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Added by laseraddict
Cover by joe (92)

Added on: 21/02/2003
Latest update: 05/09/2013
User updates processed: 3

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Formula One: Phoenix & Brazilian Grand Prix (1991) [BMG800576]

Country  USA  
Released  11/05/1993
Publisher  Image Entertainment
Price  34.98 USD

UPC  723338005867UPC=723338005867
Category  Sports

Color  Color
Length  120 min.
Sides  2
Chapter(s)  ???
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  DADC USA

 

   

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 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

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 Additional Information by joe (92)   31/10/2007 

Race commentary by Murray Walker, the voice of Grand Prix in the 80's.

 Additional Information by je280    05/09/2013 

Originally released by BMG VIDEO on VHS very shortly after each Grand Prix throughout the 1991 season (60 minutes running time on each tape). Released on laserdisc in the US with two races per disc & the intention was to cover the complete season. Only two discs were released covering four races in total.

Releasing these more than two years after the races were run was perhaps not the best idea as F-1 does not have a wide following in the US. Sales were very poor when they were eventually released. They were due to be pressed two discs at a time with the release dates two or three months apart but given the lack of interest from dealers/retailers (advance orders were almost nil) no further discs were issued. The other disc is [BMG800586] San Marino & Monaco. Released in Japan on laserdisc by BMG Victor Inc. One race per disc (the Brazilian GP is on [BVLX-114]) but not all the seasons races were released.