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Topic # 105928 14-Jul-2012 12:07
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Apparently we can no longer buy the original Star Wars movies on dvd anymore. I know Bluray is better, but I need to get them on dvd.

Does anyone have a set in good nick they're willing to part with?




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  Reply # 655463 14-Jul-2012 12:11
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freitasm: Which episodes are you talking about?



Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi :)

Wouldn't mind getting the other three two, but the above are a must.




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  Reply # 655465 14-Jul-2012 12:15
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There are a few Star Wars Trilogy boxes on Trade Me from $90 + postage.

I do have the three original episodes here (IV, V and VI) and wouldn't mind selling, possibly with a discount over those prices.






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  Reply # 655467 14-Jul-2012 12:19
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freitasm: There are a few Star Wars Trilogy boxes on Trade Me from $90 + postage.

I do have the three original episodes here (IV, V and VI) and wouldn't mind selling, possibly with a discount over those prices.


That would be great, thankyou :)
Please let me know how much and how you'd prefer payment. Bank deposit and PayPal are things I can do!




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  Reply # 655483 14-Jul-2012 12:38
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did you want the original ones or the adulterated ones with the new graphics in them




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  Reply # 655489 14-Jul-2012 12:44
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Gilco2: did you want the original ones or the adulterated ones with the new graphics in them


Errrr... describe? I didn't know there were different versions of the first three movies @_@




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  Reply # 655508 14-Jul-2012 13:00
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Oh, there are. The original ones are very hard to find though. The more recent ones have additional scenes George Lucas put in there to complement the storyline. Not so much on Episodes V and VI, but more on episode IV.







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  Reply # 655510 14-Jul-2012 13:02
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Do these extra scenes make a huge deal negatively? If not, then eh, not worried :)




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  Reply # 655512 14-Jul-2012 13:03
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Unless you've seen the originals in a cinema, it won't make much difference really.





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  Reply # 655515 14-Jul-2012 13:11
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Asrafrate: Do these extra scenes make a huge deal negatively? If not, then eh, not worried :)
  not really.  Only for the purists of whom i used to be one.  Doesnt really bother me now, but it still does with quite a few people




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  Reply # 655518 14-Jul-2012 13:22
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freitasm: Unless you've seen the originals in a cinema, it won't make much difference really.



LOL I was 1 year from being born when the first one came out :)

All good, thanks guys :)




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  Reply # 655538 14-Jul-2012 13:56
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  Reply # 655569 14-Jul-2012 15:10
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I have the two disc set of Episode One, The Phantom Menace, let me know if you are interested.

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  Reply # 655573 14-Jul-2012 15:24

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Asrafrate: Do these extra scenes make a huge deal negatively? If not, then eh, not worried :)
  not really.  Only for the purists of whom i used to be one.  Doesnt really bother me now, but it still does with quite a few people


There have been multiple changes over multiple editions - for example, for Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (released originally in 1977) there were changes made for the 1981 theatrical re-release, 1997 "Special Edition", 2004 DVD release, 2011 Blu-Ray release and the upcoming 3D theatrical re-release.

http://www.dvdactive.com/editorial/articles/star-wars-the-changes-part-one.html



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  Reply # 655611 14-Jul-2012 16:58
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I saw the original on release and remember driving around town until either 10pm or midnight (cant remember exactly but was late) to go to opening showing.  Then saw it again a few times while still showing




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