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Nicholas Suchyta
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Technicolor
Flat
No Digital
5 reels
97 Minutes
Rated R

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Aaron Sisemore
Flaming Ribs beat Reeses Peanut Butter Cups any day!

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Universal

Dual Inventory mono/Dolby A

Tech Hollywood lab

Eastman LPP stock

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Michael Coate
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quote:
Dual Inventory mono/Dolby A
Dolby A?

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Aaron Sisemore
Flaming Ribs beat Reeses Peanut Butter Cups any day!

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Yes, Dolby A.

-Aaron

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Michael Coate
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**MODERATORS: My questions are related to the title's print specs, so I do not think this qualifies as chat.**

Aaron,

Curious when you last handled a print of this title? Have newly-struck prints with Dolby been circulating? I ask because I'm under the impression that the original prints were mono.

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Brad Miller
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I have handled a print of this before. It WAS Dolby A.

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Michael Coate
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A few things to explain my questioning....

- No Dolby Stereo notation in the film's credits.

- No Dolby Stereo credit on the film's one-sheets and newspaper ads.

- title not included n Dolby Labs' master "Films in Dolby Stereo" list.

- Video versions (VHS, Beta, LD, first DVD, etc.) have been mono up until the recently released DVD version.

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Jeffry L. Johnson
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I checked some lists that I compiled in the mid 1980's. I initially noted (up to 1986 June) that The Breakfast Club was announced as a Dolby title but was released non-Dolby.

On my 1986 July list I have noted that The Breakfast Club was released in Dolby in Japan.

Unfortunately at the time I was not citing references to the data I collected, so I cannot provide the source of these claims. I'd guess this came from Variety.

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System Notices
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It has been 4825 days since the last post.


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Rick Cohen
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Universal has Breakfast Club available on DCP.

Aspect Ratio = Flat

Running time = 1:36:50

Credit Offset = 1:34:44

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