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Producing DVDs that play everywhere
Speaking from the UK side of the pond, sometimes the player will play both PAL and NTSC disks, but the telly that you've connected it to might not cope with the incoming NTSC signal, or it may only cope partially - for example interpreting an incoming 60Hz signal as PAL 60, rather than NTSC, so the picture is black and white.