Airport: The Complete Collection

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  1. baggio

    baggio Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I wasn't sure if this fits here or not. They are considered thrillers in a sense.

    Universal Studios is releasing:

    Airport: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray

    Releases June 16, 2016 - $ 34.99

    It includes Airport , Airport ‘75, Airport ‘77, and The Concorde: Airport ‘79. - 4 Discs
     
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    There was no Airport ‘76.
    But I see that the 1970 movie isn't mentioned, so I guess they got the info wrong, and Airport ‘76 is actually Airport (1970).
     
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    You're 100% right, I posted it incorrectly, my fault. Thanks, I'll change my post.
     
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    No problems :)
    Haven't seen these in about 15 years or so, so looking forward to this set.
     
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    I used to watch these with my dad as a kid YES!!
     
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    Saw them all in the theater except '79 which I have never seen.
     
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    75 was the first movie I ever saw in a theater that wasn't made for kids.

    Ya didn't miss much with 79. It was so cheesy, it played more like a parody a la Airplane!
     
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    Now we need this. :D

     
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    I'm just going to hang onto my DVDs. They're a lot of fun but not worth an upgrade.
     
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    I remember there were discussions about problems with the aspect ratio of Airport '75 in the old DVD set. Not sure if it was ever corrected for DVD but hopefully they will address it for the new Bluray.
     
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    Amazon & Best Buy has this pre-order at $24.99
     
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    Damn, I wish we could get the extended version of Airport '77. That's always been my favorite but has never been released in the extended TV version they used to show as a 2 part movie back in the good old days.
     

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