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Old 11-22-07, 10:32 AM
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List of HD titles with Slipcovers!

I'm not sure if this thread already exists, but I thought I'd start it. There aren't many with slipcovers that I know of and the only ones I have seen are Blu-ray, but I think that slipcovers on these discs makes them look a hell of a lot more classy and covers up the stench of that huge advert for Blu-ray or HD-DVD at the top of the case for the most part (or at least makes it look nicer).

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- 40 Year-Old Virgin (HD)
- Bram Stoker's Dracula (Blu)
- Cars (Blu)
- The Condemned (Blu)
- Crank (Blu)
- Employee of the Month (Blu)
- Hairspray (Blu)
- Happily N'Ever After (Blu)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl (Blu)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Blu)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End (Blu)(Not yet released)
- Pixar Short Film Collection Vol. 1 (Blu)
- Planet Earth (Blu/HD) (case slips into side of an outer shell)
- Ratatouille (Blu)
- Spider-man 3 (Blu) (on individual release only)
- Saw III (Blu)
- Transformers (HD)

Got any more to add? And I don't count when multiple cases are housed in an outer shell like a box set. I will count Planet Earth because while it has multiple discs it is all held in one case. I will not count any digipaks like the recent Close Encounters Blu-ray.

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Transformers (HD DVD) has a slip cover.
Old 11-22-07, 10:52 AM
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A couple more Blu-rays with slipcovers:

Crank
Planet Earth
Old 11-22-07, 11:01 AM
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The 40 Year Old Virgin HD DVD.
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Hairspray has one (Blu)
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Bram Stoker's Dracula - Blu-ray was available with a slipcover.
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The Condemned (Blu)

That's the only one off the top of my head.
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Employee of the Month on Blu-ray
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Ocean's 11,12,13 Collection has a slip cover over the box that houses all three.
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Saw III has a slipcover.

Spider-Man 3 doesn't have the slipcover if you get the trilogy boxset.

And Bram Stoker's Dracula seems to have the slipcover in only half the places I've seen it for sale. When I got it at Fry's for 10 bucks, there were no copies with slipcovers.
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Originally Posted by advdfreak
Ocean's 11,12,13 Collection has a slip cover over the box that houses all three.
Should the Ocean's set count? It's similar to the slip over the Arrested Development Season 2 set. For that matter, should Planet Earth or any other box set style shell count as a slipcase?

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Old 11-23-07, 01:21 AM
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I didn't get a slipcover for my Dracula and I bought it on release day
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David Gilmour: Remember The Night (BD) has a slipcover over a digipak... you have to remove the slipcover to access the discs. Close Encounters is in a box, not a slipcover IMO.

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Also Running Scared (HD DVD import).
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i actually throw the cardboard slipcovers into the recycling bin...
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Originally Posted by Frozenhamster
And I don't count when multiple cases are housed in an outer shell like a box set. I will count Planet Earth because while it has multiple discs it is all held in one case.
I'm not sure where you would put the Star Trek set. The discs are all held on a big plastic tray, inside a cardboard slipcover, which is housed in a plastic shell.

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