Indiana Jones Trilogy Blu-Ray suggestions

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  1. classictvfan91

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    To Lucasfilm Ltd.: Here is what I would like to see as special features for the Blu-Ray of the Indiana Jones Trilogy (1981-1989): All the special features from 2003 and 2008, additional documentaries, promos, trailers, TV spots, original 1980s documentaries, audio commentaries, deleted scenes, the Diet Coke promo from the Last Crusade video, new documentaries hosted by Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones (and in the Indy costume), scripts for all the movies, photo galleries, bloopers, storyboards, production notes, the Magnum P.I. episode based on Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones: Behind the Adventure (2000), archival interviews with the cast, memorabilia from the series, and other things.
     
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    That's all? Of all the things you mention, I think "new documentaries hosted by Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in the Indy costume" is the one you're most likely to get. I also agree that I would like "other things." (Actually, isolated music tracks would be great.)
     
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    As long as we are putting together 'wish lists', I'd like two packages released: 1) the trilogy - either in separate cases inside some type of slip-sleeve, or in a multi-disc case holding the three movies. I want these cases to be standard BR cases, not some type of digipack/digibook packaging. 2) the four-movie set - once again, either in separate cases (but with matching design), or in a multi-disc case holding the four movies. For those of us who have been holding off on purchasing the fourth movie, it gives us the option of consistent packaging. For those who will either never purchase the fourth movie, or already purchased it, it allows them to get what they want. David
     
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    Inasmuch as Magnum, P.I. is owned by Universal, I wouldn't count on that one.
     
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    Since they are Spielberg films, don't expect any commentaries.
     
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    What about deleted footage? EVERY film has them. Scenes are cut, shortened, trimmed, whatever, but every movie starts out significantly longer that what we end up watching in theaters. I'd love to see alternate footage for the Indy films.
     
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    Here is another idea: The A&E Biographies of George Lucas (2001), Steven Spielberg (1998), and Harrison Ford (2003), and George Lucas: Heroes, Myths, and Magic (from American Masters, 1993).
     

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