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$50,000 Reward

coverAlpha Video
2010 DVD edition

$50,000 Reward (1924), black & white, 53 minutes, not rated,
with Then Came the Yawn (1934), black & white, 6 minutes, not rated.

Alpha Home Entertainement, ALP 6391D, UPC 0-89218-63919-6.
One single-sided, single-layered, Region 0 NTSC DVD disc, 1.33:1 aspect ratio image in full-frame 4:3 (720 x 480 pixels) interlaced scan MPEG-2 format, ? Mbps average video bit rate, ? kbps audio bit rate, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo sound, English language intertitles, no foreign language subtitles, chapter stops; standard DVD keepcase, $7.98.
Release date: 30 June 2010.
Country of origin: USA

This budget DVD edition has likely been mastered at faster than natural speed from a good 16mm reduction print.

The film is accompanied by a soundtrack compiled from preexisting recordings.

The supplemental material consists of the short comedy spoof Then Came the Yawn (1934), an Educational Films production originally distributed by Fox Film Corporation. This is not the Vitaphone sound film from 1932, as is sometimes reported.

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