Resevoir Dogs DVD question

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  1. Gregg Shiu

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    Hi all,

    I understand that there are 5 different colors of this DVD that are out right now, each with different inserts of quotes for each appropriate character. Also, there is a four disc set with all the colors except brown. What is the purpose of the 4-disc set? I'm almost 100% sure that the DVD content is the same on each of the 4 dvds, there are no Resevoir Dogs 2 or anything like that on each one. Can someone please answer this question for me? Thanks.
     
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    Luckily, working at Circuit City, I'm going to snag my Mr. Brown and set it aside Monday night!!! AHHAHAHAHAH!!!!
     
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    Which is what?
     
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    (whistling nonchalantly)
    Oh, nothin'. . .
    (goes back to whistling nonchalantly)
    [​IMG]
     
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    Well, OK is on the other side of the country, so I'M STILL GETTING MY MR. BROWN!!!!!!!
     
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    Contrary to my usual practice, I think I'm going to pick this one up blind, which I've actually never done before. However, it can be had for essentially 11 bucks at Best Buy, and I love Tarantino, Buscemi, and broken-timeline crime flicks. So which cover should I get? And is purchasing this movie blind a good idea, taking into account my above statement?
     
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    I have a question, too. Is there supposed to be an insert in the pocket of the outer cardboard slipcase? Mine has the pocket, but there's nothing it in.
     
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    I don't know about your area, but the Mr. Browns were plentiful on Tuesday in NJ (Best Buy, Compact Disc World). I got mine with ease through DVD Empire.

    Is there anyone out there who will admit to actually buying all the covers? Far be it from me to comment on another's spending habits, but buying 5 copies of the same thing to get separate covers is, uh, an interesting use of one's money.
     

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