/ buying star wars on dvd ?

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mike123 - on 10 Dec 2013
i ve just been looking at getting the original films for the kids. it seems that there is some discussion over various editions. i m not really worried about slight changes in edits, so should i just get the cheapest of amazon ? thoughts please film buffs.
johnj on 10 Dec 2013 - 86.112.78.158 whois?
In reply to mike123:

It depends how much of a geek you are and if you want the full continuity or the older films, maybe worth a trip round all local charity or cash convertor types shops which are near you to see what you can find first
Choss on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to mike123:

If you really want to impress, you should also get a copy of the Alan Dean foster book, splinter of the minds eye, as well.

Set after star wars, and before Empire. Never filmed.
Blue Straggler - on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to Choss:

Oooh. Not being a geek I'd never heard of that. Looks interesting, I like things that divide opinion
hokkyokusei - on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to Choss:

I remember reading that as a kid. Don't remember much about it now though!
jasonC abroad - on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to mike123:

Just make sure you get a version where Han shoots first.
Carolyn - on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to mike123:

Not up on the various editions, but Sainsburys had box sets in a reasonable price a few weeks ago - was tempted as I got VHS ones very cheap, but now they're the only thing we still have a video player for!
mike123 - on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to Carolyn:

thanks all. looks like a visit to ebay for whichever comes up.
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ewar woowar on 10 Dec 2013
In reply to jasonC abroad:

Spoiler alert!


;~))

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