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Added by joe (96)
Cover by joe (96)

Added on: 27/02/2021
Latest update: 05/10/2021
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Philips: A Slice of Reality (1982) [---]

Country  Netherlands  
Released  1982
Publisher  Philips
Price  PROMOTIONAL ITEM

UPC  (none)
Category  Demo Disc

Color  Color
Length  ???
Side  1
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  PDO UK

 

   

 Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
Dutch No subtitle 

 Additional Information by joe (96)   04/10/2021 - Last update: 05/10/2021 

Could this be the same contents as A Slice of Reality [---]? Can anyone confirm?

This Demo disc starts with a spiral swirl decreasing in size, then the titles: Philips presents; A Slice of Reality; Story by Bert Kroon & Per Lygum; Direction and Design by Per Lygum; Production Bert Kroon & John Van Der Meulen; Toonder Studios.

The disc contains an animation with various characters, beginning with a caveman swinging and throwing an axe in the air, which falls and turns into a LaserVision disc. A Philips VLP600/700 is featured prominently throughout.

Side A 21003 frames. Side B is a mirror. My copy is in a blank white cover with the inner sleeve stating 'MADE IN ENGLAND', as used on early PDO discs.