Plastic, Aluminium, Glue: The stuff that dreams are made of
v3.2.3 / 2019-10-23 
Active Users - weekly: 618 
monthly: 1254 
Register  |  Login 

Specific Lists

DTS 5.1
Dolby Digital AC3
Anamorphic LDs
MUSE/Hi-Vision

Laser Rot

Laserdisc
VHD (Japan)
CED (USA/UK)
D-VHS (USA)
HD-DVD

Music Artists
Opera Timelines

Top 100
Menu



Search/Advanced
Catalog


Hardware

Resources

 
#LDDB=35755   #IMDB=0082402

IMDb live rating 

History
Collection:6306th (27)   Ask:$5.99
Wishlist:16747th (1)
Shops: 5 copies available
 QtyMinAvgMax
Sealed - - - no history - - -
Mint1--$8.00--
Used - - - no history - - -
 
 

Register now!
You can register anytime to get your (free) Account on LDDb.com. With your Account, you will be able to:
  • Manage your Collection
  • Manage your Wishlist
  • Manage your Rot Reports
  • Remove watermarks on covers
  • Access extra LD pictures
  • Submit new LDs
  • Update existing LDs
  • Track and Buy LDs
  • Open your Shop and Sell
  • Participate in the Forum
  • ... and much more!

Join the LD community,
Click here to register

 
 

Added by laserking (21)
Cover by laserking (21)

Added on: 05/10/2004
Latest update: 19/11/2018
User updates processed: 5

 [Click here for FORUM URL] 

Fort Apache, The Bronx (1981) [VL 6000]

Country  USA  
Street Date  1982
Publisher  Vestron Video
Price  34.95 USD

UPC  (none)
I-S-B-N  (none)
Category  Drama

Color  Color
Length  120 min.
Sides  2
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Open Matte
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
Your ratings
Picture  
Sound  
Package  
Comment  Please login/register!
Manufactured by  * Multiple Sites *

 

   

 Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
Pioneer USA:
95-287-A1-2 5B110546
95-287-B1-8 5B270545

Pioneer Japan:
VL6000-AO1 (hand scratched)
VL6000-B01 (hand scratched)

 Additional Information by ratkins    17/06/2015 

Original release Made in Japan. Time encoded in minutes only. 20th Century Fox logo at beginning of film is hard matted, the rest of the film is open-matte as evidenced by the reel change marks. One of Vestron's premier titles.