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Added by joshzyber (1)
Cover by etvideo1 and kingpin

Last update: 11/06/2005

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Blade Runner: Director's Cut (1992) [12682]

Country  USA  
Street Date  19/05/1993
Publisher  Warner Home Video
Price  49.98 USD

UPC  085391268260UPC=085391268260ISBN=0-7907-1590-2
I-S-B-N  0-7907-1590-2
Category  Sci-Fi

Color  Color
Length  117 min.
Sides  4
Chapters  36
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  2.35:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  Possible candidate [?]
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Manufactured by  Pioneer USA



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

 Mint Marks sample 
53-254A1-06   E4190820
53-254B1-10   E4202325
53-254C1-05   E4200757
53-254D1-08   E4200757

 Additional Information by joshzyber (1)   21/06/2003 

This is the so-called "Director's Cut" of the film, which subtracts the voiceover narration and stupid happy ending from previous theatrical releases, and adds a brief scene involving a unicorn. However, this version is also missing some of the snippets of violence that the director wanted left in, and it is known that Ridley Scott is not done tinkering with the movie yet.

The disc is presented entirely in CAV format, which is fun for frame-by-frame manipulation of the special effects sequences, but leaves the movie with some terrible side breaks that cut right in the middle of scenes.