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Captain

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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #15 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 08:06 »

Cannibal Holocaust, couple of special editions, some standards and the old Belgian IVC tape.
A couple of versions, 4 I think of Hell Of The Living Dead both DVD and Tape
The Exterminator, 3 different Tapes and the kick ass Danish Dvd
Last House On The Left About 4 tapes, including the old Empire rental and about 3 dvds
Texas Chainsaw 2, 3 tapes and 2 dvds
DAwn Of The Dead...not sure how many tapes about 6 or 7, About the same amount of DVDs, records, posters, lobby cards, press kits, shirts, tattoo...I like this movie.
Also some different Suspiria releases, Zombie Flesheaters, Cannibal Ferox...
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vigilanteforce

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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #16 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 09:28 »

The Exterminator, 3 different Tapes and the kick ass Danish Dvd

Is this uncut & widescreen? If yes, I would be really interested in it.

I am also into collecting different releases of films that I really like. Mario Siciliano's ROLF/THE LAST MERCENARY- I have 4 different Greek VHS releases of it plus a UK VHS. Now after the Italian one. Or any others. Also used to collect anything related to Lenzi's EATEN ALIVE but I have only kept the legendary Greek tape and the Shriek Show disc and the posters. Got rid of the rest.
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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #17 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 09:44 »

I have two versions of THE EXTERMINATOR, the OOP Anchor Bay US DVD and the Danish DVD.  Both are fully uncut and utilise the same master.  The Danish DVD can be picked up online for quite a reasonable price.

If I had the money I would love to finance a release of Glickenhaus' full edit of the film containing an extra 20 minutes.  I really love this film.
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Captain

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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #18 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 12:43 »



Yep, widescreen and uncut. Send me a message.


What about that extra 20 minutes? Please fill me in...I'm a nut for this movie (and it's sequel).
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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #19 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 13:04 »

That is about as much as I know Captain.  Glickenhaus has often commented in interviews that there is between 20 and 30 minutes edited out of the film and that the Anchor Bay release was actually his intended directors cut.  As to what this footage is I have no idea but the prospect of a two-hour EXTERMINATOR is very cool but I guess it will never see the light of day.  It is one of my favourite films of all time without a doubt.
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Captain

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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #20 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 19:04 »

It's weird, I did found a dvd of THE SOLDIER here in Belgium that has some extras. When exterminator was much better known, and still is we never see something extra about this one.
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Stephen Grimes

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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #21 on: 03 Nov 2007 - 19:07 »

.Also used to collect anything related to Lenzi's EATEN ALIVE but I have only kept the legendary Greek tape and the Shriek Show disc and the posters. Got rid of the rest.
Did you ever have the Italian NoShame disc(as Mangiati vivi) Lefteris?
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vigilanteforce

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Re: Collecting Different Versions Of The Same Film
« Reply #22 on: 04 Nov 2007 - 12:51 »

Stephen, no, that came out long after my obsession had stopped  :-\ Used to have a beautiful-looking letterboxed tape of the movie on the Italian Lamberto Forni label though. Shouldn't have got rid of it.
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