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Although the movie itself was fantastic, there were flaws in the Blu-Ray production. In two instances a severe weather map was displayed along the bottom left side. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Frosty in Omaha
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|Peter Boyle using real voice at end of film!?!||
Just a small correction to "barboid": there is no "classic Lugosi version" of Frankenstein (although Lugosi eventually played the monster in the 4th sequel.) The equipment you mention is from the original 1931 Boris Karloff film.
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|2006 DVD vs. previous "Special Edition"||
The 2006 version is an anamorphic widescreen transfer, the "Special Edition" is letterboxed. Oddly enough, the 2006 version also has more special features, so the "Special Edition" is not even worth your time. A great site to find other DVD specs: www.dvdempire.com.
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