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George Lucas…

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    doesn’t just take the biscuit.

    no, he snatches the whole packet and slowly and cruelly dips each one in his coffee before eating it, tantilisingly, in your face.

    <!– m –><a class="postlink" href="http://www.originaltrilogy.com">http://www.originaltrilogy.com</a>&lt;!– m –>

    Unbelievably, the original trilogy – unaltered – is to be released on DVD.&nbsp; but as extras.&nbsp; Now obviously this proves the demand, but not only are they relegated to extras, they’re also in letterbox, NOT anamorphic widescreen!



    Stop feeding the monster

    I did – A Long Long Time Ago in a Galaxy far far Away …….

    Well around 1980 <!– s;D –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/grin.gif" alt=";D" title="Grin" /><!– s;D –>

    Although I did slip up with the first of the new trilogy (can’t even remember its name) — But ..

    Never Again – NEVER AGAIN!!!!



    Well although feeding the monster is bad, at least the original version of the original trilogy are going to be preserved on DVD format before the negatives and old tapes ware out and it will help to remind children that you don’t need huge amounts of computer generated imagery to make Sci-fi movies

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