Phantom of the Opera - Phantom Movies

Phantom of the Opera Movies

What I hope to achieve with these pages is to have a complete list of all Phantom of the Opera movies, from every country, in every language I can find, including whether on VHS, and DVD. I also would like to have screencaps from each version, and the cover art from the different versions, and where to buy

Das Phantom der Oper, 1916
Directed by Ernst Matray
Running time: 76 min (16 fps)
Language: Silent/German

  • Nils Olaf Chrisander
  • Aud Egede Nissen

Nothing more is known about this version. Seems to be lost for all time

The Phantom of the Opera, 1925; Reissued 1929 as a talkie
Directed by Rupert Julian
Running time: 93 min / UK:101 min (original release) / USA:92 min (1995 version)
Language: Silent/English
  • Lon Chaney - Erik, The Phantom
  • Mary Philbin - Christine Daae
  • Norman Kerry - Vicomte Raoul de Chagny
  • Arthur Edmund Carewe - Ledoux
  • Gibson Gowland - Simon Buquet
  • John St. Polis - Comte Philip de Chagny
  • Snitz Edwards - Florine Papillon
  • Mary Fabian - Carlotta
  • Virginia Pearson - Carlotta/Carlotta's mother
The best of the Phantom of the Opera movies. Lon Chaney brings the craziness, the sadness, the love he has for Christine. The makeup, even today is very well executed for the Phantom. It is the closest movie-version to Leroux's book. Sadly, the original ending, where Christine kisses him, then he dies, no longer exists on flim, only in stills, and we're left with the carriage chase, and the mob killing him.

Ye ban ge sheng, 1937
Directed by Weibang Ma-Xu
Running time: 123 min
Language: Mandarin

  • Menghe Gu
  • Ping Hu
  • Shan Jin
  • Chao Shi
  • Wenzhu Zhou

Ye ban ge sheng xu ji, 1941
Directed by Weibang Ma-Xu
Running time: ?
Language: Mandarin

  • Qiong Liu
  • Ying Tan
  • Xianzhai Wang

This is a sequal to Ye ban ge sheng....I wonder what it is about...?

The Phantom of the Opera, 1943
Directed by Arthur Lubin
Running time: 92 min
Language: English
  • Nelson Eddy - Anatole Garron
  • Susanna Foster - Christine Dubois
  • Claude Rains - Erique Claudin
  • Edgar Barrier - Raoul D'Aubert
  • Leo Carrillo - Signor Ferretti
  • Jane Farrar - Biancarolli
In Technicolor. The story was changed quite a bit. We now have our Phantom (Claude Rains) who is an older man, composer and violinist for the Opera who is in love with Christine (Dubois). He has a composition stolen, gets his face scarred by acid, and goes to live down below the opera to become the Phantom. He's in love with Christine, as is Anatole and Raoul (yes, there are two Raoul characters!) In the end the Phantom dies, and Christine decides to be an opera star, leaving Raoul and Anatole on their own.

There was more to the story, and you can kind of sense it throughout the movie. Erique Claudin is actually Christine Dubois' father, which would explain why he's so caring about her, paying for her music lessons, and has a very fatherly attitude towards her. Unfortunately, this plot line was left on the cutting room floor. (Too bad, I think this would have been very interesting to have it left in)

It is beautifully shot, and was nominated for 4 Oscars: Best Sound, Recording; Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture; Best Cinematography, Color; Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Color, and it won Best Cinematography, Color; Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Color.


The Climax, 1944
Directed by George Waggner
Running time: 86 min
Language: English
  • Boris Karloff - Dr. Hohner
  • Susanna Foster - Angela
  • Turhan Bey - Franz
  • Gale Sondergaard - Luise
  • Thomas Gomez - Count Seebruck
  • June Vincent - Marcellina
  • George Dolenz - Amato Roselli
  • Ludwig Stössel - Carl Baumann
  • Jane Farrar - Jarmila Vadek
  • Ernö Verebes - Brunn
  • Lotte Stein - Mama Hinzel
  • Scotty Beckett - The King
  • William Edmunds - Leon
  • Maxwell Hayes - King's Ride
  • Dorothy Lawrence - Miss Metzger

El Fantasma de la opereta, 1960 (Argentina)
Directed by Enrique Carreras
Running time: ?
Language: Spanish

  • Gogó Andreu
  • Tono Andreu
  • Alfredo Barbieri
  • Mario Baroffio
  • Inés Fernández
  • Alfonso Pisano
  • Amelia Vargas

South American parody which includes the Phantom of the Opera, Frankenstein's monster and Dracula...I think it's this one at any rate. Some of these may be confused. There Are three of these. Two movies, and one TV show.

