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FANTASTIC! I hadn't seen this movie in 30+ years, and this DVD includes the footage previously thought to be lost. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Gordon M. Wagner
a blast from the 20s/80s, this was a taste of 80s nostalgia for me, I had not seen it since 1984. this DVD has the advantage of better video quality than the VHS tape I last viewed... Read morePublished 1 day ago by theatre organ afficionado
I have seen this movie dozens of times over the years. I've owned it several times on VHS and DVD in bad releases of bad prints. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Alabaster Jones
Nothing needs to be said about this masterpiece, it's already been said countless times before. KINO is the masters that bring cinema to Blu-ray. Read morePublished 21 days ago by A Bucket of Corn
This film provided ideas and the format for many of the science fiction movies which came after.Published 22 days ago by W. Faust
Expected a clean,crisp new version.
I was used to theJapanese version.
In these modern times there should ways to clean up old films like these. Read more
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|Dear Amazon: Please Fix Reviews Database||
You hit the nail on the head. I get so tired of reading a review and then finding out it was for a VHS version or some other DVD version that was released a few years ago, and not the most current edition I'm the most interested in. And this is not only for 'Metropolis', but for ANY movie/TV show... Read More
Dec 26, 2010 by II2None59 | See all 5 posts
|The "Metropolis" version shown on PBS||
Sorry I added the same question but didn't know the version I am looking for was the one you mentioned in an earlier post---the PBS broadcast---maybe the Giorgio Moroder version is the one I am thinking of. Is that available, do you know?
Sep 2, 2007 by William G. Collins | See all 17 posts
The Kino Complete Metropolis has the most footage by over a half an hour of recently discovered film in Buenos Aries. The thing about silent films is they are sometimes run at different speeds. Thus the longer running time. The Kino "Complete Metropolis" is the definitive version to... Read More
Jul 28, 2013 by Shawn Steinbach | See all 2 posts
|The "rock" music version?||
No. You're looking for the Giorgio Moroder Version. (Only on VHS) legally.
Sep 4, 2007 by James Wyatt | See all 13 posts
|Metropolis Footage Discovered||
Greetings! Like you I am a fan of "Metropolis." I have two versions: an older cut-up movie (1927) put out on DVD by the Canadian company St. Clair Entertainment Group Inc.; and a late '90's "remaster" that purports to be the most original version. Apparently the original movie... Read More
Jul 15, 2008 by B. A. Dilger | See all 17 posts
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