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Steve McQueen box set - audio??

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Teamscoop, May 30, 2005.

  1. Teamscoop

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    I see this about to be released and features Bullit, Getaway, Tom Horn, Never So Few and The Cincinnati Kid and loads of extras but Bullit is in Dolby 2.0 stereo and the Getaway is in MONO along with The 'Kid and Tom Horn. Never so Few is 5.1. Getaway was made in 1972 - MONO?? Why has the sound not been at least released in STEREO? :lease: :mad:
     
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    It may have not been possible with "The Getaway" (1972) soundtrack to get good stereo audio re-mix, it is possible that is why it released in mono of it's original theatrical release. Most 35mm films before around 1978 were recorded monurally, Dolby gave one of its first demonstration of Dolby Stereo in (1974) on a film called "Stardust". :)
     
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