Bond Movies

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  1. Erik_Hetz

    Erik_Hetz Auditioning

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    I've been trying to find the first two Pierce Bronson Bond movies but have been unable to find them in most retail stores. Is there a special edition coming out for these movies?? I'm thinking thats why I can't find any in stores.
     
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    Keith_R Screenwriter

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    Erik, the Bond films have been discontinued until probably when the next Bond film comes out (in order to promote it I guess.)If you are lucky you may still find them in B&Ms and I've seen a couple at Bestbuy. Hope this helps.
    Edit: The Bond films already have special Editions, so there is a pretty good chance you will pick up the particular titles you want in Special Editions.[​IMG]
     
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    I have all the Bond discs. I got about half of them on eBay so I suggest you check there.
     
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    If you DO find them in B&M's, it won't be Best Buy or somesuch place. Check your music stores (FYE, Turtles) and bookstores (Borders) that sell DVD's, and other out-of-the-way places.

    OR, if you want to collect ALL the Bond's, look for the 3 box sets. They seem to be easier to find. My local Borders had 2 copies each of all three of them as of last week.

    For what it's worth, Best Buy has Never Say Never Again listed in it's after-Christmas flyer as a sale item.
     
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    Shayne Lebrun Screenwriter

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    And watch out for Tomorrow Never Dies, as there is a barebones version out, in addition to a special edition.
     
  6. Tanner

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    Speaking of Tomorrow Never Dies, I have a copy that has a Silver/Gray cover. Then there is the copy that matches the rest of the Bond special editions. What is the difference between the two? Which one is better?
     
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  8. Justin Lane

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    Tanner, there is no dfference whatsoever. Both discs are exactly the same.

    I have noticed quite a few Bond discs at Borders lately. That is probably your best bet for picking up the majority of the ones you are looking for.

    J
     

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