"Searching For A Gem"

Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities

Video and DVD: 2003-04

All the songs listed in the Official Rarities section are cross-referenced by song title in these alphabetical pages.
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Bob in Civil War disguise from the video of 'Cross The Green Mountain from the 2003 DVD release of Gods And Generals

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This second part of the 2000s list collects non-album song performances and interviews by Bob Dylan on VHS video and DVD (and laserdisc where I have information) from 2003-04. 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. Unauthorised documentaries or compilations of performance footage are now included in Questionable Video. For 2003-04 films with Dylan album tracks, see VHS & DVD: Films with Dylan Album Tracks 2000s Part 1.

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: 30 January, 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)


2003


"Rock 'N' Roll Forever" + "Rock 'N' Roll Revolution" [Various] - 2 DVD/VHS set, Ed Sullivan Show (catalogue numbers?) (USA), 2003:


US DVD release - Region 1
Even though Bob never actually appeared on the Ed Sullivan show (because they wouldn't let him perform John Birch Society Paranoid Blues), this compilation of 1960s clips from the show includes him! Hans Seegers informs me that the Dylan content is an interview clip (when asked how many folk protest singers there are Bob replies "136":

R-0506-5 Excerpt from interview with Bob at Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 16 Dec 1965

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:

R-0319-9 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - recorded with the Hawks at Edinburgh, Scotland, 20 May 1966, from the unreleased documentary "Eat The Document", see VHS & DVD 1960s.

Both R-0506 and R-0319 were also used in the 1979 video Heroes Of Rock & Roll (see VHS & DVD 1970s), and the 1987 video - The Fabulous 60s Vol. 7 (see VHS & DVD 1980s).

R-0319 also appears in the 1994 Robbie Robertson video Going Home (see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 1, and in the 1996 boxed sets The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll and Dancing In The Street (for both see VHS & DVD 1990s Part 2). It is now included in the 50th Anniversary Collection 1965, see 2015.

Thanks to Hans Seegers and Harold Lepidus for information. Thanks to Larry Crum for the information that the excerpt of R-0319 shown here includes "the ENTIRE last verse, but not the instrumental break included in the Going Home VHS release."


US VHS release - NTSC

Joni Mitchell - "A Woman Of Heart And Mind: A Life Story" - documentary shown on PBS in the "American Masters "series, USA, DVD: Red Distribution Inc (catalogue number?) (USA), 3 Jun 2003:
Thanks to Harold Lepidus for information about this item.


US DVD release
Joni Mitchell is of course Canadian! (A long-standing friend of mine was at school with her in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, when she was Roberta Joan Anderson.) This 92 min documentary contains some footage of Dylan at Newport and from Don't Look Back. For the 1967 film, see VHS & DVD 1960s, for the 2000 DVD release see above. There is also a scene where Joni sings along to Bob's record of Positively 4th Street. Both are in the segment called "Greenwich Village/Laurel Canyon".

Fred Muller says: "About 20 minutes in, there's a brief portion in which she mentions Dylan and how "Positively 4th Street" opened the doors to songwriters:  now they could write about anything. On the soundtrack one hears the first lines of Bob's single with Joni emulating it - I think the two recordings were superimposed afterward.  On-screen there are snippets from "Don't Look Back" (Dylan at the typewriter, side-on and from behind) and of him in his Newport polka-dot shirt. I'd guess the latter few seconds come from the soundcheck footage in the "Festival!" documentary. This whole sequence lasts about 30 seconds."


US DVD (my copy)

Thanks to Fred Muller and Keith Cattell for the screenshots below of Bob at Newport and from Don't Look Back. For the 2005 Joni Mitchell Collector's Edition 2DVD set including this DVD, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Martin Carthy - "Martin Carthy: English Roots" - documentary shown on BBC4 in the UK, 2003(?)

Fred Muller says: "I was given a supply of videotapes last month, mostly recorded from BBC4. One of them has Dylan content: the one-hour programme called "Martin Carthy: English Roots" has, about 15 minutes in, a short segment in which Martin walks around the Troubadour in London, mentioning people he saw there in the early 60s. When he mentions Dylan, we see Bob performing one verse of "With God On Our Side" with the fake farm backdrop. Then Martin relates that, whenever he's asked if he ever played with Bob, has replied "no" and confirms that he taught "Scarborough Fair" to Bob. However, he tells that, recently, some Dylan "freaks" interviewed him about Bob and again he denied ever performing with him.  They thereupon produced a black-and-white picture (which we see) which shows Dylan onstage in the Troubadour with Carthy playing in the rear of the stage. Martin thereupon tells us that he must have performed with Bob, but "there was an awful lot of smoke hanging around which is why I've forgotten about it".