El Fantasma de la opereta, 1959/1960
Directed by Fernando Cortés
Running time: 90 min
Language: Spanish
  • Germán Valdés - Aldo/Baldomiro Valdes
  • Ana Luisa Peluffo - Lucy
  • Luis Aldás - Senor Marcucci
  • Marcelo Chávez - Senor Lopez
  • Famie Kaufman - Gertrudis la flaca (as Vitola)


The Phantom of the Opera, 1962
Directed by Terence Fisher
Running time: 84 min
Language: English
  • Herbert Lom - The Phantom (Prof. L. Petrie)
  • Heather Sears - Christine Charles
  • Thorley Walters - Lattimer
  • Michael Gough - Lord Ambrose d'Arcy
  • Edward de Souza - Harry Hunter
  • Miles Malleson - 2nd Cabby
  • Marne Maitland - Xavier
  • Martin Miller - Rossi
  • Miriam Karlin - Charwoman
  • Harold Goodwin - Bill
  • John Harvey - Sgt. Vickers
A Hammer Horror. The story is changed, yet again. It is now set in London, and the Phantom is another scarred, this time by fire, type sympathetic man who had work stolen from him. Not too bad, but the production value is very low, but still an enjoyable story


Il Mostro dell'Opera aka Il Vampiro dell'Opera 1964
Directed by Renato Polselli
Running time: 80 min
Language: Italian
  • Marco Mariani - Sandro (as Marc Marian)
  • Giuseppe Addobbati - (as John McDouglas)
  • Barbara Howard - Giulia
  • Alberto Archetti - Achille (as Albert Archett)
  • Carla Cavalli - Aurora
  • Aldo Nicodemi - Stefano (as Boris Notarenko)
  • Jody Excell - Yvette
  • Milena Vukotic - Carlotta
The movie is actually based on Gaston Leroux's story, yet with a Vampire twist. In Italian


The Phantom of the Paradise, 1974
Directed by Brian De Palma
Running time: min
Language: English
  • Paul Williams - Swan
  • William Finley - Winslow Leach
  • Jessica Harper - Phoenix
  • George Memmoli - Arnold Philbin
  • Gerrit Graham - Beef
  • Archie Hahn - Juicy Fruits
  • Jeffrey Comanor - Juicy Fruits
  • Harold Oblong - Juicy Fruits
  • Colin Cameron - Band
  • David Garland - Band
  • Gary Mallaber - Band
  • Art Munson - Band
  • Mary Margaret Amato - Swan's Entourage
  • Rand Bridges - Swan's Entourage
  • James Bohan -Swan's Entourage
This is a goofy movie. A parody of Phantom of the Opera, and FaustI love it. Winslow Leach (William Finley) is our Erik who gets not only his voice taken away but is disfigured in a record pressing machine. He sells his soul to the devil to have the young Phoenix (Jessica Harper) fall in love with him. Swan (Paul Williams) is pretty much the devil who keeps Winslow locked up to compose his music. Original songs by Paul Williams. Ya gotta see it for their male 'Prima Dona' Beef. I crack up every time I see him.

The Phantom of Hollywood, 1974 (TV movie)
Directed by Gene Levitt
Running time: 90 min
Language: English

  • Skye Aubrey - Randy Cross
  • Jack Cassidy - Otto Vonner/Karl Vonner
  • Jackie Coogan - Jonathan
  • Broderick Crawford - Captain O'Neal
  • Peter Haskell - Ray Burns
  • John Ireland - Lt. Gifford
  • Peter Lawford - Roger Cross
  • Gary Barton - Duke
  • Corinne Calvet - Mrs. Wickes (as Corinne Calvert)

I don't know much more about this one. Never seen it, but I sure am curious about it

KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park, 1978 (TV movie)
Directed by Gordon Hessler
Running time: 96 min
Language: English
  • Peter Criss - Cat Man
  • Ace Frehley - Space Ace
  • Gene Simmons - The Demon
  • Paul Stanley - Star Child
  • Anthony Zerbe - Abner Devereaux
  • Carmine Caridi - Calvin Richards
  • Deborah Ryan - Melissa
  • John Dennis Johnston - Chopper
  • John Lisbon Wood - Slime
  • Lisa Jane Persky - Dirty Dee
  • John Chappell - Sneed
  • Terry Lester - Sam Farrell
  • Don Steele - Don Steele
Before Paul Stanley donned ALW's mask, he was in this 'gem' I was 7 when this came out. It was my first introduction to KISS. I don't know why I wanted to watch it..I think it had something something to do with their makeup. I didn't know they were a rock group...I thought they were real (and I mean REAL superheros) It's really a stupid movie, but I still get a kick out of watching it. KISS has to thwart the evil doings of a mad scientist, Abner Devreaux who has his 'lair' underneath an amusement park. They use music and their superhero powers to thwart Devereaux and his evil plans


The Meateater or Phantom of the Bijoux, 1979
Directed by Derek Savage
Running time: 85 min
Language: English
  • Arch Joboulian
  • Dianne Davis
  • Peter Spitzer - Mitford Webster
  • Emily Spindler
  • Gary Dean - Ricky Webster
  • Joe Marmo - Lieutenant Wombat
  • Frank Montiforte - Frankie
  • Richard Nathan - Raymond
  • Debbie Alsbury - Necking Girl
  • Dorothy Bartlett - Talkative Lady
  • Dorothy Francavilla - Plump Lady
  • Joe Goossen - Floyd Thaxton
  • Scott McGinnis - Necking Boy
  • Ted Paulson - Talkative Husband
  • Lenny Tune - Detective Mulligan


The Phantom of the Opera, 1983 (TV movie)
Directed by Robert Markowitz
Running time: 120 min
Language: English
  • Maximilian Schell - Sandor Korvin/The Phantom of the Opera
  • Jane Seymour - Maria Gianelli/Elena Korvin
  • Michael York - Michael Hartnell
  • Jeremy Kemp - Baron Hunyadi
  • Diana Quick - Madame Bianchi
  • Philip Stone - Kraus
  • Paul Brooke - Inspector
  • Andras Miko - Balas
  • Gellért Raksányi - Lajos
  • László Németh - Tony
  • Jenö Kis - Fodor
  • László Soós - Willi


Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge, 1989
Directed by Richard Friedman
Running time: 91 min
Language: English
  • Derek Rydall - Eric Matthews
  • Jonathan Goldsmith - Harv Posner
  • Rob Estes - Peter Baldwin
  • Pauly Shore - Buzz
  • Kimber Sissons - Suzie
  • Gregory Scott Cummins - Chrisopher Volker
  • Tom Fridley - Justin
  • Kari Whitman - Melody Austin
  • Morgan Fairchild - Mayor Karen Wilton
  • Ken Foree - Acardi
  • John Walter Davis - Devon
  • Dante D'Andre - Piano Man
  • Terrence Evans - Security Guard
  • Kelly Rutherford - Salesgirl
  • Gary McGurk - Mr. Webster
I don't know much more about this one, since I've not seen it.


