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#192097
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Song Of The South
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I have a DVD of it now, and it's pretty good, so I think I'll go ahead and just send out copies of that to whoever needs it rather than wait for Vandal to see if his is of a better quality. If his comes through and it IS noticeably better, I'll make it known. I'm ready to go on this now, so go ahead and PM if you want one (Sorry I wasn't able to get to you in time Rikter, but I'm glad to hear you got ahold of it regardless!!!)
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#185327
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The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Director's Cut
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Initially I have to admit I wasn't terribly intrigued by this project...(this from the guy who's happy as a half-wit ringbearer from getting Song Of The South without subs...) But I gotta say, the more I see/read about this the more interested I'm becoming. I have NO doubt that what you finally decided to call the "finished product" will be phenomenal...
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#181060
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***//BUILDING EMPIRE\\: PAL & NTSC DVD - NEW EDITION NOW ONLINE! ***
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Since the plans are for a PAL-only release, is there anyone who'd be able to "re-gigger" (yes, that's just for you Jambe...tee-hee!) this and make an NTSC release? I mean, provided Jambe would approve of such a thing transpiring... I'd like to watch this, but I don't really like watching stuff on my PC usually and I don't have a multi-format DVD player... :-( Damn my north american hide!
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#177157
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Song Of The South
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True, it isn't the best of Disney's live action work (we all know Darby O'Gill & The Little People gets that title... right? :-) OK, maybe Love Bug) but it is an historic film and has, for the last 20 years since its last theatrical run, been shunned by Disney. And frankly I think that just the innovation for its time, and the skill (again, for its time) with which the animation and live action were blended together is quite spectacular. Plus the songs make me smile like a half-wit, so hey.
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#176368
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Song Of The South
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Well it looks like I'll be getting a copy from Vandal and from DAYV, which is cool. I'll take a look at them both and see if they really are the *exact* same disc (since Vandal's mentioned something about some minor fan restoration work). If they are, I'll just immediately drop one of the two copies back in the mail to whoever wants it. If they're not, I'll ISO whichever the better copy is and start burning/mailing copies of that one to whoever wants it. Also, I'll attempt to get it up'd to MySpleen if they'll allow it (if anyone could help that cause, that would be appreciated). In any case, I've got a ginormous stack of blanks just itching to have something on them, so go ahead and PM me if you want to get this. Let's get this party started...errr... something.
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#174218
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Song Of The South
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OK, maybe you guys think I'm weird for wanting this. Now, it seems this has actually been done, but I'm not sure how to get ahold of it. I found a torrent for a straight-up movie-only DVDR of lesser quality with the japanese hardcoded subs during the songs, but I keep seeing people selling DVDRs on eBay that claim to have NO subtitles, is complete with the notorious "tar baby" sequence, and have two theatrical re-release trailers and a radio interview. But I haven't had any luck finding anyone who's got it that DOESN'T want to sell me a copy for 20-30. And so I guess i'm not looking for a "new project" so much as someone who's already got the result of what someone else put together... Is there anyone out there who can help with this?

And to the Admins, sorry if this post isn't kosher, but I figured it kinda fit since Song Of The South, as much or more than any other movie, needs to be preserved and kept in the hands of fans since Disney is, frankly, still avoiding this like the plague.
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#168280
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Classic Edition: Return of the Jedi by Ocpmovie
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Sorry for the confusion ocpmovie, what I meant was that the covers that I've printed out to use are the ones you have hosted as:
http://orangecow.org/starwars/swcovers-nonocp/classic1withtext-coov.jpg
and
<a href>http://orangecow.org/starwars/swcovers-nonocp/esbredvaderwtext-coov.jpg</a>

I just like the uniformity of the bars running across the top and bottom on both, and I like the style of the posters (sorry, I'm not up on different poster designs so I really don't know what the "style" letters would be for them, or their origins) as they seem to have similar characteristics in so far as they both have an almost cartoon/comicbook-like feel to them. Like I said, I don't know the different poster variants, so I don't know if there is an ROTJ poster that could be used that would have a similar feel, I was just wondering if Coov had something like that in the works. I'd be very curious to see the 3 different covers that you said he's created for ROTJ so far though! Everything he's put together has been pretty impressive.
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#168247
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Classic Edition: Return of the Jedi by Ocpmovie
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Coov: Are you planning on doing a cover that would be more in line with the designs of covers like the first Star Wars:CE cover that you did and the red Vader ESB cover? Because I'm really liking those two, and they're the ones that I'm using for my copies of these DVDs... Just wondering (read: "hoping") since the one i've seen of yours so far for ROTJ doesn't really fit this theme/style, and I feel those two covers have a certain stylistic continuity and would like to be able to fill out the set in that same style...