Le prisonnier - coffret de la série entièrement restaurée

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Le prisonnier - coffret de la série entièrement restaurée

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=> http://www.resetmag.com/HTML/news.asp?InfoID=12417

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on peut toujours rêver désormais d'une édition HD avec le doublage français. :lol:
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Cela me fait penser qu'il y avait un bug pénible dans les sous-titres du coffret édité par TF1. Parfois, au lieu des dialogues, on pouvait lire : démission ! :roll:
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Post by Le prisonnier »

On croise les doigts très fort pour que ça sorte en France... Je crois bien que Cosmos 1999 est ressorti dans une nouvelle édition remasterisée l'an dernier en Angleterre, et on l'attends toujours de ce côté ci de la Manche...
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Le prisonnier wrote:On croise les doigts très fort pour que ça sorte en France... Je crois bien que Cosmos 1999 est ressorti dans une nouvelle édition remasterisée l'an dernier en Angleterre, et on l'attends toujours de ce côté ci de la Manche...
Zone 2 pour Zone 2, il suffirait qu'il y ait des sous-titres français sur le dvd anglais. Ca me suffirait, même si j'aime bien la VF (Bonjour chez vous !)...
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Post by karadoc »

Prévu chez TF1 Vidéo d'après leur catalogue du second semestre 2007 :

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Il est bien écrit une toute nouvelle édition, reste plus qu'à croiser les doigts pour que le matériel utilisé soit le même que pour l'édition anglaise.
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Post by Le prisonnier »

Déjà sorti, je l'ai vu en magasin. C'est juste un repackaging en boîtiers slim...

http://www.tf1video.fr/fiches/fiche.php ... 249472&p=1
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Mais alors l'édition française n'est pas l'édition remastérisée qui sort bientôt en Angleterre... Il s'agit bien de la précédente... :?
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cinephage wrote:Mais alors l'édition française n'est pas l'édition remastérisée qui sort bientôt en Angleterre... Il s'agit bien de la précédente... :?
qui plus est déjà ancienne (elle date de 2000 ou 2001)
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Les bonus de la nouvelle édition anglaise paraissent atomique.

Il faut choisir : Carraze au village, ou
Don’t Knock Yourself Out
This exclusive, feature-length documentary is the definitive look at the production of The Prisoner, told by those involved in its creation. It includes a combination of archive and newly-filmed interviews with nearly 40 people, including Annette Andre, Bernard Williams, David Tomblin, Derren Nesbitt, Peter Wyngarde, Anton Rodgers, Michael Grade, George Baker and Peter Bowles.

Audio Commentaries
• Audio Commentary on Arrival with Bernie Williams and Tony Sloman
• Audio Commentary on The Chimes of Big Ben with Vincent Tilsley
• Audio Commentary on The Schizoid Man with Pat Jackson
• Audio Commentary on The General with Peter Graham Scott
• Audio Commentary on Dance of the Dead with Bernie Williams, Tony Sloman and John S. Smith
• Audio Commentary on A Change of Mind with Roger Parkes
• Audio Commentary on Fall Out with Eric Mival and Noreen Ackland

Arrival and The Chimes of Big Ben - Original Edits

Long thought only to exist in a low-quality format, the original edit of Arrival is presented here as a brand new digital restoration from the original 35mm film elements, along with a music-only soundtrack featuring Wilfred Josephs’ complete and abandoned score. This version is exclusive to this set. Also included is the previously-available original edit of The Chimes of Big Ben - viewers will note a drop in the technical quality of this episode.

Arrival Original Edit Restoration

A featurette using split-screen to demonstrate the scale of restoration required for this episode.

Trailers

Digitally restored trailers for all seventeen episodes and two generic trailers.

Production Guide

An exclusive book on the making of the series by Andrew Pixley.

Behind-the-Scenes footage

This unique footage, taken on location at Portmerion, shows a number of aspects of behind-the-scenes production, including the only known footage to exist of the original, abandoned Rover prototype. Also includes recently discovered, previously-unseen footage. From the collection of and (c) Steven Ricks.

Production Paperwork Archive

Original scripts for each episode are included on Discs 1-6 and Disc 7 contains some original production documentation, press releases and other memorabilia. The scripts make fascinating reading and include different versions of some shooting scripts, as well as revisions and some unused storylines. This unique collection is sourced from the personal archives of Tony Sloman, Steven Ricks and Simon Coward and is reproduced with their permission and assistance.

Image Archive

Individual galleries of over 1200 stills are featured throughout this set, with episodic ones appearing on Discs 1-6 and Disc 7 featuring generic/PR photos, coverage of the original Press Conference in 1967 and Jack Shampan’s designs. Also included on Disc 6, courtesy of the Steven Ricks collection is a series of Exposure Strips produced originally by the film labs when prepping rushes. As well as showing a number of clapperboards and other key items of interest they also detail the filming of some scenes that aren’t included in the final episodes.

Dolby 5.1 Audio Mix

Each of the seventeen episodes has the option to be listened to in either original Mono or Dolby 5.1 (where the original mono materials have been used to best effect).