I don't know when this was broadcast or whether it's available for purchase but, judging by the age of the material in it and the similar Richard Thompson, Robert Wyatt and Emmylou Harris documentaries, I'd say they were made round about 2003."


"Gods And Generals" - movie released in the USA in Feb 2003, DVD: Warner Home Video 23413/VHS: Warner Home Video 23296 (USA), 15 Jul 2003:
"Gods And Generals" is the prequel to "Gettysburg" by the same director, Ron Maxwell, both based on novels by Jeff M. Shaara. For more information, see . Thanks to Tim Dunn for the US catalogue numbers. This DVD is double sided (the film is four hours long) so has no label design, and comes in a card case with black plastic edges and a plastic holder for the DVD itself.


Tape label picture from eil.com
Thanks to Jean-Pol Hiernaux for information about AristoMedia Country Compilation Reel #27, a five song promo NTSC video tape from AristoMedia of Nashville, TN, dated 28 Jan 2003. It contains R-0601 plus Going Home by Mary Fahl from this film. The tape is in a generic card slipcase.
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The film poster

R-0603 'Cross The Green Mountain - second edit of original song from film version of Gods And Generals, Feb 2003 (3:38)

Thanks to "LostTreeLane" and Gino Galvez for the information that the song is edited. "LostTreeLane" adds: "I just saw Gods And Generals and thought I'd let you know that, interestingly, when 'Cross The Green Mountain plays over the closing credits, it's neither the full length version nor the video edit. It's yet another cut somewhere in between the two: after the "avenging God" line, it goes directly into the final verse: "I'm ten miles outside the city"."

As the film is 219 mins long, the DVD is double-sided, with the film and extras on both sides. Side 1 of the DVD also contains this video as well as :

R-0601-3 'Cross The Green Mountain - edit of original song from video (3:10)

This video was recorded in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, on 23 Nov 2002.

Thanks to Harold Lepidus for the information that an "advance screener" of this DVD was being distributed in early Jun 2003 by Warner Home Video - this has no artwork in the packaging or on the DVD itself, and no extras.

For details of the film soundtrack album with the full 8:12 version of the song (R-0586), see 2003. The full version of 'Cross The Green Mountain was released in Oct 2008 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare And Unreleased 1989-2006, see here. This means R-0586 has ceased to be a rarity. R-0601 and R-0603 remain rarities.

Thanks to Juergen Wasser for scans of the Russian release of this film. This is in English with Russian subtitles. Thanks also to Stanislav Tomik for scans of the Czech Republic/Slovakia release and to Jack Guerreiro for scans of the US DVD double feature including the previous film "Gettysburg" (which is later chronologically).
 


Warner Home Video 23413 (USA) - US DVD release (my copy)

Warner Home Video 23413 (USA) - outside of US DVD release


Warner Home Video 23413 (USA) - inside of US DVD release with DVD


Czech Republic/Slovakia DVD release - outside scan by Stanislav Tomik


Russian DVD release, outside scan by Juergen Wasser


Russian DVD release, inside scan by Juergen Wasser


Czech Republic/Slovakia DVD release - inside scan by Stanislav Tomik

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War Double Feature - "Gettysburg"/"Gods And Generals" US 2DVD set, front scan by Jack Guerreiro
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War Double Feature - "Gettysburg"/"Gods And Generals" US 2DVD set, rear scan by Jack Guerreiro

Bob in 'Cross The Green Mountain video (R-0601) in period dress with a wig and beard!


Warner Home Video 23413 (Australia) - outside of insert, scan by Stuart Moore (Region 4)

Warner Home Video 23413 (Australia) - inside of insert, scan by Stuart Moore (Region 4)

Warner Home Video 23413 (Australia) - disc scan by Stuart Moore (Region 4)

Warner Home Video 2011 US Blu-ray Extended Director's Cut, picture from Warner Bros Shop web-site

Thanks to Stuart Moore for scans of the Australian DVD release which has the same catalogue number as the US release, but a different DVD insert design. The double-sided disc is similar to the US disc. Bob Dylan's 'Cross The Green Mountain music video is included in the Special Features.

