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Old 02-04-2018, 08:44 PM   #41
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It won't be that price forever...
FF releases seem to hold their value much longer than similar releases from other labels.
As I said, for a change I'm not bothered about the price would need to be £39.99 or less
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Old 02-04-2018, 08:51 PM   #42
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SO what does this say?
That the 2 part version has footage missing that was included in the feature length cut?
That's the way I understand it.
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Old 02-04-2018, 08:54 PM   #43
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That's the way I understand it.
That would be unusual.
The title Trilogy is self explanatory and shows it was intended to be 3 episodes. It was a network decision to run 2/3 as one episode.

Feature length episodes changed to 2 parters usually miss footage because of the additional recaps etc but with Trilogy its the other way round.
I shall dig out my Quantum Leap book which should cover it

Edit damn, its out of reach in the loft.
Hopefully someone else has this too:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...?ref=user_menu

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Old 02-04-2018, 10:31 PM   #44
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At $45, I might bite at the US version
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The menus are 16.9, the shows' original 4.3 HD picture looks fantastic for the most part. There are one or two instances of white specks and flickering on sone breif scenes, but nothing that spoiled my viewing. Unlike the U.S. version, the last 7 or 8 minutes of the "A Portrait for Troian" episode have not been zoomed or reformated. The soundtrack, as far as I am aware, also features the original as broadcast music in Dolby Digital 2.0. There are no subtitles unfortunatly.
That's a quote from a recent review on amazon.co.uk - can someone here confirm the bit about the "A Portrait for Troian" episode?
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Old 02-12-2018, 11:18 AM   #46
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I got the UK set today (£99.99 at HMV, surprised amazon arenít price matching), skimming through the discs there are 5 episodes in season 2 and 3 episodes in season 3 with leap-outs into reruns. Each season is in a separate case with the same artwork as the UK DVDs.
Any pics going mate?
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Old 02-15-2018, 12:16 AM   #47
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Are they using the same music?

I want my Piggy Suey!!
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Old 02-23-2018, 09:38 PM   #48
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Looks like there was an alternate ending filmed for the series.

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I remember seeing the finale when it originally aired over here. I doubt I've ever been so disappointed with a show ending than I was there. It's obviously a tacked-on ending, and I understand why, but damn, after five years, that was such a kick in the junk.
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No subtitles... AGAIN...
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IMO - The ending we got was better than what was planned. Read the script, while it does go in deeper into the story the real ending was rather disappointing.

Al went back in time to speak to the bar owner Al and found out that Sam is no longer bound to his own lifetime anymore. Al, thinking Sam is in trouble, becomes a leaper himself to help Sam on his current mission. (He gives up Beth and his new kids to do it.)
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I'm watching this set now. I think I dislike the ending caption a lot less having just watched The Leap Back.

Sam promises Donna he will make it home. The fact that it is revealed that Sam is controlling the leaps and that he makes the choice never to return home makes it a terrible act of selfishness to not tell him the life he is leaving behind in the present (as his swiss-cheesed brain never remembers the present).

Al making the same sacrifice to save Sam is much more fitting to me. It is exactly the same sacrifice that Sam made for Al in The Leap Back.
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