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#1332268
Topic
Star wars 1-9 Correct buying / downloading versions
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kujythrgefdw said:

Centropy made a bootleg of the 35mm version of AOTC, so yes.
The Phantom Menace laserdisc doesn’t have English subtitles for the alien languages, so it doesn’t exactly represent the theatrical version.

Actually, the international theatrical version didn’t have subtitles for the alien languages, that was specific to the US and UK versions.

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#1324417
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Star Wars The Lost Cut: Everything We Know About It
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Tack said:

yotsuya said:

Or its a behind the scenes photo.

The original script for D42: “Darth Vader and the regional Governor Moff Tarkin stand before a huge screen that shows a million stars. Admiral Motti and General Tagge are standing with them.”

There’s a number of reasons why it might have been cut, but considering the other images from David West Reynolds’ article are clearly screenshots, we shouldn’t rule this out.

Actually I think you’re right, this photo is taken from “The Evolution of Star Wars” by David Reynolds (in the famous The Star Wars Insider #41 where The Lost Cust was detailed).

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#1324383
Topic
Star Wars The Lost Cut: Everything We Know About It
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yotsuya said:

Tack said:

Ronster said:

Look I made a mistake apologies about that but I did note that the Alien yet to be named Greedo apeared on 4th Draft revised not on 4th Draft so it is safe to assume that Montross became Greedo in the re-write that was the main point, but it negates the need for the Jabba scene IMO but would still be included in an assembly.

This is an alternate angle for scene D42.

I actually think you’re right about this. The novelization and Titleman script both describe this scene opening with the graphic of the star chart. They’re also in the same positions as in the final film. Either this is an alternate angle which they discarded in lieu of the single take used in the final film, or there was originally an establishing shot.

Or its a behind the scenes photo.

This

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#1324332
Topic
Star Wars The Lost Cut: Everything We Know About It
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oojason said:

Please feel free to post such claims and any others in your own ‘Lost Cut’ thread - but not in here - not without more substantiated evidence other than an assumed / ‘could have been’ scenario… thank you.
 

Dek Rollins said:

Sure, it’s interesting to look at stuff that didn’t make it to the shooting script, but that should be discussed in a ‘script differences’ thread in the OT discussion area.

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#1324265
Topic
Star Wars The Lost Cut: Everything We Know About It
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Ronster said:

ChainsawAsh said:

ZigZig said:

Ronster said:

You need to remove Greedo in the Cantina as this was a re-shoot to pair everything down then. I prefer the way it was done without the Jabba scene in terms how the handled it though.

No, definitely no.
The Cantina scene with Greedo is in the fourth script (Jan.1976)

Yeah, the Greedo cantina scene not a reshoot - when the Jabba scene was cut, the dialgoue in the Greedo scene was altered (by changing Greedo’s subtitles and lifting a Han line directly from the Jabba scene) to give the same information that the Jabba scene did. When they restored the Jabba scene in 1997, though, they forgot to revert the Greedo scene back to its originally-filmed state.

The Greedo scene is not a re-shoot but it was obviously caught that the Jabba scene was not working so the Jabba scene it would seem was discarded way before Tosche station and Biggs and so on all the other stuff.

There is no mention of the Jabba scene being in the Lost Cut.

https://starwarz.com/tbone/the-lost-cut-of-star-wars/

There are lot of mentions of the Jabba scene being in the Lost Cut.
Ronster, pleaaaaaaaase…

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#1324261
Topic
Star Wars The Lost Cut: Everything We Know About It
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Ronster said:

You need to remove Greedo in the Cantina as this was a re-shoot to pair everything down then. I prefer the way it was done without the Jabba scene in terms how the handled it though.

No, definitely no.
The Cantina scene with Greedo is in the fourth script (Jan.1976), so it was not a late re-shoot. Did you read the scripts that ChainsawAsh mentioned above?

Anyway, we can assume that the Cantina scene with Greedo is in the Lost Cut, and it is in the final cut also 😃

oojason said:

Please feel free to post such claims and any others in your own ‘Lost Cut’ thread - but not in here - not without more substantiated evidence other than an assumed / ‘could have been’ scenario… thank you.
 

Please, could you do as oojason advised… ?

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#1323225
Topic
Alternatives for Harmy Despecialized?
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ChainsawAsh said:

Pizza Time said:

ChainsawAsh said:

Pizza Time said:

But I can’t download them on my software

Why not? What is it about your “software” that prevents you from being able to download them?

The only computer I have is a horrible chromebook. It’s really only good for email.

That shouldn’t be a problem as long as you have an Internet connection and a large enough hard drive (which can be an external USB hard drive), right? Granted, I know next to nothing about Chromebooks, so maybe something else about them precludes being able to download large files…

I confirm that you can download a torrent or a Usenet file with a simple Chromebook. Even with a simple USB key…
You just need an Internet connection, but you have one obviously 😃