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  • Extras:
    * The Film: Theatrical version (2.39:1)
    * The Film: TV version (1.33:1):
    - "Part One" (100:52)
    - "Part Two" (91:55)
    Audio commentary on the theatrical version with Steve Mitchell and Steven Jay Rubin (2021)
    "The Making of Midway" 2001 documentary (38:58)
    "The Guardian Interview with Robert Wagner: Conducted by Joan Bakewell at the National Film Theatre, London on 30 June 1983" plays as an extra audio track over the theatrical version (70:34)
    "They Were There!" 1976 featurette (6:14)
    "Sensurround: The Sounds of Midway" 2001 featurette (4:19)
    "The Battle of Midway" 1942 short film (18:11)
    Super 8 version (17:55)
    Trailer and TV / Radio Spots (Play All - 11:17):
    - Theatrical Trailer (2:35)
    - TV Spot #1 (1:01)
    - TV Spot #2 (0:30)
    - TV Spot #3 (0:31)
    - TV Spot #4 (0:11)
    - Radio Spots (6:22):
    -- #1 (60 secs)
    -- #2 (30 secs)
    -- #3 (30 Secs)
    -- #4 (30 secs)
    -- #5 (10 secs)
    -- #6 (10 secs)
    -- #7 (60 secs)
    -- #8 (30 secs)
    -- #9 (30 secs)
    -- #10 (30 secs)
    -- #11 (10 secs)
    -- #12 (10 secs)
    Midway Image Gallery: Original Promotional Material (82 images)
  • Subtitles:
    English HoH
  • Aspect Ratio:
    2.39:1 / 1.33:1
  • Picture Format:
    1080p24 AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    Theatrical version
    English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.1 Sensurround (the player states it's 5.1)
    English LPCM 1.0
    TV version
    English LPCM 1.0
  • Case type:
    Keep Case
  • Notes:
    Limited edition of 3,000 copies.
    Comes with a 36-page liner notes booklet by Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall, archival articles on the film and the events that inspired its screenplay, an overview of critical responses, and film credits.
    The TV version is SD upscaled to 1080/24p; all other extras are in 1080/24p unless otherwise stated.
    The 2001 featurette "The Scoring of Midway" was supposed to be included but was prevented for legal reasons.

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