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Added by filmsleuth
Cover by thepenguin

Added on: 09/10/2002
Latest update: 20/02/2019
User updates processed: 6

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Fletch (1985) [40190]

Country  USA  
Released  01/1986
Publisher  MCA Home Video
Price  24.98 USD

UPC  025192401909UPC=025192401909
I-S-B-N  (none)
Category  Comedy

Color  Color
Length  98 min.
Sides  2
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Open Matte
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  Low probability [?]
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Manufactured by  Pioneer USA

   

   

 Sound Encoding  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles  CC 
English No subtitle  English 

 Mint Marks sample 
96-407A2-13  E7170447
96-407B2-08  E7170397

 Additional Information by graugaarddk (2)   20/02/2019 

Comparing to the Widescreen DVD and Bluray, the Laserdisc is Open Matte, Showing a lot more at the top and bottom. some scenes actually works better in the Open matte version. Classic example from the 80s where the director shot with both Movie cinema and TV in mind.