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Added by rebelhawk
Cover by joe (92)

Added on: 09/10/2002
Latest update: 17/07/2007
User updates processed: 2

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Train, The (1964) [ML104896]

Country  USA  
Released  14/09/1994
Publisher  MGM/UA Home Video
Price  59.98 USD

UPC  027616489661UPC=027616489661ISBN=0-7928-2456-3
I-S-B-N  0-7928-2456-3
Category  War

Color  Black & White
Length  133 min.
Sides  3
Chapters  37
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  1.66:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Gatefold
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Pioneer USA

 

   

 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Left  Analog Right 
 CommentaryMusical Score
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
53-991A1-01     H1260869
53-991B1-05     H1260769
53-991C1-03     H2010888
07-400B8-55     H2010504

 Additional Information by rebelhawk    29/08/2004 

Includes:

  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Commentary by director John Frankenheimer