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post #1 of 3 Old 04-21-2012, 01:31 PM - Thread Starter
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I have noticed several titles I want on Amazon are offered in 2 versions.
A standard package or the digibook.
The digibooks are at least $10 more.
(usual suspects, seven, shawshank redemption)

Do both versions contain the same transfer and extras?
or are you only paying extra for the nice book packaging?

I can not tell by reading the Amazon details.

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I'm not aware of any differences in the Discs. It's all about the packaging adn those folks who like the Digibook information/photos.
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"NBK" digi is the theaterical cut
&
"NBK" standard Blu case is the director cut.

The two cuts all so have diff masterings.
http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film2/DVDRe...rs_blu-ray.htm

"I wonder if any of the releases had slipcovers though."
"Are these comfirmed to have slipcovers?"
"They look nice in those slips."
"This slipcover looks too good to pass up."
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