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Added by admin (293)
Cover by manpen

Added on: 09/10/2002
Latest update: 13/10/2016
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Vengeance is Mine #34 (1979) [CC1134L]

Country  USA    
Street Date  1988
Publisher  Criterion
Price  89.95 USD

UPC  020350012966UPC=020350012966ISBN=0931393736
I-S-B-N  0931393736
Collection  Criterion Collection
Category  Drama

Color  Color
Length  139 min.
Sides  5
Chapters  16
Size  12"
Picture  Open Matte
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Box Set
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Pioneer Japan

 

     

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 Mint Marks sample 
97-197-A03-P
97-197-B02-P
UD-3-B15-P
97-197-D02-P
97-197-E03-P

 Additional Information by reel2reel (61)   13/10/2016 

Although the picture does indeed fill the screen on 4:3 TV's, I believe this is more of an open-matte transfer as opposed to P&S. It seems highly unlikely that Criterion would ever participate in the pan & scanning of a film. They have been known to transfer films open-matte at the request of the director, an example being Brian De Palma's 'Carrie'.