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La Grande Illusion (Studio Canal Collection) [Blu-ray] £6.00 in store @ Fopp

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Usually at least twice this price, cheapest I've seen it During WWI, three French officers are captured. Captain De Boeldieu is an aristocrat while Lieutenant Marechal was a mechanic in civilian li… Read More
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Usually at least twice this price, cheapest I've seen it

During WWI, three French officers are captured. Captain De Boeldieu is an aristocrat while Lieutenant Marechal was a mechanic in civilian life. They meet other prisoners from various backgrounds, as Rosenthal, son of wealthy Jewish bankers. They are separated from Rosenthal before managing to escape. A few months later, they meet again in a fortress commanded by the aristocrat Van Rauffenstein. De Boeldieu strikes up a friendship with him but Marechal and Rosenthal still want to escape... One of the very first prison escape movies, La Grande Illusion is hailed as one of the greatest films ever made.
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Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist

And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate

Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.

Edited By: velocirapta on Sep 21, 2016 02:05
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velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.

Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
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velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)

I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).

Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).
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fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).
Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).

Thanks I only ask as I bought the new version recently but haven't checked it yet. I have The Deer Hunter digibook but think it only adds a commentary (I could be wrong).
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velocirapta
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).
Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).
Thanks I only ask as I bought the new version recently but haven't checked it yet. I have The Deer Hunter digibook but think it only adds a commentary (I could be wrong).

I think that's the case anyway! Look on the back maybe?

Nah, The Deer Hunter digibook disc has a bunch of extras apparently: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Deer-Hunter-Blu-ray/5813/#Review

Should be okay though.The Graduate has been restored recently so might get a new disc from StudioCanal, and I reckon The Deer Hunter and maybe even The Elephant Man will get the same sometime in the near future (at least in the next few years).
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velocirapta
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).
Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).
Thanks I only ask as I bought the new version recently but haven't checked it yet. I have The Deer Hunter digibook but think it only adds a commentary (I could be wrong).
I think that's the case anyway! Look on the back maybe?
Nah, The Deer Hunter digibook disc has a bunch of extras apparently: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Deer-Hunter-Blu-ray/5813/#Review
Should be okay though.The Graduate has been restored recently so might get a new disc from StudioCanal, and I reckon The Deer Hunter and maybe even The Elephant Man will get the same sometime in the near future (at least in the next few years).

Here's the back of the Ladykillers hope it helps (couldn't find anything online) ...

http://i.imgur.com/IFYKKAd.jpg

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