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DVDcover art for Rowman Bonus Features

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Has anyone made DVD cover art for these disc. I've looked and search high and low and have come up empty handed.
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Kris




Disc 1 - Star Wars Bonus Material:
-The Making of Star Wars (1977) 50 min.
-4 SW trailers
-"The Moments We'll Always Remember" (30 sec. The Simpsons promo. Bart blows up the Death Star)
-2 deleted Biggs scenes
-Alternate Cantina scene
-3 original audition clips from 1975 featuring Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford
-Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia on Saturday Night Live clip (1978)
-TROOPS (featuring the original "Bad Boys" theme that is not on the Total Movie DVD)
-"That 70's Show" Star Wars episode

Disc 2 - The Empire Strikes Back Bonus Material:
-SP FX: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 50 min.
-4 TESB trailers
-Harrison Ford, Anthony Daniels, Carrie Fisher, Billie Dee Williams interviews (1980)
-Underoos TV Commercial featuring Boba Fett 30 sec.
-THX demonstration short, "WOW!"
-THX sound editing demonstration short, "Soundtrack!"

Disc 3 - Return of the Jedi Bonus Material:
-Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi (1983) 50 min.
-From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (1983) 65 min.
-6 ROTJ Trailers (including 2 for "Revenge of the Jedi")

Disc 4 - The Definitive Collection Archive
(All of the supplementary material from the Definitive laserdiscs)
- "War Stories" an interview with the saga creator, George Lucas
- "Sound Advice" an interview with sound designer, Ben Burtt
- "The ABC's of Jedi Effects" an interview with effects supervisor, Dennis Muren
- A guided tour through the Lucasfilm Archives
- "How the Walkers Walk" time-lapse presentation narrated by Dennis Muren
- "A Flight through the Asteroids" story boards to final shot comparison
- Return of the Jedi Videomatics, narrated by Ken Ralston
- The Max Rebo Band's "Lapti Nek" music video
- Concept art slideshow narrated by artist Ralph McQuarrie
- Over fifty scenes from the trilogy with audio commentary by George Lucas, Dennis Muren, Ken Ralston, Ralph McQuarrie, Ben Burtt, and Frank Oz
- Hundreds of behind the scenes and special effects production stills from all three films

Disc 5 - The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978)
GUARANTEED to be the best copy you'll ever see. It was mastered from an original (and WELL PRESERVED) VHS tape recording of the one-time airing in 1978 on CBS. Also included is a one-minute Star Wars toy commercial with the same audio and video quality.

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I did. They're variations on another set I found, which I just modified the back of a normal set to include the contents of the bonus discs. Except the SWHS one. I'll upload them to Grisan's site in a day or so, if you'd like.

I used to be very active on this forum. I’m not really anymore. Hi everybody. You’re all awesome. Keep up the good work.

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I believe that RowMan only compiled the first three discs and the fourth was made by Cowclops for the TR47 set (correct me if I'm wrong guys). I have an almost complete cover for the Holiday Special disc, a work-in-progress for the DefCol disc (both will be posted when complete). I was planning to do individual covers for Rowman's three-disc set, but since I keep them in 2-disc cases with my TR47 OT discs, I like ReverendBeastly's system. Anyhow, RowMan has nearly completed a new set, which is superior to the set listed above (and is the best extras set around IMHO), so you might want to wait...
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Are those discs at myspleen????
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Originally posted by: THX
I believe that RowMan only compiled the first three discs and the fourth was made by Cowclops for the TR47 set (correct me if I'm wrong guys). I have an almost complete cover for the Holiday Special disc, a work-in-progress for the DefCol disc (both will be posted when complete). I was planning to do individual covers for Rowman's three-disc set, but since I keep them in 2-disc cases with my TR47 OT discs, I like ReverendBeastly's system. Anyhow, RowMan has nearly completed a new set, which is superior to the set listed above (and is the best extras set around IMHO), so you might want to wait...


Actually, I brought that 4th TR47 supplemental disc into the loop. It is similar to the Dr. Gonzo supplemental disc except that it does not include trailers (which are on the my individual movie bonus discs) and includes all of the scenes with commentary from the Definitive Collection films (because no commentary is included on the TR47 movies).

For now, my 4th supplemental disc will remain the same, but THX is correct. I am now completing 3 new bonus materials DVDs. The core material will remain the same on these discs and there will be some additional material and easter eggs. The menu styles were meant to match the EditDroid trilogy, but the discs will still complement any other trilogy set.

For myself, I'm just going to add the bonus disc info to the existing EditDroid covers as the discs will be stored together anyway.
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Sorry, RowMan, didn't realise that the DefCol disc was yours, too - this just makes your set even better!