Video and DVD: 1980-89

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
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 This third part of the list collects non-album song performances and interviews by Bob Dylan on VHS video and DVD (and laserdisc where I have information) from 1980 to 1989. I would be grateful for any additional information on these items and other material to place here. Video material included on CD-ROMs or CD Plus discs is still in the main directory in the appropriate part. For 1980s films with Dylan album tracks, see VHS & DVD: Films with Dylan Album Tracks 1980s.

Films are listed by date of original appearance (in theatres or on TV), not when the VHS video or DVD came out, often some years later. This page does not include songs from regular albums that appear in films or videos without performance footage, nor do I include music videos of standard album tracks - for a full Dylan filmography, see "Expecting Rain" or "TV Talkin'"

For informed discussion of all Bob's screen appearances, see C.P. Lee's well-received book "Like A Bullet Of Light".

Thanks to Jean-Pierre Mercier for laserdisc details and catalogue numbers and Michel Pomarede for scans. Thanks also to Larry Crum for checking these entries against his own collection, "Positively Bob Dylan" by Michael Krogsgaard, "Bob Dylan on Video" (article in "Record Collector" magazine, Sep 1992), and several other sources. All scans that aren't credited are from my own collection or amazon.com

If you have any entries to add to the list or additions/corrections to existing entries, please let me know! Please note I cannot value your Dylan rarities - see the Mission page for reasons why. Contact the dealers on my Trading page for assistance!

Fight the much-hated artificial and anti-consumer DVD Region system by making your PC DVD drive and software or your stand-alone DVD player region-free! For more information, see Inmatrix . Everyone can play all CDs worldwide, and it should be the same for DVDs! Also see DVD Codes .

Some studios are fortunately realising that they can maximise sales of individual DVD releases by making them region-free instead of having to manufacture multiple region-specific copies- click on the picture on the right to see the text.

Revised: 19 June, 2017.


Titles in red are not available on a currently released Bob Dylan CD (for these see bobdylan.com )

Key to symbols used:
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Performances currently available on commercial CD are marked by (these are the ones that count as obscurities rather than as rarities)


1984


Various Artists: "The Other Side Of Nashville" - Jul 1984, VHS video: MGM/UA Home Video UMV 10351 (USA), Aug 1984, MGM/UA Home Video SMV 10351 (UK), Oct 1986, Channel 5/Polygram CFM 02542 (UK), Jul 1990; PolyGram Music Video (PMV) HPV 017 (Australia), Aug 1984Laserdisc: MGM/UA Home Video UMLV 10351 (Japan), Jul 1984:

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MGM/UA Home Video UMV 10351 (USA) - VHS front scan by Manfred Helfert

R-0069-2 A Thousand Miles Behind [One Too Many Mornings] - Bob duets with Johnny Cash on this out-take from the Nashville Skyline sessions, 1969

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MGM/UA Home Video UMV 10351 (USA) - VHS spine and rear scan by Manfred Helfert

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MGM/UA Home Video UMLV 10351 (Japan) - laserdisc scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier


PolyGram Music Video (PMV) HPV 017 (Australia) - VHS insert scan by Stuart Moore

This film included footage from the 1969 film Johnny Cash: The Man - His World - His Music (see VHS & DVD 1960s), and also included interviews with Bob's Columbia producer Bob Johnston and the former janitor at Nashville’s Columbia Studios during the Blonde On Blonde sessions: Kris Kristoffersen! It is now out of print.

Thanks to Manfred Helfert for the US VHS scans, additional information and corrections to this entry (it is not a reissue of the Johnny Cash film as originally wrongly reported). For a real audio excerpt, visit Manfred's site . Thanks to Larry Crum for extra release information and to Jean-Pierre Mercier, Michel Pomarede and Stuart Moore for scans.


The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem - "The Story Of The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem" - VHS: Third Floor/Warner Home Video ZZV 9 (UK/Ireland), late 1984; Koch Vision/Shanachie Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 1991/DVD: Koch Entertainment D (catalogue number?) (USA), 20 May 2003:

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Third Floor/Warner Home Video ZZV 9 (UK/Ireland) - front/spine scan by Manfred Helfert
R-0500 Excerpt of interview with Bob talking about the Clancy Brothers by Derek Bailey (director of this film) from Slane Castle, Dublin, 8 Jul 1984

Thanks to Manfred Helfert for this transcript and information: "Well, I'd never heard those kind of songs before. I'd heard them on record but I hadn't heard them close up. All the legendary people they used to sing about -- Brennan on the Moor or Roddy McCorley -- I wasn't aware of them when they existed... but it was as if they'd just existed yesterday."

The documentary ends with The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem singing "The Parting Glass", which inspired Bob's Restless Farewell from The Times They Are A-Changin'.

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Third Floor/Warner Home Video ZZV 9 (UK/Ireland) - rear scan by Manfred Helfert

US 2003 DVD release

The text of the complete 1984 Derek Bailey interview is included in "All Across The Telegraph: A Bob Dylan Handbook" by Michael Gray and John Bauldie (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1987, page 20). It also appears in "Wanted Man: In Search of Bob Dylan" by John Bauldie (Penguin paperback edition, 1992, pages 46-48), but not the hardback edition of this book (Black Spring Press, 1990). The Penguin paperback edition must be compiled from the two earlier hardbacks.

Thanks to Freddy Ordoñez Araque for information about the 2003 US DVD release.


