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ANOTHER Star Wars Trilogy (Trilogies?) DVD release on 11/04/08...


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#61 of 65 OFFLINE   MielR

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Posted August 28 2008 - 10:02 AM

The most recent releases (in '06) didn't just contain the theatrical cuts- they contained the '04 SE discs as well. This upcoming release (apparently) will be those same '06 sets, only all boxed together.
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#62 of 65 OFFLINE   Nicholas Martin

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Posted August 28 2008 - 10:53 AM

There's nothing "limited" about those 2006 releases, as they are easily found in any store for around $13 each. At the time, they were advertised in the same way as some of the Disney movies that are pulled from shelves after a time period. Didn't happen with these.

#63 of 65 OFFLINE   MielR

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Posted November 04 2008 - 11:48 AM

Has anyone purchased the Original Trilogy set? I'm trying to confirm that the original, non-anamorphic discs are identical to the 2006 releases.
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Posted November 05 2008 - 09:21 AM



#65 of 65 OFFLINE   MielR

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Posted November 05 2008 - 11:15 AM

"Unfortunately, these are still the same old non-anamorphic transfers. They look great (and are light years better than my fullscreen VHS tapes), but how much effort does it take to enhance these films for widescreen televisions?"

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We knew they were going to still be non-anamorphic, but I want to know if the discs are identical (still containing the Lego demos).

If the Lego demos aren't on these discs, that will affect compression somewhat, I imagine.
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