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In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

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  • In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

    The 70th Anniversary screening of Oz in Hi-def. 440 Theaters nationwide.
    The Wizard of Oz 70th Anniversary Hi-Def Event
    Mike



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    Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

    Wow! I've always wanted to see this in theaters and as it turns out, it'll actually be coming to my area for a change!!

    Thanks so much for posting this info!!
    Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban

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      Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

      It would be so nice to see this on the big screen. My mother remembers seeing this first-run at the Orpheum Theatre in LA. They don't make movie theatres like that anyore. Of course it is a live-only theatre now. But thank goodness they didn't tear it down.

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        Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

        i have to see this just to see it in the theatres!

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          Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

          Hmm, closest one is the AMC in Woodland Hills.
          Now, if they could redo the sound -- music, tornado, cackling witch, etc. -- might be something to get my butt off the couch for.

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            Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

            This is coming to my city. I should take my son; he's so into this movie right now.

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              Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

              A very weird promotion.. considering the original film version of the movie is better then Hi-Def resolution

              But seeing it on the big screen sounds interesting, especially it were a restored version.

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                Re: In theaters 9/23 only Wizard Of Oz in hi-def

                Originally posted by flynnibus View Post
                A very weird promotion.. considering the original film version of the movie is better then Hi-Def resolution

                But seeing it on the big screen sounds interesting, especially it were a restored version.
                Blu-ray comes out on Sept. 29th.
                It has been restored, frame by frame and scanned at 8bit res instead of the usual 4 bit. Should be nice.
                Mike


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