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PostSubject: Zulu Dawn (Duration)   Mon Nov 23, 2015 6:53 pm

Hello all,

today I figured out that there are versions of "Zulu Dawn" with different duration. (Between 113 minutes and 117 minutes). It seems the 113 minutes version is the most common.

Do you know where I can get the 117 minutes version? And do you know which additional scenes are included in this one?

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PostSubject: Re: Zulu Dawn (Duration)   Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:52 pm

Ian Knight wrote a short piece about Zulu Dawn being released on Blu-ray, this is what he had to say,
' I am in the extras, too, a 'featurette' about the battle filmed, I must admit, very hurriedly and with a non-existent budget whilst I happened to be in Zululand with a Holts tour in 2011. I'll be interested to see how that's come out, too! Other extras include an interview with historical adviser Midge Carter, which should be fascinating, and - according to the press release - some of the footage shot for the movie but edited out of the final print.'

The blu ray version Ian Knight talks about is only available in the USA but it is region free so it should be able to play pretty much anywhere.
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