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Added by cyclograph (5)
Cover by cyclograph (5)

Added on: 19/06/2003
Latest update: 30/06/2003
User updates processed: 2

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GMC Truck & Coach: 1983 Light-Duty Trucks (1982) [GM-302]

Country  USA  
Street Date  ???
Publisher  DiscoVision
Price  ???

UPC  ???
Category  Industrial

Color  Color
Length  60 min.
Sides  2
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  DiscoVision (MCA)

 

   

 Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
05-077A1-1
05-077B1-2

 Additional Information by cyclograph (5)   25/06/2003 

These were made by DiscoVision for GM to be used in staff training, and showroom displays (this title is of the latter variety).

These will play on most consumer players, but were designed to run on the DiscoVision PR-7820 which could process the code on the discs for implementing the interactive menues (which functioned to almost the same complexity as modern DVD).

The layout of the program material on these discs is sometimes apparently chaotic when played straight through. this is because some were mastered with the beginning of the program in the middle of the disc - which would have reduced seek-times when jumping from the main menu to various sections.