Thanks to Dag Braathen for information that an Extended Directors Cut of Gods And Generals was released by Warner Home Video on two Blu-ray discs in 2011. The original film was four hours long, and this version is five hours long! I assume the Dylan content is the same.


"Masked And Anonymous" - movie released in the USA by Sony Pictures Classics on 25 Jul 2003; DVD (Region 1): Sony Pictures Classics 01443 (USA), 17 Feb 2004; VHS (NTSC): Sony Pictures Classics 01441 (USA), 17 Feb 2004; DVD (Region 2): BBC Video BBCDVD 1511 (UK), 10 May 2004, Monolith Video DVD 206 (Poland), 19 May 2004; MiB 1653 (Germany), 2005; Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2003/2005:


"Masked And Anonymous" - film poster
The soundtrack album was released in the USA on 22 Jul 2003. The Columbia soundtrack album has not been included on the bobdylan.com albums page, so qualifies for the Rarities list, see 2003. For the official movie web-site, see here . For an unofficial movie web-site by Trevor Gibb, see here .

This film starring Bob as singer Jack Fate was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, Park City, UT, on 22 Jan 2003. It was commercially released in New York and Los Angeles on 25 Jul 2003, and received limited release at major cities in the USA and Canada in 2003.


UK VHS release, picture from amazon.co.uk


Sony Pictures Classics 01443 (USA) - US DVD release (note the slightly different montage of stars from the film poster picture) (my copy)

Sony Pictures Classics 01443 (USA) - inside insert


Sony Pictures Classics 01443 (USA) - case insert unfolded


Sony Pictures Classics 01443 (USA) - sticker on DVD front advertising Grammy nomination


BBC Video BBCDVD 1511 (UK) - picture from BBC web-site (yet another montage) (Region 2)

Sony Pictures Classics 01443 (USA) - DVD (Region 1)


BBC Video BBCDVD 1511 (UK) - case insert unfolded, scan by Dag Braathen (Region 2)

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BBC Video BBCDVD 1511 (UK) - inside of insert scan by Dag Braathen (Region 2

BBC Video BBCDVD 1511 (UK) - DVD scan by Dag Braathen (Region 2)

MiB 1653 (Germany) - front scan by Gerd Rundel (uses same design as Australian release - Region 2)

MiB 1653 (Germany) - case insert unfolded, scan by Gerd Rundel

BBC Video BBCDVD 1511 (UK) - start of Cold Irons Bound in DVD extras, screenshot by Dag Braathen (Region 2)

MiB 1653 (Germany) - DVD scan by Gerd Rundel (Region 2)

Roadshow Entertainment 104093-9 (Australia/New Zealand) - disc scan by Fred Muller (Region 4)

Roadshow Entertainment 104093-9 (Australia/New Zealand) - case insert unfolded, scan by Fred Muller with a fourth design (Region 4)

Czech DVD release, case insert unfolded, scan by Stanislav Tomik (uses same design as Australian release - Region 2)

Czech DVD release, DVD scan by Stanislav Tomik (Region 2)

Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2003 2DVD release, front with sticker scan by Wil Gielen (sealed copy with obi on right)

Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2003 2DVD release, rear scan by Wil Gielen (sealed copy)

Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2005 2DVD release, front scan by Michio Kinoshita


Monolith Video DVD 206 (Poland) - case insert unfolded, scan by Artur Jarosinski (Region 2)


Monolith Video DVD 206 (Poland) - CD scan by Artur Jarosinski (Region 2)

Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2005 2DVD release, rear scan by Michio Kinoshita

Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2005 2DVD release, DVD1 scan by Michio Kinoshita

Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2005 2DVD release, DVD2 scan by Michio Kinoshita

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"Jack Fate and Band" - picture from bobdylan.com


Shochiku Home Video DZ-0194 (Japan) - 2003 2DVD release, front sticker scan by Wil Gielen

The songs in the film include two existing rarities, and are:

R-0615-2 Down In The Flood - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded at Stage 6, Ray-Art Studios, Canoga Park, CA, 18 Jul 2002 (an audio clip of this song is available on the "Masked And Anonymous" web-site )

R-0442-4 Come Una Pietra Scalciata [Like A Rolling Stone] (Dylan/Aleotti/Perrini) - cover version in Italian by Articolo 31 with excerpts from Bob's original version, from their 1998 Ricordi (Italy) album Nessuno (see 1998), and on the May 2001 BMG Germany compilation May Your Song Always Be Sung Again: The Songs Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 (see 2001)

R-0616-2 Dixie (Daniel Decatur Emmett) - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded as R-0615

R-0618 I'll Remember You - live from Jack Fate and his band (not included on the soundtrack album), recorded as R-0615

R-0619 Amazing Grace (Traditional) - live from Jack Fate and his band (not included on the soundtrack album), recorded as R-0615

R-0612-2 Diamond Joe (Traditional) - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded as R-0615. This performance is available to download from the Apple iTunes Online Music Store and a video clip is also available on the "Masked And Anonymous" web-site .
Thanks to Paul S. Levine and Jean-Pol Hiernaux for pointing out that the iTunes version is 10 seconds shorter.
Note this is a different song from the one on Good As I Been To You, see International Albums (Regular), thanks to Gil Walker for pointing this out. Thanks to Derek Barker for information in "Isis 180" that although the song is associated with fiddler Benjamin F. "Tex" Logan and has been copyrighted by him, it is in fact traditional.

R-0620 Drifter's Escape - live from Jack Fate and his band (not included on the soundtrack album), recorded as R-0615

R-0621 Simple Twist Of Fate - live from Jack Fate and his band (not included on the soundtrack album), recorded as R-0615 (Michael Smith disputes the inclusion of this - I shall find time to watch the film again to make sure.)

R-0622 Dirt Road Blues - live from Jack Fate and his band (not included on the soundtrack album), recorded as R-0615

R-0617-2 Cold Irons Bound - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded as R-0615
This track was also available in Oct 2004 on the Apple iTunes Online Music Store, see Online Performances (Other).

R-0623 Blowin' In The Wind - edited version of R-0436, live, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA, 16 Mar 2000 (not included on the soundtrack album)
This performance was previously found on the limited edition bonus CD single given away with The Best Of Bob Dylan Vol. 2 in the UK (see 2000), also on the promo CD single Live & Rare 2 (see 2002). Thanks to Michael Smith for the information that this song plays over the closing credits, and is edited compared to the CD version, in that approx. 45 seconds of the harmonica solo is cut. I have therefore allocated a new R-number.

The DVD extras include some new performances:

R-0657 Standing In The Doorway - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded as R-0615

R-0661 Knockin' On Heaven's Door - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded as R-0615 (excerpt only)

R-0662 If You See Her, Say Hello - live from Jack Fate and his band, recorded as R-0615 (audio excerpt only)

The film also includes:

My Back Pages - Japanese cover by the Magokoro Brothers (on the soundtrack album)
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - cover by The Grateful Dead (on the soundtrack album)
Señor - cover by the Jerry García Band (on the soundtrack album)
Blind Willie McTell - from The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
He Was A Friend Of Mine - from The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3
Non Dirle Che Non E' Cosi' [If You See Her, Say Hello] - Italian cover by Francesco de Gregori (on the soundtrack album)
On A Night Like This - English/Spanish cover by Los Lobos (on the soundtrack album)
Most Of The Time - cover by Sophie Zelmani (on the soundtrack album)
Tangled Up In Blue - from Blood On The Tracks
I Put A Spell On You (Screamin' Jay Hawkins) - John Goodman

Watching The River Flow - cover?
The Times They Are A-Changin' - cover by Tinashe Kachingwe, an eight-year-old girl from the cast
Not Dark Yet - from Time Out of Mind
One More Cup of Coffee - cover by Sertab Erener (on the soundtrack album)
Angelina - instrumental cover by Bruce Kaphan (L.A. studio musician who worked on the film)

The Masked And Anonymous film soundtrack album (see 2003) also includes:

Gotta Serve Somebody - cover by Shirley Caesar from the Columbia album Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs Of Bob Dylan (also see 2003)
City Of Gold
- cover by the Dixie Hummingbirds from their 2003 Treasure Records album Diamond Jubilation (see Bob Dylan's Unreleased Songs "C" and "Covers" pages).

