Dune Ext version thread

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Vladimir Hahrkonnen, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. According to Digitalbits:

    The Dune: Extended Edition will be released in a metal snap case (SRP
    $27.98). 2 versions of the film will be included... a 137-minute theatrical
    version, and the 177-minute extended edition. BOTH will be available in
    2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen (which would mark the first time the extended
    edition was available in widescreen). The theatrical edition will feature
    both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 audio, while the extended edition will be
    Dolby Digital 5.1 only. Extras will include never before seen "behind-the-
    scenes" footage, documentaries on the special effects, visual design and
    costumes, deleted scenes, original photographs and artwork from the set
    (newly resurrected from personal collections) and more. NICE. We are SO
    pumped for this title here at The Bits. We've been waiting a LONG time for
    it.


    I rather liked both versions. I have the "Alan Smithee", extended version
    in VHS. I taped it from the Sci-Fi Channel a few years ago.
     
    Vladimir Hahrkonnen, Feb 14, 2005
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  2. Vladimir Hahrkonnen

    Nick Guest

    Got the Smithee version on a R2 - terrible picture (for a DVD). Still not
    sure whether to buy this new one or not. I've got the R0 of Dune theatrical
    version and that's nice enough really.


    "Vladimir Hahrkonnen" <> wrote in message
    news:Xns95FCE5363A50AGeidiPrime@65.32.5.121...
    >
    > According to Digitalbits:
    >
    > The Dune: Extended Edition will be released in a metal snap case (SRP
    > $27.98). 2 versions of the film will be included... a 137-minute
    > theatrical
    > version, and the 177-minute extended edition. BOTH will be available in
    > 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen (which would mark the first time the extended
    > edition was available in widescreen). The theatrical edition will feature
    > both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 audio, while the extended edition will be
    > Dolby Digital 5.1 only. Extras will include never before seen "behind-the-
    > scenes" footage, documentaries on the special effects, visual design and
    > costumes, deleted scenes, original photographs and artwork from the set
    > (newly resurrected from personal collections) and more. NICE. We are SO
    > pumped for this title here at The Bits. We've been waiting a LONG time for
    > it.
    >
    >
    > I rather liked both versions. I have the "Alan Smithee", extended version
    > in VHS. I taped it from the Sci-Fi Channel a few years ago.
     
    Nick, Feb 14, 2005
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