Tootise SE - still coming?

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  1. Will K

    Will K Screenwriter

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    I checked out the current DVD last night. Pretty lame with zero extras. Is an SE still in the works?
     
  2. Saburo

    Saburo Auditioning

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    I'm also curious...

    I really dig my Criterion LD but I'd gladly upgrade if a special edition comes out. (Damn that laser rot!)
     
  3. Ronald Epstein

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    When the original announcement was made
    for Tootsie on DVD, I believe it
    was either The Digital Bits or DVD File
    that reported a SE was in the works for
    future release.
    Nothing has been heard since then.
    I played it safe and did not buy the original
    DVD release. Figures that when I try to play
    it safe, the SE is never announced.
     
  4. David Coleman

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    I'm holding out for an SE myself too!!!
     
  5. Paul_D

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    Will, your collection truly is scary! [​IMG] I can't remember the last time I browsed a collection with Castle Freak (Unrated), AND Babe: Pig in the City! [​IMG]
     
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    How is the quality of the transfer on the current DVD?
     
  8. Will K

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  9. Rain

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    I would recommend the DVD. Bare bones though it may be, it's still pretty good.
    Not having been a laser disc guy, I'm just happy to have been able to see the film OAR for the first time ever. [​IMG]
     

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