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Last Edited by jersharocks September 20, 2016 at 07:51 AM
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  • Star Wars: The Complete Saga [amazon.co.uk] (Region Free Blu-ray )
    • GBP 37.50 (price at checkout) + GBP 3.08 shipping = GBP 40.58 or ~$54.97 USD
      • Includes
        • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
        • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
        • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
        • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
        • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
        • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
        • Star Wars: Episodes I-III Archives
        • Star Wars: Episodes IV-VI Archives
        • The Star Wars Documentaries
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Last Edited by Bdubslawman September 21, 2016 at 04:31 AM
NO, THESE DO NOT INCLUDE THE "ORIGINAL" THEATRICAL RELEASES.
- These are the edited/altered versions. The LAST T.E. that was released was way back on DVD, NO Studio Blu-rays exist of the T.E.s
NO THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE EP. 7 THE FORCE AWAKENS
NO THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE DIGITAL COPIES OR DMA; OR UV FOR EP 4

Disney currently has Digital Distribution rights to Ep 1,2,3, 5,6,7
Disney of course has full rights to Ep. 7
Fox currently has PHYSICAL Distribution rights to Ep. 1,2,3,4,5,6 Until 2020 at which time (1,2,3, 5,6)'s Physical Distribution rights revert back to Disney/Lucas Arts.
Fox has lifetime rights to Star Wars (now called Ep. 4 A New Hope) both Digital and Physical rights.

So in order for a magical (non-bootleg-pirate-studio-release) of the "Original" Episodes 4,5,6 to happen as a box set it would take Disney & Fox working together (visualize two feral tom cats locked in a small box with each other) for starters or for Fox to sell Ep 4 to Disney.
Then of course there has to be the willingness of Disney to re-master them from the parts that remain (though not impossible since private people have done an amazing job of it). That's another point. The diminishing point of return on investment since a bootleg of it already will have existed for more than half a decade at that point and more and more people that care about the original 1977 version getting older and dying off Mad - Damn you George Lucas
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#3
Waiting for uhd and non- "special" editions.
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#4
Thanks! I had a promotion for 7 GBP after buying a 30 GBP gift card, so my total came to 33.58 GBP or $43.78. Nice!
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#5
Any hidden fees if I get this shipped to the states?
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#6
What about the The Force Awakens?
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#7
Title misleading. Complete means 7 movies now. Smilie
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Quote from nycxbait View Post :
Any hidden fees if I get this shipped to the states?
Shipped to a PO box, no. Shipped to a street address (by UPS), maybe.

UPS might have "broker fees" of around $10-$30.

I learned the hard way, UPS wanted almost $30 for my $50 order. and they were asking for $12 on a ~$25 order from amazon uk. I started shipping to a PO box and have not been hit with any fees by the USPS (used PO Box for last 2k of orders from amazon uk).
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#9
Is the Han shot first edition part of this bundle?
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Quote from Jamesq View Post :
Shipped to a PO box, no. Shipped to a street address (by UPS), maybe.

UPS might have "broker fees" of around $10-$30.

I learned the hard way, UPS wanted almost $30 for my $50 order. and they were asking for $12 on a ~$25 order from amazon uk. I started shipping to a PO box and have not been hit with any fees by the USPS (used PO Box for last 2k of orders from amazon uk).
I've received several of these types of movie packs from Amazon.UK and have had 0 issues, no request to pay, etc. Not sure what you mean by "Broker fee's" but if you or they put an incorrect address then they may have you pay to correct it but i've never had an issue.
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#11
I order from Amazon.co.uk quite frequently and have never heard of anyone being charged anything after the fact. Shouldn't have a problem.
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#12
I bought a Used copy, Like-New, of the US version of this from GoHastings for around the same price last year. Yes, it's the 'wonderful' PT and the updated OT, but having a frickton of extras you can't get with the individual releases is worth it for the Star Wars enthusiast.

Also, a Digital Six Movie Collection, UV and Disney enabled, does exist on Vudu for $99.99. It also exists on Google Play currently for $84.99 (but not UV/Disney enabled). They are good quality digital copies, granted none of the Original Theatrical trilogy is in them. And you do also get the extra bonus content to watch and observe in either case. Just wait and hope that they may get dropped in price at some point for a limited time promotion.
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#13
"Complete"

FTFY

Btw if you have not seen the silver screen edition of Star Wars it is beautiful.
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Last edited by Jcwillia1 September 20, 2016 at 09:35 AM
#14
Is Star Wars supposed to end at 9 movies, now? Or is that not even set anymore?
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#15
Thanks! Been waiting on the price on this set to drop this low for a while and finally pulled the trigger. Not sure why this post isn't getting more attention...this is the best price by at least $10-15 from a REPUTABLE seller possibly ever (at least from a search on this site). $55 shipped is a FANTASTIC deal for this.

FYI if you use their currency convertor and pay in us $, your credit card wont charge you a foreign transaction fee
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