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Old 06-12-03, 10:46 PM
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Longest dvd marathon you ever did?

I got through both versions of the shining in a day, a Farrelly brothers marathon, and a season 2 south park marathon. Tomorrow, I'll atempt a shortened friday the 13th marathon (1,2,4)
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I have tomorrow off and nothing to do, so I'm gonna try a F-13th Marathon - Part 1 all the way through Jason X.
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I went through all of the episodes and most of the extras of the Project Greenlight set in one day.

Last Monday my best friend and I took the day off from work and watched Dog Soldiers, Audition, This is Spinal Tap and one of the Guinea Pig flicks. Man, what a day....
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Old 06-12-03, 11:13 PM
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I think my longest, straight through run, was the day I got the Spaghetti Western Collection of 4 films....and topped it off with The Great Silence and Find a Place To Die. I went from around 3pm till 6 the next morning...taking breaks to check the boards here at the forum. not the best way to rest your eyes, I guess.
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I made it through The Sopranos season 2 in one sitting with no breaks longer than 5 minutes. It was rough but worth it.
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I have watched a season of Sopranos in one sitting as well. I agree it was well worth it. Near my birthday I usually watch all three Godfather movies since the box set came out on my birthday and it was the first DVD I owned.
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Simpsons Season 1 one time w/out the commentary and then w/ the commentary.
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Old 06-13-03, 01:58 AM
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24, season one. 'Nuff said.
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Old 06-13-03, 09:43 AM
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24, season one. 'Nuff said.
Wow, I did the last 9 episodes in one sitting and I thought I was going to die; all of them is fairly impressive.
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Old 06-13-03, 10:10 AM
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Probably the Godfather trilogy .... a cold, snowy winter day ..... perfect!
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I was home sick a couple weeks ago and watched the entire first season of Twin Peaks including the Pilot, the Godfather w/ Director Commentary and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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Mine is 7 so far. I can't remember the movies though. It wasn't even planned. My fiance' (gf at the time) and I just ended up spending a Saturday watching movie after movie after movie.

Tonight I plan on beating that. I'm hosting a Friday the 13th marathon at my place. FT13th 1 through Jason X which comes to 10 movies. I'm not sure if I'll ever beat that. Actually once Freddy Vs. Jason comes out on DVD I'll have 11 to watch the following year
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Man you guys are awesome. I would love to try this one day though. My wife might not agree, though.
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What would make the friday the 13th marrathon really good is if someone watches the region 3 uncut versions.

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Originally posted by gutwrencher
I think my longest, straight through run, was the day I got the Spaghetti Western Collection of 4 films....and topped it off with The Great Silence and Find a Place To Die.
I also did the Spaghetti Western Collection marathon (including all the extras), but nothing else to top them off. If I'd had the stamina, I would have topped off with Keoma and The Great Silence...
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I did Star Wars and Star Trek (when it was 6 movies) once. Not sure why. That was mostly LD, with some VHS. Predates DVD, I'm afraid.

Now I don't have time to pull off one movie usually, let alone 9.
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I went through the first 3 season of Ranma 1/2 in one sitting. 17 discs with about 4 25 min episodes per disc. Never again though.
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I did Trigun in 1 shot. 13 hrs or so.
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