1985


USA For Africa (Various Artists) - "We Are The World - The Story Behind The Song" Apr 1985 - VHS: RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video 60475 (USA), Feb 1986; "We Are The World - The Making Of" - Picture Music International MVP 99 1106 2 (UK), Nov 1985; reissued on PMI's Price Attack label MVA 004, May 1990 (UK); Pony Canyon V30M1818 (Japan), 14 Dec 1988:
This charity song is Bob's only collaboration with Michael Jackson, who died on Friday 26 Jun 2009 at the early age of 50. Thanks to Larry Crum for catalogue numbers. For the USA For Africa audio album and singles, see
1985. For a 2DVD set released in 2005 with extra material, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Pony Canyon V30M1818 (Japan) - front scan by Wil Gielen

R-0164-3 We Are the World (Michael Jackson-Lionel Ritchie) - Bob contributes vocals to charity single (6:22)

R-0358 We Are the World (Michael Jackson-Lionel Ritchie) - Bob contributes vocals to charity single (rehearsal)

The commercial video was immediately deleted after stocks ran out. Apart from the full length video, it contains the process of recording the song including Dylan rehearsing his vocal with Stevie Wonder (information from Rob van Estrik).

The Japanese release has a price of ¥3,000 and has an eight-page insert in English and Japanese.

Thanks to Wil Gielen for information and scans. Scans of the US and UK releases required.


Pony Canyon V30M1818 (Japan) - insert scan by Wil Gielen

Pony Canyon V30M1818 (Japan) - case insert scan by Wil Gielen

Pony Canyon V30M1818 (Japan) - tape scan by Wil Gielen


Pony Canyon V30M1818 (Japan) - tape spine scan by Wil Gielen


USA For Africa (Various Artists) - "We Are The World - The Story Behind The Song" Apr 1985 - Laserdisc: Pony Video G38M0037 (Japan), 1985, reissued as Pony Video G58M0050 (Japan), also 1985; Pioneer Video/Pioneer Artists PA-85-M025 (USA), Apr 1985; VHD disc: Pony Video H58M3016 (Japan), 1985:
For the USA For Africa audio album and singles, see
1985. For a 2DVD set released in 2005 with extra material, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Pony Canyon G38M0037 (Japan) - Laserdisc front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen (first 1985 release)

This double-sided 34 min 8" laserdisc has the Video Event documentary on Side 1, on Side 2 there is a short documentary on Artist Involvement, followed by the single video.

Thanks to Wil Gielen for scans of a unique Japanese VHD release. VHD was a very short-lived format with a magnetic disc similar the "floppy discs" then used on computers. Thanks also to Wil for scans of the two 1985 Japanese Laserdisc releases - both had a two-sided insert in English and Japanese. Both have price ¥3,800. Thanks to Ted Harrington for scans of the US laserdisc.

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Pioneer Video/Pioneer Artists PA-85-M025 (USA) - front scan by Ted Harrington


Pony Canyon G38M0037 (Japan) - Laserdisc rear with obi, scan by Wil Gielen (first 1985 release)


Pony Canyon G38M0037 (Japan) - Laserdisc scan by Wil Gielen (first 1985 release)

Pony Video G58M0050 (Japan) - Laserdisc front with obi (second 1985 release)

Pony Video G58M0050 (Japan) - Laserdisc rear with obi (second 1985 release)

Pony Video G58M0050 (Japan) - Laserdisc scan by Wil Gielen (second 1985 release)
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Pioneer Video/Pioneer Artists PA-85-M025 (USA) - rear scan by Ted Harrington


Pony Video H58M3016 (Japan) - VHD disc front scan by Wil Gielen


Pony Video H58M3016 (Japan) - VHD disc rear scan by Wil Gielen

Pony Video H58M3016 (Japan) - VHD disc front of insert, scan by Wil Gielen

Pony Video H58M3016 (Japan) - VHD disc rear of insert, scan by Wil Gielen

Pony Video H58M3016 (Japan) - VHD disc front of disc, scan by Wil Gielen

USA For Africa ( Various Artists) - "We Are The World - The Story Behind The Song" - DVD release: Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan), 4 Dec 2002; Happinet HMBR-1057 (Japan), Jul 2009:
For the USA For Africa audio album and singles, see
1985. These DVDs contains exactly the same material as the 1985 VHS tapes and laserdiscs above. For 2DVD sets released in 2005 and 2010 with extra material, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan, 2002) - front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen
The 2002 DVD release of the original video has a four-page insert in English and Japanese. The orange obi has price ¥3,600. The copy shown is a promo and has a "SAMPLE" sticker on the rear of the case insert covering the barcode and "SAMPLE" in the clear centre of the DVD itself. The copy shown of the 2009 re-release is still sealed. The black obi has price ¥1,980 (¥1,886 before tax).

Thanks to Wil Gielen for information and scans.


Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan, 2002) - DVD scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)


Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan, 2002) - detail of DVD, scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)


Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan, 2002) - obi scan by Wil Gielen

Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan, 2002) - detail of rear of DVD insert, scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)


Dream Time Video DEBR-13601 (Japan, 2002) - DVD insert scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)


Happinet HMBR-1057 (Japan, 2009) - front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen


Happinet HMBR-1057 (Japan, 2009) - rear with obi, scan by Wil Gielen


Various Artists - Audix Soundware Laserdisc Jukebox Music Video T-06195, 1985:

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Picture from eBay
R-0166-2 Tight Connection To My Heart (edit) - video performance

This laserdisc for video jukeboxes had a white paper sleeve with the track listing on a card as shown.


