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Added by joe (93)
Cover by cedmagic

Added on: 25/09/2006
Latest update: 03/06/2014
User updates processed: 2

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Woodstock (1970) [13110]

Country  USA
Released  1983
Publisher  Warner Home Video
Price  ???

Category  Live Concert

Color  Color
Length  184 min.
Chapters  25
Size  CED Caddy
Picture  Pan & Scan
Ratio  1.33:1
Sides  2
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Manufactured by  RCA (CED)



   

 Sound Encoding  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English Unknown 
 UPC 
76476131104

 Additional Information by cedmagic    03/10/2006 

For more information on CED VideoDiscs, please visit the CED Magic web site.

 Additional Information by johnnyblaze (0)   03/06/2014 

Certain parts of the movie are in letterbox format for the split screen scenes. It makes mention on the back of the disc 2 caddy:

PLEASE NOTE: Woodstock uses split screen techniques throughout the film therefore from time to time there will be a black area at the top and bottom of the screen, and two or more images may appear in the center area. This is a part of the film and does not indicate that there is anything wrong with your television set. This is intentional.