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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Shane Bryant, Sep 25, 2002.
Anyone remember? Off the top of my head, I'd guess Fight Club.
Dances With Wolves DTS came out in Jan of '99. That was the first 2 disc DVD that I remember coming out. I still have it to this day.
Fight Club came after Armageddon CC and A Bug's Life, as well.
Armageddon CC was the first 2disc SE I saw
Armageddon CC was released on April 20th 1999. Like I said before Dances With Wolves is the first 2 disc DVD I remember.
Jonathan, right, but that doesn't really count because the only reason it was 2 discs was because DTS takes up so much room. I'm saying the first one that matches the current form
I know The Abyss came out before Fight Club which was released in June of 2000 if I recall correctly. This was Fox's first two disc. However, Armageddon was the first I remember coming to market. J
Hmm, well, there are 3 different answers I can give to this question. The first DVD I picked up that had more than 1 disc was Brazil CC with 3 discs. The first 2 disc set I bought was the Halloween: Limited Edition that had the extended TV version on disc 2. However, the first 2-disc set that had the movie on the first disc and the special features on the second was The Abyss. It took me 13 months of collecting before I picked up a multi-disc set, and that sure was an event! Nowdays, it seems like every DVD I buy has 2 discs.
i remember the first time i felt cheated after buying a 2 disc set. about 2 weeks ago, reservoir dogs SE. one disc for fullscreen, one disc for widescreen. now thats a jackmove if ive ever fallen for one. CJ
The oldest multi-DVD release in my collection is the From the Earth to the Moon box set, released 10 November 1998. That's not a "2-disc SE" per se, but it does contain a separate disc with extras (in addition to three discs of episodes).
The next multi-disc release I have is The Ten Commandments, released 30 March 1999. It's one film split over two discs -- as opposed to a Special Edition -- but it still has the distinction of being the first DVD release I ever saw in a dual-Alpha case.
After that, the Criterion Brazil and Armageddon, as mentioned by several other posters.
Do flippers count? Enter the Dragon could have been a 2 discer.
I think the first was Patton. That's the first 2-disc DVD that I recall hearing about. Or maybe The Ten Commandments.
The first 2-disc release I remember is Metallica's Cunning Stunts (which at the time made sense since they couldn't make DVD-18s yet.)
Jeff, I was just talking about 2 disc in general. I believe you are right about Armageddon CC being the first 2 disc SE DVD set.