Artists United Against Apartheid [Various Artists] - "Sun City", VHS: Karl-Lorimar Home Video 012 (USA), Dec 1985; Laserdisc: Karl-Lorimar Home Video SM058-3050 (Japan), Dec 1985:


Karl-Lorimar Home Video 012 (USA) - VHS front scan by Jack Guerreiro


Karl-Lorimar Home Video SM058-3050 (Japan) - Laserdisc front scan by Wil Gielen


Karl-Lorimar Home Video SM058-3050 (Japan) - Laserdisc rear scan by Wi Gielen


Karl-Lorimar Home Video SM058-3050 (Japan) - Laserdisc scan by Wil Gielen


Karl-Lorimar Home Video 012 (USA) - VHS rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


Karl-Lorimar Home Video 012 (USA) - VHS cassette scan by Jack Guerreiro

The video comes in a card slipcase and is now out of print. The Japanese laserdisc has a black obi with price ¥5, 800. It had two inserts, one double-sided and one single-sided, both in English and Japanese. For album and single audio releases see 1985.

R-0171-2 (Ain't Gonna Play) Sun City (Miami Steve Van Zandt) - album version (Side 1 - 7:09)
Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for information that this is the version included, and not the single version as previously listed, also for the scans.

Part of this video comes from The Making Of Sun City, broadcast on MTV in the USA, 13 Nov 1985. Larry Crum adds: "Dylan appears miming his line in Sun City (which is the same as album and single version) and briefly without sound walking down the street in The Making Of Sun City".

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro and Wil Gielen for information and scans.


1986


"Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid" - Director's Cut of 1973 film directed by Sam Peckinpah released 20 Apr 1986, MGM/UA Home Video 51567 (Australia), 1980s; MGM/UA Home Video M201567 (USA, VHS)/ML 102238 (USA, Laserdisc), May 1989; MGM/UA Home Video PES 050159 (UK, VHS), Sep 1991: MGM/UA Home Video SO 50159 (UK, VHS), 1997:
The original 1983 video of this 1972 film (see VHS & DVD 1970s) was withdrawn in 1987 in favour of this "Director's Cut", released to theatres in 1986.


MGM/UA Home Video M201567 (USA) - VHS release, front scan by Jack Guerreiro (1986 Director's Cut)
R-0505 Original music by Bob Dylan (not listed separately) from the Director's Cut not included in the 1973 Columbia soundtrack album

The Director's Cut uses Bob's music very differently from the original theatrical version - for example the vocal version of Knocking On Heaven's Door used in a death scene in the original film is replaced by an instrumental version and is missing from this release! I have used R-0482 for the original music by Bob Dylan on the 1973 film and R-0724 for the original music on both 2006 DVD versions.

Thanks to Jean-Pierre Mercier for the information that the Director's Cut on laserdisc includes the original theatrical trailer, which has a 30 sec approx excerpt of a version of Billy with Terry Paul on harmony vocals unavailable elsewhere.

Larry Crum adds: "I have a slightly different cover than your scan, with a 1 1/4 inch silver band at the top. I believe this is the original release-package design copyright 1989."


MGM/UA Home Video M201567 (USA) - VHS release, rear scan by Jack Guerreiro (1986 Director's Cut)

Warner Home Video PES 50159 (UK): 1991 UK VHS release, insert scan by Hans Seegers (1986 Director's Cut)


Warner Home Video PES 50159 (UK): 1991 UK VHS release, label scan by Hans Seegers (1986 Director's Cut)


Warner Home Video SO 50159 (UK): 1997 UK VHS release of 1986 Director's Cut, insert scan by Hans Seegers (my copy is the same) (1986 Director's Cut)


Warner Home Video SO 50159 (UK): 1997 UK VHS release, inside of insert scan by Hans Seegers (my copy is the same) (1986 Director's Cut)

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Laserdisc MGM/UA Home Video ML 102238 - scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier (1986 Director's Cut)


MGM/UA Home Video M201567 (USA) - VHS release, cassette scan by Jack Guerreiro (1986 Director's Cut)


Warner Home Video SO 50159 (UK): 1997 UK VHS release, alternate label (my copy) (1986 Director's Cut)


Warner Home Video SO 50159 (UK): 1997
UK VHS release, label scan by Hans Seegers (1986 Director's Cut)

MGM/UA Home Video 51567 (Australia) - VHS front scan by Stuart Moore (1986 Director's Cut)


MGM/UA Home Video 51567 (Australia) - VHS tape label scan by Stuart Moore (1986 Director's Cut)


MGM/UA Home Video 51567 (Australia) - VHS insert scan by Stuart Moore (1986 Director's Cut)


MGM/UA Home Video 51567 (Australia) - VHS tape scan by Stuart Moore (1986 Director's Cut)


MGM/UA Home Video 51567 (Australia) - VHS tape spine scan by Stuart Moore (1986 Director's Cut)

Thanks to Jack Guerreiro and Stuart Moore for the US and Australian VHS release scans. Thanks to Freddy Ordoñez Araque for information that a 2DVD set was released in the USA on 10 Jan 2006 with a "2005 Special Edition" version of the film on disc 1 and a "1998 Turner Preview Version" on disc 2  (see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3). Exactly what Dylan music these two versions contain will be added when information is available.

The UK VHS release is 116 mins long, while the US release is 122 mins long. The original cinema release was 103 mins.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for scans of the two UK VHS releases. My copy has the same insert as the 1997 copy submitted by Hans. The 1991 and 1997 dates can be discerned from the date the packaging is copyrighted. Only the 1997 release has the text "Director's Cut", but the earlier release is the same length. My copy of the 1997 UK release of SO 50159 has a different label from the copy owned by Hans. As my copy's label is closer to the 1991 label in design I'd guess Hans' copy is newer than mine - confirmation required.


