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Where can I get this?

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Lokutus
Where can I get this?   Wednesday, May 17, 2006 (4:56 p.m.) 

I would very much like to know. There dosen't seem to be an Isolated Score option on either the original disc or the Don't Call Me Shirley edition.

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bmiami
Re: Where can I get this?   Thursday, June 8, 2006 (11:54 p.m.) 

> I would very much like to know. There dosen't seem to be an Isolated Score
> option on either the original disc or the Don't Call Me Shirley edition.

The extended edition is taken from the rear channels of the DVD edition of Airplane - there were some cues which contained sfx but most of the music is entirely clear. The SFX cues were left off when these are only very small cues... the score is 95% complete...
Anyway, great score and one of the best Elmer Bernstein had written during his long and rich career...

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Steven Sommerset
Re: Where can I get this?   Saturday, June 10, 2006 (8:37 a.m.) 

The rear channels of which DVD edition? The original or the more recent double-dip "The Don't Call Me Shirley Edition" or whatever the heck it was called? Thanks!

> The extended edition is taken from the rear channels of the DVD edition of
> Airplane - there were some cues which contained sfx but most of the music
> is entirely clear. The SFX cues were left off when these are only very
> small cues... the score is 95% complete...
Anyway, great score and one
> of the best Elmer Bernstein had written during his long and rich career...


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bmiami
Re: Where can I get this?   Sunday, June 11, 2006 (7:33 p.m.) 

From what I gathered from DVDfile and other review websites, both editions use the same 5.1 Audio Remix and Audio Commentary. So it really is an upgrade.

They should give some attention to the second Airplane film, maybe get a 5.1 remix so we can rip Richard Hazards fine score.

> The rear channels of which DVD edition? The original or the more recent
> double-dip "The Don't Call Me Shirley Edition" or whatever the
> heck it was called? Thanks!
Anyway, great score and one


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