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Author Topic: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)  (Read 19357 times)

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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #15 on: 15 Dec 2008 - 11:07 »

I am not familiar with all those fansub projects and the idealistic and legal stuff involved but one could always include both endings so the viewer can choose between the different versions from the menu. One doesn't even need seamless branching - if a tiny pause (as in a chapter switch) is acceptable it should be possible to just apply different override actions to the chaptering of the video stream.

This is exactly what I had in mind...
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #16 on: 15 Feb 2009 - 12:48 »

Thanks to Stephen for this lovely off air DVD-R of the RAIsat screening. I'll convert this to 16:9 and add the English subtitles that are available HERE some time in the next couple of days.






Thanks once again to DjangoLi for the subtitles!  ;)
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #17 on: 15 Feb 2009 - 18:24 »

The image on the DVD-R looks great.  :-X
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #18 on: 05 Oct 2010 - 22:04 »

Thought it might be wise to bump this thread - I just noticed over at the Gentedirispetto forums that there's an official dvd due out any day now:

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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #19 on: 09 Oct 2010 - 17:17 »

Cheers for the heads up mate. My copy of the Rai print has slight picture break up/pixelation so I'll definitely be grabbing a copy.
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #20 on: 08 Jan 2011 - 18:33 »

Does anyone have any idea when the dvd is due out?
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #21 on: 29 Jan 2011 - 20:24 »

Found this little gem earlier today on the Movietime trailer disc and decided to stick it up on Youtube.



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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #22 on: 30 Jan 2011 - 09:56 »

Found this little gem earlier today on the Movietime trailer disc and decided to stick it up on Youtube.


Nice one! Haven't watched that disc for years and didn't even remember it being on there.
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #23 on: 30 Jan 2011 - 10:35 »

Haven't watched that disc for years and didn't even remember it being on there.
I was fairly surprised to see it on there myself,don't know why i didn't notice it when i first got that disc a few years back.
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #24 on: 01 Mar 2011 - 15:43 »

Release date for the Italian dvd on Eagle Pictures is April 27.

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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #25 on: 14 May 2011 - 17:27 »

Release date for the Italian dvd on Eagle Pictures is April 27.

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Picked up the Eagle disc today... No English options at all - or extras.

Contrary to my previous comment (which I posted earlier today...)  the quality isn't that bad at all... Note to self, when assessing the quality of a dvd, try to avoid sitting 2 centimeters away from the television screen when passing judgment :) It's good, and it has been cleaned up quite a bit. I suspect a lot of the grain is a defect of the original film stock and not the transfer.

Not all the way through but I noticed a possible few missing frames (or more...) in the scene where Enrico Maria Salerno is first introduced and he's talking to his staff in the newspaper office.

It's a good disc - and a great film.




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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #26 on: 15 May 2011 - 09:44 »

Thanks for the lowdown on the Eagle disc mate. Despite the cover being a bit shit, I'll definitely be picking this one up, though I'll probably wait until the IIF/01 DVD of Roma, L'Altra Faccia Della Violenza is released in June so I can order them together.
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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #27 on: 26 May 2014 - 19:57 »

A snapshot of the original ending of 'No, Il Caso e Felicemente Risolto', leaving the film ending on a much bleaker note...



This is from the print stored in the national film archive and was deposited there personally by the film's director Vittorio Salerno. It was also screened at the Cinema Trevi in Rome a few weeks ago with Vittorio in attendance for a panel discussion.



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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #28 on: 12 Jun 2015 - 16:14 »

We will release Vittorio Salerno's extraordinary crime-thriller-drama NO, IL CASO E FELICEMENTE RISOLTO (NO, THE CASE IS HAPPILY RESOLVED) from 1973 on Blu-ray and DVD! We'll present the film in Salerno's favored director's cut version which will feature the originally intended ending of which we could even localize the negative. This will be the No. 17 in the Italian Genre Cinema Collection.

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Re: No, il caso è felicemente risolto (Vittorio Salerno, 1973)
« Reply #29 on: 12 Jun 2015 - 17:14 »

This is great news, it's a cracking film  :'(
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