©1982 Universal City Studios, Inc. All rights reserved.

Limited Edition

Dolby Surround
Catalog Number 42734
Format Standard Play CAV
Running Time 115 minutes
Side Chapters Frames Running Time
1 4 38,118 26min 28sec
2 4 36,061 25min 02sec
3 4 33,076 22min 58sec
4 4 31,941 22min 10sec
5 + 3 (4) 27,160 (27,573) 18min 51sec
19 166,356 115min 31sec
Supplemental Material
5 1 413 0min 13sec *
6 5 43min 55sec
7 8 50min 59sec
14 95min 07sec *
* Contains untimed still elements. Due to variations in transferring film and video to LaserDisc, exact run time may vary.
+ Because of the still elements of side 5, the side is listed twice. The number within () represents the complete information for the side, including supplements.
Number of copies pressed 8,011
Pressing Location Pioneer Video Manufacturing
Letterbox Aspect Ratio 1.85:1
Retail Price $149.95
Issued October 8, 1996

The set includes the following supplemental materials:
Limited CAV release of 8,000 units
Individually numbered Collector's Box set with color insert.
New letterboxed THX® transfer.
Film soundtrack by John Williams on a newly expanded digitally remastered 24k Gold Compact Disc produced exclusively for this LaserDisc release.
The Making of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, an original documentary featuring 1996 video interviews with Steven Spielberg, Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Robert MacNaughton, Dee Wallace Stone, Peter Coyote, Melissa Mathison, Kathleen Kennedy, John Williams, Allen Daviau and others involved in the film.
Never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage shot by Academy Award® winner John Toll
Henry Thomas' original audition tape
Outtakes from the film
Conceptual designs and drawings of E.T. and the spaceship
Theatrical trailers
Original advertising, marketing and publicity materials.
Special bonus: John William's original musical score isolated on the analog audio tracks.
The story begins when E.T. and his fellow travelers come peacefully to Earth to gather plants in a misty redwood forest. When they are discovered, the rest of the crew flees in their spaceship, and E.T. is accidentally left behind. He eludes his would-be captors and is befriended by Elliott, a ten-year-old boy. While E.T. learns about life on Earth, Elliott learns about friendship -- a friendship that bridges the universe with understanding and love. Overflowing with memorable performances, a stirring musical score and scenes of wonderment, E.T. invites everyone to share the thrill of its magic touch. It's more than a movie -- it s an experience you'll never forget.

Last Updated: November 21, 1996
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