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Star Wars DVD Question

Zodiac BraveZodiac Brave Registered User regular
edited November 2006 in Help / Advice Forum

Largely because I long for the voluptuous piece of smoldering ass known only as the Sy Snootles muppet from Return of the Jedi, and not the loud-mouthed CGI cuntface from the Special / first DVD edition of said movie, I desire to purchase the "Limited Edition" run of the original Star Wars trilogy on DVD. Because I have purchased the Star Wars trilogy a total of three times in the past, however (the original trilogy on VHS, the Special Edition on VHS, and the Specialer Edition on DVD), I'm looking to score these babies for as cheap as possible. No, I'm not going to venture into bootlegs or anything, nor am I interested in any format other than DVD. MY QUESTION, THEN, GOOD SIRS, is somewhat simple: just how limited do you think these so-called "Limited Editions" are? Is it going to be a case where in a couple of months I'll be able to get all three for like $20 on eBay, much like what happened with the first DVD release, or should I get them while I still can? I realize that it may be tough to know for sure, but I'm open to your speculation. Thanks.

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  • KrizKriz Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    seeing as how George Lucas absolutely hates the original unchanged movies, I wouldn't expect these DVDs to be around forever.

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  • cooljammer00cooljammer00 Hey Small Christmas-Man!Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    arent these lo quality laserdisc rips though? where Han shoots that guy first?

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  • DeusfauxDeusfaux Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    the problem with even the latest dvd release is that they are of poor quality.

    he still hasnt done what fans want - which is release them with all the remastered work that was done to them, but WITHOUT the content additions/changes.

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