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Info: Theatrical AOTC Discussion Thread
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towne32 said:

Some, like this guy on movie-censorship, say the DVD was produced from the digital theatrical master. I’d really like to find more information written before the DVD was released, though, to be certain. Padme’s awful “Yes” line had to have been a later fix, after reviewers mocked it, right? If nothing else, there would have been people arguing and defending the film as they did not witness it with “yes”.

Can you give more context for the “yes” line? I’m not finding any references to this anywhere in my searches.
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Right after posting, I ended up finding the answer to my own question.

After Padmé falls out of the Republic gunship, a Clone Trooper asks her if she is all right. Her original, energetic response of “Yes!” (which actually elicited laughter in some screenings) was changed to a more realistic and groggy “Uh-huh.” for the DVD.

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Help: looking for... Kerr's 'Red Book of Westmarch LotR' fan edits?
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Hello,

I am posting to ask if anyone has links to Kerr’s Red Book of Westmarch Lord of the Rings Fanedits from 2009? The most I have been able to find on them is one torrent file that is dead. Although I like Sharkey’s Purist Editions, I found the changes to be rather subtle at best in comparison to what I have read about Kerr’s edits. I would certainly like to see for myself but cannot find links.

Thank you much for your time!