Terminator SE: DVD-18 only?

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  1. Tom-G

    Tom-G Screenwriter

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    Is The Terminator available in both DVD-9 and DVD-18 like Terminator 2?
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    As for the bad rap about the characters--hey, I've seen space operas that put their emphasis on human personalities and relationships. They're called "Star Trek" movies. Give me transparent underwater cities and vast hollow senatorial spheres any day. --Roger Ebert on The Phantom Menace
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  2. Britton

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    Neither, it's only available as a DVD-14. The movie side is dual-layered, the extras side is single-layer.
     
  3. Tom-G

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    Ah, thank you for the information, Britton!
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    As for the bad rap about the characters--hey, I've seen space operas that put their emphasis on human personalities and relationships. They're called "Star Trek" movies. Give me transparent underwater cities and vast hollow senatorial spheres any day. --Roger Ebert on The Phantom Menace
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    Who knows what will happen a few months down the line? Like T2:UE was only available in DVD-18 at first before they changed it to 2 DVD-9s.
     
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    LOL! Britton is correct. I was about to protest that the side labeled as the Special Features is the one with the golden tone. Then I realized how stupid I was being! The label ring is supposed to be on TOP when the disc is in the drive, so it is denoting what is on the BOTTOM for the laser to read. So each label reflects what content is on the opposite side. I knew this from all the flippers and DVD-18's I have, but I've just never had to think about it before in terms of "which side is RSDL"? [​IMG]
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