. What a film. I just fell into it and it kept me on the edge of my seat. My husband had never seen this version of the movie, but he loved it as much as I did.  Just to think of being put in that position… to have to stay or leave my husband, it just makes me shutter just thinking of it.

Now with the Blu-ray there is so much more to love about this movie.  This movie looks as great on my TV. I would highly recommend this new dvd  see the movie again for the first  


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