Beverly Hills Cop I-III | 20 Years Anniversary Limited Edition | Numbered Tin Box

 Product Details

Product Type
DVD

Origin
Germany

UPC/EAN/Barcode
4010884526264

Distributor
Paramount

Contents
» 3 Discs
» 3 Keepcases
» Limited "Axel F" licence plate
» Numbered Tin Box
» Multimedia CD

Limitation
Unkwown amount (Numbered)

Out of Print
Yes

Still in Collection
Yes

Purchased At
www.ebay.de


 Disc 1

Contents
» Beverly Hills Cop (movie)
» Audio commentary with director Martin Brest
» Cast And Crew Interviews (29m 15s)
» Casting Bevely Hills Cop
» Location Map (7 featurettes, comes to 7-8 min total)
» The Music Of Beverly Hills Cop
» Photo Gallery (32 photos)
» Theatrical Trailer

Type
DVD, R2, PAL

Picture
1.85:1 Anamorphic

Audio
English DD 5.1
» German DD 2.0 Surround

Subtitles
English, English HoH, Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, German, Finnish, Dutch, Swedish, Hungarian


 Disc 2

Contents
» Beverly Hills Cop II (movie)
» Cast And Crew Interviews (22m 13s)
» Original Behind The Scenes featurette (07m 09s)
» Deleted Scene with introduction by director Tony Scott (03m 23s)
» Shakedown (05m 02s)
» Theatrical Trailer

Type
DVD, R2, PAL

Picture
2.35:1 Anamorphic

Audio
English DD 5.1
» German DD 2.0 Surround

Subtitles
English, English HoH, Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, German, Finnish, Dutch, Swedish, Hungarian


 Disc 3

Contents
» Beverly Hills Cop III (movie)
» Cast And Crew Interviews (24m 55s)
» Theatrical Trailer

Type
DVD, R2, PAL

Picture
1.78:1 Anamorphic

Audio
English DD 5.1
» German DD 5.1

Subtitles
English, English HoH, Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, German, Finnish, Dutch, Swedish, Hungarian


 Movie Details

Short info
Original Title: Beverly Hills Cop (1984)
Directed by:

Short info
Original Title: Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)
Directed by:

Short info
Original Title: Beverly Hills Cop III (1994)
Directed by:

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 Product Photos

 Discjunkie's Comments

Packaging / Design

This is a German set and maybe not the best known release in the world. So I was very happy to notice this well made tin set in all it's glory. The set IS limited and numbered as well, but I'm not sure how many were made (though mine says #016961, so I 'm pretty sure there's a few more out there).

Looking at the box design it's got a really nice golden shine to it (really reflects the light if you put it in the right place). There are embossed writings both on the top and on the side. The Backside (or downside if you will) also has a quite colourful picture on it.

Maybe the picture on the front could have been a better one but never the less, the outer design feels like a good thing. My only concern is that the top lid (wich is on hinges) seems to dent (or wrather "buldge") easily. I got my set sealed and when I opened it the door didn't really stay in place and kinda' bumped up in a a corner or to. It does close but it seems to get bent easily. Not the thickest metall I guess.

Inside we get another little nugget for display. This time it's a miniture California licence-plate (WTF!?) reading "AXEL F 20 Y" (Axel Foley, 20 Years Anniversery, duh!). This is a bit weird but I guess kinda' cute addition to your regular art-cards or what-not and it's made from a pretty sold piece of metall featuring raised letters and smooth rounded edges. All for your confort!


Disc contents / Extras

This set get's a seven but it's really on the verge of getting a six. No, never mind, I just chaged my mind, I DO GIVE IT A SIX (!). There's about 20-30 minutes worth of cast and crew interviews for each film, and for nr 1 and 2 we also get some casting featurettes, some bits about the musical score, and a deleted scene (from #2). Beverly Hills Cop (the first one) does feature a full length commentary with director Martin Brest but apart from that it just doesn't feel like there's much here. Also, I find the picture quality a bit bad at times, though I'm pretty sure this is just because it's an old film and they didn't have the best print to start of from. In the end, the case is the only reason to pick THIS edition over some other region (or someother 80's cops-themed stuff all together).


 Visitors Comments

Gree | Location: Gelsenkirchen Posted 2012-08-29 (16:35)

Today's DVD/BD releases have a shitty rating logo on the front
But i don't care about their GODDAMN rating logos on front

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