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  • Extras:
    * The Film - Japanese Version (100:50)
    * The Film - English Version (90:12)
    Audio Commentary on the Japanese version by film historian and writer David Kalat (2020)
    Audio Commentary on the English version by authors and Japanese sci-fi historians Steve Ryfle and Ed Godziszewski (2009)
    Isolated Music and Effects Track on the Japanese Version (in LPCM 2.0)
    "Kim Newman on Mothra" 2020 author/critic interview (14:42)
    Still Gallery #1: Production Stills and Ephemera (51 images)
    Still Gallery #2: Concept Art (15 images)
    U.S. Teaser Trailer (1:25)
    U.S. Theatrical Trailer (1:56)
  • Subtitles:
    Japanese Version
    English
    English Version
    None
  • Aspect Ratio:
    2.35:1
  • Picture Format:
    1080p 24fps AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    Japanese Version
    Japanese LPCM 2.0 Mono
    English Version
    English LPCM 2.0 Mono
  • Case type:
    Keep Case
  • Notes:
    The Japanese version includes the Perspecta Stereo logo but the only track here is dual mono.
    The "1974 Toho Champion Festival" version was listed in the press release as TBC but has not been included.
    Limited edition of 3,000 copies with a hardbound slipcase, reversible poster featuring the film’s original US and Japanese poster artwork, and a 60-page collector’s booklet featuring:
    - "Jasper Sharp on Mothra"
    - "Designing the Queen of the Monsters: an interview with Scott Chambliss" by Simon Ward
    - "Mothra: Utopia in Hell" by Christopher Stewardson
    - "Mondo Artwork" by Peter Santa Maria
    - "Ishirō Honda: A Life in Film, from Godzilla to Kurosawa (extract)" by Steve Ryfle and Ed Godziszewski
    - viewing notes
    - Blu-ray credits.

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