Thanks to Arthur Louie for the original list. Thanks to Jay Powers, Michael Smith and Trevor Gibb for corrections and further information. Thanks also to Tim Dunn for information about the US VHS release, which is apparently full-screen (4:3) - the DVD is widescreen (16:9/1.78:1), and to Ian Woodward for advance information about the UK release. Thanks also to Stefan Weber for information about the UK Region 2 release and to Fred Muller for the Australia/New Zealand release. Thanks to Stanislav Tomik for scans of the Czech Republic/Slovakia release, retitled "Inkognito". Thanks to Artur Jarosinski for scans of the Polish release of this film. This is in English with Polish subtitles. The title change is bizarre, to "Jeźdźcy Apokalipsy" ["Horsemen Of The Apocalypse"]. Thanks to Michio Kinoshita and Wil Gielen for scans of the 2003 and 2005 Shochiku Japanese releases which also has a booklet and a postcard inside the pack. Thanks to Gerd Rundel for scans of the 2005 German release.

Keith Venturoni tells me the UK version of the DVD has a unique full length performance of Cold Irons Bound. This is confirmed by Dag Braathen, who provided scans of the UK DVD plus a screenshot. Dag adds: "UK playing time of the movie track: 1hour 41min 53sec, US playing time of the movie track: 1hour 46min 27sec. The documentary is 6 minutes longer on the UK release, it has more behind-the-scenes footage of Dylan and interviews with the band members, also has a short clip of performing If You See Her Say Hello performed in the same setting as Dixie and I'll Remember You. There is indeed a full performance on Cold Irons Bound." The DVD chapter division on the UK disc is quite different from the US disc! There are 28 chapters in the US film (also in the Australia/New Zealand version), but in the UK film there are 18.

When he was on holiday in South Africa Fred Muller saw a copy of the Masked And Anonymous DVD with a different cover yet again - scans required!


"Anónimos [Masked And Anonymous]" - DVD (Region 4): Paramount Pictures/BBC Films/AVH (Argentina Video Home) L1110751 (Argentina), 2005:


Paramount Pictures/BBC Films/AVH (Argentina Video Home) L1110751 (Argentina) - front scan by Sergio Mariano Romay
The Argentinean release has a Spanish title of just ANÓNIMOS [ANONYMOUS].  On the front, above Luke Wilson's head, is the slogan “Cuando la Fé encuentra el Destino [When Faith finds Destiny]”. Also on the front is the anti-piracy hologram.
Paramount Pictures/BBC Films/AVH (Argentina Video Home) L1110751 (Argentina) - outside of DVD insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Paramount Pictures/BBC Films/AVH (Argentina Video Home) L1110751 (Argentina) - DVD scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

Paramount Pictures/BBC Films/AVH (Argentina Video Home) L1110751 (Argentina) - detail of DVD, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay


Paramount Pictures/BBC Films/AVH (Argentina Video Home) L1110751 (Argentina) - detail of rear of DVD insert, scan by Sergio Mariano Romay

This release was also exported to Uruguay and Paraguay.  It does not have an inner insert.  On the rear there is a brief review of the film in Spanish.  The soundtrack in in English and Portuguese, with subtitles in English, Portuguese and Spanish.

Thanks to Sergio Mariano Romay for information and scans.


"Masked And Anonymous"/"Little Fish" - DVD (Region 4): Great Movies 67681 (Germany), 2007:


Great Movies 67681 (Germany) - front scan by Ronald Born
Thanks to Ronald Born for scans of a strange 2007 2DVD Great Movies German release called Bob Dylan Edition which teams up Masked And Anonymous with the seemingly-unrelated Cate Blanchett 2005 film Little Fish. The Dylan DVD has some special features. The "Deleted Scenes" are as in the releases above. The "Making Of" (15:30 min) shows some interviews by Jeff Rosen with Larry Charles and the main artists (but not Dylan) and scenes from the set and the movie. A "Movie Trailer" (2:23) follows. All these bonus features are not translated into German. "Music Clips" shows some music from the movie (Down In The Flood, Dixie, I'll Remember You, Drifter's Escape, Cold Iron's Bound). It was compiled from the translated German version. That means that the actors in the scenes (Mickey Rourke for example) are speaking German. At the end Blowin' In The Wind from Santa Cruz 2000 plays over a slide show with pictures from the movie. Also there is a short German biography with a list of Dylan's albums, movies and a very long list of Soundtrack Appearances (no music, no pictures, just written).


