Abyss (1989) Pan & Scan Special Edition THX Box Set [1988-80)
is on back order
Staring: James Cameron, Ed Harris
Pan & Scan RED TOP THX Box set version. Box is in very good condition overall
*stock photo is used to denote version*
First THX Certified Laserdisc released in May 1993, and was Best Seller for rest of the year. This film is in the Pan&Scan mode, however it was done under the exclusive supervision of Director, James Cameron. Thus the tag line of "Super 35 Director Supervised Pan & Scan".
Special Edition includes:
- Restored footage not released in theaters
- Featurette: "Under Pressure: Making the Abyss"
- History of production
- Evolution of the Story
- Complete Treatment of the Screenplay
- Behind the Scenes Footage
- Production Artwork
- Advertising Materials
- Contains a six-sided essay by James Cameron entitled: "The Letterbox Heresies or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Pan&Scan" discussing about widescreen and pan and scan.
- Sides 4 and 6 are CAV.
Other condition notes:
Copy from a California, smoke free, super collector's home. Discs always stored inside a temperature controlled home inside a plastic sleeve. Sleeve removed to take photographs.
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- 3/5 - Heavy rot: multicolored snow all over the screen
- 4/5 - Critical rot: analog sound is distorted, digital sound clicks and pops
- 5/5 - Death: disc cannot be played anymore
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