New Releases: Re-releases Saving Pvt Ryan D-Day anniversary: Updated complete downladable R1 DVD DB

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    Dreamworks is remembering the 60th anniversary of D-Day with a special
    edition of Saving Private Ryan. Due out on May 25th it will feature both
    Dolby 5.1 and DTS audio with anamorphic video. The extras include
    Introduction by Spielberg;
    Looking Into The Past;
    Miller & His Platoon;
    Boot Camp;
    Re-Creating Omaha Beach;
    Music & Sound;
    Parting Words.
    The list price is $26.99.

    Also on that date from Dreamworks are two documentaries about World War Two
    and D-Day. Price For Peace and Shooting War will both retail for $19.99
    each. They also have a special collector's edition for $49.99: World War II
    Collection: D-Day 60th Anniversary Saving Private Ryan / Price For Peace /
    Shooting War.

    If you are interested in expanding your ethnic cooking skills Tapeworm has
    set for release on March 30th:
    Eazy Cookin: Delicious Pastas,
    Eazy Cookin: Familiar Mexican Dishes,
    Eazy Cookin: Favorite Asian Dishes.
    Each lists for $14.95.

    June 16th brings some releases from BBC Home Video. Included are
    Thin Blue Line ($39.98),
    Last Of The Summer Wine ($39.98),
    To The Manor Born: The Complete Series ($79.98).

    Naxos has announced for release on March 16th something for opera fans.
    Cecilia Bartoli: Sings Mozart & Haydn,
    Donizetti: Lucie De Lammermoor,
    Minkus: La Bayadere,
    Minkus: Paquita,
    Strauss II: Die Fledermaus,
    Verdi: Simon Boccanegra.
    Each will retail for $29.95.

    Columbia/Tri-Star has a few titles for release on May 5th. Most are Dolby
    5.1 and all are listed as anamorphic video. Each will list for $24.95.
    Loverboy (1989) (Dolby Mono),
    Missing Gun,
    Triplets of Belleville.

    On March 3rd Direct Source will release:
    Crime Boss,
    Death Of A Prophet,
    Full Throttle Box,
    Inside Man,
    Wes Craven's Chiller,
    Sci-Fi Four Disc Box Set,
    Thriller Four Disc Box Set,
    Western Four Disc Box Set.

    Listed as discontinued:
    Robocop 2 (Image),
    Robocop 3 (Image),
    Moulin Rouge (2001/ 2-Disc Special Edition/ English/ Spanish Version),
    Moulin Rouge (2001/ 2-Disc Special Edition/ English/ French Version),
    Ultimate 3-D Horror Classics: The Little Shop Of Horrors / Night Of The
    Living Dead / Seven Doors Of Death (Slingshot).
    As with all discontinued titles please check the rescheduled list for any
    possible re-issues.

    Stop by for a complete downloadable information list of all region one DVDs
    in several formats as well as daily changes. The official list now features
    39,534 titles with 447 additions or changes and 334 Pre-Release
    announcements. The All Titles list has 39,868 titles. Recent releases
    include: Last Week 229, This Week 379 and Next Week 249 titles.

    Previews of 21 Grams, Mona Lisa Smile, Gothika, Final Countdown and Texas
    Chainsaw Massacre (2003). Recent reviews include Lost in Translation,
    Thirteen, Wonderland, Underworld, Seabiscuit, Family Business, Cabin Fever
    and In the Cut. Classic reviews include 12 Angry Men, Texas Chainsaw
    Massacre (1974) Bedford Incident and Them. Coming titles listed before all
    the specs are in can be found in a new list,
    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/pre-releases.htm

    Updated lists for discontinued, cancelled, postponed and rescheduled titles
    as well as lists for DTS, ES/EX and Superbit titles. UPC numbers and
    original release dates now being added to the database. There is also a
    greatly expanded list of titles that were rescheduled or reissued. Search
    function for the database, (now including UPC search) complements of site
    partner and friend, Michael's Movie Mayhem http://www.dvdlist.kazart.com and
    DVDLister.

    Updates to the DVD database, including release specs usually made twice
    daily.

    Please stop by and visit.
    Thank you.

    Doug MacLean
    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/
    Doug MacLean, Feb 28, 2004
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