The longest cut of the film to date.  About 11 minutes longer then the Theatrical Version this shows us more scenes where our heroes buy some gasoline, do some more shopping etc.    Presented in Widescreen format this is a crisp, clear transfer from the original.  The soundtrack in this version is also altered.  Not as much Goblin as Argento's but more stock music, almost all of the music is changed in this version.  This 2 tape VHS version has the film on tape 1 and foreign and domestic trailers on the second tape.

Release Date: 1997
Distributor: Anchor Bay Entertainment
Length: 137 min
Format: VHS
Status: Out of Print

    Same as the version above.  This is presented in full frame Pan and Scan.  It's billed at 2 minutes longer then the above version but I have yet to find the extra 2 minutes.  No extras on this tape though.

Release Date: 1999
Distributor: Anchor Bay Entertainment
Length: 139 min
Format: VHS
Status: Out of Print

    One of the first DVD's released.  This has turned into one of the most sought after Dawn of the Dead collectables I have seen.  I've seen people shelling about above 60 dollars for this thing online.  Issued before Dual Layer encoding was mass produced, the disc has to be flipped halfway through the film.  On both sides of the disk are theatrical trailers such as seen on the 2 tape Director's Cut. 

Release Date: 1997
Distributor: Anchor Bay Entertainment
Length: 139 min
Format: DVD
Status: Out of Print

    I'm putting this here because it has all the scenes of the US Director's Cut, but it's billed in England as just Dawn of the Dead.  I'm assuming this must be how it is released over there, I'm not too sure about this copy, I got it from a guy from his collection and didn't bother to ask much about it, if you know about this version from England let me know.

Release Date: 1992?
Distributor: 4 Front Video
Length: 142 min
Format: VHS
Status: Out of Print????