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Thinking of Buying Fantasia or F2000 ? Read this first!

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by PaulBoy, Nov 15, 2000.

  1. PaulBoy

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    The r2 version of Fantasia & F2000 is vastly inferior to its r1 counterpart eg No DTS / no commentary & other ommisions ...
    If you have the option to buy r1 there is IMHO no contest ...
    Just when you think all this type of shenanigans is behind us ...

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    Pretty sad to be the one to reply to my own post but FWIW I have just discovered that this is a Disney speciality as I have just been made aware that the UTB R2 doesnt have commentaries on it like the R1 version ... The comparison on these two discs can be found at http://www.rewind.org.uk/digitalera/
    Thank the lord they are there & keep up the good work lads (no I dont work for them!) [​IMG]

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    I got my Toy Story UTB R1 for £25,

    How does Disney UK think they can get away with charging £23 for just one of the discs and also removing extras ?
     
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    It's the R2 retailers I feel sorry for. There's precious little margin in selling DVDs anyway, and when the quality/value of R2 DVDs is so far behind the R1 counterparts, it must be frustrating for them.
     

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