The Phantom of the Opera, 1989
Directed by Dwight H. Little
Running time: 93 min
Language: English
  • Robert Englund - Erik Destler/The Phantom
  • Jill Schoelen - Christine Day
  • Alex Hyde-White - Richard Dutton
  • Bill Nighy - Martin Barton
  • Stephanie Lawrence - La Carlotta
  • Terence Harvey - Insp. Hawkins
  • Nathan Lewis - Davies
  • Peter Clapham - Harrison
  • Molly Shannon - Meg (New York)
  • Emma Rawson - Meg (London)
  • Mark Ryan - Mott
  • Yehuda Efroni - The Rat Catcher
  • Terence Beesley - Joseph Buquet
  • Ray Jewers - Elise
  • Robin Hunter - Roland
I love this one. It's nowhere near what Leroux's story is at all. We start out in modern times with Christine Day (Jill Schoelen) with Meg (Molly Shannon). She is looking for a piece of music to sing for an audition. She wants something different. Meg finds something for her: Don Juan Triumphant by Erik Destler. As Chrisitne sings it for her audition, she's hit on the head and is 'transported' back to London of the 1800s. Erik Destler (Robert Englund) is our Phantom. He sold his soul to the devil so he could be famous throughout the world. But, there's a catch. He's transformed to be ugly--mainly his skin does not stay on his face. (ew) And he's immortal. He has to kill people and skin them so he can create his 'mask' There's a wonderful scene where he's taking the 'mask' off and his true face is revealed, (he even has to remove the nose apparatus he uses to create his nose) Erik is truly gruesome (the makeup job is better done here than for the 2004 ALW movie...but I'll get to that later). I feel Englund 'got' Erik. He has the sense of humour, the horror, the mysteriousness of the character down pat. He's even romantic, and suave at times. Too bad the movie around him kinda sucked. Other highlights would include the late Stephanie Lawrence as a very stuck up Carlotta. She's perfect. A wonderful masquerade scene, with Erik's beautiful and scary Red Death outfit, and Erik's lair under the Opera. Again, all very well-done pieces.


The Phantom of the Opera, 1990 (TV miniseries)
Directed by Tony Richardson
Running time: 168 min
Language: English
  • Burt Lancaster - Gerard Carriere
  • Adam Storke - Count Philippe de Chagny
  • Teri Polo - Christine Daee
  • Charles Dance - Erik The Phantom of the Opera
  • Ian Richardson - Cholet
  • Andréa Ferréol - Carlotta
  • Jean-Pierre Cassel - Inspector Ledoux
  • Jean Rougerie - Jean-Claude
  • André Chaumeau - Joseph Buguet
  • Marie-Thérèse Orain - Madame Giry
  • Marie-Christine Robert - Flora
  • Marie Lenoir - Florence
  • Anne Roumanoff - Fleure
Love this one. It's based on Yeston/Kopit's musical Phantom. It was filmed at the Palais Garnier as well This was a miniseries on NBC back in 1990.


The Phantom of the Opera, 1990
Directed by Darwin Knight
Running time: 93 min
Language: English
  • Darin De Paul
  • Beth McVey
  • Christopher Rath
  • David Staller - Erik
  • Elizabeth Walsh - Christine Daae


Dance Macabre, 1991
Directed by Greydon Clark
Running time: 97 min
Language: English
  • Robert Englund - Anthony Wager/Madame
  • Michelle Zeitlin - Jessica
  • Marianna Moen - Ingrid
  • Julene Renee - Angela
  • Nina Goldman - Claudine
  • Irina Davidoff - Olga
  • Alexander Sergeyev - Alex
  • Natasha Fesson - Natasha
  • Vadim Zajtsev - Ivan
  • Alexander Usanov - Detective Benski
  • Irina Sabanova - Model
  • Nina Ivanovich - Anna
  • Marina Guseva - Maria
  • Elena Gromova - Katerina
  • Greydon Clark - Anderson
I don't know much more about this one, since I've not seen it, but interesting it has Englund in it. I heard that this was supposed to be sort of like a sequal to his Phantom movie...


Phantom of the Ritz, 1992
Directed by Allen Plone
Running time: ?
Language: English
  • Peter Bergman - Ed Blake
  • Russell Curry
  • Nick Sloan - Other teenager
  • Joshua Sussman - The Phantom
  • Deborah Van Valkenburgh
I don't know much more about this one, since I've not seen it


Ye ban ge sheng, aka Phantom Lover, 1995
Directed by Ronny Yu
Running time: 100 min
Language: Cantonese
  • Leslie Cheung - Song Danping
  • Lei Huang - Wei Qing
  • Philip Kwok
  • Fong Pao - Zhao
  • Roy Szeto - Zhao Jum
  • Chien-lien Wu - Yun Yan


Phantom of the Opera (Il Fantasma dell'opera), 1998
Directed by Dario Argento
Running time: 99 min / Italy:106 min (director's cut)
Language: English/French
  • Julian Sands - The Phantom
  • Asia Argento - Christine Daaé
  • Andrea Di Stefano - Baron Raoul De Chagny
  • Nadia Rinaldi - Carlotta Altieri
  • Coralina Cataldi Tassoni - Honorine
  • István Bubik - Ignace, the rat-catcher
  • Zoltan Barabas - Poligny
  • Lucia Guzzardi - Madame Giry
  • Aldo Massasso - Pourdieu
  • Gianni Franco - Montluc
  • David D'Ingeo - Alfred
  • Kitty Kéri - Paulette
  • John Pedeferri - Dr. Princard
  • Leonardo Treviglio - Jerome De Chagny
  • Massimo Sarchielli - Joseph Buquet
Yech. Just yech. Julian Sands is our un-ugly Phantom, who's been raised by rats underneath the Opera.


