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#255184
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Star Wars on RCA CED Format
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Found this on ebay tonight Star Wars CED Collectionand was wondering:

1) What print are this ?
2) Does Star Wars have the NONE IV craw.
3) What audio would they be Mono or Stereo or a 70mm or 35mm mixdown.
4) Is Ep V and VI in there original movie format ?

I would love to get this be cool to see how they look but I would not know the frist place to start in playing them.......

Also I have read that STAR WARS has the a clip thats missing the shot were Luke missing tossing the rope and does it again.....be interesting to see if this is true or not....
Just mt 2 cents I aways wanted to ask.....

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v324/THX1138/Star%20Wars/CED/b5_1.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v324/THX1138/Star%20Wars/CED/c2_1.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v324/THX1138/Star%20Wars/CED/b6_1.jpg
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#248449
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What's Original '77 and What's Not?
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ok what i mean was there all this diff versions of STAR WARS from 1977 for video there is the the bootleg tape, for audio there are a number of versions now...

that i am asking is there copys of Empire in a bootleg video from 1980 or audio and Jedia in bootleg video from 1983 or audio......

be intresting to hear or see this as they were in 70 mm audio if we can....


Also the 35 mm audio that was posted what version of the LD is it from ?
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#248324
Topic
What's Original '77 and What's Not?
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Originally posted by: Darth Mallwalker
35mm stereo mix (except Fox fanfare, which isn't the '54 recording by Alfred Newman) courtesy of Jeanine


Were is this audio from ? is it a VHS or a LD ?


Another question:

Also it seems like everyones aways looking at A New Hope's audio or diff in the way irt looks, what about Empire and Jedi are there any know copys of this from its time on the big screen like the VHS Bootleg of the frist film or even a TV airing with diff audio?

Are the early VHS/Beta copys of all 3 films diff ?

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#241455
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70mm Print info Hope its Useful
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I posted this on the 70mm audio area but I thought some maybe will not see it so I posted it here also I hope this is ok:


The 70mm Engagements Of The Original "Star Wars"

This page is useful or maybe not here s whats on the page:

What follows is a listing of 70mm Six-Track Dolby Stereo engagements of "Star Wars" (known today as "Star Wars: Episode IV -- A New Hope"). Standard 35mm engagements, in which the film was also released, have not been included. For historical note, the newspaper advertising hype has been quoted for selected entries.

As one can glean from the list, 70-millimeter engagements were kept to a minimum during the initial wave of release. Despite frequent moviegoer memories to the contrary, it was during the subsequent months of release that most theatres (that ran the film in 70mm) received a 70mm.



Also there is another page called:
May 25, 1977: A Day Long Remembered

Hope this is useful to all wondering about 70mm i found it intresting
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#241449
Topic
1977 70mm Soundtrack Recording
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The 70mm Engagements Of The Original "Star Wars"

This page is useful or maybe not here s whats on the page:

What follows is a listing of 70mm Six-Track Dolby Stereo engagements of "Star Wars" (known today as "Star Wars: Episode IV -- A New Hope"). Standard 35mm engagements, in which the film was also released, have not been included. For historical note, the newspaper advertising hype has been quoted for selected entries.

As one can glean from the list, 70-millimeter engagements were kept to a minimum during the initial wave of release. Despite frequent moviegoer memories to the contrary, it was during the subsequent months of release that most theatres (that ran the film in 70mm) received a 70mm.



Also there is another page called:
May 25, 1977: A Day Long Remembered

Hope this is useful to all wondering about 70mm i found it intresting
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#239889
Topic
Can this be used ????
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Everyones been talking lately about "The Story of Star Wars" audio being rare.....
Today I was going thought some of my old things and found "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" 24 page read-Along Book and Tape....my tape/records long gone prob played it out

on the bck it displays "A STAR WARS BOOK AND BASSETTE" and a picture of the droids

Anyhow my question like Sorty of Star Wars would this books on tape/record have the orginal film audio diff from the early VHS or laserdisc's?

also anyone got this book..love to hear it again..

