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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2007 8:29 pm  Post subject: Dawn of the Dead: Ultimate Fan Edition (1978) (Disc 3)
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The DotD Team presents: Dawn of the Dead, Ultimate Editiion Vol. 2, Disc 3


Two rarities, from broadcast, for the true fan.

1) The Cast Reunion from Cinema Wasteland September 2000 (119 mins). (Fair visual quality)
2) The Kingdom of the Dead from Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror (15 mins) (Good visual quality)

"Be warned though - this is a *real* fan disc in terms of the quality isn't 100% and you
need to be quite an aficionado of the film to appreciate the helicopter and machete zombie
recount their tales  Though it's a great record of a momentous occasion for fans of
Dawn of the Dead !"
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Stats:        NTSC fullscreen. DD 2.0 AC3.
Covers:     Covers & official nfo in the DVD-Rom folder.
Size:       3.66 GB (3.938,546,881 bytes)


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DISC DETAILS
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Title...............: Dawn of the Dead - Ultimate Edition Volume 2 - Disc 3
Type................: DVD Movie
Video Format........: DVD/VOB/MPEG2/720x480/4:3/NTSC
Audio Format........: Dolby Digital 2.0 (varying Kbps)
Size................: 3.66 GB
DVD-Rom.............: This NFO, Cover (by klokwerk), Disc Art (by klokwerk)


RELEASE DETAILS
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Type................: Cast Reunion from 2000 and Clive Barker TV Special
Source..............: NTSC 4:3
Audio Tracks........: Dolby Digital 2.0 (varying Kbps)
Authoring...........: meedermow
Creator Catalog.....: DotD:UC2
Release Group.......: DotD Team


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Mucho thanks to the following:

DarthCarr............Dark_Jedi............jonno................klokwerk.............
Jambe Davdar.........MySpleen.com.........OT.com regulars......Meesiemow & The Frog.


click inverse then create nzb

More Info: http://www.originaltrilogy.com/forum/me ... TARTPAGE=1

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2007 8:41 pm  Post subject:
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Never heard of this, is it just the interviews then?
Whats on the other two discs?

Thanks for bringing it over too, definitely going to be grabbing it.

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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2007 8:47 pm  Post subject:
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Check out that more info link, if your quick you could get the second disc, it was released in february.

Maybe i'll register on their forums and ask for a repost of disc one and two.

I haven't downed it yet, just found it myself :D

*edit*

I found the second one here 81days , scroll down, although it says lots of parts missing :evil:

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This is whats on the 2nd disc

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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2007 10:36 pm  Post subject:
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i signed up to their forums and asked for a reshare (and thanked for the release) :)

I hope someone can help out with a repost of the first disc... i'd love to see that one!

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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 1:25 pm  Post subject:
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Well our pleas haven't fallen on deaf ears, they're reposting the first 2 in a week or so. :D

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hoooray good news; part 2 has too much corruption for me to get at it so that news amuses the sea otter!

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After reading though various NZB/usernet guides & having no luck, i got bored
and gave up! any chance of a torrent? or ED2K?

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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 3:16 pm  Post subject:
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If you go to myspleen.net theres still an active torrent for the 3rd part. No luck on the first 2 tho.

And spud, yes i was missing about 800 blocks on the 2nd one.

Still, just have to wait for the NG repost.

ed2k links for the first 2 is a distinct possibility :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 3:40 pm  Post subject:
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I could rip the first disc to an xvid when its reposted, but i'm not a fan of dvdr sharing via emule

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I'd love a DVD-R torrent, especially of disc 1 (the composite version), only had
the german language composite print up to now

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 8:36 am  Post subject:
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Hi there,

I'm the creator of this series and thought I'd just pop in and say hello.

The series itself is now 4 discs strong, the pictured sleeve above was a rather preemptive wish-list of what we hoped would make the series.

These are the actual contents:

Disc 1

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Title................: Dawn of the Dead - Ultimate Edition Volume 2 - Disc 1
Type.................: DVD Movie
Video Format.........: DVD/VOB/MPEG2/720x480/16:9/NTSC
Audio Format.........: Dolby Digital 2.0 (192 Kbps)
Size.................: 4.34 GB
DVD-Rom..............: This NFO, Cover (by klokwerk)


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//Feature//
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Dawn of the Dead Extended Edition synchronised with 3 rare/exclusive audio tracks

Running Time: 2 hours 19 minutes and 29 seconds


Audio Tracks
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1) Commentary by George A. Romero, Chris Romero & Tom Savini (from the 1996 laserdisc)
2) Commentary by Tom Savini & Chris Stavrakis (from the 1999 UK DVD)
3) New Isolated Score track created from the original drop cues and other materials (newly created 2007)