"Band Of The Hand" - feature film, VHS video release: RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video 60709 (USA), Apr 1986; Columbia Tristar Home Video/Sovereign Multi-Media SOV1 (UK), May 1998; DVD: Columbia Tristar Home Video 08565 (USA), 2003; Tristar Pictures/Sony Pictures/Delphi DNS 11009 (Benelux), 2006; Sony Pictures Entertainment (catalogue number?) (USA), 3 Jul 2012; Blu-ray: Mill Creek Entertainment (catalogue number?) (USA), 27 Jan 2017:
For the Band Of The Hand soundtrack album and associated singles, see 1986. Thanks to Larry Crum for the US VHS catalogue number.


US VHS release, 1986
R-0360 Band Of The Hand - with The Heartbreakers, produced by Tom Petty, movie version
Lyrics on bobdylan.com here

The version of the song that plays over the film credits is longer and has a different mix from the single and soundtrack album version (R-0182). There is also a reprise in the middle of the film, and the song plays again over the closing credits.

This film, set in Florida, was produced by "Miami Vice" producer Michael Mann and directed by "Starsky & Hutch" actor Paul Michael Glaser.

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Columbia/Tristar 08565 (USA) - 2003 DVD release, front scan by Jack Guerreiro


Sony Pictures Entertainment (USA) - 2012 DVD release, front picture from www.amazon.com
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Columbia Tristar Home Video/Sovereign Multi-Media SOV1 (UK) - VHS release insert (my copy)


Columbia Tristar Home Video/Sovereign Multi-Media SOV1 (UK) - VHS cassette (my copy)


Columbia/Tristar 08565 (USA) - 2003 DVD rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

Mill Creek Entertainment (USA) - 2017 Blu-ray release, front picture from www.amazon.com
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Tristar Pictures/Sony Pictures/Delphi DNS 11009 (Benelux) - 2006 DVD release, insert scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux
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Tristar Pictures/Sony Pictures/Delphi DNS 11009 (Benelux) - 2006 DVD release, disc scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux

Columbia/Tristar 08565 (USA) - 2003 DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro

Mill Creek Entertainment (USA) - 2017 Blu-ray release, rear picture from www.amazon.com

This film, now described as an "infamous 1980s crime thriller" was released on DVD in the USA in 2003. The liner notes say: "Producer Michael Mann (Ali, The Insider) delivers an action-packed dose of high-octane fun in this infamous 1980s crime thriller, Band Of The Hand. Directed by Paul Michael Glaser (TV's Starsky & Hutch), the cast features awesome performances by future stars Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix), Lauren Holly (What Women Want), Leon (Above the Rim), James Remar (TV's Sex and the City), and James Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch). The killer retro soundtrack features the title track performed by Bob Dylan backed by Tom Petty's Heartbreakers. While serving time in a gruelling rehab program in Florida's Everglades, five young felons bond together to form an unlikely union. When they return to Miami's dangerous ghetto, the five former criminals wage a lethal war on the drug kingpins who rule the underworld of murder and mayhem. Band Of The Hand goes for the jugular, never once loosening its grip until its heart-stopping climax!"

The film was later released on DVD in the USA in 2012, and on Blu-ray by Mill Creek Entertainment on 27 Jan 2017.

Thanks to Tim Dunn for information about the USA DVD and to Jack Guerreiro for the scans. Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for scans of the 2006 Benelux release, the DVD itself has catalogue number E-11009-ST and is dated 2005.


Bob Dylan with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - "Hard to Handle" - HBO TV broadcast (USA), 20 Jun 1986; Laserdisc: CBS/Sony 78 LP 106 (Japan), Oct 1986; CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 (Japan), 21 Dec 1988, reissued 1989; VHS: CBS/Fox Music Video 3502 (USA), Oct 1986/Virgin Music Video VVD 182 (UK/Poland), Feb 1987; CBS/Sony 35 ZP 118 (Japan) 1988:
Thanks to "Isis" 181 for information that Hard To Handle, previously available only on long out-of-print VHS and laserdisc releases, was prepared by Sony Music for a DVD release, but finally cancelled because Sony execs believe that people don't buy music DVDs any more! This is of course, stupid. The Rolling Stones have just released a concert filmed live at the Marquee in London from 1971 on DVD and Blu-ray, and released videos of concerts from 1975 and 1981 in 2014. People who watch everything on their smartphones may not buy music DVDs, but Dylan and Stones fans, of whom there are more than enough to make these releases commercially successful, do buy them! Time to rethink that decision, Sony!


CBS/Fox Music Video 3502 (USA) - VHS release
This HBO Special from the 1986 Australian tour with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers was recorded in Sydney, Australia, 24 & 25 Feb 1986, broadcast 20 Jun 1986, and also released on VHS and on laserdisc. Thanks to Larry Crum for the US catalogue number and release dates. For details of the associated Westwood One radio broadcast, see 1986. For probably unauthorised DVD releases from Brazil, etc., see Questionable Video Releases. HandleLD.jpg (31225 bytes)
CBS/Sony 78 LP 106 laserdisc (Japan, 1986) - front with red/blue obi, scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier (price ¥7,800)


CBS/Sony 78 LP 106 laserdisc (Japan, 1986) - red/blue obi scan by Wil Gielen (price ¥7,800)


CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1989) - black/white obi scan by
Wil Gielen (price ¥3,500)

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CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1989) - black/white obi scan by Hans Seegers
(price ¥3,399)


