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Added by s_s_jadye
Cover by takou (254)

Added on: 08/04/2003
Latest update: 25/05/2015
User updates processed: 3

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Patton (1970) [PILF-2506]

Country  Japan    
Street Date  21/12/1997
Publisher  20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Price  4700 JPY

UPC  4988102411817UPC=4988102411817
I-S-B-N  (none)
Collection  70mm Movies
Category  War

Color  Color
Length  172 min.
Sides  3
Chapters  41
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  2.35:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Gatefold
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Pioneer Japan

   

           

 DOLBY Intro  THX Intro 
 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Left  Analog Right 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles  CC/LD-G #1 
EnglishJapanese
(out of picture)
 English 

 Mint Marks sample 
PILC-2506-A02-P   00531F10
PILC-2506-B01-P   00541F10
PILC-2506-C01-P   00411F10
DD-5A-B74-P       35551F10

 Additional Information by takou (254)   25/05/2015 

French and German dialogues are perfectly transcripted in the LD-G signal. This means you have to understand french and German to really enjoy this copy.