Disc 2

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DISC DETAILS
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Title...............: Dawn of the Dead - Ultimate Edition Volume 2 - Disc 2
Type................: DVD Movie
Video Format........: DVD/VOB/MPEG2/720x480/4:3/NTSC
Audio Format........: Dolby Digital 2.0 (varying Kbps)
Size................: 4.34 GB
DVD-Rom.............: This NFO, Cover (by klokwerk), Disc Art (by klokwerk


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//Feature//
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G4 Icons - George A. Romero (22 mins)
George A. Romero's Introduction to Dawn of the Dead from UK TV 1997 (8 mins)
George A. Romero documentary - German made from the Original Martin UK DVD (23 mins)
The Directors - George A.Romero (58 mins)
Dawn of the Dead Laserdisc supplmentary material (27 mins)


Disc 3

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Title...............: Dawn of the Dead - Ultimate Edition Volume 2 - Disc 3
Type................: DVD Movie
Video Format........: DVD/VOB/MPEG2/720x480/4:3/NTSC
Audio Format........: Dolby Digital 2.0 (varying Kbps)
Size................: 3.66 GB
DVD-Rom.............: This NFO, Cover (by klokwerk), Disc Art (by klokwerk)


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//Feature//
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The Cast Reunion from Cinema Wasteland September 2000 (119 mins)
The Kingdom of the Dead from Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror (15 mins)


Disc 4

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Title...............: Dawn of the Dead - Ultimate Edition Volume 2 - Disc 4
Type................: DVD Movie
Video Format........: DVD/VOB/MPEG2/720x480/4:3/NTSC
Audio Format........: Dolby Digital 2.0 (varying Kbps)
Size................: 4.37 GB
DVD-Rom.............: This NFO, Cover (by klokwerk), Disc Art (by klokwerk)


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//Feature//
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The Location Tours

Mall Tour with David Emge, Ken Foree & Lenny Lies (42 mins)
Airstrip Tour with David Emge, Ken Foree & Jim Krut (32 mins)
Son of the Incredibly Strange Film Show from UK TV 1989 (38 mins)

Extensive DVD-ROM section of covers, scripts, interviews and more!


Jaiman Tuckuh is reposting the complete set on the newsgroups over the next few weeks and there is a permanent rapidshare home for the first two discs over at fanedit.org which will be followed by the remaining two discs very soon.

Any questions, by all means let me know.

Many thanks,

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I could rip the first disc to an xvid when its reposted...


Sounds good to me.


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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 11:08 am  Post subject:
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meedermow wrote:
Hi there,

I'm the creator of this series and thought I'd just pop in and say hello.

Hello, and a big thanks for these!

I'll definitely be grabbing these from ngs :beerchug:


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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 6:10 pm  Post subject:
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Cheers meedermow!

I'm grabbing the first 2 discs from rapidshare, i'll get the 2nd 2 when they're posted.

meedermow, In johnathome's post near the top, the first disc is listed as the ultimate
cut (a compsite of each of the different versions) but in your post the running time
of the first disc is 139mins, is this the standard extended/directors cut or a compsite print?
the german language composite print i already have is 156mins?

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 7:43 pm  Post subject:
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Hey see no evil,

Pay no heed to the above cover art (which, like I say, was hopeful to say the least!), the true release details are above in my first post.

The sync of disc 1 is to the "Director's Cut", untouched - no composite intrusion. That's no to say that this Ultimate Edition 2 won't sign off with the full composite edit of all existing material - but that would be one hell of a job, and would be many moons away yet!

#3 and #4 should be available via rapidshare very soon.

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 8:13 pm  Post subject:
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meedermow, I suppose editing together all the clips wouldn't be that difficult, the
difficult part would be smoothing out the voice transitions with music or sound effects
playing in the background, and having to edit the music tracks longer to make up
for the extra clips. Ive messed about with voice/music seperation software before
but the results can be patchy at times.

I know for the german version they didn't have that problem as it was all redubbed
into german once the edit was finished. what would be really useful is a voice only
version of all 3 versions.

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 8:34 pm  Post subject:
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Indeed, just the issue I've found.

Vision - not too much of a problem.

Sound - a potential nightmare!

Who knows, maybe one day... :wacky:

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meedermow wrote:
which, like I say, was hopeful to say the least!


Bugger!!, i was looking forward to that!!

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Doesn't mean it will never happen. Just...not yet :D


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For anyone who is interested, I'm attempting a DOTD composite edit using the
DOTD ultimate box set. I started on friday night and am now about 35mins in.
I'm frameserving the original DVD MPEG's to premiere, then exporting that back to
MPEG using CCE-SP2 so there is only one re-encoding which should keep any
degredation in quality from the original DVD's to a minimum. I'm keeping it
16:9 anamorphic widescreen as per the original DVD's with one Dolby Digital 2.0
audio track. if/when it's relased it'll be as a DL DVD (to keep the quality as
high as possible) on bittorrent.

I remember reading somewhere that the german composite has shots found in
no other version of dawn, apart from the argento, extended & theatrical
cuts + document of the dead, can anyone else suggest where else i might look
for source footage?

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