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GOUT.... HOW MANY VERSIONS..?

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Hey Guy’s,

Just when I think I know how many versions of GOUT have been made I stumble upon another here is my list so far if you know of anymore please let me know.

STAR WARS - A NEW HOPE:

  • HARMY DESPECIALIZED - 2.7
  • TEAM NEGATIVE 1 SILVER SCREEN - V1
  • TEAM NEGATIVE 1 SILVER SCREEN - V1.6

ESB:

  • HARMY DESPECIALIZED - 2.0
  • TEAM NEAGTIVE 1 - GRINDHOUSE

ROTJ:

  • HARMY DESPECIALIZED - 2.5
  • TEAM NEGATIVE 1 - GRINDHOUSE

I was reading a thread witch was suggesting a release of ESB grindhouse 3.1…?? did this get an iso B/D release.?
Also is it just the 1 release of ROTJ by Team Negative 1…?

Cheers,

Dean.

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Welcome to the forum! Just to sort of help you get a handle on the nomenclature around here, GOUT specifically describes the laserdisc master released as a bonus disc in 2006. As far as I know, the only versions are PAL and NTSC ones of the trilogy.

As far as what you’re getting at (fan made versions of the OT), if you’re including multiple versions of TN1’s, I guess you would include multiple versions of Harmy’s (or not the former).

The RoTJ Grindhouse is a Harmy release, not TN1. Yes, just the one.

There are the Dark Jedi restorations of the GOUT discs (I believe 1.0 - 3.0 of the whole trilogy, and the Team Blu release of SW). There are many laserdisc captures and probably some more things I’m not thinking of.

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towne32 said:

Welcome to the forum! Just to sort of help you get a handle on the nomenclature around here, GOUT specifically describes the laserdisc master released as a bonus disc in 2006. As far as I know, the only versions are PAL and NTSC ones of the trilogy.

As far as what you’re getting at (fan made versions of the OT), if you’re including multiple versions of TN1’s, I guess you would include multiple versions of Harmy’s (or not the former).

The RoTJ Grindhouse is a Harmy release, not TN1. Yes, just the one.

There are the Dark Jedi restorations of the GOUT discs (I believe 1.0 - 3.0 of the whole trilogy, and the Team Blu release of SW). There are many laserdisc captures and probably some more things I’m not thinking of.

Hey dude, thanks for the reply I can not beleive how many versions are out there.!! at this point does anyone care anymore about a genuine release of the original trilogy…?

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Vader21 said:

towne32 said:

Welcome to the forum! Just to sort of help you get a handle on the nomenclature around here, GOUT specifically describes the laserdisc master released as a bonus disc in 2006. As far as I know, the only versions are PAL and NTSC ones of the trilogy.

As far as what you’re getting at (fan made versions of the OT), if you’re including multiple versions of TN1’s, I guess you would include multiple versions of Harmy’s (or not the former).

The RoTJ Grindhouse is a Harmy release, not TN1. Yes, just the one.

There are the Dark Jedi restorations of the GOUT discs (I believe 1.0 - 3.0 of the whole trilogy, and the Team Blu release of SW). There are many laserdisc captures and probably some more things I’m not thinking of.

Hey dude, thanks for the reply I can not beleive how many versions are out there.!! at this point does anyone care anymore about a genuine release of the original trilogy…?

Yeah, people care. There are two or three pretty active threads here about it.

Personally, I think it would be important just as a sign of respect to the films as well as the many fans of the original trilogy, pre-SE. There are a lot of people, even here, who think it’s only a fringe group of a few hundred or thousand who want the original films back. But I think there are many more than that, among the fans of Star Wars who are not necessarily die hard fans who spend all day on theforce.net or r/starwars (these groups strongly supported George over the years, and evolved to do a good job of silencing dissent). On popular media sites and social media, I’ve never seen an article posted about the first three films, where half of the comments weren’t somehow related to the unaltered versions. And I don’t think that’s coming from us, here…

Of course, there’s always the chance that, if they did release the unaltered trilogy, they could do a great job with it. If not (perhaps quite likely), it will still be an amazing resource for fan edits that further refine the attempt.

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towne32 said:

Vader21 said:

towne32 said:

Welcome to the forum! Just to sort of help you get a handle on the nomenclature around here, GOUT specifically describes the laserdisc master released as a bonus disc in 2006. As far as I know, the only versions are PAL and NTSC ones of the trilogy.

As far as what you’re getting at (fan made versions of the OT), if you’re including multiple versions of TN1’s, I guess you would include multiple versions of Harmy’s (or not the former).

The RoTJ Grindhouse is a Harmy release, not TN1. Yes, just the one.

There are the Dark Jedi restorations of the GOUT discs (I believe 1.0 - 3.0 of the whole trilogy, and the Team Blu release of SW). There are many laserdisc captures and probably some more things I’m not thinking of.

Hey dude, thanks for the reply I can not beleive how many versions are out there.!! at this point does anyone care anymore about a genuine release of the original trilogy…?

Yeah, people care. There are two or three pretty active threads here about it.

Personally, I think it would be important just as a sign of respect to the films as well as the many fans of the original trilogy, pre-SE. There are a lot of people, even here, who think it’s only a fringe group of a few hundred or thousand who want the original films back. But I think there are many more than that, among the fans of Star Wars who are not necessarily die hard fans who spend all day on theforce.net or r/starwars (these groups strongly supported George over the years, and evolved to do a good job of silencing dissent). On popular media sites and social media, I’ve never seen an article posted about the first three films, where half of the comments weren’t somehow related to the unaltered versions. And I don’t think that’s coming from us, here…

Of course, there’s always the chance that, if they did release the unaltered trilogy, they could do a great job with it. If not (perhaps quite likely), it will still be an amazing resource for fan edits that further refine the attempt.

Yeah fingers crossed One day it will happen maybe Disney are the one’s to finally do it, the films should be seen the way they were originally made, let’s be honest none of us really like all the shite Lucas added to the trilogy… I do wonder what was going through his mind…? I have never gotten over when I first saw Jabba in the hanger… Christ.!

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