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Author Topic: Appuntamento in nero / Scandal in Black (Antonio Bonifacio, 1990)  (Read 6336 times)

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I picked up an Italian DVD of this while I was in Italy.  It is uncut but unfortunately does not have an English audio track.  Does anyone have an VHS of this with English audio.  I might consider doing a fan dub of it.

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Stephen Grimes

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Does anyone have an VHS of this with English audio.
I just recieved another copy of the English version in the post this morning after finding my old one had become corrupt.It's from a f/s vhs with Italian credits and a runtime of 1h 24m.
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Will drop you a PM Stephen  :D
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Coming from Mya Communication together with his 1993 film KREOLA on March 30, 2010...
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How does the Italian disc look?  The US disc looks like a 16:9 enhanced VHS copy with little detail and lots of noise.

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I picked up the AVO DVD while I was in Italy last year, it was the only Euro-Cult DVD I could find.  The cover states that the picture is 4x3 when it is in fact 1:85 letterboxed.  It does not look like a VHS convert to me but the picture is quite soft.  Here are some screens:







I would have thought that Mya would have converted this to 16x9 and added an English audio track to it.  I was going to attempt a fan dub of this but Mya's announcement, and a lack of spare time, put me off.
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That seems to be the case.  It looks like a 16:9 enhanced 4:3 version (probably directly from the PAL MPEG2 rather than a master tape) slowed down to film speed.  Are the titles on the Avofilm disc in Italian or did MYA replace them with English titles from a tape source.


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