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Initial post: 23 Mar 2009, 17:00:04 GMT
I was looking at the BBFC website and I noticed that all previous cuts on Batman Returns and Batman Forever were waived. Can anyone confirm these uncut versions are used for the U.K. Blu-ray's?

Posted on 16 Jun 2009, 13:33:08 BST
B. Flaks says:
The US release of the same B/D collection is stated to have a playing time of 508 minutes - 29 minutes longer than the UK version at 479 minutes. Make of that what you will.

Posted on 20 Jul 2009, 19:15:25 BST
Bacon says:
The time difference would be due to the difference in frame rate rate for NTSC vs PAL.

Posted on 8 Apr 2010, 12:34:30 BST
In BluRays there's no longer NTSC or PAL which are SD formats, although, that doesn't mean someone didn't still apply that when doing the box or more likely filling the Amazon info.

Posted on 20 Aug 2010, 17:56:30 BST
Michael Kay says:
Nothing about batman & robin uncut?

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Nov 2010, 21:10:26 GMT
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Posted on 28 Mar 2011, 02:19:04 BST
Jason says:
a bit late getting these.been following these cuts for a while now but can confirm they are def not cut.

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Oct 2011, 13:19:05 BST
Last edited by the author on 1 Oct 2011, 13:20:35 BST
PoochJD says:
B.Jones - you say that frame-rates don't make a film longer. Actually, and although this doesn't apply to Blu-Rays, they do!

Cinema films run at 24 frames per second. DVD's run at 25 frames per second. Thus, for every hour of cinema footage, you lose about 4 minutes on the DVD in terms of running time, once that film has been transferred to a PAL DVD! (NTSC DVD's also run at 24 frames per second, so there should be no noticeable or significant running time differences between a cinema print and a US NTSC-formatted DVD disc.)

Blu-Rays, though all play at 24 frames per second, irrespective of which country the disc is from, or where the disc is manufactured. So, the running times of a film, should be the same on a Region A (US) disc as those on a Region B (UK) disc. However, it also depends on what company logos appear at the start of a film, as different ones on one film print (say, a US release) to ones on the UK print, can affect a running time too. However, this kind of inequality is rare.

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Aug 2012, 12:29:16 BST
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