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Indiana Jones Trilogy DVD box set coming soon

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Ian Cox, Apr 29, 2003.

  1. Ian Cox

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    According to the digital bits the Indiana Jones Trilogy DVD box set is rumoured to be set for a November release and Paramount will make an official announcement soon. It is going to be a 4 disc set, one for each film and an extras disc. Hope this is true as I for one would love to get my hands on this as will many others. You can find more info here.
     
  2. Rambo John J

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    My own biggest worry is that they'll only be available as a box, no individual disc releases. I wouldn't mind if they only release Raiders on its own, like they did with Back To The Future, as Raiders is the only one I want anyway. I don't fancy spending money on 2 discs I've no interest in just to get the one I actually want.
     
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    My biggest worry, with a triple 'A' title like this, is how many other versions will be released after we part with our money on the first.

    This unfortunate trend really needs to stop.

    Dean
     
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    Didn't Spielberg and Lucas want them released individually?
     
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    All 3 films should be released individually and it seems 1 disc per film and only 1 disc of extras ? that to me says there is a complete lack of extras going around as i thought these films would be released as double disc individual films and also the next indiana jones movie ? don't hold ur breath expecting it to be very good lately i think spielberg films have got very very lazy and harrisons gettin on a bit.
     
  7. Quinnsey

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    I hope they release them separately in amarays and the trilogy with a bonus disc, like Alien Legacy. However I assume they'll release it like The Godfather Collection. I'll be buying all three anyway.
     
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    I just wish they'd hurry up and release it no matter what the packaging is like! and it better be a half decent transfer...
     
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    TEMPLE OF DOOM as a coaster...."you funny guy dr jones".....
     

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