Phantom of the Megaplex, 2000 (TV movie)
Directed by Blair Treu
Running time: 89 min
Language: English

  • Taylor Handley - Pete Riley
  • Corinne Bohrer - Mrs. Riley
  • Caitlin Wachs - Karen Riley
  • Jacob Smith - Bryan Riley
  • Rich Hutchman - Shawn MacGibbon
  • John Novak - George
  • Colin Fox - Nedermayer
  • Mickey Rooney - Movie Mason
  • Ricky Mabe - Ricky
  • Julia Chantrey - Terri
  • Joanne Boland - Hillary
  • J.J. Stocker - Mark
  • Lisa Ng - Lacy
  • Joe Pingue - Merle
  • Heather Bertram - Caitlin

I don't know much more about this one, since I've not seen it...but I understand it's on the Disney Channel every once in a while

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, World Editions
Directed by Joel Schumacher
Running time: 143 min
Language: English/French/German/Italian/Spanish
There are so many editions world-wide that they're being condensed under one heading. The images will start on the left, then next to them I'll add the edition info. The names of the country will be noted, as well

Cast list for all editions:

  • Gerard Butler - The Phantom
  • Emmy Rossum - Christine
  • Patrick Wilson - Raoul
  • Miranda Richardson - Madame Giry
  • Minnie Driver - Carlotta
  • Ciarán Hinds - Firmin
  • Simon Callow - Andre
  • Victor McGuire - Piangi
  • Jennifer Ellison - Meg Giry
  • Murray Melvin - Reyer
  • Kevin McNally - Buquet
  • James Fleet - Lefevre
  • Imogen Bain - Carlotta's Maid
  • Miles Western - Carlotta's Wigmaker
  • Judith Paris - Carlotta's Seamstress

US Edition RC1

DVD Extra features

  • Released by Warner Home Video
  • 2-disc Edition
  • Available Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Behind the Mask: The Story of the Phantom of the Opera
  • Three making-of featurettes: preproduction, the director, production
  • Additional scene: No One Would Listen
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Easter egg: cast & crew singalong
  • Full screen also available
  • Released by Warner Home Video
  • 2-disc Edition
  • Available Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Full screen also available


UK Edition RC2

DVD Extra features

  • The Making Of Documentary
  • Alex Bailey Production Stills
  • Swarovski Featurette
  • Special FX Featurette
  • Visual FX Featurette
  • Music Recording Featurette
  • Production Design Featurette
  • Costumes Make Up Featurette
  • Editing Featurette
  • Behind The Mask The Story Of Phantom Of The Opera
  • The Music Of Phantom Of The Opera Featurette
  • The History
  • The Phantom Of The Opera Steve Harley And Sarah Brightman Promo Video
  • All I Ask Of You Cliff Richard And Sarah Brightman Promo Video
  • The Music Of The Night Michael Crawford And Sarah Brightman Promo Video
  • Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again Sarah Brightman Promo Video
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35 Anamorphic Wide Screen
  • Available Audio Tracks: DTS, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Surround
  • Main Language: English
  • Sub Titles: English
  • 3 disc set, includes CD soundtrack
  • Original motion picture soundtrack
  • 8 colour photo stills
  • The making of The Phantom of the Opera
  • 'Behind the Mask': the story of The Phantom of the Opera documentary
  • featurettes on: music recording, production design and much, much more...


