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RockCake
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join:2005-07-12
Woodbridge, VA

So when...

are the Star Wars movies available?
(the good ones, not the prequels)


NotTheMama

@verizon.net
Hmmm, Disney just bought 'em right? Maybe they'll show up on Netflix?

The only "good" one is the first one before it got mangled by Lucas. Maybe Disney will "restore" the original print like they've done with their other old "classics" (and then probably "vault" it for a decade or something). Well, I'm not holding my breath.

("It's a trap!")


Nightshade
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join:2002-05-26
Salem, OR
reply to RockCake
21st Century Fox still owns the distribution rights to the six Star Wars movies so therefore Disney while they may own them per say it does not control the distribution channel. I would think that Netflix would have to garner a separate deal with Fox to distribute the movies on their service.
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NotTheMama
What Would Earl Do?

join:2012-12-06
said by Nightshade:

21st Century Fox

Coming soon to a real estate office near you? Samantha Fox album?