Great Movies 67681 (Germany) - DVD1 scan by Ronald Born (includes Dylan)


Great Movies 67681 (Germany) - DVD2 scan by Ronald Born (no Dylan content at all, despite the photo!)


Great Movies 67681 (Germany) - outside of DVD insert, scan by Ronald Born


UK DVD release (2006) - picture from amazon.co.uk


Weinstein/Paramount Home Entertainment PHE 9533 (UK/Ireland, 2009) - front of standard release with Cate Blanchett (my copy)

The second DVD of this set is Little Fish, a 2006 Australian film set in Sydney featuring Cate Blanchett. The Dylan connection is obscure but may relate to her playing the "Jude" Dylan personality in the 2008 Todd Haynes film I'm Not There, see Video & DVD 2007-09. There is no Dylan content on the DVD itself. The DVD case was housed in a card slipcase with exactly the same cover.


"World Gone Mad" - DVD (Region 2): German Alive Studios (catalogue number?) (Germany), 2010:


Picture from amazon.de (classified "16")


DVD scan by Dag Braathen (classified "12")


Outside scan by Dag Braathen


Inside scan by Dag Braathen (classified "12")


Detail of outside, scan by Dag Braathen

DVD main menu, screenshot by Dag Braathen

DVD film title, screenshot by Dag Braathen

Thanks to Dag Braathen for information about, scans and screenshots of the 2010 German Alive Studios DVD release retitled "World Gone Mad"! The amazon.de copy is classified "16" while Dag's copy bought in Austria is classified just "12". Note from the title screenshot that the film itself has been retitled as well as the artwork and DVD menu.
 

German "2 on 1" DVD release with True Women (2012), picture from amazon.co.uk
The film was again released on a "2 on 1" DVD in Germany in 2012 in another strange combination, with True Women, a Western starring Angelina Jolie. This time the Dylan film title has been restored, although there's no connection at all to the second film! Thanks again to Dag Braathen for scans of the German Blu-ray release - as far as I can find it has not been released on Blu-ray anywhere else.
UK DVD release (2012) - picture from amazon.co.uk

German Blu-ray release (2014) - scan by Dag Braathen


Various Artists - "Martin Scorsese Presents: The Blues - A Musical Journey" - 7 DVD set, Hip-O (catalogue number?) (USA), 14 Oct 2003:
This 7DVD set is from a seven part TV series about the blues, presented by film director Martin Scorsese.
 For the 5CD soundtrack set see International Releases (Various Artist Compilations) 2003.


US DVD set - picture from amazon.com

Bob's contribution, included in Episode 5, "Godfathers and Sons", directed by Marc Levin, is Maggie’s Farm, the electric performance from Newport, 1965, which is no longer a rarity.

R-0300-4 Maggie's Farm - recorded live with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 25 Jul 1965 (footage from Murray Lerner's "Festival!" film, see VHS & DVD 1960s), now on The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack, Sep 2005


Hip-O B000074109 (USA) - front scan by Jack Guerreiro


Hip-O B000074109 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


Hip-O B000074109 (USA) - DVD scan by Jack Guerreiro

Thanks to Fred Muller for the following information about the Dylan content: "A series of stills of Dylan at Newport in 1965 (afternoon soundcheck with polka-dot shirt) is shown about halfway through the film, during an interview with Marshall Chess. The soundtrack has an excerpt of the live Newport recording of Maggie's Farm at that point. Immediately thereafter there's about 15 seconds of monochrome film of Dylan with the band members, presumably shortly after the show. It seems to be slowed down somewhat and Dylan holds a wine bottle to his left ear as the camera pans away from him." Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for scans.


