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Added by laserking (43)
Cover by laserking (43)

Added on: 28/06/2011
Latest update: 13/06/2018
User updates processed: 1

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Toys (1992) [1992 FF843L]

Country  Hong Kong  
Released  1994
Publisher  Fox Video
Price  ???

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

Color  Color
Length  120 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  2
Size  12"
Picture  Pan & Scan
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
Manufactured by  Kuraray



 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
EnglishChinese (traditional)
(in picture)

 Mint Marks sample 
1992FF843L-A02-K   1L200161
1992FF843L-B03-K   122B0091

 Additional Information by laserking (43)   05/07/2011 

At the beginning of the disc, the name and logo of Golden Harvest Home Entertainment appear on-screen before those of Fox Video, and also appear on the back of the jacket. The speed of the closing credit scroll has been artificially increased on this disc. The credits fly past so quickly that they cannot be read without putting the player into slow motion or freeze frame. Evidently this was done in order to force the film onto a single disc, unlike the U.S. and Japanese releases, which are both spread to a third side.