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Blu-Ray and other HD box size STAR WARS covers

Slimer Joel said:

I’ll be buying a Blu-ray burner soon so I decided to make some custom covers for the DeSpecialized editions. They’re all based off the CBS Fox releases (might be from the Trilogy set? IDK, let me know!) which are the original VHS tapes I watched the trilogy on growing up. Everything on the back is made from scratch utilizing the original publicity photos and poster art used for the VHS sleeve designs (with the exception of ESB which has an orange coloration on the poster not found on my VHS copy and ROTJ whose back cover background is a slight remodel as the original publicity photo for the throne room scene is virtually nonexistent online from what I could find).

Sorry for the smaller size and watermark. Don’t know how to fix the former and I don’t have a license key for the latter.

This is my first real attempt at making covers. I hope they turned out semi decent!

These are awesome, great job. They are from the 1990 trilogy boxet I’m pretty sure.

Alternate 1997 Special Editions (What if...?)

JadedSkywalker said:

Lucas original intention was just to fix the Landspeeder shot, remove matte lines. Restore the picture and prepare a multi track audio mix for modern digital 5.1 systems.

If he had done only those things along with recomped effects and redone wipes and dissolves would fans still have been bothered? I mean if he had not used it as a testing ground for cartoon cgi to prep the prequels.
Added Dinosaurs and silly slapstick like the falling Jawa, or didn’t have Greedo shoot first.
I don’t think the new cgi X-wings scene works at all, much worse than the original model shots. The worst part the same pilot is in all the X-wings, and i think it was Jon Knoll inserting himself into the movie.

Yeah I really think we all would be a lot happier with the official releases if he had just cleaned up the film and stuck with his original intention for the special editions. I feel like if he had to add things to the content of the film, If it would have been deleted scenes(which were filmed at the same time as the films), it would have fit nicely compared to the CGI shots that in some cases stick out or didn’t age well.

Alternate 1997 Special Editions (What if...?)

Hey folks,

I am new to this so please bare with me if this topic has been covered before.
I know this is random but first I wanted to give a big shout out and thank you to Harmy and Team Negative One for their incredible work.
I Still haven’t been able to see the Grindhouse Editions but Despecialized and 4KXX are awesome.

So here is my question, what if in 1997 George Lucas just cleaned up the deleted scenes, added them back into the original films, and nothing else? No Han shooting at same time, no wampa, no Jedi rocks, and the Jabba scene’s dialogue would be changed to where it was Jabba’s righthand man(or something) coming to confront Solo, not a CGI Jabba.
Would the films be better? Would we still want an official release of the original films?
Which deleted scenes are completely unusable? Which ones do you really think would make the films better?

I Appreciate you taking the time to read this.

NJVC Custom Blu-ray Set of Harmy’s Despecialized Editions now available on Mega

SirGnomes said:

Hey SnooPac,
I’d really like it if you could find the BD50s for all 3 of the “films + special features” discs.
Thank you very much!

Is there anyway I could get these too SnooPac. I would really appreciate it. I followed all the steps until I realized several files were missing. Please PM me.