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    [Movies By Steven Spielberg]

    Status Wish List FAQ

    Submitted by Stephen A. Kozak Jr. on June 03, 1999 at 21:35:45:
    DVD Title: Movies By Steven Spielberg
    Studio: various

    Content Necessities:

    Letterbox, anamorphic, Dolby Digital, DTS, closed captions, THX certification, and PERFECT picture transfer (no flubs, freezes, or glitches like on some discs I've bought)


    Commentaries by Steven Spielberg and the stars, animated menus, scene selection, theatrical trailers, tv spots, deleted scene archives, cast bios, screen tests, behind the scenes

    Disc Value:

    each title $20-$25, box sets $50-$60

    Additional Comments:

    Main movies would be: Duel, Jaws, Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind, E.T. Indiana Jones Trilogy, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan. Steven Spielberg's movies are very well made and it would be a shame if they weren't preserved for eternity on DVD (not that scam called Divx) so that everyone could enjoy his work.


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