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Added by manpen
Cover by ro-disc (116)

Added on: 09/08/2005
Latest update: 11/10/2016
User updates processed: 1

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Bright Angel (1991) [LD 12122]

Country  Australia  
Released  ???
Publisher  Columbia Tri-Star Video
Price  RENTAL

UPC  (none)
Category  Drama

Color  Color
Length  90 min.
Sides  2
Chapter(s)  ???
Size  12"
Picture  ???
Ratio  ???
Plastic  ???
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English Unknown 

 Additional Information by manpen    11/08/2005 

Part of an experiment by Columbia/Tristar to build a rental market for Laserdisc in Australia towards the end of 1991. Many of these discs were later imported into the UK which was undersupplied with titles at the time. The licensing notice on these discs states that they were intended solely for "Australian and New Zealand distribution" and they often have a BBFC sticker recertifying them to UK standard. Some discs did not get imported due to licensing issues - this was one of those discs.

Source: Laser Disc Review issues 44 and 49