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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H. View Post
    Jesus H. I've bought this movie a lot of times:

    1st: Pan and Scan VHS
    2nd: Bootleg LBX VHS
    3rd: Anchor Bay VHS
    4th: AB DVD
    5th: Blue Underground DVD
    6th: BU Blu-ray

    and I'll be buying it for the 7th time when this baby hits the streets!
    Let me count the ways:
    1. Pre-VRA VIPCO VHS (Uncut)
    2. VIPCO 1990s VHS (Cut)
    3. Roan Group LaserDisc
    4. Anchor Bay DVD
    5. Blue Underground DVD
    6. Blue Underground Blu-ray
    7. Arrow Blu-ray

    Yep, pretty much an equal number of times to yourself, Matt.
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    Which is your favourite iteration? I have fond memories of the AB dvd myself.

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    I think the AB dvd was one of the first few dvd's I purchased. I currently have the Arrow bd & had the BU dvd. I haven't watched the blu yet as I haven't bought another player; I'm trying to wait until my current player craps out. I'll pick up the BU bd later on, no reason going to rush.

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    The AB dvd was how I discovered and watched the film for the first time. It also introduced me to the italian stuff more generally. I enjoyed watching that disc more than i enjoy watching the superior blu ray for some reason. Its still the only film where I regret giving away the old disc.

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    My favourite is the Roan Laserdisc. It was the first time that I saw it uncut. Cost me a fuck-tonne of money, but I'd just got my first graduate job so I splashed the cash. Worst version I have is the Woodoo DVD from Dragon, seem to recall the disc was faulty in some way (possibly the extras).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogart View Post
    Which is your favourite iteration? I have fond memories of the AB dvd myself.
    Definitely the Arrow Blu-ray. Excellent presentation, with multiple audio/subtitle options.

    Though the LD was the first time I saw the film both widescreen and uncut, so I have a fondness for it. (The non-anamorphic AB DVD seemed a step down from it in terms of the presentation of the main feature, as I recall.) I still have fond memories of the pre-cert VHS though (uncut and partially letterboxed, IIRC), as that was my first exposure to the film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul L View Post
    Definitely the Arrow Blu-ray. Excellent presentation, with multiple audio/subtitle options.

    Though the LD was the first time I saw the film both widescreen and uncut, so I have a fondness for it. (The non-anamorphic AB DVD seemed a step down from it in terms of the presentation of the main feature, as I recall.) I still have fond memories of the pre-cert VHS though (uncut and partially letterboxed, IIRC), as that was my first exposure to the film.
    The Roan Group laserdiscs were much better for picture than the Anchor Bay DVDs of the same releases, mostly due to compression being new territory for video masters. I still have a few S-VHS dupes of things I rented in Roan LD form, amd they look amazing for what they are and their age.

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    A poster over at the Blu-ray.com forums has a copy of the new Blue Underground Blu-ray and has posted caps. Looks like a pretty impressive upgrade over the Arrow.

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    If its a big upgrade I wonder if arrows will also release it. Worth waiting..

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