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Rubrique consacrée aux DVD de films tournés avant 1980.

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le site "loving the classics"

Messagepar everhard » 27 févr. 11, 17:53

je suis tombée sur ce site et je me demandais si certains d'entre vous le connaisse.
sont-ils sérieux et comment sont les dvd?
j'attends votre avis avant de me lancer dans une commande :fiou:

voici leur présentation :
All titles on this site are considered to be in the public domain in accordance with the terms of the Berne Convention. We are collectors, not retailers, and we offer this service to help classic movie fans build their collections. Fees cover cost of materials, film transfer times, postage and handling. We are NOT selling the movies, but we charge for our time to transfer the films, package them and send them to you. However, costs do vary based on the rarity of the movies. We do not knowingly provide copies of films that are commercially available. These movies are for private collectors and are not to be re-sold by dealers. No rights are given or implied.

Most of the films available on this site have fallen into the public domain and do not infringe on any intellectual property rights. Other films are under the copyright of their respective owners. Movies are sold on a collector to collector basis, no rights are given or implied. If you believe a movie(s) offered on this site infringes upon an existing copyright please contact us with proof of ownership and we will remove the movie IMMEDIATELY.

Products and prices are subject to change without notice. We, or our Content suppliers may make improvements or changes to our Web Site, the Content, or to any of the Goods and Services, at any time and without advance notice. You are advised that Web Content may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors.

Our Web Site may contain links to other Internet web sites. We have neither power nor control over any such web site. You acknowledge and agree that we shall not be liable in any way for the Content of any such linked web site, nor for any loss or damage arising from your use of any such web site. We
are not liable in any circumstances for special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, loss of data or loss or revenues or profits, whether in an action or contract, negligence or otherwise, arising out of or in connection with your use of Our Web Site.

LovingtheClassics.com is not responsible for any damages done to VCRs, DVD players, TVs or other electronic equipment that may occur during playback of movies purchased from our site.

What is LovingtheClassics.com?

Loving the Classics (LTC) is a place dedicated to the love of classic movies. We have over
5,000 titles in our catalog. Everything from early silents to 70s cult films, we have it, and if we don’t we’ll try to get it.

Is there any packaging or artwork with your titles?

All movies come in cases with artwork, but the artwork displayed on our site may differ from the actual product.

Why don’t you have ...?


We only offer classic movies (pre-1980) that have not been commercially released and are in the public domain. We only sell public domain movies. Due
to the rarity of these movies please forgive any minor natural imperfections in the films themselves.

What is public domain?


A work has entered public domain because either the copyright has not been applied for or it has expired. Anything that is not protected under the copyright law can include works published between 1928 and under certain circumstances works published up to 1978. Re-published and re-packaged public domain information or creative works are not illegal. The reason is that because the work has fallen into the public domain there are no royalties to pay on the work.

Do you ship internationally?


Yes, we ship anywhere in the world.

How much is shipping?


Shipping costs vary depending on the number of titles ordered. You can preview shipping costs when you add items to the shopping cart.

Will your discs play in my DVD player?


These DVDs will play in virtually all newer DVD players.

What is your refund policy?
Please refer to our LTC Guarantee

We reserve the right to refuse service and/or cancel any orders for any reason at our discretion.

How long will it take to ship my titles?


In-stock items ship within 7 business days. If any of your titles are out of stock we will notify you. Items on back order may not be available for shipment for 2-6 weeks.

How is the quality of your movies?

Most of our prints are good and we try to offer the best prints available. We are in the process of grading the quality of all our movies, but it will be some time before this project is complete. If you have
questions about specific titles please contact us.

Do you offer discounts for large orders?


Yes. Please contact us and let us know which titles you’re interested in. Discounts are largely dependent on the availability of the movies.

How do I contact you?


Contact us via email

What kind of payments do you accept?


We accept all major credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover. through our secure shopping cart. We can also send Google checkout invoices upon request. We do NOT accept Paypal due to their terrible reputation!

Is your website secure?


Our shopping cart and payment processing is secured by our merchant processor. This ensures that all information you send to us will be encrypted.

Can I mail in my payment?


In order to process your order as quickly as possible we only accept online payments at this time.

What is your privacy policy?

LTC does not sell or trade your private information. Your email address is only used to send you information about our products and services and you can opt out of this at any time. View the full details of our privacy policy here.
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Re: le site "loving the classics"

Messagepar Joe Gillis » 27 févr. 11, 20:57

Bonjour,

Je lui ai commandé deux films via sa boutique ebay. Reçus assez rapidement, il s'agit naturellement de DVD-R. Ils arrivent dans des boitiers avec jaquettes faites maison mais tout à fait correctes.
Sur les deux films, un ne marche pas, il présente un défaut et est illisible sur un lecteur ou un ordi... J'ai contacté le type; il m'a répondu relativement rapidement et m'a signalé qu'il allait vérifié son master et me renvoyer un nouveau DVD... ça fait un mois que je l'attends! Aujourd'hui, je viens de constater qu'il ne proposait plus aucun film dans sa boutique (...). Cela dit, ses évaluations restaient correctes, je n'ai peut être pas eu de chance...

En ce qui concerne l'autre film, c'est une copie de VHS avec une qualité très médiocre, mais restant regardable, je ne m'attendais pas à mieux de toute façon. Les vendeurs de DVD-R semblent se multiplier sur ebay: la qualité est souvent limite, mais l'avantage est qu'ils proposent des films souvent invisibles par ailleurs. Ils sont souvent bon marchés. Et bien sûr, c'est de la VO non sous-titrée pour tous. En revanche, je ne sais pas du tout si c'est très légal et si les films sont tous dans le domaine public.

A toi de voir, mais reconnaissons que pour le moment, ce n'est pas très concluant comme affaire!

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Re: le site "loving the classics"

Messagepar everhard » 27 févr. 11, 21:23

merci pour ta réponse :)
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Re: le site "loving the classics"

Messagepar Joe Gillis » 1 mars 11, 23:28

Petite précision, je viens de recevoir aujourd'hui le DVD attendu en échange de celui qui était défectueux. Rendons donc à César ce qui lui appartient: le DVD marche parfaitement, et le vendeur est honnête!
En revanche, les copies ne sont vraiment pas terribles, mais c'était attendu...
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Re: le site "loving the classics"

Messagepar everhard » 3 mars 11, 20:32

merci pour l'info :)
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