I am seeing the film tomorrow at the theater where I saw The Clone Wars Pilot Film. That theater being the South Side Works.
Here is my updated list of Original Trilogy copies I have.
- 1982/1984/1986 CED
- 1992 FOX Video Fullscreen VHS
- 1995 Faces CLV Laserdisc
- 2000 Hong Kong 97SE VCD
- 2006 Limited Edition DVD (Fullscreen SE + Widescreen GOUT)
I like this idea. Adywan never got to do PT:Revisited, so this will be the closest we get to it.
I got my first VCD, the Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition (Hong Kong version).
I weeded a Pan and Scan VHS of Ben-Hur.
Rockman no Constancy and Rockman 3 Burst Chaser in Wily Wars style.
Does anyone happen to have a VHS preservation/rip of the first Empire Strikes Back VHS (or Beta) release from 1984? Would love to see it again. Thanks:)
The TN1 CED version is the sped-up PAL version, released in the US so that they wouldn’t have to use 2 CED caddies.
I am starting a 1 film per day marathon of this order tomorrow, taking a one day break to watch Meet Me in St. Louis at the South Side Works Theater in between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. I am also watching the Ewok films inbetween Return of the Jedi and Force Awakens.
Release order doesn’t work because the Anthology films break the pace of the ST. Chronological order doesn’t work because all the plot twists are spoiled. And Machete Order never accounted for new films being made.
To fix that, here’s the Ultimate Machete Order AKA Machete Order 2.0.
- Rogue One
- Star Wars
- The Empire Strikes Back
- The Phantom Menace
- Attack of the Clones
- Revenge of the Sith
- Return of the Jedi
- The Force Awakens
- The Last Jedi
- The Rise of Skywalker
Feel free to state your opinions or try this out.
The VHS set I have is the 1992 Fox Video set.
The Empire Strikes Back
The Last Jedi
A New Hope
Return of the Jedi
The Force Awakens
Revenge of the Sith
Attack of the Clones
Clone Wars Pilot Film
Keep up the good work, snooker.
I feel that the Jedi should have put up much more resistance to Order 66, thus letting Vader “hunt down and destroy the Jedi” as opposed to them being killed in one fell swoop.
I think Battle of the Heroes is best used as music for the credits, never heard during the film.
Project Threepio is also important because it helps preserve Cantonese, which is in danger because of Mainland China’s attempts to forcibly Mainlandize Hong Kong and replace Cantonese with Mandarin.
Anyone have links to these? I’ve been looking for something like this for some time now. I can’t find them anywhere, and can’t seem to find any way to gain access to “MySpleen”
I have his Episode V (Return of Maul) in 720p.
I don’t remember what it’s called.
Hal 9000 said:
I repeat so that this unanswered question doesn’t get buried: does anyone know where to find this?
either a.b.starwars or myspleen
Somebody posted a 3PO Audio archive a while back that could be scoured for lines.
Previously, the only arcade-accurate version of these games was the Gamecube version included in Rogue Squadron III. Now that it’s in capable hands, we’ll see these arcade classics properly preserved.
Padme dying creates a major, easily avoidable plot hole in ROTJ.
If the OUT gets an official (U)HD release, will Project Threepio still be maintained?
I really like the regrade making it look like 4K83.
I’d be interested in the bonus features from the Executor set.
I assume it’s an LPP with the Episode IV crawl.
How about replacing Padme in that scene with a hologram of the Chancellor?