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    [Saturday Night Fever on Criterion Collection :)]

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    Submitted by Stephen A. Kozak Jr. on June 04, 1999 at 22:26:18:
    DVD Title: Saturday Night Fever on Criterion Collection :)
    Studio: Paramount

    Content Necessities:

    Letterbox/PS, anamorphic, Dolby Digital, THX remastering, Closed Captions, perfect transfer especially with video (no glitches, flubs, or other errors)


    Animated menus, scene selection, both PG and R rated versions of the film (as released in theaters in 1977) with the R as being a director's cut with restored footage previously deleted. Cast/crew/music bios and filmography (including clips from recent work if available), documentary, and gag reel a plus.

    Disc Value:

    I would pay $25-$30 for this disc as I described above.

    Additional Comments:

    This is one of the most influential films of the 1970s in terms of pop culture. To people watching it expecting to see nothing but dancing and cheezy dialouge will be sadly disappointed- there's a real story here and it was good enough to get John Travolta his first Oscar nomination. I think this movie is worthy of being preserved on DVD, especially with the chance to add scenes that make for a more complete and enjoyable story.


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