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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    On November 1, Revenge of the Sith will be coming to DVD. All the action, spectacle,
    drama and emotion of the Star Wars finale will be available for home viewing with unprecedented picture and sound quality,
    mastered directly from the digital source material.
    Aside from the movie itself, the DVD release contains a wealth of behind-the-scenes
    bonus material that examines the making of Episode III.

    Among the bonus material on disc two are deleted scenes that expand the story of Episode III.
    Already, members of Hyperspace: The Official Star Wars Fan Club
    have sneaked glimpses of three of them. "The deleted scenes include one that fans have been waiting a long time to see,
    one that shows Yoda arriving on the swamp planet of Dagobah," says Jim Ward, Senior Vice President of Lucasfilm and
    Executive Producer of the DVD release.
    -starwars.com

    So I did my searching and found this:

    http://www.millenniumfalcon.com/
    (screens)

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    Busyman's Avatar Use Logic Or STFU!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by worldpease
    On November 1, Revenge of the Sith will be coming to DVD. All the action, spectacle,
    drama and emotion of the Star Wars finale will be available for home viewing with unprecedented picture and sound quality,
    mastered directly from the digital source material.
    Aside from the movie itself, the DVD release contains a wealth of behind-the-scenes
    bonus material that examines the making of Episode III.

    Among the bonus material on disc two are deleted scenes that expand the story of Episode III.
    Already, members of Hyperspace: The Official Star Wars Fan Club
    have sneaked glimpses of three of them. "The deleted scenes include one that fans have been waiting a long time to see,
    one that shows Yoda arriving on the swamp planet of Dagobah," says Jim Ward, Senior Vice President of Lucasfilm and
    Executive Producer of the DVD release.
    -starwars.com

    So I did my searching and found this:

    http://www.millenniumfalcon.com/
    (screens)
    I'll be getting this only because I got the other five and for the deleted scenes.

    I'm actually glad that Star Wars saga is over...at least until another director comes along for it.
    Silly bitch, your weapons cannot harm me. Don't you know who I am? I'm the Juggernaut, Bitchhhh!

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    ApacNTS's Avatar Helljumper
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    i'd say the saga/legacy is finished. may be spinoff's and things, but the main story is done. looking back, the originial trilogy outshined the prequels. special effects will never win over a good story . be nice to pick this up tho. the battles were great.

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    Guillaume's Avatar Kentish old lady BT Rep: +8BT Rep +8
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    The Grand Admiral Thrawn books would be terrific on the big screen.

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    Busyman's Avatar Use Logic Or STFU!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guillaume
    The Grand Admiral Thrawn books would be terrific on the big screen.
    It's called the Thrawn Trilogy and I totally agree.

    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/showp...8&postcount=12
    Last edited by Busyman; 10-06-2005 at 10:32 PM.
    Silly bitch, your weapons cannot harm me. Don't you know who I am? I'm the Juggernaut, Bitchhhh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by worldpease
    On November 1, Revenge of the Sith will be coming to DVD. All the action, spectacle,
    drama and emotion of the Star Wars finale will be available for home viewing with unprecedented picture and sound quality,
    mastered directly from the digital source material.
    Aside from the movie itself, the DVD release contains a wealth of behind-the-scenes
    bonus material that examines the making of Episode III.

    Among the bonus material on disc two are deleted scenes that expand the story of Episode III.
    Already, members of Hyperspace: The Official Star Wars Fan Club
    have sneaked glimpses of three of them. "The deleted scenes include one that fans have been waiting a long time to see,
    one that shows Yoda arriving on the swamp planet of Dagobah," says Jim Ward, Senior Vice President of Lucasfilm and
    Executive Producer of the DVD release.
    -starwars.com

    So I did my searching and found this:

    http://www.millenniumfalcon.com/
    (screens)
    Music to my ears.

    Not too bothered about the extras though.

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    Guillaume's Avatar Kentish old lady BT Rep: +8BT Rep +8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman
    Quote Originally Posted by Guillaume
    The Grand Admiral Thrawn books would be terrific on the big screen.
    It's called the Thrawn Trilogy and I totally agree.

    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/showp...8&postcount=12
    Thanks, couldn't remember the exact name. I've read them years ago and I'm now waiting for teh e-mule to dl them.
    Anyway, that won't be possible, since Mark Hamil, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford are way too old.

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