2004


"The Terminal" - feature film directed by Steven Spielberg, Dreamworks (USA), Jun 2004/DVD: Umvd/Dreamworks (catalogue number?) (USA), 23 Nov 2004/ Universal Pictures Video 8301797 (UK), 31 Jan 2005; DreamWorks UWBF-70005 (Japan), 2006:


Film poster

DreamWorks UWBF-70005 (Japan) - front scan by Moise Potié

DreamWorks UWBF-70005 (Japan) - DVD insert unfolded, scan by Moise Potié

US "Collector's Edition" DVD release, picture from amazon.com

Universal Pictures Video 8301797 (UK) "Special Edition" DVD release, picture from amazon.co.uk

US standard DVD release (Widescreen/Full Screen), picture from amazon.com

US film soundtrack album (no Dylan), picture from amazon.com

DreamWorks UWBF-70005 (Japan) - reverse of DVD insert unfolded, scan by Moise Potié

DreamWorks UWBF-70005 (Japan) - DVD1 scan by Moise Potié (feature)

DreamWorks UWBF-70005 (Japan) - DVD2 scan by Moise Potié (extra material)

R-0337-14 End Of The Line (Traveling Wilburys) - from the 1988 Wilbury Records/Warner Bros. album The Traveling Wilburys Volume One, see Traveling Wilburys 1988

This song is most appropriate for a film starring Tom Hanks about a man stuck in an airline terminal for months!

Thanks to Tim Dunn for information about this film. This song was featured in the TV and theatre trailer but is sadly not on the film soundtrack album, which features only music by John Williams, and also not on any release of the DVD, even the two-disc editions. Thanks to Moise Potié for scans of the Japanese Two-Disc Special Edition.


"Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues" - American PBS TV broadcast in "American Masters" series, 2004, DVD release American Masters WT 234 (USA), Jul 2004:


American Masters WT 234 (USA) - picture from PBS TV web-site
This 60 min documentary includes a clip of Bob singing Lost Highway by Hank Williams from the 1967 documentary Don't Look Back. For the 1967 film, see VHS & DVD 1960s, for the 2000 DVD release see above.

Thanks to Harold Lepidus for information about this item.


Willie Nelson And Friends - "Outlaws And Angels" - USA Network TV broadcast 31 May 2004, DVD release: Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA), 19 Oct 2004; Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV418 (UK), 2004; EV Classics EVDVD 063 (Europe), 2007:


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - front of DVD release with sticker (my copy)


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - outside insert unfolded


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - DVD


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - front of insert


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - rear of insert

Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV418 (UK) - front picture from www.amazon.co.uk (2004)

EV Classics EVDVD 063 (Europe) - front picture from www.amazon.co.uk (2007)

EV Classics EVDVD 063 (Europe) - rear picture from www.amazon.co.uk (2007)


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - front detail


Red Distribution Inc. EE 39059-9 (USA) - insert detail


Lost Highway Records 5290402 (USA) - doesn't include Bob

R-0677 You Win Again (Hank Williams) - duet with Willie Nelson, recorded at the Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, CA, 5 May 2004
The DVD also includes a 15 min "featurette" of the rehearsals which includes about 25 secs of Bob and Willie rehearsing the song. As this DVD is currently the only appearance of both performances, I'll use the same R- number to cover them both.

The Lost Highway Records CD soundtrack album of this event (illustrated) does not include this song!

Thanks to Tim Dunn and Harold Lepidus for information. More information on the 2004 UK DVD release will be added when available. Lars-Arne Klintworth from Germany has a European copy on EV Classics, EVDVD 063. This was released in 2007.


Various Artists - "Apollo At 70 - Hot Night In Harlem" - US TV broadcast aired 19 Jun 2004, DVD: WEA Home Video (catalogue number?) (USA), 12 Oct 2004:

This TV special aired in the USA on 19 Jun 2004 of the 70th Anniversary concert held at the Apollo Theater, Harlem, New York

R-0678 A Change Is Gonna Come (Sam Cooke) - recorded live at the Apollo Theater, Harlem, New York, 19 Jun 2004

For more information, see here Thanks to Peter Gilmer for pointing out this release seems to have been shelved! I have it on order at amazon.com and shall update this entry when I hear more.


Various Artists - "Live Aid" - US/UK TV broadcast aired 13 Jul 1985, 4 DVD set: Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (USA/Canada), 16 Nov 2004/Warner Music Vision 2564 61895-2 (UK), 8 Nov 2004:
 For a single DVD released in 2005 with highlights including an excerpt of R-0690 and R-0750 in full, see VHS & DVD 2000s Part 3.


Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (USA) - US DVD release
This is the first commercial release of this material in 19 years! The set is about 10 hours in length, so does not contain the complete concerts from Wembley in the UK and Philadelphia in the USA. The 4 discs are in a foldout pack inside a slipcase, and there is a 24-page booklet. The graphics on the foldout pack and the booklet front are the same as on the slipcase. There are no Dylan pictures inside the booklet.


Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (USA) - front sticker scan by Manuel García Jara


Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (Canada) - front sticker scan by Jack Guerreiro

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Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (USA) - rear scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (USA) - insert scan by Manuel García Jara (original poster)

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Warner Music Vision R29-70383 (USA) - DVD4 with Dylan rarities, scan by Jack Guerreiro


Warner Music Vision 2564 61895-2 (UK) - box with discs


Warner Music Vision 2564 61895-2 (UK) - slipcase front with sticker (my copy


Warner Music Vision 2564 61895-2 (UK) - sticker on slipcase front


Warner Music Vision 2564 61895-2 (UK) - slipcase back


Warner Music Vision 2564 61895-2 (UK) - DVD 4 with Dylan rarities

R-0690 Blowin' In The Wind - with Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood at "Live Aid", JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, 13 Jul 1985

R-0750 We Are The World (Michael Jackson/Lionel Ritchie) - Bob contributes to show finale at "Live Aid", Philadelphia, PA, 13 Jul 1985
In his book "Positively Bob Dylan" Michael Krogsgaard says that Bob, who was playing acoustic guitar, stays for only a few seconds and then exits. Wil Gielen has a 15 minute promo DVD advertising the 4DVD set with a 35 sec excerpt from this performance on which Bob is not visible.

The other two songs performed by Bob that night, The Ballad Of Hollis Brown and When The Ship Comes In, remain unreleased.

Thanks to Tim Dunn for information about the US release. Thanks to Jack Guerreiro for the French/English sticker from the Canadian release.


Various Artists - "Live Aid" - preview DVDs: Warner WVSB-90010 (Japan)/Warner WVSB-90011 (Japan), Nov 2004; promo and commercial 4 DVD sets: Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan), 17 Nov 2004:


Warner WVSB-90010 (Japan) - first preview DVD, front scan by Wil Gielen
Two preview DVDs are shown, each last only 15 mins and have a 40 second excerpt of the finale (R-0750), in which Bob may or may not be present (see Michael Krogsgaard's comments above). The first (Warner WVSB-90010) came in a CD single jewel case with a folded insert. The release date of the 4DVD set is wrongly shown as 10 Nov 2004 (it was 17 Nov 2004). The second preview DVD (Warner WVSB-90011) came in a CD single jewel case without an insert.

The 4DVD release came in a four-fold digipak inside a slipcase. The price was ¥9,990 (¥9,514 plus sales tax). There was no obi from new. There were two booklets, a 24-page stapled booklet in English and a 16-page stapled booklet in Japanese. There is a pocket for the two booklets on the left-hand inside panel. Two copies are shown - one is a promo with a numbered promo sticker over the barcode on the front of the slipcase and "SAMPLE LOANED" in the clear centres of each DVD. The other is the commercial release.

Thanks to Wil Gielen for information and scans.


Warner WVSB-90010 (Japan) - first preview DVD, disc scan by Wil Gielen


Warner WVSB-90010 (Japan) - first preview DVD, insert scan by Wil Gielen


Warner WVSB-90011 (Japan) - second preview DVD, disc scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WVSB-90010 (Japan) - first preview DVD, detail of disc scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - front of slipcase with promo sticker, scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - promo sticker scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - front of slipcase with commercial sticker, scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - commercial promo sticker scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WVSB-90011 (Japan) - second preview DVD, detail of disc scan by Wil Gielen

Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - outside of unfolded digipak, scan by Wil Gielen


Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - rear of slipcase, scan by Wil Gielen


Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - DVD4 scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)

Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - inside of unfolded digipak with discs, scan by Wil Gielen


Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - detail of DVD4, scan by Wil Gielen (promo copy)


Warner WPBR-90451-4 (Japan) - DVD4 scan by Wil Gielen (commercial copy)

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