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This is a wonderful addition to anyone's collection of period movies….added footage but with all the same fun the original movie had.Published 4 days ago by David Riddles
Mad,Mad, Mad about this movie,finally happy to get the long missing extended version and in Blu-ray no less. Great bargain.Published 8 days ago by Anthony Garcia
Excellent! Finally a release with more than what the LaserDisc set (and previous DVD set) had to offer! Read morePublished 10 days ago by Steven Matarazzo
This film originally was released as a Cinerama film. It was not. It was shot in large format widescreen. What is the difference? Read morePublished 13 days ago by Ronald B. Moore
One of my favorites of all time the line up of comedians will never be matched.Published 26 days ago by Robert Blum
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|"Something A Little Less Serious"||
I can't figure why it's missing either. Unfortunately, my earlier DVD didn't have it, either. It was the right box (blue spine vs. yellow) but someone pulled a switcheroo and put in the plain DVD before I got it.
Jun 22, 2014 by B Bailey | See all 6 posts
|Extended version using 4K transfer?||
The extended version has footage in various degrees of quality due to the condition of excised and later found image and audio. The extended version was only seen for about a month in late 1963 and afterward the film was trimmed.
The theatrical version is pristine with a much fuller surround... Read More
Feb 8, 2014 by Dee Zee | See all 8 posts
|extended version on the DVD disc?||
Yes, everything on the Blurays are included on the DVDs.
Feb 8, 2014 by Dee Zee | See all 2 posts
|Is it the complete film?||
This set contains everything that still exists. Some of the footage may have been destroyed.
Jan 15, 2014 by Galley | See all 2 posts
|It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World Criterion Blu-Ray||
No, I don't think so. Weren't the curtains over the movie screen closed during intermission? If so, I imagine they remained closed during the entr'acte music, which signaled people to get back to their seats after the intermission, and didn't open until the second part of the film actually... Read More
Jan 22, 2014 by octobercountry | See all 5 posts
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