CBS/Sony 78 LP 106 laserdisc (Japan, 1986) -
Side 1 scan by Wil Gielen


CBS/Sony 78 LP 106 laserdisc (Japan, 1986) -
detail of obi, scan by Wil Gielen
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CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1988/89) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1988/89) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1988/89) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS/Sony 78 VP 106 VHD format disc (Japan, 1986) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS/Sony 78 VP 106 VHD format disc (Japan, 1986) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

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CBS/Sony 78 VP 106 VHD format disc (Japan, 1986) - disc jacket scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony 78 VP 106 VHD format disc (Japan, 1986) - spine scan by Hans Seegers


CBS/Sony 35 ZP 118 (Japan, 1989) - VHS release scan found by Moise Potié (price ¥3,378 - ¥3,280 plus sales tax)


CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1988) - front with black/white obi, scan by
Wil Gielen (price ¥3,500)

CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1988) - detail of obi, scan by
Wil Gielen


CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1989) - front with black/white obi, scan by Hans Seegers
(price ¥3,399)


CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 laserdisc (Japan, 1989) - detail of obi, scan by Hans Seegers

CBS/Sony 35 ZP 118 (Japan, 1989) - front of VHS release, scan by Wil Gielen


CBS/Sony 35 ZP 118 (Japan, 1989) - rear of VHS release, scan by Wil Gielen

The VHS release CBS/Sony 35 ZP 188 was released twice, first in 1986 before the introduction of sales tax in Japan with price ¥3,500 (the "35" in the catalogue number indicated the price), and secondly in 1989 after the introduction of sales tax with price ¥3,378 (¥3,280 plus sales tax). Both copies shown are from 1989. Wil Gielen's copy shown is still sealed.
CBS/Sony 35 ZP 118 (Japan, 1989) - detail of spine of VHS release, scan found by Moise Potié
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Virgin Music Video VVD 182 (UK) - VHS release (my copy)


Virgin Music Video VVD 182 (UK) - VHS release tape label


Virgin Music Video VVD 182 (UK) - VHS release tape


Virgin Music Video VVD 182/Adwi Video AL 234 (Poland) - VHS release with Adwi Video stickers, scan by Janusz Weselski

Virgin Music Video VVD 182/Adwi Video AL 234 (Poland) - Adwi Video sticker scan by Janusz Weselski

Virgin Music Video VVD 182/Adwi Video AL 234 (Poland) - VHS release tape label scan by Janusz Weselski

Virgin Music Video VVD 182/Adwi Video AL 234 (Poland) - VHS release tape scan by Janusz Weselski

Janusz Weselski's VHS copy was bought in Poland and has the same outside insert as my UK Virgin Music Video VVD 182 VHS copy. It has two stickers from Polish company Adwi Video on the spine and rear. The VHS cassette itself has an Adwi Video label with catalogue number AL 234.

R-0172 In The Garden - 24 Feb 1986
R-0173 Just Like A Woman - 24 Feb 1986
R-0174 Like A Rolling Stone - 25 Feb 1986
R-0175 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - 25 Feb 1986
R-0176 Girl Of The North Country - 24 Feb 1986
R-0177 Lenny Bruce - 25 Feb 1986
R-0178 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky - 24 Feb 1986
R-0179 Ballad Of A Thin Man - 24 Feb 1986
R-0180 I'll Remember You - 24 Feb 1986
R-0181 Knockin' On Heaven's Door - 25 Feb 1986

Excerpts from R-074 and R-0181 are included in the 2007 Tom Petty documentary Runnin' Down A Dream, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 4.

Thanks to Hans Seegers for scans of a unique Japanese VHD format disk, CBS/Sony 78 VP 106 from 1986. VHD was a very short-lived format with a magnetic disc similar to the "floppy discs" then used on computers. For another VHD disc, see We Are The World above.

Shown are scans of three Japanese laserdiscs: CBS/Sony 78 LP 106 from 1986, CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 from 1989, and CBS/Sony 35 LP 118 from 1989. The 1986 release comes with a 4-page insert in English and Japanese, page 4 is blank. The price was ¥7,800 (the "78" in the catalogue number indicates the price). The 1988 and 1989 releases come with a different 4-page insert in English and Japanese, page 4 is not blank. The 1988 price was ¥3,500 (again, the "35" in the catalogue number indicates the price). Both these releases were before sales tax was introduced in Japan. The 1989 price was ¥3,399 (¥3,300 plus sales tax).


Virgin Music Video 10025 (France) - VHS release, insert scan by Dag Braathen
Thanks to Dag Braathen for scans of the Virgin Music Video French VHS release. The tape label text is in French, but the insert is identical to my UK copy apart from the catalogue number.
Virgin Music Video 10025 (France) - VHS release, tape label scan by Dag Braathen


Virgin Music Video 10025 (France) - VHS release, detail of insert scan by Dag Braathen


Virgin Music Video VVD 182 (UK) - VHS release, detail of insert (my copy)

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Michel Pomarede, Jean-Pierre Mercier, Moise Potié, Wil Gielen and Dag Braathen for information and scans.


1987


"The Fabulous 60s Vol.7 - 1966" - VHS: MPI Media MP 1337 (also available as part of 10 tape boxed set MP 7114) (USA), 1987:
This video can be purchased from MPI Home Video


MPI Media MP 1337 (USA) - picture from MPI Home Video

R-0506-2 Excerpt from interview with Bob at Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 16 Dec 1965, also used in the 1979 video Heroes Of Rock & Roll (see VHS & DVD 1970s)

For the complete interview, R-0608, see Interviews with Bob. Excepts from this interview (all listed as R-0506) were used in these video documentaries:

Thanks to Larry Crum for information about this item. I previously listed R-0319, the 1966 live performance with The Hawks of I Don't Believe You, as part of this documentary - thanks to Larry I now know this is not included : "This contains NO Dylan music (my copy at least), only the interview segment (R-0506) about the number of protest singers where Dylan answers "about 136" and "either 136 or 142"."


