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Der blaue Max (Blu-ray)

4.2 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Actors: George Peppard, James Mason, Ursula Andress
  • Format: Import
  • Language: German, English
  • Subtitles: German
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: AscotElite
  • Run Time: 156 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00C25ZAJC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,509 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

German import with original English audio.

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This version has English soundtrack. The picture quality is a bit dissapointing but is better than DVD .Hope that a remastered versionis released one day because I think this is a very good film & deserves better.
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Hi ,
I have waited Years, Years for this CLASSIC Movie to be released on Blu Ray. Yes well its here now ,Hmm .
At this stage I should Declare an interest here , I live just 20 miles from the Bridge they fly the Triplanes under . That bridge is just BELOW Fermoy Town in County Cork Ireland . The base at the End Is Baldonnell Air corps airbase .

Who in this day and age will re make a WW1 Dogfight Movie with Real aircraft ?.
Flyboys , De Rotte Baron , sorry I couldn't stomach them. CGI just cannot make an Aircraft Turn and fly in a real world way for my eye . Of course we don't have the AC to fly them in a current remake , though I have seen 7 Triplanes in formation at an airshow in New Zealand .
My point is , we have a movie here that Deserves the Best , the Very Best Release that can be made .
This is not That Release. Yes we get Better sound and better colour and sometimes sharper images .
What we also get is ALL the , spots , blotches and marks on the negative relayed on screen in Glorious Blu Ray .

Its not a flawless movie , Ursula Undress is not believable, though im sure needed to sell to the non aviation types.
But it is the Best WW1 ARIEL MOVIE we have or ever are likely to get ,

SO PLEASE RESTORE A MASTER COPY AND RELEASE THE ULTIMATE BLUE MAX MOVIE .
IN THIS THE 100th anniversary Year of the start of the Great WAR ,

Please , Make this Great movie , what it should and Can be ,

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Very much Room at the Top with biplanes and battlefields instead of bedsits and boardrooms, The Blue Max follows the progress of Bruno Stachel (George Peppard), a former German infantryman who sees becoming an air ace as a means of climbing out of the trenches and up the social ladder. While aristocratic general James Mason uses him to provide the demoralised working class with a hero of their own and the general's wife (Ursula Andress, modelling a line of gravity-defying towels evidently superglued to her nipples) uses him to pass the time, his desire to win the Blue Max, the highest award Germany can give, to prove that he is as good as his condescending, socially superior comrades sets him at odds with Karl Michael Vogler's squadron commander, who simply wants to fight the war with chivalry, and Jeremy Kemp's famous ace.

This is one of those films that should be great but never quite makes it. Part of the problem is the watering down of Jack D. Hunter's original novel, which saw Stachel and his buddy Hermann go on to form Hitler's Luftwaffe, a more convincing conclusion to the class warfare and erosion of aristocratic values than the (admittedly ruthless) one the film offers in its place. Similarly Jerry's Goldsmith's beautiful and justly celebrated score found itself equally watered down, with many of his most ambitious and powerful cues either left unused or heavily abridged to fit in more plays of his soaring and euphoric main title (more of that later).
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I saw this movie many years ago and recently viewed it on DVD. I enjoyed the movie and the historical accuracy regarding the German Offensive and eventual downfall in 1918. This led me to seeking the movie on Blu Ray that provided another great viewing experience. Despite the movie's age and romanticism it is a keeper for me.
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I have enjoyed this film ever since seeing it in the cinema many years ago.
It's great that it is now available on Blu Ray , so you can view it as it was meant to be seen with great picture and sound .
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