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Darth Robin

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#1229843
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2006 OT versions
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I believe subtle audio changes were made to the other two films in 1993 but don’t quote me on that. Nothing visual as far as I know was changed with the last two films.

As far as I can tell: Aside from one missig sound effect in Empire, no. Unless you take into account the teathrical mono mix for Empire which had some different content but with Jedi at least I don’t think there were any changes done before 97.

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#1177793
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Attack of the Clones - Centropy Theatrical Telesync "Remastered"
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JawsTDS said:

Darth Robin said:

Attack of the Clones was shot digially.

You’re missing the point. The 35mm release print is not the same as the digital release version.

Really? They are different? I mean obviusly I realize 35mm prints would have had to be made. Not every teather had digital projection in 2002 after all but I thought it was exactly the same as the digital version.

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#1089772
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97 special editions
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nafroe said:

There’s a version of the '97 SE version of Episode IV which was done by Harmy… compiled from various sources and it looks very good.

It is available on tehparadox… Start up a free account and do a search for “star wars harmy.” You’ll find a thread called “Harmy’s STAR WARS Trilogy Despecialized Edition - NO DISCUSSIONS/REQUESTS (SEE POST #2).”

There are links there for Harmy’s Despecialized versions of Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi…  The links (and description) for Harmy’s REspecialized version are under those for ROTJ.  What’s pretty cool about this release is that it includes the original 5.1 DTS-HD audio as heard during the theatrical run of the SE’s.

Hope that helps!

Tehparadox is down for me. Or it’s blocked. Does anyone know if there’s any way to acess it?

Handman said:

TK-949 said:

Adywan’s color corrected version of ESB has the original emperor, so technically it’s the '97 SE.

Does Luke scream?

The audio is from a 1997 laserdisc so the audio is 100% '97. The video however is just color corrected '04(aside from the original Emperor) so some of the '04 changes are still present like the shadows on Han’s shoulders.

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#1089412
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StarWars.com 2004 Audio Commentaries
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Actually, scratsh that. I was confusing these with the text only commentaries done for the prequels. I did some researshing and as far as I’m able to tell Pablo only did audio commentaries for episodes IV and V. If I’m wrong pleace let me know but I’m pretty sure that’s the case.

Also I’m not convinced these were realeased in 2004. Pablo talks abut episode III was if it’s allready been released. I’m guessing these came out in 2005.

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#1087930
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StarWars.com 2004 Audio Commentaries
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Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

Darth Robin said:

BTW does anybody know how meany of these he did? Did he do one for all 6 episodes?

I believe commentaries were recorded for only the original trilogy to coincide with their first release on dvd.

I’m pretty sure I’ve seen other members on this forum refer to comentaries for at least episodes I and II as well.