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Laugh It Up Fuzzball: Family Guy Star Wars Trilogy - £20.99

Indiana Jones

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Indiana Jones

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The last one was Region's A/B/C so you never know.
 

Fidney

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Be careful - from what I can tell the US version is only 3 disc whilst - presume blu only - whilst the UK version is 6 disc - blu and DVD combi.

Could be wrong though - couldn't find a great deal in the way of reviews/specs.
 

Indiana Jones

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Not really that fussed about digital copies, just the Blu-rays will suit me.
 

Indiana Jones

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My copy was shipped from Movietyme today, not impossible that it will arrive before Xmas but I won't hold my breath.
 

Krank

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Mine arrived from Axel today and can confirm It's a Trap and Blue Harves are region free but Something, Something, Something, Darkside is Region A locked. It's a 6 disc set, with each film having 1 x blu and 1 x DVD which includes the digital copy, It's a Trap is the only one to have a dvd copy of the film too. It's a very nice box too...Laugh it up fuzzbal! :laugh:
 
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Indiana Jones

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Does each film come in it's own case?
 

mykw

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Mine arrived from Axel today and can confirm It's a Trap and Blue Harves are region free but Something, Something, Something, Darkside is Region A locked. It's a 6 disc set, with each film having 1 x blu and 1 x DVD which includes the digital copy. It's a very nice box too...Laugh it up fuzzbal! :laugh:

Silly question, but does the DVD of each film actually have the film in DVD format (Region 1 is fine for my players), or is it just a DVD with a digital copy.
Annoying about SSSD being A-locked, but all would not be totally lost if I at least have the DVD of it in the set.
 

Krank

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Silly question, but does the DVD of each film actually have the film in DVD format (Region 1 is fine for my players), or is it just a DVD with a digital copy.
Annoying about SSSD being A-locked, but all would not be totally lost if I at least have the DVD of it in the set.

Not a silly question as you'll soon find out. All the covers say blu-ray + digital copy, I checked it's a trap earlier and the actual disc says dvd + digital copy so I assumed they'd all be the same. I've since tried all the DVDs and It's a Trap is the only one with the film on DVD too (triple play) the others are blu & digi copy only. Sorry.
 

DICKIEDUVET

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Odd choice by Fox to lock SSSD as it was region free when it was released on it's own this time last year :confused:
 

Krank

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Odd choice by Fox to lock SSSD as it was region free when it was released on it's own this time last year :confused:

It does seem strange but does allow you to swap it over if needed. Have you tried your copy?
 

DICKIEDUVET

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Still waiting for mine, I'll just put the UK version into the boxset when it comes ;)
Noticed Axel are stating it's region free too, They should learn to test all discs really.
 

Krank

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I've just tried it again to be sure as I was rushing out to go sledging with the kids earlier and it's definitely 'A' locked. I get "This disc has been coded for Region A only and will not play in your Region B player." message. Works a treat in my region A player though :D
 

Indiana Jones

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Well I am shocked, just got in from work to find my Futurama and Family Guy Blu-rays waiting for me :clap:
 

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