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Von Stalhein 10-19-2016 04:44 PM

The Last Crusade in 4K?
 
Does anybody know whether there are any plans to release The Last Crusade in 4K?

DoomsdayFAN 10-23-2016 12:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Von Stalhein
Does anybody know whether there are any plans to release The Last Crusade in 4K?


I don't know of any plans, but you can almost certainly count on it happening sometime around when Indy 5 is released.

raiders1 06-12-2017 07:30 PM

Nothing official, but there are some fan 4k preservations going on.

Here is the title frame:





Full 4k frame:

http://imgur.com/PQOnxiE

Color correction and cleanup also needs to be done.

Raiders1

Von Stalhein 12-06-2017 04:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by raiders1
Nothing official, but there are some fan 4k preservations going on.

Here is the title frame:





Full 4k frame:

http://imgur.com/PQOnxiE

Color correction and cleanup also needs to be done.

Raiders1

They cannot be legally released, can they?

Major West 12-08-2017 04:35 AM

Nope, bit of a waste of time to be honest. The studio will bring out 4k versions officially that will be much better quality. The future is 4k so it's inevitable.

In the meanwhile there's nothing wrong with the 1080P version on the blu-rays. If you want the best quality officially available, purchase that.

IndyBuff 12-11-2017 11:32 AM

There will probably be a set in a few years when 4K becomes more common. In the meantime just save your money for all that new stuff you'll have to buy just to watch it.;)

raiders1 12-13-2017 02:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Major West
Nope, bit of a waste of time to be honest. The studio will bring out 4k versions officially that will be much better quality. The future is 4k so it's inevitable.

In the meanwhile there's nothing wrong with the 1080P version on the blu-rays. If you want the best quality officially available, purchase that.


There's no promise of any of that happening. And I wouldn't want a compromised version anyways, since the colors have been altered, along with
some of the scenes throughout the trilogy.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Von Stalhein
They cannot be legally released, can they?


Not really. but that's not going to stop fans from working on it.

There were several 35mm preservations done for the Star Wars trilogy,
and a 4k one in the works. Also, other movies are being worked on
also.

It's just going to take time. If they ever do get released in 4k,
they will probably be new remasters, and not the original theatrical versions
either.

I have more footage of trailers, and some others that I will post at
some point.


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