UHF not in Dolby Digital?

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  1. jeff lam

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    I watched UHF last night and noticed it wasn't in DD 5.1, I thought it was since in Ron's review he mentioned something about the use of the surround speakers which I assumed used a descrete channel(not pro-logic).
    Is there another version that includes a 5.1 track or was I just misunderstanding something?
     
  2. Jeff Kleist

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    It's Pro-Logic, not discrete. No 5.1
     
  3. Vince Maskeeper

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    Pro Logic, which is the original theatrical audio format.

    -V

    PS: Dolby Digital is not 5.1. Dolby digital is not 5.1. Dolby Digital is not 5.1. Your topic asks is UHF is in DD, and YES it is: DD 2.0. Please stop using 5.1 and DD interchangeably, as it causes confusion.
     
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    Don't expect a multi-channel re-issue any time. The elements probably don't exist any more, since Orion is long gone. The film tanked at the box office and only got its legs on home video. MGM even underestimated its DVD audience and underpressed this title.

    "SUPPLIES!!"
     
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