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DVD Easter Eggs » Any Given Sunday: Oliver Stone Collection
Any Given Sunday: Oliver Stone Collection
Warner Bros.; released January 16, 2001
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Posted by Derrick Veurink on November 26, 2003  |  4.0 / 5
Several of the DVD-ROM features on disc two of this set are encoded as DVD-Video pieces, thereby enabling set-top DVD users to access them through their player. However, since these video pieces can not be accessed through the main menu system, these will take some work to get to. Here are instructions to get to these video pieces, as well as some explanatory notes on what these are.

Each video segment will have a corresponding title number. Enter the title number into your player to access each video clip.

Section One: Script-to-Screen

While the various versions of the script are not accessible through set-top players, users can access two different versions of each scene (a rough cut version, plus the final cut), as follows:

Tony & Willie Lunch:
Title 33: Rough Cut, Dated 9/5/99, No Intercuts
Title 31: Final Cut

Game 3: Final Touchdown:
Title 34: Sample of Dailies Selects
Title 32: Final Cut

Section 2: Virtual Edit Suite

Various versions of the "Tony Meets Christina" scene are presented here, both with and without audio commentary by head editor Tom Nordberg*, as follows:

Title 41: Assembled Dailies
Title 36: Assembled Dailies w/ Nordberg A/C

Title 43: Rough Cut Without Music
Title 38: Rough Cut W/o Music w/ Nordberg A/C

Title 42: Rough Cut With Music
Title 37: Rough Cut W/ Music w/ Nordberg A/C

Title 40: Final Cut
Title 39: Final Cut W/ Oliver Stone A/C

*For some inexplicable reason, Nordberg does not provide commentary for the final cut version of the scene; instead, a portion of Oliver Stone's full-length commentary track from disc one is used.
Reviews: DVD Talk also has a review of Any Given Sunday: Oliver Stone Collection by Aaron Beierle.
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