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    Re: The "Incorrect Aspect Ratio" Thread

    Originally posted by hanshotfirst1138 View Post
    A warning to my fellow Star Trek fans: if having the director?s cut of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country in HD at long last seems too good to be true, it is. The director?s cut version is in the wrong aspect ratio. Sigh. I wish I could get my money back, but at least I can warn others.
    If you call customer service, they should refund your money. I have called in for refunds when I purchased movies that were in the wrong aspect ratio. Wrong aspect ratio is a total deal breaker.

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      Re: The "Incorrect Aspect Ratio" Thread

      Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
      If you call customer service, they should refund your money. I have called in for refunds when I purchased movies that were in the wrong aspect ratio. Wrong aspect ratio is a total deal breaker.
      I would think they’ll just tell me to buzz off, especially given the age of the purchase.

      This new Movies Anywhere service is kind of cool. Amazon Prime Instant Video has several titles Vudu has wrong in the correct aspect ratios. The only one that seems to be in the wrong ratio absolutely everywhere is Refn’s Drive.

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        I'm curious to know if The Brides of Dracula original AR of 1.66:1 has been retained, or if it has been cropped to 2:1

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          The Wizard of Oz is cropped to 1.78.

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            Originally posted by hanshotfirst1138 View Post
            Re: The "Incorrect Aspect Ratio" Thread



            I would think they’ll just tell me to buzz off, especially given the age of the purchase.

            s Drive.
            No, they will give you a refund.

            They refunded me when I bought Frankenweenie (the original) and found it was in the wrong aspect ratio.

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              CALIFORNIA SPLIT (1974) starts off in its intended aspect ratio, 2.35 : 1 and then switches and stays at 1.85:1.

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                Strange Magic (OAR: 2.35:1, Vudu: 1.78:1)

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                  STALAG 17 is 16:9. Should be 4:3. Just bought it and it's unwatchable like this.

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                    Meet John Doe (OAR: 1.37:1, Vudu: 1.78:1)

                    And the encode has a horrific audio hiss, as well.

                    https://www.vudu.com/content/movies/...ohn-Doe/266753
                    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0033891/


                    p.s.
                    Originally posted by Todd.Sutton View Post
                    STALAG 17 is 16:9. Should be 4:3. Just bought it and it's unwatchable like this.
                    Thanks for this head-up. I bought both of these the same day, and they've now been refunded.
                    Last edited by plooger; 03-02-2018, 03:38 PM.

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                      Thanks for this. So upset to see Ben-Hur in pan&scan. Got a refund.

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                        FYI Amazon streaming service provides Ben-Hur (1959) in the correct aspect ratio.

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                          Connect VUDU to Movies Anywhere.
                          Most of the movies that have Ratio problems are the correct ratio on the Movies Anywhere app.

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                            There is no excuse for INDIANA JONES movies to have the wrong screen ratio.... That should have been fixed years ago....

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                              Originally posted by Allensfilm View Post
                              There is no excuse for INDIANA JONES movies to have the wrong screen ratio.... That should have been fixed years ago....
                              These were already fixed. It took Vudu over 5 years, but they're OK now.

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                                Originally posted by Latebloomer60 View Post
                                Thanks for this. So upset to see Ben-Hur in pan&scan. Got a refund.
                                Originally posted by Latebloomer60 View Post
                                FYI Amazon streaming service provides Ben-Hur (1959) in the correct aspect ratio.
                                Originally posted by Allensfilm View Post
                                Connect VUDU to Movies Anywhere.
                                Most of the movies that have Ratio problems are the correct ratio on the Movies Anywhere app.
                                This is a crime. Best Picture, Director, Actor, Editing, Set Design, AND Cinematography (for the 70mm Cinemascope!) and we can't watch it on Vudu, we have to go to one of their competitors to view this as it was intended. Please Vudu, you are getting buried by the market and you can't even fix things that have been broken for a decade. I don't want to see you go the way of Flixster, M-Go & CinemaNow.

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