Exit to Eden: 4:3 or P/S

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  1. David Susilo

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    On one of the thread, it says P/S, on the box it says 4:3

    now I'm confused
     
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    Exit To Eden's new DVD release is not OAR.
     
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    What year did it come out in? If it came out around 1953-1959, it's probably one of those films that was produced at 1.33:1, but could be shown at 1.66:1.
     
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    Jeffrey: Exit To Eden was released in 1994.
     
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    I think he was asking if it's pan-and-scan or open matte.
     
  7. David Susilo

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    Yep, 4:3 can be P/S, open matte, and full-frame

    Thank you for the replies, I'm returning the movie tomorrow.
     

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