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Carl Martin
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jaws

  • reels: 7
  • running time: 2:03
  • picture format: scope
  • sound format: mono
print #1 (1997 stock) is a little rough on the eyes. scratches, pretty bad at the right side. countless peculiar "divets" in the emulsion: they could have been homebrew c/o cues except they were all over the screen, all over the print. reel ends quite abraded. 15-25 frames missing from all the tails (assuming the scribed c/o cues were made in the normal place), who knows how much at the heads. it definitely interferes with dialogue at the r1/2 splice. great color though. oh, and i found a flattened insect on the film! [Eek!]

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Manny Knowles
"What are these things and WHY are they BLUE???"

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I'd have to see them to be sure but those divets on the right-hand side could have been sprocket damage from a previous misthread.

Newer prints were struck. My print had quad tracks (SR-D/DTS/SDDS) and was in excellent condition - never been plattered. Sorry I didn't get the print number.

Watch out for Rating Code at head of R-1.

Funny story - As I was inspecting, I saw the color "fading to red" and I nearly panicked...but then I realized it was blood in the water.

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Scott Norwood
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Print #7 is gorgeous. It is a 2006 print from Foto-Kem. It has SRD, DTS (no disks) and SDDS tracks. Condition is excellent. Cues are handmade. It has the MPAA rating at the start of R1 and the "visit Universal Studios" logo at the end.

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Rick Cohen
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Jaws DCP (1975)
Running time is 2:04:00.
Rating is PG.
Aspect ratio is Scope.
Credit Offset is 2:02:31.

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Manny Knowles
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DCP available in two versions -- with 5.1 or 7.1 sound -- combo drive contained both versions.

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