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The original European release version, with footage cut from the American theatrical release. This version includes the narration by Deckard and longer ending that was removed from the Director's Cut. Gouache illustrations, pen and marker drawings, and preliminary sketches by Syd Mead, the film's "visual futurist" Detailed scene-by-scene analysis, trivia test and Blade Runner bibliography
This is the so-called "Director's Cut" of the film, which subtracts the voiceover narration and happy ending from previous theatrical releases, and adds a brief scene involving a unicorn. However, this version is also missing some of the snippets of violence that the director wanted left inThe disc is presented entirely in CAV format, which is fun for frame-by-frame manipulation of the special effects sequences, but leaves the movie with some terrible side breaks that cut right in the middle of scenes. (PAL UK 12682)
Warner Home Video Japan NJWL-20008 CLV release of the European Theatrical Cut. Contains extra snippets of violence not found in the US Theatrical Cut. Warner Bros licenced Criterion's letterboxed transfer for this disc and has Japanese subtitles below the picture.
Original Cut The original Embassy Home Entertainment release of the film. Comes in a jacket with a half-white/half-black cover. This is the US Theatrical Cut of the film. Does not contain the extra snippets of violence found in the European Theatrical Cut which later became the default home video version. (13805)
Warner Home Video Japan NJL-12682, CLV, letterboxed (true aspect ratio 2.41:1), digital stereo, Japanese subtitles, Pioneer pressing, no supplements. (From same video master as the domestic WB-12682.)
Japan NJL-20008, CAV, 2 discs letterboxed (true aspect ratio 2.50:1), 4 sides, digital stereo, subtitled in Japanese, Pioneer pressing. (Mastered from the Criterion Collection CC1120L but omits some of the English supplemental material.) 1987.
Japan Laser Disc Original cut 1983 Extended Play 08JL-70008 CLV, pan&scan (probably identical to the Embassy laserdisc), 2 sides, digital stereo, subtitle/dubbing unknown, pressing unknown. This is the U.S. Theatrical Version which doesn't contain the extra violence. The transfer is pretty descent but is noticeably softer in comparison to the Criterion Edition.
NTSC Criterion CAV CC1120L
This is the so-called "Director's Cut" of the film, which subtracts the voiceover narration and happy ending from previous theatrical releases, and adds a brief scene involving a unicorn. However, this version is also missing some of the snippets of violence that the director wanted left in. This Japanese release is in CLV format, which improves the side break considerably in comparison to the American CAV release. The jacket contains a printed insert with a chapter listing and text about the movie in Japanese.
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