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Added by gardener_50
Cover by gandjrarities (1354)

Added on: 21/02/2003
Latest update: 27/05/2005
User updates processed: 1

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Elephant Boy (1937) [LD 90655]

Country  USA  
Street Date  29/09/1993
Publisher  Samuel Goldwyn
Price  34.95 USD

UPC  026359065569UPC=026359065569
Category  Adventure

Color  Black & White
Length  82 min.
Sides  2
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Academy Ratio
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Pioneer USA

 

   

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 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

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58-670A1-01   MADE IN USA   E9050160
58-670B1-01   MADE IN USA   E9050509

 Additional Information by gardener_50    27/05/2005 

From the back cover: "Due to the age of the source materials used in this program, various video and audio anomalies remain. However, it is felt that the historical value of the film warrants the transfer of these programs from tape to the laserdisc format."