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Anonymous
June 19, 2005 8:34:02 PM

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What and when was the first commercially produced CED?
What and when was the first commercially produced LD?
What and when was the last commercially produced CED?
What and when was the last commercially produced LD? (might be unknown for
now!)

I've read about the 'last' CED plant which had to be brought out of
retirement for a particular movie release .. are there still plants
capable of producing LDs? There are some audio vinyl plants that have
gained sort of a cult status world wide for producting very good quality
vinyl .. I wonder if LD might persist this way.. ?

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martians@sdf.lonestar.org

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Anonymous
June 21, 2005 10:50:30 PM

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"RED MARTIAN" <martians@sdf.lNoOnSePsAtMar.org> wrote in message
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> What and when was the first commercially produced CED?
according to the informinaton archive at cedmagic, the first commercially
produced CED was "Race for your life, charlie brown" released in 1981, I
think.

> What and when was the first commercially produced LD?
I would like to know this one too.

> What and when was the last commercially produced CED?
The last CED commercially available was "Jewel in the Nile" released in
1986.

> What and when was the last commercially produced LD? (might be unknown for
> now!)
I have read about this one: I have read that "Sleepy Hollow" was the last
North American release but there is information on internet that suggest the
last laserdisc was released in Japan sometime about 2001.

>
> I've read about the 'last' CED plant which had to be brought out of
> retirement for a particular movie release .. are there still plants
> capable of producing LDs? There are some audio vinyl plants that have
> gained sort of a cult status world wide for producting very good quality
> vinyl .. I wonder if LD might persist this way.. ?
>
> --
> martians@sdf.lonestar.org
Anonymous
June 21, 2005 10:50:31 PM

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On Tue, 21 Jun 2005 18:50:30 GMT, "Local Hooligan"
<torgo439-usenet@yahoo.com> wrote:

>
>"RED MARTIAN" <martians@sdf.lNoOnSePsAtMar.org> wrote in message
>news:D 946pq$cea$1@chessie.cirr.com...
>
>> What and when was the first commercially produced CED?
>according to the informinaton archive at cedmagic, the first commercially
>produced CED was "Race for your life, charlie brown" released in 1981, I
>think.
>
>> What and when was the first commercially produced LD?
>I would like to know this one too.
>
four Ford sales training discs were the first Discovisions pressed for
distribution beyond just as test discs. And there were a couple of
"black box" Discovision titles for limited release. The first
commercial release for national distribution was "Jaws," Discovision
12-001.

.. Steve ..

>> What and when was the last commercially produced CED?
>The last CED commercially available was "Jewel in the Nile" released in
>1986.
>
>> What and when was the last commercially produced LD? (might be unknown for
>> now!)
>I have read about this one: I have read that "Sleepy Hollow" was the last
>North American release but there is information on internet that suggest the
>last laserdisc was released in Japan sometime about 2001.
>
>>
>> I've read about the 'last' CED plant which had to be brought out of
>> retirement for a particular movie release .. are there still plants
>> capable of producing LDs? There are some audio vinyl plants that have
>> gained sort of a cult status world wide for producting very good quality
>> vinyl .. I wonder if LD might persist this way.. ?
>>
>> --
>> martians@sdf.lonestar.org
>
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Anonymous
June 22, 2005 3:00:51 AM

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"Local Hooligan" <torgo439-usenet@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>> What and when was the last commercially produced LD? (might be
>> unknown for
>> now!)
>
> I have read about this one: I have read that "Sleepy Hollow" was the
> last
> North American release but there is information on internet that
> suggest the
> last laserdisc was released in Japan sometime about 2001.

The last American laserdiscs were Sleepy Hollow and Bringing Out the
Dead, both released in 2000. The final Japanese laserdiscs were The
Cell, The Sixth Day, Tokyo Raiders (no English subtitles), and The
Crimson Rivers (no English subtitles), all released in late 2001.
Anonymous
June 23, 2005 1:58:08 PM

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SNIP

> 12-001.
>
> . Steve ..
>
>>> What and when was the last commercially produced CED?
>>The last CED commercially available was "Jewel in the Nile" released in
>>1986.

The last CED was Disney's Pinnochio. RCA actually fired up a plant in
Indianapolis just to crank this last title out.
!