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Beverly Hills Cop - Triple Feature
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorThe Movieman
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I thought about submitting the Beverly Hills Cop Triple Feature that was released last month. I have the cover scans and everything but I was wondering what kind of info is acceptable. This is not a box set as all three films are contained in a single array DVD case, however all 3 discs are the same as what is in the system for each movie. Do I provide the total runtime? How about features? Or do I treat this like a box set?
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Yes, it's a box set in the sense of the profile. As for case type, I'm not wholly up to date on all the types, but if you think "keep case" is most appropriate then use that. It won't affect the profile being a box set.
On the parent profile, use the title of the box set (Beverley Hills Cop Triple Feature) as the title, and use info that's relevent to the whole thing, so yes, put the total running time etc.
Just be careful to check that the 3 discs may be previous releases repackaged. If they are, link your parent profile to those existing profiles, don't create new ones for each film.
And remember there's a section in the rules dedicated to box sets, so give it a read if you need help deciding what to contribute.
Hope that makes sense!
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Quoting TheMovieman:
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I thought about submitting the Beverly Hills Cop Triple Feature that was released last month. I have the cover scans and everything but I was wondering what kind of info is acceptable. This is not a box set as all three films are contained in a single array DVD case, however all 3 discs are the same as what is in the system for each movie. Do I provide the total runtime? How about features? Or do I treat this like a box set?


By definition it is a box set.  Profile the case as the master.  If the Disc IDs are the same for the individual issues discs then add them to the boxset as contents.
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Thanks for the replies. I'll submit it later tonight...
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If they are the same as the individual releases you can add them by disc ID to the box set but, since it isn't packaged with individual UPC packaged discs.
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