Bob Dylan, Fiona and Rupert Everett - "Hearts Of Fire" - Lorimar feature film, 9 Oct 1987, VHS video release: Warner Home Video (USA); Lorimar/Guild Home Video 8519 (UK), Apr 1988, reissued May 1989; Laserdisc release: Warner Home Video ID5252LO (USA/Japan), 1990:
This film has never been released on DVD (DVD releases that appear online are unauthorised copies of the VHS release or taken from a TV broadcast). It was released on laserdisc but I have never seen a copy. The film was sadly the last by acclaimed director Richard Marquand - it's by no means up to his usual standards, but Bob acquits himself well enough as an ageing rock star! For the audio soundtrack see 1987.

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Warner Home Video
VHS 446 (USA) - US VHS release
R-0557 The Usual (John Hiatt) - version exclusive to the feature film (the R-0191 soundtrack album version has horns overdubbed and is slightly longer)

R-0558 Had A Dream About You, Baby - Bob shares verses with Fiona (the R-0193 soundtrack album version has Bob only)

R-0559 The Usual (John Hiatt) - second appearance in the film, played while auditioning the drummer who appears on the cover of the West German VHS copy (below right)


Novel of screenplay


UK film poster, picture from www.amazon.co.uk


Rupert Everett, Fiona and Bob - photo signed by Bob, thanks to Nitish Dixit

R-0451 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky - excerpt from 1985 promo video for Empire Burlesque single directed by Dave Stewart, for more information see  

R-0192-2 Night After Night - same version as soundtrack album

R-0361 A Couple More Years (Shel Silverstein/Dennis Locorierre) - about a minute of this cover of a Dr Hook song is used in the film (with clucking chickens!)

Thanks to Harold Lepidus for the information the film also contains a short excerpt from the 1972 release Concert For Bangladesh, see VHS & DVD 1970s.


Guild Home Video 8519 (UK) - VHS preview cassette, scan by Kenny Matthew

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Guild Home Video 8519 (UK) - VHS release insert (my rental copy)


Guild Home Video 8519 (UK) - VHS release cassette (my rental copy)

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Lorimar West German VHS release - scan by Manfred Helfert

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Warner Home Video ID5252LO (USA/Japan) - laserdisc front scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier


Guild Home Video 8519 (UK) - insert scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux (commercial copy)


Guild Home Video 8519 (UK) - cassette scan by Jean-Pol Hiernaux (commercial copy)

Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for scans of his UK VHS copy, which has a barcode on the insert, mine doesn't because it's a rental copy. Thanks also to Larry Crum pointing out the differences between the versions of The Usual and Had A Dream About You, Baby in this film and the soundtrack album, resulting in new R- numbers.

Thanks to Manfred Helfert for the scan of the "truly awful" cover of the West German VHS release! (Thanks too to Larry Crum for reminding me it depicts the actor playing Bob's drummer, obviously channelling Animal from the Muppets.) Thanks also to Larry for information that the Hearts of Fire VHS tape was not released in 1988 (at least in the USA).  According to Tim Dunn's book "The Bob Dylan Copyright Files": "There was no American theatrical release but, eventually, the film entered the U.S. home video market.  A VHS promotional videocassette was distributed by Lorimar Home Video in anticipation of its 27 April 1988 release, but the date was changed to September 14th before it dropped off the schedule until 25 April 1990 (Warner Home Video [VHS 446, laser disc ID5252LO]); it has not been made available on DVD."  Larry's US copy (like the one pictured above) has a copyright date of 1990 on the back. According to Wikipedia it was re-released on VHS on 6 December 1993.


Screenshot from iTunes UK
Thanks to Dag Braathen for finding in Dec 2011 that the film can be downloaded from the iTunes UK Music Store.

1988


Various Artists - "Sixties Mix USA", Stylus Video SV 0855/2 (UK), May 1988:
This video was deleted in 1990.

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Stylus Video SV 0855/2 (UK) - scan by Barry Dunnings

This video contains a clip of Bob singing Mr. Tambourine Man. Larry informs me that the sound is from the album version, while the visuals look as if they're from Don't Look Back. He adds: "The audio is not quite perfectly in sync with the video. Also the video cuts away to stills of Bob from different eras while some lines of trivia appear on the screen.  There is even some polite applause dubbed over the end of the song. The live footage only lasts about 1 minute 20 seconds."

Thanks to Larry Crum for information about this item and to Barry Dunnings for the scan.


Various Artists - "Rock 'N' Roll - The Greatest Years: 1963 - Buy It And Boogie", VHS: The Video Collection VC 4054 (UK)/Laserdisc: Videoarts VAL-3106 (Japan), Sep 1988:
Scans of the UK release required!

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Videoarts VAL-3106 (Japan) - front scan by Hans Seegers
R-0077-4 Blowin' In The Wind - from the 1972 release The Concert For Bangladesh (see VHS & DVD 1970s), recorded live with George Harrison, Leon Russell and Ringo Starr, Madison Square Garden, New York, 1 Aug 1971 (evening show)

This is obviously a wrong year recording that has been used in this video - photos from the packaging shown in the Sep 1992 "Record Collector" article mentioned at the top of this page include a picture of Bob from this performance!

