Post Countess, you're a newbie??
Judging from your post count i'd think you're older than me by about 2.35x
Isi, if you aren't familiar or know all the local Spanish idioms and phrases, just Mexican and Argentinian, don't come telling me what i wrote was wrong.
And no, said that way, don't mean wing to about at least
42 million Spanish speakers, plus uncountable millions of their emigrated families
Going back to the thread: dudes, 9944/100th
% of theatrical releases done in about the last half century are in widescreen (There are exceptions like Coppola's One from The Heart
) so if you have a DVD of a Theatrical Movie and it's around 50 years or less old, it should be in widescreen. You don't have to wait for a widescreen release on another region to find out. UDies, check your discs
oops didn't see this question a while ago and since nobody has answered this it's a good chance to increase my post count by nothing
Is it in widescreen? if it is where do any of you imagine i could fairly easily pick up a copy of the mexican version?
thank you soo much
On other threads (mainly on the International Forum) UD members have posted url's to places that sell R4 America DVD's
altho you being in the city of The Angels, maybe if you look around or travel south you could find it on some store?
And there's some PAL Ducktales stuff (if you can handle it) you can buy through UD, go lookee:
<a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0001K2K66/ultimatedisne-21">Ducktaling stuff</a>