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Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon No Longer with English...

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Jenz, Mar 2, 2001.

  1. Jenz

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    Those lovely people at ERA the distributors of R3 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon have confirmed that the next batch of CTHD DVDs will NOT have the English Audio track or English Subtitles.

    Free Trade? Who wants it? Columbia Tristar certainly don't.

    If you have not received your R3 CTHD from your supplier you should contact them immediately. If you do have the R3 then we suggest that you enjoy it for it is now something of a rarity. The R1 disc is expected to include a "Making Of" whenever it gets released pending the Oscar situation.


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  2. bradavon

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    I am VERY annoyed about this. What are Columbia TriStar playing at. First RCE now this, you'd think they want our money.

    What a strange way to run a business.

    Do you have an e-mail address or website I can contact them on.
     
  3. bradavon

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    Does anybody know of any Auction Sites where I can pick up a copy (except E Bay).
     
  4. Jenz

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    Bradavon,

    Your best bet is too look for 2nd hand copies in uk.media.dvd newsgroup.

    It is a sorry state of affairs. Columbia wouldn't do anything of the sort if it was a R1 film going to HK.

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  5. bradavon

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    "Your best bet is too look for 2nd hand copies in uk.media.dvd newsgroup."

    Thanks Jenz. I have posted on the newsgroup, fingers crossed.

    "It is a sorry state of affairs. Columbia wouldn't do anything of the sort if it was a R1 film going to HK."

    I know it is disgraceful.
     

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