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Added by n$a (290)

Added on: 10/06/2009

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Mt.Fuji, in Art (English version) [---]

Country  Japan  
Street Date  ???
Publisher  ???
Price  ???

UPC  ???
Category  Documentary

Color  Color
Length  52 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  2
Size  12"
Picture  Hi-Vision 16:9
Ratio  ???
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  ???
Rot status  None reported
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 MUSE Encoding  Analog Tracks  EFM Tracks 
 B-Mode 2.0ch  No data available 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
DPS-506-1X-C
DPS-506-1X-C

 Additional Information by n$a (290)   11/06/2009 

Contains a 15 minutes documentary in English on Mount Fuji and its representations in the history of Japanese art, followed by a collection of stills. Despite the B center label advising program recorded only on the other side, as the mint marks confirm the same program is repeated exactly identical on both sides. Disc labels in Japanese suggest that this English version is targeting the domestic market anyway, possibly for use in a museum or art exhibition.