FS: A few movies on Super VHS

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  1. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    Okay, first time seller here!

    I’ve got something kinda unusual here – not sure if they’re really worth anything, but I figured, what the hey? Can’t hurt, right?

    These four videos are rare Super-VHS copies. They came with the JVC S-VHS VCR I bought from Crutchfield several years ago. Three of them are still factory sealed and unopened. The other was viewed only once.

    Frankly I was disappointed with the one I watched. The picture just wasn’t as sharp as S-VHS recordings I regularly make from broadcast TV shows. However, the picture is much better than standard VHS tapes, so I guess that’s an improvement. The boxes don’t mention, but I’m sure they’re all pan-and-scan.

    Not sure what these are worth – judging by the prices people ask for used DVD’s here, I’m going to ask $6 each. If this isn’t a fair price someone let me know!

    The titles are:
    City Slickers (sealed)
    The Hunt for Red October (sealed)
    Ghost (sealed)
    Star Trek VI

    Regards,
    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
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    If you feel like cracking the seal, I'll take Return of the Jedi ONLY if it's widescreen
     
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    It's Star Trek, Jeff. Sorry for the typo (I've fixed it).
     
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    Oh well ;(
     

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