Wow, I just saw Bobson Dugnutt’s recreation of the human Jabba scene and boy its amazing compared to the Youtube listing.
In 1983, Star Wars and Return of the Jedi soundtracks were released on CD. There was a German release distributed by RSO of Star Wars and Return of the Jedi with a red disc (Red Label). However, The Empire Strikes Back has no Red Disc. I may be mistaken but does anyone know if there is one? As I’m collecting the Red Labels soundtracks for Star Wars.
Guys, could anyone help me find the Japanese laserdisc theatrical cut version of TPM? Seems to have vanished from the internet now.
Yeah defiantly, I agree
The 1997 VHS Special Edition release of The Empire Strikes Back with Luke screaming down the reactor shaft after he finds out the truth about his family. Is it just me, or does his scream sound like Marty McFly?
If you don’t have the 1997 VHS, you can view the scene that I’m talking about here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5p9ozSFOMQY: 5 minuets and 14 seconds in.
OK. That makes more sense. Has someone cleaned up the scene and added into there own version of the original film in HD? Like I know there people out there who do these things.
I’ve also noticed that the whole movie was filmed darker. Where as the 1997 and even the 2004 release was enhanced to look brighter. I don’t know if this was because the Empire Strikes Back was considered to be a darker movie or was it just the technology?
Did they get access to the original films?
OK thanks. How could that have recreated the human Jabba scene on VHS if it had never been released?
So yesterday, I watched the 2006 Star Wars DVD release. Included was “supposedly” the original version of the film. However,I noticed that the human version of Jabba the Hutt was not included. Now was this scene included in the original release of the film or it was cut which explains why it isn’t there? This has really bugged me. Do you any of you know the answer?
Thanks CatBus! Was the fullscreen released in a collector’s tin like the widescreen?
Can you send photo’s in chat? So I can further explain what I’m trying to talk about?
The only reason I would want the film’s in a fullscreen format, is because I’m a collector. Otherwise no, widescreen is better. From my research yesterday, I can confirm that they have released a 2006 version on DVD in Fullscreen individually. Not in a trilogy set like the widescreen release in the collector’s tin or in 2008 with the slim case release.
Or can you only get the 2006 fullscreen versions individually.
It appears I have a problem. In 2006, LucasFilm released the 30th anniversary “limited Edition” DVD collectors tin set including both the special edition and the original theatrical version of, A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi in a widescreen format. I was wondering, if they had ever released the same tin with both special and original versions but, in a fullscreen format?
Yes, LP, Vinyl, Record. Thank you so much
Hello, I was just wondering, if you guys know where to buy the original Star Wars LP’S from? Because I’m trying to find them but I can’t. Well I can, but not the White Label Promo ones. PLEASE HELP ME!
Greetings once again,
I was wondering what the best Star Wars LP is
Or is the picture the same quality? I wouldn’t suspect it would be though.
OK. So what has better picture then. VHS, or LaserDisc as well?
Greetings, sorry for the constant messages. I’m just suddenly so into LaserDisc and VHS and I’m also conducting a project to make the best possible version of The Phantom Menace from the original theatrical version without using Blu-ray (because it isn’t the original theatrical version). Anyway, Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace was released in 4 MAIN formats. DVD, Blu-ray, LaserDisc and VHS. The original theatrical version (unaltered) was released only on LaserDisc and VHS. Now, (from what I was told) the LaserDisc version has the best picture, and the VHS has the best audio. Is that correct. Also, was the Laser Disc format for the Phantom Menace only released Japan meaning there was only a Japanese copy? And, would it matter if I buy a PAL or NTSC version of the VHS format? Would there be a difference in quality.
Also another question, what is the best possible version on laserDisc for the Original Trilogy? I was thinking of buying the 1993 Definitive Collectors edition or the 1986 Japanese Special Collection. What do you recommend I get? What’s the best copy you know of?
Is there a difference between the Laser Disc and VHS? Or are they the same?
OK. Thank You very much.