Japanese Edition RC3

DVD Extra features

  • 3-disc set
  • More to come
  • 2-disc set
  • More to come


  • Released by Panasia Films Limited
  • Special limited edition of 2000. Comes with certificate of authenticity
  • Comes in special faux leather box with red lining
  • Includes mask pin and rose

Korean Edition RC3

DVD Extra features

Disc 1

  • Released by iVISION Entertainment
  • Commentary by the Korean musical team
  • Best Number choose from Think of Me, Phantom of the Opera, All I Ask of You, Masquerade, Learn to be Lonely
  • Scene Selection

Disc 2

  • Making of the Film 6 featurettes
  • The Story of the Music John Snelson and Michael Coveney
  • Deledted Scene 'No One Would Listen'
  • Emmy Rossum Screen Test
  • Cast and Crew Singalong
  • 4 Promos from the original show
  • TV spot of original musical team
  • Music video
  • Theatrical trailer

Disc 1

  • In English
  • Subtitles in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, English
  • Widescreen Aspect ration 2.40:1
  • DTS 96/24, Dolby Digital 5.1 EX Dobly Digital 2.0

Disc 2

  • The Making of the Phantom of the Opera
  • The Music of the Phantom of the Opera
  • Promos from the original show
  • Behind the Mask documentary
  • Theatrical trailer


Thailand Edition RC3

DVD Extra features

Released by Odyssey

Disc 1

  • Widescreen, Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
  • Dolby Digital
  • Language: English/Thai mix
  • Subtitles: English, Thai

Disc 2

  • The Making of the Phantom of the Opera
  • 15 Minute Teaser for the movie
  • Music of the Phantom of the Opera
  • 4 promos for the original show
  • 9 Featurettes
  • Behind the Mask documentary
  • No one would listen deleted scene
  • Cast and crew singalong (easter egg)


Taiwan Edition RC3

DVD Extra features

  • 3-disc set
  • Released by Deltamac (Taiwan) Co. Ltd (TW)

Disc 1

  • Screen format: 16:9
  • Dolby Digital

Disc 2

  • No One Would Listen deleted scene
  • The Making of The Phantom of the Opera
  • 9 Featurettes
  • Interview with cast and crew
  • Greeting message montage
  • Cast and crew singalong (easter egg)

Disc 3

  • Behind the Mask history of the Phantom
  • John Snelson and Michael Coveney
  • Original promo video
  • Trailers
  • TV spots


German Edition RC2

DVD Extra features

  • 1-disc set
  • Format: Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Limited Edition, Surround Sound
  • Languages: German (Dolby Digital 5.1) English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Includes a limited edition crystal Swarowsky tattoo
  • Subtitles in German

3-disc set limited edition. Includes a mask

Disc 1

  • Languages: German (Dolby Digital 5.1) English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: German
  • Anamorphic: 16:9, 2.35:1
  • Programmable soungchoice from the original movie soundtrack

Disc 2

  • Making of the Phantom of the Opera including interviews with the leads, Joel Schumacher, ALW and many more
  • Additional songscene with Gerard Butler
  • Seven Featurettes - a.o. visual effects, special EFX, the music, the sets and the production design
  • pictured Cast & Crew-Information
  • Production notices
  • Emmy Rossum-screentest
  • German and English movie trailers
  • Programmhints

Disc 3

  • Behind The Mask - The Story of 'The Phantom of the Opera' (Documentary about the stage musical)
  • Featurette 'The Music of The Phantom of the Opera'
  • Four original promotionclips with Sarah Brightman:
    • The Phantom of the Opera (Sarah Brightman & Steve Harley)
    • All I Ask of You (Sarah Brightman & Cliff Richard)
    • The Music of the Night (Michael Crawford & Sarah Brightman)
    • Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again (Sarah Brightman)


Spanish Edition RC2

DVD Extra features

  • 2-disc set
  • subtitles in Spanish and English
  • Widescreen
  • English and Spanish Dolby-Digital 5.1-Sound
  • 'Making Of The Movie'
  • song 'No One Would Listen'
  • picture gallery
  • More to come


French Edition RC2

DVD Extra features

  • 2-disc set
  • Different dubbing cast from the US-French edition
  • Widescreen
  • Dolby-Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
  • Making of Phantom
  • Making of the Musical
  • Photo gallery
  • Trailer
  • 36-page booklet
  • More to come


Italian Edition RC2

DVD Extra features

  • 2-disc set
  • Comes in a special metal keepsake tin
  • Dolby-Digital 5.1-Sound
  • 'Making Of The Movie'
  • unreleased song 'No One Would Listen'
  • Widescreen
  • More to come