As aways thank you for youur time
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#227675
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ROTJ SE 97 Rough Version ?????
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Sometime ago I saw a low looking mpg file entitled "ROTJ SE rough version ending" with a timecode on it, I ve read that there IS indeed a full copy of this and ANH SE 97 and ESB SE 97.

I was wondering if anyone had anymore info on this.....or possbly copys......

few more questions:
1) Is there anymore know "timecoded" footage out there ?
2) the footage were you see the unrestored copy of the film almost "green"
3) B/W footage


thank you for your time
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#213361
Topic
Star Wars DVD Covers
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Originally posted by: Lord Phillock
Here's a new design I did... just in case the Release of the OOT DVD package will suck... (wich it will...)

http://img61.imageshack.us/img61/7396/swtrilogynewkind33qv.png

and I also think that the DVD cover for the OOT will just be the 2004 DVD cover...
you think George would give a crap about that anyway?


Well i think there wondeful...any chance you could let some of us who like them..like me download them?
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#197871
Topic
Episode II on HBO in HD & Alternate Versions
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I was told this was aired a few years ago...and it was better then the DVD.....also been told there s a 7-10gb + copy flowing around online in the Bittorrent page....

Does anyone have it and is it better looking and would a 2 disc FAN DVD ever happen...????


Also
Also intresting read any way of locating this Alternate Versions ?

Alternate Versions for Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

Alternate Versions for Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

Alternate Versions for Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

Alternate Versions for Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

Alternate Versions for Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

Alternate Versions for Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi


Thank You for your time...
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#194037
Topic
Preserving episodes 1-3?
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what is this ?
Star Wars Attack of the Clones 1080p - 11.44 GB
Star Wars Attack of the Clones.0000.0000.ts

its on isohunt.com friend sent me the link.....


Also i remeber Star Wars Ep 2 online a week before it cameout on a low res avi with a watermark of TFM i belive on it..the avi was 200 mgs......i love to get a DVD copy of that.....and a copy of Ep 1 off the LD since i can't play my LDs anymore my player died
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#193965
Topic
This still around ?
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I remember a post about the following versions of the moives anyone got this ?

STAR WARS: Episode One - The Phantom Menace - The Japanese Laser Disc / Theatrical Cut LOOK DVD
- DVDR's - I own the LD but payed alot for it do not wanna play it like a Copy)

STAR WARS: Episode Two - Attack of the Clones - The Theatrical Version
- DVDr - Anyne have this ?

STAR WARS: Episode Two - Attack of the Clones - The IMAX version
- VCD SVCD - love to see this...

STAR WARS: The True Theatrical Version "1977 Star Wars Bootleg VHS"
- DVDr - Any copy be wonderful

STAR WARS: The Early 80's ITV recording
- DVDr - Any copy be wonderful
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#180371
Topic
THX "WOW!" Laserdisc
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A few years ago a friend my that uses to own a company that sold home audio and tv's gave me all his laserdisc and a player (player has sibnces died ) and in it there was a Laserdisc titled just "THX" on the covttom "NO FOR RESALE - FOR DEMONSTRATON USE ONLY" I asked my friend what this was, he told me it was a disc they uses to show off how laserdisc looked and sounded and it ran on a loop every day playing chapter 1-3 on side one and sometime they play side 2 chapter 4 but thats all...but he told me chapters 5-20 they uses when they setup a new sound system at the shop or at someone house that expanes why its a bit beat up the spine is split a bit and the back got a few scuffs but the laserdisc it great.....

ANYHOW I am posting here to see if anyone that has this is there anyway of puuting everything thats on the Laserdisc to DVDR ?

It was great for testing and seting up my sound systems when I had the laserdisc player but since I do not have one anymore I would love to know if anyone like I said that owns this and knows how to make LD to DVD can they make it ???

Thank you for your time
Chris