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Terminator (Special Edition)

Release Date: 10/2/2001
MSRP: $26.98

Studio: MGM/UA

Year: 1984

Run Time: 106 minutes

Rating: R

Starring: Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton

Directed by: James Cameron

   Movie Summary: [Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Action/Adventure]

    In order to prevent his present reality from existing, a soldier from the future travels back in time to protect the woman whose unborn child will be the savior of the future. Based on a story idea by Harlan Ellison.


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DVD Features
Widescreen: 1.85:1 (anamorphic), Dolby Digital 5.1 EX, Mono

DVD Exras
"Other Voices" documentary with new James Cameron interviews; "The Terminator: A Retrospective" documentary; "Terminated" deleted scenes with James Cameron audio commentary; Hidden menu features; DVD-ROM script-to-screen; Original storyboards; Trailers; TV spots

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  • Editor's Notes
    Official DVD website: http://www.terminator1.com. Production headed by Cameron associate Van Ling. This title will support a new high definition transfer and new 5.1 surround track. A new interpositive was created for the high definition film transfer with a touch of digital filtering to remove physical artifacting. The soundtrack was put together by the original composer Brad Fiedel and sound designers (including Gary Rydstrom) who have worked with James Cameron previously. The 5.1 track was derived from the original mono track at Skywalker Studios. More to come.

    Last Updated: Thursday, July 5, 2001

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