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    Question will you get AOTC on dvd AND video?

    we will defintly (me and my dad) get them on both. one reason is because my room doesn't have a dvd player. but i can't wait to watch the documentary on how they made AOTC!what do you guys think?
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    I will only be getting the VHS version, if it's the theatrical version, widescreen, and is released in a special collector's set like TPM was. I liked the film frames and packaging for that version. As for what I will watch, I will only watch the DVD version, since the picture will be clearer, there will be Audio Commentary, and not to mention a whole disk of extras.

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    As long as the DVD has everything (or more) of the VHS tape, they better not put features on the VHS that is not on the DVD. But knowing them they probably will.
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    I will definatly get both, the two versions of the VHS for displaying with my TPM and numerous Trilogy videos, and the DVD, because I swore I would never buy another VHS (appart from Star Wars) when I bought my DVD player and saw the quality.
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    I'll get both, cause when my sister's home she likes to play the PS2 so with the VHS I could still watch it.

    Gotta have the DVD though, any SW fan who doesn't get E2 on DVD when they have a choice between VHS and DVD, is nutsy.
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    I'll be buying for sure, both DVD and VHS.
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    DVD only. It keeps more money free for another purchase.
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    I will buy both.
    I only have 1 DVD player, so I'll take advantage of the versatility of having both.

    Plus, I'm weird about having to fill in the holes of the VHS series now that they streamlined the packaging with the 2000 OT rerelease and the TPM video.

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    I'll probably get both, since I have the other 4 on VHS and TPM also on DVD.

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    this is the exact kind of responses i anticipated!thanx for answering my question all!
    peacey
    hango
    Sampsonite! i was way off!

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