Get Carter (1971) Limited Edition 4K UHD

RedDevil85

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Links: Amazon.co.uk - BFI Shop - HMV - Zavvi

Release date: 25/07/2022

Newly restored in 4K from the original camera negative by the BFI, and approved by director Mike Hodges, Get Carter is back, and looking and sounding better than ever.
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  • Limited edition 2-disc set
  • 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible)
  • Audio commentary featuring Michael Caine, Mike Hodges and Wolfgang Suschitzky (2009)
  • Newly recorded audio commentary featuring Kim Newman and Barry Forshaw
  • Isolated score by Roy Budd
  • Mike Hodges in Conversation (2022)
  • Johnny Trunk on Roy Budd (2022): the founder of cult label Trunk Records revisits Roy Budd’s iconic score
  • Interview with Petra Markham (2022): newly recorded interview with the actress who recalls her work on Get Carter
  • Interview with Tony Klinger (2022): newly recorded interview with the son of the legendary Michael Klinger, producer of Get Carter
  • The Ship Hotel - Tyne Main (1967, 33 mins): Philip Trevelyan’s wonderful film about a pub on the banks of the River Tyne and the colourful cast of regulars who frequent it
  • International theatrical trailer
  • Michael Caine’s message to premiere attendees (1971, 1 min)
  • 2022 theatrical trailer
  • Script gallery
  • 80-page perfect-bound book featuring new writing by Mark Kermode, Tim Pelan, John Oliver and Jason Wood. Also includes Alex Cox’s original Moviedrome intro, extracts from the original press book, production stills and notes on the restoration by the BFI’s Douglas Weir
  • Double-sided poster featuring the original US one-sheet and original UK quad
  • A set of postcards featuring iconic characters from the film
  • Newly created English subtitles for the Deaf and partial hearing
  • Newly created audio description track
  • All extras are TBC and subject to change
 
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IGC

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What if I were to call the police and tell them there’s a bloke staying in me hotel that’s planning to shoot somebody?

You wouldn’t do that

Why not?

Because I know you wear purple underwear.

And what’s that supposed to mean?

Think about it



British cinema heaven :D
 

paulboland

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Note
The Blu-ray disc included is just extras disc does not include film on Blu-ray in regards to 4K UHD edition

Disc 1 4K UHD (Film)
Disc 2 Blu-ray (Extras)

There is a separate 2 Disc Blu-ray limited edition release for those that need film on Blu-ray
 

IGC

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£24.34 at Rarewaves will do nicely:

 

Samv0808

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£24.34 at Rarewaves will do nicely:

Thanks!

Sorry. I have forgotten what happened with my previous order there. Do they take immediate payment or in despatch?
 

IGC

Distinguished Member
I only use PayPal with them (so immediate) I believe it's the same for credit or debit cards.

From their FAQ:

  • Can I change the card details on an existing order?
As payment is taken immediately upon placing your order, we are unable to change payment details after the fact. If you wish to change the payment details, please cancel your order and place a new order with the correct card details.
 

Samv0808

Distinguished Member
I only use PayPal with them (so immediate) I believe it's the same for credit or debit cards.

From their FAQ:

  • Can I change the card details on an existing order?
As payment is taken immediately upon placing your order, we are unable to change payment details after the fact. If you wish to change the payment details, please cancel your order and place a new order with the correct card details.
Thanks. Appreciated.
 

Swizz

Active Member
I just pre-ordered my copy from -HMV.....

Not alot of people know that.
 

PlexShaw

Well-known Member
Pre-ordered from Amazon. :thumbsup:

Saw the 4K restoration at BFI Southbank a few weeks ago and it looked really impressive to my untrained eyes. Had the bonus of a brief intro/interview from a couple of BFI technical folks and Petra Markham (who plays Doreen in the film).
 

Gazgum

Well-known Member
Not one for tat/steelbooks and would normally wait for reviews and a standard edition, but BFI states “Strictly limited to 10,000 copies”. While that’s a lot and it’s not clear if that’s just the special edition or the disc, I’m not taking the chance of missing this:

Pre-ordered!!
 

Clem_Dye

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There was a limited run of the BFI-restored Night Of The Demo film too. I suspect that the limited run refers to the new release, but like Night Of The Demon there was eventually a cheaper option, without all the guff, which was just the disc set.

Ultimately though, all disc runs are limited. They all eventually go out of print.
 

Gazgum

Well-known Member
Ultimately though, all disc runs are limited. They all eventually go out of print.
Indeed, as with the production runs of most anything, but particularly in a niche market like ours. There are no certainties, hence I’m going for this all time British classic now. Also supporting the likes of the BFI will hopefully keep them doing more for as long as our hobby lasts.
 

dante01

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The only real reason that you got access to this is because the film itself was remastered and released in theatres. I think this instigated it being make available as a UHD disc release.

 
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Clem_Dye

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I missed that. I don't go to cinemas much because they always have the audio levels way too loud for my ears, but I would have ventured to see that on the big screen.
 

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