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Added by gardener_50
Cover by laserdiscvault (88)  

Added on: 21/02/2003
Latest update: 11/02/2005
User updates processed: 1

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Enchantment (1948) [PSE95-65]

Country  USA    
Released  03/10/1995
Publisher  Pioneer Special Editions
Price  29.98 USD

UPC  013023452268UPC=013023452268
Collection  Pioneer Special Edition
Category  Drama

Color  Color and B&W
Length  101 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  25
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



 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles  CC 
English No subtitle  English 

 Mint Marks sample 
54-651A1-02   MADE IN USA   I9120413
54-651B1-01   MADE IN USA   I9110432

 Additional Information by gardener_50    11/02/2005 

An unlisted chapter 25 contains a 14 minute colour/b&w interview with Teresa Wright discussing her Goldwyn career. The black and white feature was transferred to disc from a fine grain master positive using the SuperScan process. "Because of the remarkable resolution, we recommened that the viewer turn to zero the chroma on the monitor in order to preclude the possibility of colour bleeding" This was cinematogapher Gregg Toland's last picture.