Thanks to Dag Braathen and Larry Crum for information about this item. Larry says: "I have a US video from 1992 with this same title (different packaging) that contains no Dylan but does have 11 out of 16 tracks in common with the UK version. Perhaps copyright problems prevented the Dylan track from being included. However, I have now seen the Japanese release of this video, and it does contain the Bangladesh version of Blowin' In The Wind."

Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and scans of the Japanese laserdisc, which also contains Blowin' In The Wind, and has a yellow front information sticker but no obi. The artwork doesn't include the 1971 picture of Bob.

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Videoarts VAL-3106 (Japan) - rear scan by Hans Seegers

Various Artists - "Rolling Stone: 20 Years Of Rock 'N' Roll", VHS: MGM/UA (USA), 1988; "Rolling Stone: 20 Years Of Rock" Castle Hendring CASH 5022 (UK), Oct 1989; Polygram Video (mainland Europe), 1989; Virgin VIR 314 (Australia), (date?); Castle Hendring HEN 2 315 (UK), 1991; Laserdisc: Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3036 (Japan), 1988:
UK video scans required! This release is in mono, even the laserdisc! The European VHS release was retitled just Rolling Stone: 20 Years Of Rock.

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Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3036 Laserdisc (Japan) - obi scan by Hans Seegers

R-0245 Tangled Up in Blue - video clip of live version from Renaldo and Clara, Boston, MA, 21 Nov 1975, evening show
This video clip later appeared in the CD+ version of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. 3, 1995, and on a bonus DVD included with the Limited Edition of The Bootleg Series Vol. 5 - Bob Dylan Live 1975: The Rolling Thunder Revue, see 2002.

According to Artur Jarosinski, the clip is edited to around 2 minutes, with a voice over during the instrumental parts and harmonica solo, and between the verses you can see Lou Reed talking.

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Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3036 Laserdisc (Japan) with obi - scan by Michel Pomarede for Jean-Pierre Mercier

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Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3036 Laserdisc (Japan) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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MGM/UA M201454 (USA/NTSC) -VHS insert

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Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3036 Laserdisc (Japan) - rear scan by Hans Seegers
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Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3036 Laserdisc (Japan) - Side 1 scan by Hans Seegers


Polygram Video 632 648 3 (Europe/PAL) - scan by Artur Jarosinski


Virgin VIR 314 (Australia) - VHS front scan by Stuart Moore


Virgin VIR 314 (Australia) - VHS insert scan by Stuart Moore


Virgin VIR 314 (Australia) - VHS tape spine, scan by Stuart Moore

The other Dylan content in this video consists of the chorus lines of Like A Rolling Stone, with about 30 seconds of an instrumental version specially done for the film (presumably with no involvement by Bob), and a cover of Maggie's Farm by U2.

Thanks to Larry Crum for VHS catalogue numbers. Larry's US copy is MGM/UA M201454 as shown above, which dates the film as 1987, and has packaging copyright 1990, so what's shown above may not be the original US release - more information on copies required! Thanks to Hans Seegers for the further information and scans of the Japanese laserdisc. Thanks to Stuart Moore for scans of the Australian tape release, titled Rolling Stone Presents 20 Years Of Rock 'N' Roll on the insert, but History Of The Rolling Stone on the tape spine label.


John Lennon - "Imagine: John Lennon - The Definitive Film Portrait" - VHS release: Warner Home Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 1988; DVD release: Warner Home Video 72655 (USA), 2005:


Warner Home Video 72655 (USA) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro

There are three clips of Bob in the video of John Lennon's song God. These are from a 1966 interview, on stage in 1966 from Eat The Document (see VHS & DVD 1960s) and on stage at the 1969 Isle Of Wight Festival. The clips are minus their original sound.

For the 1992 John Lennon Video Collection which also includes these clips, see VHS & DVD 1990s.

Thanks to Freddy Ordoñez Araque for information and to Jack Guerreiro for scans.


Warner Home Video 72655 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

Warner Home Video 72655 (USA) - DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro
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US VHS release

US VHS release - alternate cover

Various Artists - 1988 documentary film "A Vision Shared: A Tribute To Woody Guthrie And Lead Belly"- VHS release: Sony Music Video 490062 (USA), 1988/CMV Enterprises 01-049006-81 (UK), 1989; Laserdisc release: CBS/Sony 42LP 114 (Japan)/Columbia Music Video CMV 6632CB (USA), 1988; DVD release: CMV/Legacy CVD-49006 (USA), Oct 2000:
This documentary film is narrated by Robbie Robertson. Unaccountably, Bob's performance of Woody's Pretty Boy Floyd from the 1988 Columbia soundtrack album (see 1988) is missing!


CMV/Legacy CVD-49006 (USA) - US DVD release

R-0315-2 Song To Woody - excerpt from album version
Bob does not actually appear in the film performing this song, it plays over a series of stills in disc chapter 18 "Bob Dylan & Woody" as part of an interview recorded for this project with Bob talking to Ralph Rinzler about Woody Guthrie. Thanks to Larry Crum for the Sep 1992 UK "Record Collector" article listing this item. For a Columbia US audio promo album containing R-0315, see 1988.

Before the song Bob says: "Woody was like a particular sound and besides that he said something that seemed to be needed to be said, to go along with his sound. I like the way he played to say and I like the things that he said when he sang".

Over the complete version of the song, Bob says: "I started singing his songs. There was a time I did nothing but his songs. He's written so many and I knew them all! I think I  was a Woody Guthrie jukebox! I was completely taken over by him. By the spirit or whatever. I mean, he had so much to give, you know. He was like a link in the chain for me. You could listen to his songs and actually learn how to live. I think he did a whole lot more then he ever knew he did" (Thanks to Hans Seegers for transcript.)


