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Added by gardener_50
Cover by thepenguin

Added on: 20/10/2002
Latest update: 26/01/2018
User updates processed: 4

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Quatermass II (1957) [RGL9633]

Country  USA    
Released  18/08/1998
Publisher  ROAN Group
Price  49.95 USD

UPC  785604963363UPC=785604963363
Collection  The Hammer Collection
Category  Sci-Fi

Color  Black & White
Length  85 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  20
Size  12"
Picture  Academy Ratio
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Mitsubishi



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

 Mint Marks sample 
RGL9633   A 01 M   A80G00844
RGL9633   B 03 M   B80G00844

 Additional Information by gardener_50    18/11/2003 

This disc contains:

  • Audio commentary by director Val Guest on analog track 1
  • Audio commentary by writer Nigel Kneale and Marcus Hearn on analog track 2
  • Reproduction of the original pressbook.
  • Film was retitled "The Enemy From Space" for U.S. release

 Additional Information by je280     14/10/2016 

On all the previous releases to this the picture quality was rather poor (earlier VHS video & laserdisc issues) where the image was very dark with the picture not sharp at all. This is a really good transfer, from the rear of the cover: "35mm Fine Grain courtesy of The British Film Institute". The sound quality is also much improved compared to the previous releases.

A black & white insert is included which is a reproduction of the original UK exhibitors campaign pressbook.