Previous DVD and Blu-ray editions ofCasablanca were some of the finest black-and-white test discs around so this transfer of the beloved triple Oscar-winning tale of love-and-intrigue from a new 4K scan should be stunning. It’s accompanied by 14 hours of extras (including two new documentaries), plus an assortment of collectible memorabilia. Here’s looking at it, kid.
Video: 1.33:1. Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio Mono. Extras: Introduction by Lauren Bacall, two commentaries (one by Roger Ebert, one by film historian Rudy Behlmer), A Night at the Movies viewing mode with newsreel a and shorts, “Great Performances: Bacall on Bogart,” deleted scenes and outtakes, “Casablanca: Who Holds Tomorrow?” television episode, Carrotblanca Looney Tunes cartoon, scoring stage sessions, two vintage radio broadcasts, feature-length documentaries (“You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story,” “The Brothers Warner,” “Jack L. Warner: The Last Mogul,”) full-size reproduction of the original 1942 film poster, 62-page production book, four drink coasters; DVD. Studio: Warner Bros.
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