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Schindler's List - R2 German LE

Old 03-07-04, 02:49 AM
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Schindler's List - R2 German LE



Is this out yet? What sites sell this? Amazon.de only has the UK imports of Schindler's List.
Old 03-07-04, 05:35 AM
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Here is the link to the LE @ amazon.de: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI...533085-5625646
Price isn't a bargain: 69 EUR.
Release date: 04/02
Old 03-07-04, 07:26 AM
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Looks just like the Japanese release which is already sold out.
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What are the different extras?
Old 03-07-04, 08:51 PM
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Originally posted by Bill Geiger
Looks just like the Japanese release which is already sold out.
No Bill , you are wrong I think, just saw it last night and I could still order it at some stores.Online might be sold out
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Anyone know what is different about this release to the others other than the black box the goodies are housed in? (as opposed to plastic)
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This set is a lot nicer, or at least looks a lot nicer than the R1. The question I have is, where's the cheapest place to get this or the Japanese version.

And is Germany NTSC?
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Originally posted by Psychlowne
...And is Germany NTSC?
...nope, it's PAL...

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Old 03-10-04, 05:20 PM
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Originally posted by Psychlowne
This set is a lot nicer, or at least looks a lot nicer than the R1.
Not mentioning the fact that the film will be spread across 2 discs ,i suspect,as opposed to it being a 'flipper' - making it less susceptible to sustaining scratches i would guess.
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Flippers don't really bother me. I mean, if it's just me handling the disc everything should be okay. It's a shame that we never get the good stuff.

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