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Added by gardener_50
Cover by joe (97)

Added on: 09/10/2002
Latest update: 24/01/2019
User updates processed: 6

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Where Eagles Dare (1968) [ML100137]

Country  USA  
Released  1988
Publisher  MGM/UA Home Video
Price  39.98 USD

UPC  027616013767UPC=027616013767
I-S-B-N  (none)
Category  War

Color  Color
Length  158 min.
Sides  3
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  2.35:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
Manufactured by  Pioneer USA



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

 Mint Marks sample 
50-303A1-01    60F12026
50-303B1-19    12F11056
50-303-C04-P   30F10858
07-400B4-26    01F12845

 Additional Information by projectionist35    03/12/2015 

Very unsteady vertical picture movement in places. Overall image could be a lot sharper but this may be the fault of the master film elements used for transfer.

 Additional Information by sdraper (1)   24/01/2019 

While there is some occasional movement of the upper letterboxing border the overall transfer is pretty solid. There is some softness in long shots but the overall feature looks very nice on good hardware. It does have cue changeover marks throughout so appears to be a print source and a British one at that because this is the only release to date to feature the original UK/European Intermission and Entr'acte cards with score. The audio is lovely when matrix decoded and has warm natural low bass with the original directional dialogue and panning still intact if a bit hemmed in by the matrixing. I'd assume they either sourced the four track magnetic or six track 70mm master for the audio as the film was released both ways in addition to a mono 35mm general release.