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Hi. im new here. im looking for star wars tv recordings.

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From any particular time, place? Also why?

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Mocata said:

From any particular time, place? Also why?
yes any particular time and place is fine. im mostly looking for star wars recordings from fox network but any particular time and place is fine. im looking for star wars tv recordings because some tv airings of the star wars movies are hard to find

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First, please put a an empty line between what you’re quoting and your reply.

Second, what doubleofive means is that there are several “versions” of the film Star Wars, as when it was released at various times it had different things about it changed.

For example, the original theatrical Star Wars did not say “Episode IV: A New Hope” in the opening crawl. In a release on home video, during the escape from the Death Star the Stormtroopers had “Close the blast doors!” dialogue added. etc. There even were changes from the '97 Special Editions to the '04 Blurays to the ('11?) Blurays.

005 is asking you what aspects of Star Wars you’re looking for, beyond just “Special Edition” or “Theatrical”.

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Harmy said:
It’s like it’s quite possible that Picasso would have loved to use Photoshop for some of his paintings if it was available back then, but if you take a picture from Picasso and recreate it in Photoshop, it’s not going to be the same picture and it can hardly be used to demonstrate Picasso’s brush techniques.

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I thought he was asking if he’s trying to mimic a tv broadcast he saw as a child.

^ Needs to pull the stick out.

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Possessed said:

I thought he was asking if he’s trying to mimic a tv broadcast he saw as a child.

Also that.

at348, Are you wanting it to be HD quality, or are you wanting it to look and feel like a TV broadcast from back in the day?

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Harmy said:
It’s like it’s quite possible that Picasso would have loved to use Photoshop for some of his paintings if it was available back then, but if you take a picture from Picasso and recreate it in Photoshop, it’s not going to be the same picture and it can hardly be used to demonstrate Picasso’s brush techniques.

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doubleofive said:

Do you think the TV version is different from the currently available official versions? Do you want something from the 80’s? It’s been shown on TV a lot.

Yes I want to see if episode 2 episode 1 and episode 5 TV versions from fox are different or the same from home media releases

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doubleofive said:

As far as I know, they’re identical to the home video releases as they use the same master files.

Ok but I still would like
to have those recordings

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at348 said:

doubleofive said:

As far as I know, they’re identical to the home video releases as they use the same master files.

Ok but I still would like
to have those recordings

Yes, but which ones?

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Harmy said:
It’s like it’s quite possible that Picasso would have loved to use Photoshop for some of his paintings if it was available back then, but if you take a picture from Picasso and recreate it in Photoshop, it’s not going to be the same picture and it can hardly be used to demonstrate Picasso’s brush techniques.

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I think it would be helpful if someone could explain what the different home video releases actually are and their differences. I don’t personally have that information though.

Harmy said:
It’s like it’s quite possible that Picasso would have loved to use Photoshop for some of his paintings if it was available back then, but if you take a picture from Picasso and recreate it in Photoshop, it’s not going to be the same picture and it can hardly be used to demonstrate Picasso’s brush techniques.

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Unless you really want the commercial breaks or the VHS distortion from an analogue recording I don’t quite know what the question is.

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chyron8472 said:

I think it would be helpful if someone could explain what the different home video releases actually are and their differences. I don’t personally have that information though.

In the 1997 version it’s the one with the really bad Jaba the hutt it was the one released in theaters It adds Jedi rocks and Luke screaming as Luke drops off of the pole at the end of empire strikes back If you want that version look up harmys Respecialized

2004 version with Hayden Christian at the end of return of the Jedi and the really bad color correction and it adds Naboo to the end of return of the Jedi it adds the Ian mcdermand as the emperor in empire strikes back

2011 version it adds the r2d2 rock it adds Vader screaming no at the end of return of the Jedi it adds the really bad obi wan scream

That is the very brief version of the major changes

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HerekittykittyX said:

chyron8472 said:

I think it would be helpful if someone could explain what the different home video releases actually are and their differences. I don’t personally have that information though.

In the 1997 version it’s the one with the really bad Jaba the hutt it was the one released in theaters It adds Jedi rocks and Luke screaming as Luke drops off of the pole at the end of empire strikes back If you want that version look up harmys Respecialized

2004 version with Hayden Christian at the end of return of the Jedi and the really bad color correction and it adds Naboo to the end of return of the Jedi it adds the Ian mcdermand as the emperor in empire strikes back

2011 version it adds the r2d2 rock it adds Vader screaming no at the end of return of the Jedi it adds the really bad obi wan scream

That is the very brief version of the major changes

Yes, but there are more versions with changes than just these. Some are more subtle.

Harmy said:
It’s like it’s quite possible that Picasso would have loved to use Photoshop for some of his paintings if it was available back then, but if you take a picture from Picasso and recreate it in Photoshop, it’s not going to be the same picture and it can hardly be used to demonstrate Picasso’s brush techniques.

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chyron8472 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

chyron8472 said:

I think it would be helpful if someone could explain what the different home video releases actually are and their differences. I don’t personally have that information though.

In the 1997 version it’s the one with the really bad Jaba the hutt it was the one released in theaters It adds Jedi rocks and Luke screaming as Luke drops off of the pole at the end of empire strikes back If you want that version look up harmys Respecialized

2004 version with Hayden Christian at the end of return of the Jedi and the really bad color correction and it adds Naboo to the end of return of the Jedi it adds the Ian mcdermand as the emperor in empire strikes back

2011 version it adds the r2d2 rock it adds Vader screaming no at the end of return of the Jedi it adds the really bad obi wan scream

That is the very brief version of the major changes

Yes, but there are more versions with changes than just these. Some are more subtle.

That is why I said most of the major changes

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