|Format||Standard Play CAV|
|Running Time||119 minutes|
The video transfer is rather annoying. It appears that some sides were transferred directly from the 35mm theatrical anamorphic prints, which give everyone that "thin" look. Other sides seem to be properly Panned and Scanned (a term I personally despise - 'properly panned and scanned') within the unsqueezed 2.35:1 projected image. Some folks attribute this to the way the 2.35 image was composed, and simply transferring the anamorphic image, or a partially unsqueezed image would require fewer visual pans and scans during the transfer to video. Regardless, it's annoying.
There is a brief period of true "letterboxing" on side 5 when our psychopathic rollercoaster bomber is looking through the instamatic camera at the tourists. To my knowledge, this is the first example of letterboxing on video.