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    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is being released next week on DVD in a standard version and a "Two-Disc Limited Edition" version.

    Does anyone know what the difference is between these two versions?

    Thanks!


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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean DVD choices

    Originally posted by mikeland View Post
    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is being released next week on DVD in a standard version and a "Two-Disc Limited Edition" version.

    Does anyone know what the difference is between these two versions?

    Thanks!
    Usually the two disc version has the interviews, artwork, stories, stuff like that - I'm pretty sure the one disc version will have the movie and bloopers
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      Re: Pirates of the Caribbean DVD choices

      I believe one version is widescreen and the second version has all the bonus features.

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        Re: Pirates of the Caribbean DVD choices

        If it's anything like the two versions of Dean Man's Chest they came out with last year, the main difference would be that the single disc version would have only the movie, audio commentaries, and bloopers.

        The two-disc version would have everything from the first disc, plus on the second disc you'll see all of the making-of documentaries, deleted scenes, and short film, plus much more.

        Hope that helps. :wave:

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