PENTATHLON (Bruce Malmuth, 1994)

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Postby dolphage on 08 Sep 2007, 17:06

I think his voice is good for Dolph but only if you don't know Dolph's real voice. Dolph's voice can be so much gentler than Manfred Lehmann's. Here's a sample:
http://www.stimmgerecht.de/schau/lehman.php

There it is! That´s the voice I was talking about!

Who dubs Van Damme in the movies - a little girl?
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Postby Mosquito on 08 Sep 2007, 21:08

dolphage wrote:Who dubs Van Damme in the movies - a little girl?


Hm... ask Google ("Sprecher Van Damme"): Charles Rettinghaus. Never heard that name before but yes, the voice is famous. Look at the other names on his list: Matt Dillon, John Cusack, Vin Diesel (VIN DIESEL??? Did they ever check his real voice??), Wesley Snipes, Robert Downey jr. and others:

http://www.stimmgerecht.de/schau/retcha.php

There is a search function on that website. They seem to list a lot of speakers, so if you wonder about other actors, just try it.
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Pentathlon - R2 Scandianvian DVD Details

Postby BrunnenMatt on 13 Sep 2007, 14:12

I finally found my copy the other day! Have not watch it since I have been too busy, but did give it a spin too let you know the full details of the DVD.

Region 2 Scandinavia - (PFG Entertainment / Scanbox Entertainment)
* The Film (96:51 - PAL)
Extras:
Theatrical Trailer (2:19)
Sneak Preview:
- "Boulevard" [2004] (4:18 ), "Substitute" (1:37) and "Hollow Point" (1:50)
Cast: Filmographies - English text
- David Soul [Mueller] (1 page)
- Jesse Mullen [Young Eric] (1 page)
- Dolph Lundgren [Eric Brogar] (1 page)
Subtitles:
Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish (Optional)
Aspect Ratio:
4:3 Non Anamorphic PAL
Soundtrack:
English Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Case type:
Amaray (Keep) Case
UPC Number:
5706101522810
Notes:
Scandianvian Title - "Ironman".

...BMatt
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Postby Jox on 13 Sep 2007, 15:03

cool !
could you share where you found it? because I think a lot of people are looking to own this movie on DVD...
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Postby Mosquito on 13 Sep 2007, 18:06

Thanks for the info! Please let us know if the quality (both sound and picture) is good.

Could you please tell if there's an age rating on the DVD?
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Postby Jox on 13 Sep 2007, 18:21

The quality is quite good, except the fact that it's in 4/3 pan & scan (full screen) so not the original aspect ratio... There is a 15 rating so you can watch it without asking your parents Mosquito . :wink:
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Postby The_Canadian on 13 Sep 2007, 22:09

So... the one titled "Ironman" is actually in English?
"Loosly translated... out of the frying pan and boned up the ass with a red hot poker."
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Postby Jox on 14 Sep 2007, 00:14

Yes, it's in english because they don't dub movies in Scandinavia (lucky ones)... Just beware there's a terrible French bootleg/unofficial one also under the "Iron man" title, don't buy it!
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Postby The_Canadian on 14 Sep 2007, 05:44

is there a difference in covers, so I can tell them apart?
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Postby BrunnenMatt on 14 Sep 2007, 10:30

Jox wrote:
cool ! could you share where you found it? because I think a lot of people are looking to own this movie on DVD...

Yeah no problems! I have used the company twice and had no problems with them.

Scans of the back and front cover can also be displayed at the website.


http://www.axelmusic.dk/productDetails/5706101522810

I hope this help people who want to purchase this DVD!

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Postby Rover on 14 Sep 2007, 16:23

"Just do it...or die" Nike should use this as a new catchphrase :)

Image Is this the cover for an official edition? Anyone knows?^^
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Postby Jox on 14 Sep 2007, 16:38

No it is NOT an official edition, it's a French bootleg/unofficial edition mastered from the old French dubbed VHS (only thing interested about it is the correct 1.85 image aspect ratio)... You can see that even the cover was copied from the Polygram Video VHS... As a general advice: NEVER buy DVDs with logos like "Integral" or "Supra Vision" on the cover

but the worse, absolutely to avoid is this one (taped from TV and cropped):
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Postby Warchild on 13 Oct 2008, 18:33

I tried to order Pentathlon, Sweepers and I come in Peace and they said either these movies never made into DVD or they stop print here in North America. I got all is movies on DVD excepet these ones which are very hard to find and i can't get it, I also never seen these 3 movies.

Does Dolph have any DVD that has a triple feature or double in one DVD maybe one of these movies are in it and i'll buy it?
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Postby Jox on 13 Oct 2008, 18:52

"Pentathlon" & "I Come In Peace" did not make it to DVD in North America yet but Sweepers should be relatively easy to find (at least as a used copy).
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Postby leigh1975 on 13 Oct 2008, 23:18

The UK edition of Sweepers is region 0, so try that one.
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