The Day The Earth Stood Still (2 Discs) (Cinema Reserve) £3.99 @ Play.com + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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The original and by far the best.

Special Features


A Warning and an Ultimatum
The making of: featurette
Restoration comparison
Movietone news of the premiere and events of 1951
Audio commentary by Robert Wise and Nicholas Meyer
Original theatrical trailer
Stills gallery

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#1
£2.99p in Morrisons.
banned#2
Either way, it's cheaper than the the remake. Which sucked.
#3
Again, Region 2 is cheated from a great documentary as it was the case with La Haine - 10th Anniversary Edition.

What we don´t get:
- 70 minutes documentary "The Making of The Day The Earth Stood Still".
- Camera interviews with the producer, director and female lead.
- "Collectors".

But, hey, it´s Region 2 is cheap. Keep the old release or otherwise get the Region 1.
#4
Price gone up to £12.94
#5
Gromit
Again, Region 2 is cheated from a great documentary as it was the case with La Haine - 10th Anniversary Edition.

What we don´t get:
- 70 minutes documentary "The Making of The Day The Earth Stood Still".
- Camera interviews with the producer, director and female lead.
- "Collectors".

But, hey, it´s Region 2 is cheap. Keep the old release or otherwise get the Region 1.


Until I sold it, recently ,I did own this two disc set from Cinema Reserve. It DOES include the 70 min. documentary you mention.
#6
My mistake. Realized it´s the new re-released region 1 that doesn´t have the documentary.

Still, the Region 1 is the best version to get. However, if you are a collector one still needs to buy both the old and new re-released version.
#7
However, if you are a collector one still needs to buy both the old and new re-released version.


I agree. Personally I now have the UK blu-ray and the old R1 single disc dvd release, which I have kept for the 70 min. documentary alone.
#8

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