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Added by manpen
Cover by kingpin

Added on: 13/08/2004
Latest update: 17/09/2015
User updates processed: 3

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Boot, Das (1981) [64037]

Country  Germany  
Released  1994
Publisher  EuroVideo
Price  ???

UPC  4012050640378UPC=4012050640378
Category  War

Color  Color
Length  143 min.
Sides  3
Chapter(s)  ???
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  1.66:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Gatefold
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  WEA Germany



 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
German No subtitle 

 Additional Information by joey2064 (1)     22/03/2015 

The sound on both discs has hum in the output, in addition to being about one second out of sync! The picture has been cropped on both sides so that screen credits at the beginning of the film are slightly cut off. This version opens with brilliant blue water instead of murky green during the opening title. This laserdisc uses the same video source that was used to create the Philips cd-i video cd from 1991, although minus the hum and the audio sync problem. This laerdisc is a real disaster and should be avoided at all cost!