CMV/Legacy CVD-49006 (USA) - front with sticker, scan by Jack Guerreiro

CMV/Legacy CVD-49006 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

US VHS release - front scan by David Plentus

US VHS release - back scan by David Plentus
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Columbia Music Video CMV 6632CB Laserdisc (Japan for USA) - front scan by Hans Seegers

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Columbia Music Video CMV 6632CB Laserdisc (Japan for USA) - rear scan by Hans Seegers


CMV/Legacy CVD-49006 (USA) - front sticker scan by Jack Guerreiro

CBS/Sony 42LP 114 Laser disc (Japan) - front with obi, scan by Wil Gielen

CBS/Sony 42LP 114 Laser disc (Japan) - rear with obi, scan by Wil Gielen (promo release)

CBS/Sony 42LP 114 Laser disc (Japan) - detail of rear, scan by Wil Gielen (promo release)

CBS/Sony 42LP 114 Laser disc (Japan) - disc scan by Wil Gielen (promo release)


CBS/Sony 42LP 114 Laser disc (Japan) - detail of disc, scan by Wil Gielen (promo release)


CMV/Legacy CVD-49006 (USA) - DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro

The UK VHS release was deleted in 1992. The US laserdisc shown was manufactured in Japan for release in the USA and Canada. The Japanese laserdisc shown is a promo, with a pink promo sticker on the rear sleeve and Japanese characters indicating a promo on the disc itself below "CD VIDEO LD" and "JASRAC". There is a buff coloured obi with black text with price ¥4, 200 (this is the meaning of the "42" in the catalogue number "42LP 114"). It has a four-page insert in English and Japanese.

Thanks to Hans Seegers, Ole Lien and Paul Read for information and to David Plentus, Hans Seegers, Wil Gielen and Jack Guerreiro for scans.


Traveling Wilburys - "Handle With Care" - promo NTSC VHS video, Warner Bros (no catalogue number) (USA), 24 Oct 1988:

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Front of slipcase, photo by Jon McAuliffe
R-0328-3 Handle With Care (The Traveling Wilburys) - album version of track from The Traveling Wilburys Volume One on  promo video

This promo NTSC VHS video in a generic slipcase from Warner Bros has the date "10-24-88". The slipcase is cut away to show the tape label.

For more occurrences of this Wilburys rarity see The Traveling Wilburys.

Thanks to Jon McAuliffe for information and photos.

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Tape label photo by Jon McAuliffe

1989


"Backtrack" also known as "Catchfire" (UK) and "Do It The Hard Way" (Australia) - feature film (USA), 1989; VHS video: Avid Home Entertainment (catalogue number?) (USA), 1990/"Director's Cut" by Dennis Hopper, Vestron Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 1992/First Independent VA 20125 (UK), May 1991; reissued as VA 30226, Apr 1992 (UK); DVD: Artisan Entertainment 11711 (USA), Apr 2001/Columbia Tri-Star Home Video ARD 11015 (UK), Jun 2001/Columbia Tri-Star 786673 (France), Sep 2002:


US VHS release (theatrical version)

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US VHS release (1992 "Director's Cut" by Dennis Hopper)


UK VHS release "Catchfire" (now deleted)

Bob makes an uncredited cameo appearance as an chainsaw wielding "sculptor" in this film starring Dennis Hopper and Jodie Foster (see the top pf this page for picture). He is on screen for only a couple of minutes, although he has a few lines of dialogue.

The film was directed by Dennis Hopper, although the theatrical version is now credited to "Alan Smithee" because of disputed cuts made by the studio. In the UK and USA Hopper had his name now only on the out-of-print "Director's Cut". The UK DVD is sadly the edited version, although Bob's contribution remains in full!

Thanks to Larry Crum for the information.

Thanks also to Franck Faugere for the scans of the French DVD, which is 101 mins as opposed to 95 mins for the UK version. Dennis Hopper is listed as the director, and Bob is credited on the front of the jacket! I'm told the original Hopper version was substantially longer than this, however.

For Bob's appearance in another Dennis Hopper film, Flashback, see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 1.

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Artisan 11711 (USA) DVD release, picture from amazon.com

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Artisan ARD 11015 (UK) - DVD release "Catchfire" (95 mins) (my copy)


Artisan ARD 11015 (UK) - reverse of insert


Artisan 11711 (USA) - DVD rear scan by Jack From Canada
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French DVD release "Catchfire" (front of insert) - scan by Franck Faugere

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French DVD release "Catchfire" (101 mins), Bob is credited on the front - scan by Franck Faugere

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French DVD release "Catchfire" (rear of insert) - scan by Franck Faugere


Artisan ARD 11015 (UK) - DVD


Artisan 11711 (USA) - DVD scan by Jack From Canada


"Tour Europeo - Arena Di Verona" - live performance broadcast by Italian TV, Retequattro, June 1984, Italian commercial video (studio?) (catalogue number?), Jun 1989:
This video was legal in Italy at the time of release; however Larry Crum informs me it is almost certainly unauthorised. For a longer entry, see Questionable Video.

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"Bob Dylan" - Avofilm release without Q-0029, scan by Andrea Brillo
The first two songs on this video were recorded at the Arena Di Verona, Italy, on 28 May 1984, the remaining four on the following night, 29 May 1984.

Q-0024 Jokerman
Q-002
5 All Along The Watchtower
Q-0026 Like A Rolling Stone
Q-0027 The Times They Are A-Changin'
Q-0028 Blowin' In The Wind
Q-0029 Tombstone Blues

Thanks to Glen Dundas for information and to Andrea Brillo for information and scan.


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