Just curious

Discussion in 'San Antonio, TX' started by DarthCynthia72, Nov 29, 2005.

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  1. DarthCynthia72 Jedi Master

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    Who has the fullscreen version of all 6 movies?
    I have the widescreen versions. And I was just curious if they're different too,[face_thinking] meaning; EP I,II,& III are in gold, & EP IV, V, & VI are in silver. I have them lined up together in my entertainment center(it has glass doors so you can see everything inside) & it just looks weird.
  2. JEDI_SHADOWTECH Jedi Knight

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    I have the fullscreen version of EP IV, V, & VI in video and they are in gold. My nephew (not into star wars) has the widescreen verison and they're in silver.
    At the time I bought them I did'nt have a DVD player, but now that I have one I only have EP II & III in DVD. I've only seen silver for widesrceen and gold for fullscreen.
    Make you wonder why they did that.
    Maybe Lucasfilms Inc. needed more money to cover those cool special effects.[face_laugh]
  3. Darth-Hulk Jedi Master

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    I have the widescreen original trilogy special edition and the widescreen prequel trilogy all on DVD as well as the original trilogy special edition on VHS and the Original Original Unedited Untampered original trilogy on VHS. I whip those out every blue moon when I'm feeling oooold schooooool!!!
  4. DarthCynthia72 Jedi Master

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    Ooooo aren't you special.:cool:
    I have that version too, but I don't play it much.
    I'm trying to preserve it.:-B
  5. Darth-Hulk Jedi Master

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    Special like Nick, or the good kind of special? I don't play my copies much either because I'm afraid they will wear out too.
  6. PhantomMenace Jedi Grand Master

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    The best thing to do if you're not going to watch them is rewind and fastforward through each VHS once a year. That way you maintain the quality of the tape. If not the color eventually wears and the tape fades.
  7. DarthCynthia72 Jedi Master

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    Really?[face_thinking]I didn't know that. I thought the high pitch noise my VCR makes when I rewind tapes was ruining them. Or is my VCR the only one that makes that noise?:confused:
  8. Darth-Hulk Jedi Master

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    Uh no, my vcr makes the same noises.
  9. lordsinner Jedi Knight

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    You could always get the VCR checked to make sure it's not a mechanical malfunction.

    Or not. Something to ponder.

    Lordsinner

    Peace Out Ya'll [face_peace]

  10. DarthCynthia72 Jedi Master

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    eh, I don't use it very much anyway.
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