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 Post subject: Lawrence Of Arabia 1962 Dolby Stereo with changeover dots
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2014, 11:56 
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Lawrence of Arabia #78A (1962) [CC1197L]

General Allenby: "I believe your name will be a household word when you'll have to go to the War Museum to find who Allenby was. You're the most extraordinary man."


Arrived today the classic Lawrence Of Arabia. Dolby Stereo / Lucasfilm Ltd THX Sound System.

I like the pressings smoothness pristine look.



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Reel changeover dot time.

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More reel changeover dots.

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Reel changeover dot

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Wow awesome music roar rumble sub bass as the power of the sun starts to rise over the desert.

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Maurice Jarre score plays nicely on this film.

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"Nothing is written."

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A much earned rest after trekking though the desert.

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Difficult to get capture off CRT on some scenes that are bright the camera picks up the roll bars.

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Reel changeover dot time again

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"I didn't come here to watch a tribal bloodbath."

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A little scratched before reel changeover.

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Changeover dot.

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"It was written then."

Reel changeover with some minor marks before changeover

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 Post subject: Re: Lawrence Of Arabia 1962 Dolby Stereo with changeover dot
PostPosted: 25 Mar 2014, 20:31 
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A very nice copy. I also have the same LD. I haven't watched it yet though.

I do have the CED copy and watched it some time in the past. What is funny is that the CED seems to lack a running time for the film. I could not find any mention of running time on either disc (the movie is on 2 separate CED's). Sometime, I will watch the LD to see how much better it is when compared to the CED copy.
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 Post subject: Re: Lawrence Of Arabia 1962 Dolby Stereo with changeover dot
PostPosted: 28 Apr 2014, 20:27 
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Arrived today the classic Lawrence Of Arabia. Dolby Stereo / Lucasfilm Ltd THX Sound System.


I am confused as to why you mention THX?
  
 
 Post subject: Re: Lawrence Of Arabia 1962 Dolby Stereo with changeover dot
PostPosted: 28 Apr 2014, 20:32 
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 Post subject: Re: Lawrence Of Arabia 1962 Dolby Stereo with changeover dot
PostPosted: 08 May 2014, 02:47 
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thxguru wrote:
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Arrived today the classic Lawrence Of Arabia. Dolby Stereo / Lucasfilm Ltd THX Sound System.


I am confused as to why you mention THX?


I think he has a THX crossover in his system

But I hate to be the one who brags, especially in the light of laserbite34. I was lucky to catch a screening of 'Lawrence' in Christie 4K / Linear PCM / Disney (Lucasfilm) THX Sound System at the AFI Silver #1. Although it's not as good as 70mm, it suited me well.
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 Post subject: Re: Lawrence Of Arabia 1962 Dolby Stereo with changeover dot
PostPosted: 11 May 2014, 23:09 
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I have the Hi-Vision MUSE LaserDisc of Lawrence of Arabia and it has the reel change marks too - while not up to Blu-ray standards, its a beautiful transfer of the restoration with excellent MUSE encoding - it really gives the 'feel' of watching actual film. The 4-channel discrete audio sounds wonderful too although, like most films from that time, the surround track isn't used much - if you want more surrounds you need to switch to the PCM Dolby Stereo track, which should be the same as the Criterion edition since the 2-channel PCM tracks were encoded in the same way (and in the same spectrum) on both regular LaserDisc's and on MUSE discs.
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