The following are examples of the kind of content to be featured in DVD Confidential: Hundreds of Hidden Easter Eggs Revealed. The Godfather DVD Collection There are many eggs buried deep inside Paramount Home Video's "The Godfather DVD Collection". From the main menu, select the 'SetUp' section and then tap the Right button on the DVD remote. A globe will now appear on the screen. Now press Enter (or 'Select' on some DVD players) and enjoy this humorous collage of famous Godfather scenes - but in multiple languages as seen throughout the world. Want to know what "Ba-da-boom" sounds like in German? A second egg can be found in the 'Galleries' section of the disc. Scroll down to 'DVD Credits' and press Enter. Now, click 'Next' four times to be treated to a hidden clip from "The Sopranos" as Tony & co. attempt to watch a bootleg version of "The Godfather" on DVD! Try to find the other eggs on this DVD set: one is James Caan's screen test as Sonny Corleone; the other features author Mario Puzo as he tells Francis Ford Coppola why he wrote "The Godfather" over a game of pool. Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace There are a number of clever eggs well-hidden on LucasFilm/Fox Home Video's DVD release of "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace", including undocumented deleted scenes and a handy THX audio and video setup screen. But the finest egg is a reel of amusing out takes. Here's how to access it: On the first disc, go to the 'Options' menu and type '1138' using your remote control (one of Lucas' first films was "THX 1138"). On some DVD players you may have to press '10+', then '1', and then '3' and '8'. Now, sit back and enjoy an entertaining two-minute out take reel. Who knew R2D2 had such problems keeping upright?
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 25th September 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.29