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B5 Crusade Box Set -- 4:3 ?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by RichD, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. Joshua_W

    Joshua_W Well-Known Member

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    There were actually three scripts released: "To the Ends of the Earth" and "End of the Line" (season finale) by JMS, and "Value Judgments" by Fiona Avery. Avery's script, "Value Judgments" dealt with Bester and some fallout from the Telepath War, and JMS's two scripts dealt with the "missing" Shadowtech.

    All three scripts were published on the (now gone) Bookface site. The scripts were never made available for download -- in fact the Bookface terms forbade anyone to copy them in any way -- and had to be read online with a very cumbersome interface.
     
  2. Stephane

    Stephane Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Rob, it may be interesting to see what they do with a lets say bout 2 too 2 1/2 hour movie. The arc will be a lot faster and hopefully they will include some very interesting space fighting seens so that the people that do not know B5 yet can get a good taste of it and will want to buy the DVD's after seeing in movie.

    It will be interesting to see everyone (those that participate) once more on the big screen. Too bad Dr. Franklin will not be there. He was a very interesting character to follow. I just hope that we get to se a little of the story arc that will involve where Lita and J'Kar are at as well. This could lead up to some very interesting things if JMS ever gets to continue the B5 saga.

    But this may be wishful thinking as there is only a few hours to start and finish the movie. Well a Sheridan said;

     
  3. Michael Sliger

    Michael Sliger Well-Known Member

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    If you planned to purchase this DVD set, but have not done so yet, you may want to consider buying it in the near future. In response to JMS' legitimate complaints about the editing of his commentary track, Warner will be removing the track completely from all future pressings. I expect that it will be a long time before that new pressing occurs, but you have been warned. [​IMG]

    http://www.jmsnews.com/msg.aspx?id=1-17279
     

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