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After many hours online, I have reached the conclusion that no store in any region of the world has this title. I am very interested in purchasing it for my collection. Anyone here wanna sell theres??
 

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The superbit Gladiator is out of production, but I have seen a knock off that is region free on e bay from time to time.


Maybe somone will report if its transfer is as good as the actual superbit version.



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...but I have seen a knock off that is region free on e bay from time to time.


Maybe somone will report if its transfer is as good as the actual superbit version.



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That would be a Regon 0 single layer copy (bootleg) that would be highly compressed from the standard version to fit. The case is probably a true copy of the Sony SuperBit title. So the case could be as good as the actual Sony SuperBit. Of course the compressed bootleg single layer DVD could not even come close in quality.;)
 

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That would be a Regon 0 single layer copy (bootleg) that would be highly compressed from the standard version to fit. The case is probably a true copy of the Sony SuperBit title. So the case could be as good as the actual Sony SuperBit. Of course the compressed bootleg single layer DVD could not even come close in quality.;)
Thanks William,

I had no idea if they could buy dual layer dvd-r discs cheap in the east, were the seller at e bay is from or not.


This is good to know, and like everyone else, my search for a genuine Gladiator superbit continues.


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yeah, I've been looking around on ebay for awhile, and it seems like no one is willing to ship a "real" version over seas........
 

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Actually Gladiator was a DreamWorks release, and Universal was the co-distibutor. Which usually means the Universal was main distibutor for international releases and DreamWorks handled the domestic prints.
 

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There's a few still available from Japan including Jurassic Park 3 and The Mummy Returns, www.cdjapan.jp
Did a search for Superbit in that site and wow I never knew there were Superbit editions of "Ghostbusters", "Joan of Arc", "Close Encounters of the Third Kind", and "Glory". I wish they didn't cost $40 each. :( I cannot find "The Mummy Returns" Superbit however. Got a catalog number for that one?
 
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