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Which Version of MIB...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by John Gido, Jul 6, 2002.

  1. John Gido

    John Gido Second Unit

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    ...not really interested in all of the extras but need OAR, best picture and sound (DD 5.1 as I do not have DTS).

    Thanks.
     
  2. Jeremy Allin

    Jeremy Allin Supporting Actor

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    With your requirements, you could purchase the original 1-disc DD5.1 version. It has less extra features than the new 2-disc Deluxe Version and is probably a bit cheaper too. It may be harder to find now though.
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    The 2-disc Deluxe Version has the same OAR transfer and 5.1 sound as the above version and is readily available.
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  3. Dave H

    Dave H Producer

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    The regular Dolby Digital version can be bought for under $15.00 too.
     
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    Malcolm R Executive Producer

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  5. John Gido

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    Sorry about NOT using the search feature as this was not a title that I was interested in. Just recently re-discovered this film (you know how it is when a sequel is released).
     

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