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Blaine Young
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Paramount (Domestic)
10 Reels
Scope 2.35
SR / SRD / DTS / SDDS-6
Run Time: 197min
Deluxe
Attached: Hard Rain

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Blaine Young
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International Version - Same as Domestic with the following exceptions:

Twentieth Century Fox
SR/SRD/DTS

Attached: None

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Bill Gabel
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Also available at one time 70MM DTS prints.

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Blaine Young
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2 sets of DTS disc for this feature: 1 for Domestic (Paramount) one for International (Fox). Only difference is the International set omits the "Hard Rain" trailer, and the audio for R1 is replaced with R13 (for the Fox opening). All other reels are the same.

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Monte L Fullmer
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..and one of the last films handled be Nat'l Film Service before they went bankrupt and all of the acct's were gobbled up by ETS.

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It has been 1587 days since the last post.


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John Wilson
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DCP 3D version:

2.35:1

5.1 Audio

335.1 GB

First credit offset: 03:09:00 (Unverified)

Total running time: 03:14:42

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John Wilson
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Perhaps a mod can remove the '35mm' from the topic head on this one now?

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Monte L Fullmer
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Titanic 3D/2D US Combo

Image size: 2048x858 2.39:1 (scope)

Run time: 3:14:42
Credits Offset: 3:07:08

DCP size:

3D: 334GB
2D: 202GB

Titanic 3D AD XBrite

DCP size: 3D: 338GB

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Manny Knowles
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Is Australia doing 2.35 instead of 2.39 for scope DCPs?

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Blaine Young
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Is this being offered in 1.85 as well as 2.39? The IMAX 3D version appeared full screen to my eye.

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Victor Liorentas
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In Imax and Liemax the super 35 frame is being opened up taller but not in regular 3d. At least not in any RealD presentations that I know of...

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John Wilson
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Manny, I doubt it...but that's what the ID says.

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Chad Palmer
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Can anyone clarify for me whether 35mm prints were allowed of the 2012 Titanic 2D/3D Combo re-release at all, or was it strictly a DCP release?

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