Taxi Driver LD Criterion CLV vs. CAV

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  1. JJR512

    JJR512 Supporting Actor

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    Other than the inherent difference between CAV and CLV, are there any differences between the Criterion releases of Taxi Driver, #109 (CAV) and #109A (CLV)? I mean, more or less, or different, content, on one or the other. What comes on both LDs, and how do they compare to the DVD; does the DVD have any of the same content as either LD, or what is it missing?
     
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    CAV: isolated score, commentary by Martin Scorsese and Paul Schrader, complete storyboards, production and publicity photos, an early draft of Paul Schrader's script, and an essay about the creation of Bernard Hermann's score.

    CLV: isolated score.

    SE DVD: documentary, screenplay, photos, storyboards, and script.

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    Get the CAV, it's worth it for the Scorsese commentary. I've got it (and the DVD) and the LD is great.

    Raging bull CAV also hass a great scorsese commentary, and the criterion Last Temptation of Christ (available on DVD).

    Bob
     

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