Tron

LaserDisc info
Title: Tron
Original Title: TRON
IMDb / Disneyinfo:   
Country: Japan Japan
NTSC / PAL: NTSC
Reference: LA098L-13043
Type: CLV
Category: Live Action
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Year: 1982
Release Date: 25-04-1989
UPC: T4966237040423
ISBN: ???
Catalog Number: ???
Price: 9800 JPY
Manufactured By: DADC Japan
Publisher: Walt Disney Productions, Lisberger/Kushner
Distribution: Walt Disney Home Video
Length: 96 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Sides: 2
Chapter(s): 20
Size: 12 inch
Obi: Yes
Dolby Surround: English
Subtitles: Japanese
Mint Marks Sample: LA098L13043 F0323 93217 2 94030574
LA098L13043 F0324 93192 1 93310384
Synopsis
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Cast
Original Other
Jeff Bridges - Kevin Flynn / Clu
Bruce Boxleitner - Alan Bradley / Tron
David Warner - Ed Dillinger / Sark / Master Control Program
Cindy Morgan - Lora / Yori
Barnard Hughes - Dr. Walter Gibbs / Dumont
Dan Shor - Ram / Popcorn Co-Worker
Peter Jurasik - Crom
Stuart Thomas - Peter / Sark's Lieutenant (as Tony Stephano)
Craig Chudy - Warrior #1
Vince Deadrick Jr. - Warrior #2 (as Vince Deadrick)
Sam Schatz - Expert Disc Warrior
Jackson Bostwick - Head Guard
David S. Cass Sr. - Factory Guard (as Dave Cass)
Gerald Berns - Guard #1
Bob Neill - Guard #2
Ted White - Guard #3
Mark Stewart - Guard #4
Michael Sax - Guard #5
Tony Brubaker - Guard #6
Charlie Picerni - Tank Commander (as Charles Picerni)
Pierre Vuilleumier - Tank Gunner #1
Erik Cord - Tank Gunner #2
Loyd Catlett - Conscript #1 / Video Game Cowboy
Michael Dudikoff - Conscript #2 (as Michael J. Dudikoff II)
Richard Bruce Friedman - Video Game Player
Rick Feck - Boy in Video Game Arcade
John Kenworthy - Boy in Video Game Arcade
Lisette Kremer - Video Gamer (uncredited)
Jerry Maren - (uncredited)
Chapters
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Extra Info
• This was the first digital sound and letterboxed version of Tron available, 6 years before the 1995 U.S. letterboxed CAV release (6141 CS)
• Subtitles are in the black area and not on the picture
A two-page insert is included
• Some minutes from the original theatrical version was cut out by Disney since they were "unnecessary".