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TATOOINE OR BUST

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Does anyone know how to get a copy of this documentary? I'm trying to find that and STAR WRAS with no luck. Were they ever released on DVD/VHS?

FE<3OT

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They're an upcoming release of mine. When i get the time that is.
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Originally posted by: baby hum
They're an upcoming release of mine. When i get the time that is.
Any chance that they could be a part of a separate series of releases, apart from the current ongoing babyhum collection? The reason is, I draw a distinct line between things like 'sanctioned films documenting or pertaining to Star Wars' and 'unsanctioned fan films/documentaries about fans'. These two docs are purely of the latter category. Both types of films have their place, but they really don't belong on the same shelf, so to speak.

Just something to consider. I respect your work greatly, and I don't want to tell you how you should do your releases.

--SKot

Projects:
Return Of The Ewok and Other Short Films (with OCPmovie) [COMPLETED]
Preserving the…cringe…Star Wars Holiday Special [COMPLETED]
The Star Wars TV Commercials Project [DORMANT]
Felix the Cat 1919-1930 early film shorts preservation [ONGOING]
Lights Out! (lost TV anthology shows) [ONGOING]
Iznogoud (1995 animated series) English audio preservation [ONGOING]

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I'm with SKot there.
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Is there some connection between the naming convention "baby hum" and Star Wars i'm not getting? I personally understand the difference between officially sanctioned LFL material and fan created material on SW, but i've never gotten the sense that the baby hum releases we're going to stick to SW forever. (I know there was a thread on preserving Miyazaki, started by baby hum for instance) I've always viewed the names people use to preserve stuff as their mark to show what they appreciate. If those nameing conventions go away from material i'm not interested in, so be it. But i guess the completeist in many of us (it's nice to view the covers in chronological order which all have a common theme...), would like one name to be only for one type of material. But there's bound to be disagreements along the way. Can always 'inverse' the cover art to show off the aprocraphal nature of non official LFL material. I'm happy in whatever format/naming convention the re-creator puts it out as.
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IF, and i do mean IF, they fit, they will be special features on the two Omnibus discs i'm prepping. If they don't then i'll probably release them as a self contained disc.