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· New Texan
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Okay, who is buying Lord Of The Rings? The best price in my area is $15.99 at Best Buy, so I'll be camped out at the store at 10 AM. (I will be also purchasing Star Trek II).

Just as a heads up:
- The DVD will be released in both Widescreen and Pan and Scan. Check the packaging.
- There are two releases planned. The November 4-disc release will have additional footage, and come with completely different extra features than the two DVD set.
 

· Arcane Movie Trivia King
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i'm waiting for the sooper dooper ultimate power packed three movie set to be released sometime in early 2005-after they finish sqeezing blood out of the turnip the first go around...lol
 

· New Texan
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Well, picked up two copies (one for me and one for a friend) when Best Buy opened. A crowd of ~30 people were there when the doors opened. It was a fairly calm crowd, although someone joked when a cop car pulled up, that Best Buy needed some crowd control. :)

As for Star Trek II and V: The Final Battle.... I'm going to see what the Fry's ad says this Friday.
 

· Arcane Movie Trivia King
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keep in mind that the DIRECTOR'S CUT of LOTR:FOTR will be out in November....
 

· New Texan
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Originally posted by jrjcd
keep in mind that the DIRECTOR'S CUT of LOTR:FOTR will be out in November....
Yes, so save your receipt AND your coupon book. There isa $5 rebate for purchasing both the Theatrical Version and Extended Directors cut. In addition, the Directors cut features ~30 minutes of additional footage, and all of the special features will be different.
 
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