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Old 07-20-2018, 02:20 PM   #5
Raiders112390
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Originally Posted by Attila the Professor
Do you think there's any chance that it's effectively the reverse, that this version showed the credits in the full, widescreen aspect ratio, but that it switched to pan-and-scan/fullscreen as they ended?

I distinctly remember the screen getting wider I believe just after the "South America, 1936" datestamp, and I remember always wondering if all movies did this. The VHS would've been watched on a 4:3 TV. It always stuck out to me because I don't remember it happening in the other films. Maybe it could be the reverse. But in my mind's eye I can see it now, like the screen getting wider at that moment
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