Last Tango In Paris - Flipper?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by James Miller, Feb 22, 2002.

  1. James Miller

    James Miller Stunt Coordinator

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    I picked up this title today, but don't want to open it until I find out whether this is a flipper or not.

    I have concerns for various reasons... Some of the sites I have gone to indicate that this is a Single Layer, Single Side disc... However, the running time is 129 minutes, so that seems odd. Also, if it IS SS/SL, then it seems equally odd that only the Widescreen version is offered. Most MGM titles released ~1998 have Widescreen on Side A nd P&S on Side B.

    Other sites I have found info on indicate this is RSDL, but most of these sites are overseas. (non Region 1) Also, the few text reviews I've found- again largely overseas- don't really say one way or another. I haven't found any domestic reviews on any of the well known sites. (Digital Bits, DVD File, DVDAngle, DVDAuthority, Big Picture, etc...)

    I would greatly appreciate verification of this info from anyone who owns the R1 version of this title...

    Thanks much!
     
  2. PatrickL

    PatrickL Second Unit

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    I have the R1 and it is NOT a flipper.

    Actually there are quite a lot of MGM titles that do not have any p&s version and this is one of them.
     
  3. rutger_s

    rutger_s Supporting Actor

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    Many DVDs prior to the introduction of DVD-9, compressed a little over two hours on a single layer disc.

    Mary Poppins

    U.S. Marshals

    Lethal Weapon 4

    To name a few.
     

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