Commercial Break Bumpers

Archive Material

Archive Material which includes textless titles with clean themes by Ron Grainer, Wilfred Josephs and Robert Farnon, as well as material from Living in Harmony, Fall Out, Rover, foreign Filing Cabinet title footage and the McGoohan photo montage from Arrival.
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Post by Wall of Voodoo Fan »

davidf wrote:Les bonus de la nouvelle édition anglaise paraissent atomique.

Il faut choisir : Carraze au village, ou
Don’t Knock Yourself Out
This exclusive, feature-length documentary is the definitive look at the production of The Prisoner, told by those involved in its creation. It includes a combination of archive and newly-filmed interviews with nearly 40 people, including Annette Andre, Bernard Williams, David Tomblin, Derren Nesbitt, Peter Wyngarde, Anton Rodgers, Michael Grade, George Baker and Peter Bowles.

Audio Commentaries
• Audio Commentary on Arrival with Bernie Williams and Tony Sloman
• Audio Commentary on The Chimes of Big Ben with Vincent Tilsley
• Audio Commentary on The Schizoid Man with Pat Jackson
• Audio Commentary on The General with Peter Graham Scott
• Audio Commentary on Dance of the Dead with Bernie Williams, Tony Sloman and John S. Smith
• Audio Commentary on A Change of Mind with Roger Parkes
• Audio Commentary on Fall Out with Eric Mival and Noreen Ackland

Arrival and The Chimes of Big Ben - Original Edits

Long thought only to exist in a low-quality format, the original edit of Arrival is presented here as a brand new digital restoration from the original 35mm film elements, along with a music-only soundtrack featuring Wilfred Josephs’ complete and abandoned score. This version is exclusive to this set. Also included is the previously-available original edit of The Chimes of Big Ben - viewers will note a drop in the technical quality of this episode.

Arrival Original Edit Restoration

A featurette using split-screen to demonstrate the scale of restoration required for this episode.

Trailers

Digitally restored trailers for all seventeen episodes and two generic trailers.

Production Guide

An exclusive book on the making of the series by Andrew Pixley.

Behind-the-Scenes footage

This unique footage, taken on location at Portmerion, shows a number of aspects of behind-the-scenes production, including the only known footage to exist of the original, abandoned Rover prototype. Also includes recently discovered, previously-unseen footage. From the collection of and (c) Steven Ricks.

Production Paperwork Archive

Original scripts for each episode are included on Discs 1-6 and Disc 7 contains some original production documentation, press releases and other memorabilia. The scripts make fascinating reading and include different versions of some shooting scripts, as well as revisions and some unused storylines. This unique collection is sourced from the personal archives of Tony Sloman, Steven Ricks and Simon Coward and is reproduced with their permission and assistance.

Image Archive

Individual galleries of over 1200 stills are featured throughout this set, with episodic ones appearing on Discs 1-6 and Disc 7 featuring generic/PR photos, coverage of the original Press Conference in 1967 and Jack Shampan’s designs. Also included on Disc 6, courtesy of the Steven Ricks collection is a series of Exposure Strips produced originally by the film labs when prepping rushes. As well as showing a number of clapperboards and other key items of interest they also detail the filming of some scenes that aren’t included in the final episodes.

Dolby 5.1 Audio Mix

Each of the seventeen episodes has the option to be listened to in either original Mono or Dolby 5.1 (where the original mono materials have been used to best effect).

Commercial Break Bumpers

Archive Material

Archive Material which includes textless titles with clean themes by Ron Grainer, Wilfred Josephs and Robert Farnon, as well as material from Living in Harmony, Fall Out, Rover, foreign Filing Cabinet title footage and the McGoohan photo montage from Arrival.
Dommage, il n'y a pas de sous-titres anglais
Number of Discs: 7
Picture: 4:3 / Colour
Sound: 5.1 / English
Subtitles: None
Region: 2 / PAL
Time: 850 mins approx + extras
http://www.networkdvd.net/product_info. ... cts_id=481
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Post by Frank Bannister »

Le 6e DVD contient de nombreux bonus. C'étais déja le cas pour l'autre édition?
Vous etes-sur que ce nouveau coffret n'est pas la version remasterisée?

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Post by Wall of Voodoo Fan »

Frank Bannister wrote:Le 6e DVD contient de nombreux bonus. C'étais déja le cas pour l'autre édition?
Vous etes-sur que ce nouveau coffret n'est pas la version remasterisée?

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Dans l'ancienne édition, il y avait bien le 6e DVD consacré aux suppléments (notamment le documentaire 'Bonjour Chez Vous', diffusé sur M6 vers 1990).

Pour la remasterisation, je ne sais pas.
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Post by Frank Bannister »

est-ce qu'il existe quelque part un test de l'édition francaise?
Je n'ai rien trouvé sur Dvdrama.
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Post by Mère-Grand »

Je pense que c'est EXACTEMENT la même image que l'édition précédente !
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Post by Super Seb le Bat Coco »

Frank Bannister wrote:est-ce qu'il existe quelque part un test de l'édition francaise?
Je n'ai rien trouvé sur Dvdrama.
de l'ancien ou du nouveau !

bon franchement ça me fait dire que ça ressemble à une sortie annuelle du beaujolais. :|