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LaserDisc release
Series: Star Trek films
No. of discs: 1
Director: Leonard Nimoy
Release date: 1985 (full-screen)
19 September 1991 (widescreen)
Other release date(s): 7 July 1985 (1st FS Japan)
December 1985 (UK)
25 March 1991 (2nd FS Japan)
1992 (France, Netherlands)
1993 (rental only Japan)
1993 (Germany)
10 March 1994 (WS Japan)
1996 (re-released France)
Rating(s): MPAA PG BBFC PG FSK 12 NICAM AL
Reference: LV1621 (FS US)
LV1621-WS (WS US)
SF078-0060 (1st FS Japan)
LVG-2118 (UK)
PILF-1203 (2nd FS Japan)
084-796-1 (France)
1990411NL (Netherlands)
PILR-1048 (rental only Japan)
14.03.010 (Germany)
PILF-1768 (WS Japan)
PLFFB-34761 (re-released France)
14.06.010 (Spain)
Year: 2285

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock is the LaserDisc release of Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

ReleasesEdit

Originally released in the US, UK, and Japan in 1985, it was re-released several times in all three countries. The US got a widescreen version in 1991 while Japan got another full-screen version. In 1992, France and the Netherlands had a copy released, and Japan's widescreen version was released as part of the box set Star Trek: The Complete Collection. A rental only copy in Japan an Germany followed the next year. Japan got a widescreen standalone copy in 1994. The UK and Germany got the box set Star Trek - The Screen Voyages in 1996, while France got a standalone re-release. The final copy was in 1998 as part of the box set Star Trek: The Bilingual Collection, which dubbed the film into Japanese for the first time. It was also released at some unknown time in Spain.

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