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Added by jiro
Cover by jiro

Added on: 12/06/2005
Latest update: 13/11/2017
User updates processed: 2

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Blade (1998) [1964-136]

Country  Germany  
Released  1999
Publisher  Laser Paradise
Price  ???

UPC  ???
Category  Horror

Color  Color
Length  122 min.
Sides  2
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  2.35:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  Low probability [?]
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Manufactured by  Pioneer Japan



 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
German No subtitle 

 Additional Information by jiro    12/06/2005 

Includes trailer.

One of the last 5 LDs released in Germany.

 Additional Information by hardyangel (3)   13/11/2017 

Some facts about this LaserDisc:

  • The running time of the official German uncut PAL version of Blade is 115.18 minutes, the complete running time of the movie on this Disc is 120.15, exactly matching the NTSC version.
  • Fully dubbed in German except for five times where black bars were used to display German subtitles to translate the vampire language. At this short five times they use also the audio of the original English language track to hear the original vampire voice. The official German PAL version has no subtitle, the movie is completely dubbed in German.
  • German Kinotrailer at the end of side 2. The trailer seems to be taken from a VHS tape.
  • You can hear many very short repeating jumps of the audio.

I'm really sure they used a US NTSC Master and transferred it to PAL. The short repeating jumps from the audio they use to avoid asynchronous audio and the picture. Black bars were used to hide the original English subtitles of the vampire dialogs from the NTSC master.