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Here are the star wars tv recordings im looking for:

The Phantom Menace- 11/25/2001 (Fox)

The Empire Strikes Back:
11/22/1987 (NBC)
April 25, 2002 (Fox)
April 24, 2005 (Fox)

Return of the Jedi:
May 2, 2002 (Fox)
May 8, 2005 (Fox)

A New Hope:
May 2002 (Rough Estimate) (The WB Network)

Attack of the Clones:
5/22/2005 (Fox)

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why are they so hard to find?

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Press release on TPM 2001 TV Premiere:
http://ncam.wgbh.org/about/news/pr_11202001
Aired with “R2-D2: Under the Dome”

They are hard to find as they are over shadowed by easier, equal or better, official home releases. Working backward, the 2005 broadcasts would all match the 2004 DVDs. A digital capture might be slightly better resolution, if one surfaces. The 2002 versions would match what was aired on USA Networks through the 1990s, based off the SE. TPM 2001 Premiere would have matched the DVD release which came out months before. Can’t recall off-hand if the ESB tv premiere has surfaced, but versions from the next year from Australia can be found on the 'spleen.

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none said:

Press release on TPM 2001 TV Premiere:
http://ncam.wgbh.org/about/news/pr_11202001
Aired with “R2-D2: Under the Dome”

They are hard to find as they are over shadowed by easier, equal or better, official home releases. Working backward, the 2005 broadcasts would all match the 2004 DVDs. A digital capture might be slightly better resolution, if one surfaces. The 2002 versions would match what was aired on USA Networks through the 1990s, based off the SE. TPM 2001 Premiere would have matched the DVD release which came out months before. Can’t recall off-hand if the ESB tv premiere has surfaced, but versions from the next year from Australia can be found on the 'spleen.

What constitutes a better home release?

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ZodaEX said:

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Press release on TPM 2001 TV Premiere:
http://ncam.wgbh.org/about/news/pr_11202001
Aired with “R2-D2: Under the Dome”

They are hard to find as they are over shadowed by easier, equal or better, official home releases. Working backward, the 2005 broadcasts would all match the 2004 DVDs. A digital capture might be slightly better resolution, if one surfaces. The 2002 versions would match what was aired on USA Networks through the 1990s, based off the SE. TPM 2001 Premiere would have matched the DVD release which came out months before. Can’t recall off-hand if the ESB tv premiere has surfaced, but versions from the next year from Australia can be found on the 'spleen.

What constitutes a better home release?

The fact that the TV versions would be the most recent home video version broadcast over the air (or cable) then recorded on VHS, which would be a multi-generational loss of quality, when you could just find the equivalent home video release.

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