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Secret Double Features

by Plasquatch

Created 07/16/12

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Some discs have bonus shorts. Some have "behind the scenes" documentaries. Some have alternate versions. These discs include a complete second film, free of charge.

17 comments

  • By Drew Phillips
    July 19, 2012
    03:27 PM

    Don't forget the Seventh Seal which now comes with Bergman Island
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      November 19, 2012
      05:53 PM

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    • By SamWizeGanji
      August 11, 2014
      02:00 PM

      Great list, I found it looking for a list of doubled films, hence; Bergman Island, and coming up Tati.
  • By ggfanjase
    July 22, 2012
    03:40 AM

    Surprised I haven't seen this kind of reference list before. Thanks, this'll be good to come back to.
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  • By Austin_B64
    July 24, 2012
    02:54 PM

    Been waiting for Criterion themselves to make this list. Thanks a lot!
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  • By Collection
    August 01, 2012
    11:41 PM

    The Symbiopsychotaxiplasm release includes Symbiopsychotaxiplasm Take 2½.
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  • By Shaun
    September 08, 2012
    01:11 AM

    There are six I can suggest that you've missed, but judging by the lack of response to the other friendly suggestions I'll not bother.
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  • By Maybecedarian
    December 07, 2012
    11:19 AM

    Shaun, while the list owner may not be updating the list, I'm sure some of the people visiting it would like to see your additions. I'll go ahead and add on "F for Fake," which includes both the "Orson Welles: One Man Band" documentary about Welles' unfinished works, and a documentary about Elmyr de Hory called "Almost True: The Noble Art of Forgery." And of course, "Brazil" and "The Complete Mr. Arkadin" contain multiple complete versions of the film.
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  • By Eric Levy
    February 12, 2013
    12:31 PM

    I agree with you Ray. Another addition: 12 ANGRY MEN includes the original made-for-TV version of the film. And there are two versions of THE GOLD RUSH on that disc. Great list!
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  • By Eric Levy
    February 15, 2013
    06:08 AM

    Thought of two more director documentaries: LUCK, TRUST AND KETCHUP: ROBERT ALTMAN IN CARVER COUNTRY is an extra on SHORT CUTS. (There's a 56-minute doc on Carver too.) And THE TYPEWRITER, THE RIFLE AND THE MOVIE CAMERA about Samuel Fuller is included on SHOCK CORRIDOR. (It's only 55 minutes. Does that count as a feature?)
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  • By paul beauparlant
    September 26, 2013
    10:49 PM

    Included with Eating Raoul are two short films by Paul Bartel: The Secret Cinema (1966) and Naughty Nurse (1969)
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  • By Drew Phillips
    November 18, 2013
    07:41 AM

    You can add King of the Hill now which oddly enough features Soderberghs The Underneath
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  • By Eric Levy
    March 21, 2014
    06:06 AM

    Now you can add the new version of ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS, which includes ROCK HUDSON'S HOME MOVIES.
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  • By Eric Levy
    March 25, 2014
    06:01 AM

    Just found two more. Both Spaulding Gray films include very early videotaped monologues. GRAY'S ANATOMY includes A PERSONAL HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN THEATER. And AND EVERYTHING IS GOING FINE includes SEX AND DEATH TO THE AGE 14.
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  • By JMB
    April 15, 2014
    07:48 PM

    Scanners contains stereo.
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  • By SamWizeGanji
    August 14, 2014
    02:09 AM

    Check out the three films in Shoah.
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