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Date Posted: 16:43:15 08/06/07 Mon
Author: Michael White
Author Host/IP: spc2-leed2-0-0-cust214.seac.broadband.ntl.com / 82.8.12.215
Subject: Isis Home Video

Regarding the Isis home video that was released in the UK, it is fairly safe to assume that not many copies were sold! Video machines were quite expensive at that time (and the battle between Beta and VHS hadn't been resolved). More to the point pre-recorded material was extremely expensive for the most part. The first stuff that came out that was affordable was older material (movies etc). One of the first modern films I can remember buying was "Romancing the Stone" at 14.99 which would've still been quite expensive at the time. It's more likely that any copies that were here were available to rent in one of the many video shops that sprang up at that time.

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