I have those DVD’s. It’s my understanding that the source for the theatrical versions was laser disc which was the best quality version of the those cuts ever released on home media. There was nothing done at all to clean up the source either. The video is 4:3 letterboxed. So black bars top and bottom. 50 Year Old BDay Vintage 1972 Limited Edition 50th Birthday T-Shirt The picture takes up maybe 60% of a modern TV. You need a DVD player that will let you zoom the picture to get it to fill the screen better. To be honest I don’t watch them because they are pretty bad.
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I prefer the Harry’s despecialised editions if you want to watch something close to the original theatre cuts. 50 Year Old BDay Vintage 1972 Limited Edition 50th Birthday T-Shirt There’s a decent thread on them here and there’s a photo of the video. I don’t have a problem with Lucas’s changes I think all of them in both the OT and PT massively improve the films (although I can understand why some are controversial) that said I actually own the 2000’s DVD set it’s my main way of watching Star Wars How were the prequels tinkered with? I know they replaced puppet Yoda with CGI but I thought that was the only change.
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The Phantom Menace had a few deleted scene added back into the DVD, and AOTC and ROTS, had a few minor changes like shorting Vader’s Nooooo! for their DVD Yea this, but also the AOTC end dooku chase was messed with for the blu ray, makes music out of synch, a bit weird. TPM has the most changes, debatable as to better or worse, AOTC changes are better, Blu Ray ROTS is closer to theatrical,50 Year Old BDay Vintage 1972 Limited Edition 50th Birthday T-Shirt its a crapshoot basically I want prequel DVDs to match the OT, as prequel bluray releases have inferior packaging/extras…theyve made it so hard to be a fan I swear, I refuse to buy disney era re releases