[ESB]They removed Yoda's line!?

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  1. DarthBane77 Jedi Master

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    LUKE: Still...there's something familiar about this place. I feel
    like...I don't know...

    Yoda: Feel like what?

    LUKE: Like we're being watched!


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    I have to say, I didn't notice this until just last night. I thought it didn't feel right. I asked my brother and he said that he thought it was always that way. Well, I checked the original, and I was right. Yoda did have a line here. It was removed. :( Now the scene sounds funny to me. I'm expecting to hear Yoda say "Feel like what?"

  2. SLAVE2 Jedi Grand Master

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    I'm confused, are you saying "Feel like what?" has been removed or that it has replaced an original line? Because I know "Feel like what" is still in the DVD version (I just checked), and I can't remember anything other than that line...
  3. Brandon Rhea Manager Emeritus

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    Yoda's line is still there. Just, be sure to listen for it. The only line changing in the Dagobah parts is changing "You're lucky you didn't taste good" to "You were lucky to get out of there."
  4. YodaJeff Manager Emeritus

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    Chances are, you're trying to listen to a 5.1 surround sound track through stereo speakers.
  5. fettmaster39 Jedi Master

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    I noticed the same thing, that Yoda's line was takin out, and
    I told my friend the next day. He said the line is still there, and
    sure enough he was right. But a a couple weeks later, the line was gone agian.
    I rewinded the part, and then Yoda said his line.

    I think this might have been a mistake on the disc itself the Lucasfilm didn't catch
    before it was put on store shelves.
  6. mandragora Force Ghost

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    I don't know what you're all talking about??? On my disk, the line is there.
  7. YodaJeff Manager Emeritus

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    The line is there. Period.

    Whether or not you can hear it depends on your speaker setup and audio settings.
  8. TwiLekJedi Pretty Ex-Mod

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    and for the very doubtful, it's probably in the subtitles, too
  9. thechozn1 Jedi Master

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    Well I needed a reason to test my new Bose surround sound and base cannon, so thanks[face_blush] . But it was there.
  10. DarthBane77 Jedi Master

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    I've tried with surround sound and without. I've checked the wiring. It is written in the subtitles and it is present when played in French and Spanish, but it is not present when played in English. At all. Not even a whisper.
  11. Brandon Rhea Manager Emeritus

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    Then, why did I just hear it? It is there.
  12. DarthBane77 Jedi Master

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    I don't understand what could be wrong then. Only one other person has mentioned the same problem in this thread. Anyone have any suggestions? Normally if something like this happened, I'd just fix a setting on my tv(or player), but this seems to be the only line that isn't there. Not sure what to do about it.
  13. DARTHFINGERZ Jedi Master

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    Maybe DvD's just act up sometimes...or DvD players.

    One time I couldn't see any of Jabba's subtitles for NO reason at all in RoTJ...I unplugged the DvD player and plugged it back in & then it worked okay.
  14. chiss_man Force Ghost

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    It's in there, I would have noticed that being missing. The changed lines were bad enough.
  15. Master_Jedi_Singh Jedi Master

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    And they took out him going "my turn, my turn"
  16. YodaJeff Manager Emeritus

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    Wait, who said "my turn, my turn"?
  17. Master_Jedi_Singh Jedi Master

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  18. Mister_Bunny Jedi Knight

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    Anyone have a link to an in-depth list of the DVD changes? kthxbi
  19. YodaJeff Manager Emeritus

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    Um, no he didn't.
  20. jedi_master_ousley Manager Emeritus

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    The "Feel like what" is still there, and Yoda never said "my turn, my turn."
  21. That_Jedi_Guy Jedi Master

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    Thats a really good article with the changes between theatrical release, Special Edition and DVD with pictures and audio changes and everything.
  22. MeBeJedi Jedi Grand Master

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    I think Yoda just said "Mine, mine" when struggling with R2.
  23. Rogue...Jedi Administrator Emeritus

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    I think Yoda just said "Mine, mine" when struggling with R2.

    Yeah, and I'm pretty sure thats still in the DVD. But its the closest match to "my turn, my turn", so I guess thats what he's talking about...

    I know the "Feel like what?" line is definitely still there.
  24. YodaJeff Manager Emeritus

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    I listened to the "feel like what" scene on my computer with both of the English audio tracks (5.1 surround sound and 2.0 stereo), and it was definitely there.
  25. Master_Jedi_Singh Jedi Master

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    Um yes he did. They showed the OT on ITV and i recorded them on video. I just watched it and he does.
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