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Star Wars - Art Of Star Wars IV: A New Hope RRP £17.99 only £2.99 instore or pay £1.00 postage @ Forbidden Planet.com

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A revised edition containing the complete script by George Lucas marking the re-released version in the 20th-anniversary year of the original film, 'Star Wars - The Special Edition', with new footage … Read More
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A revised edition containing the complete script by George Lucas marking the re-released version in the 20th-anniversary year of the original film, 'Star Wars - The Special Edition', with new footage and special effects.
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd; New edition edition (13 Oct 1994)
Language English
ISBN-10: 1852865830
ISBN-13: 978-1852865832
Product Dimensions: 30 x 22.7 x 1.1 cm
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It's not the same, but then .com got me a great deal on Whedon's X men with no problems so I wouldn't slate them. But .co.uk is the website from their shops.
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is forbiddenplanet.co.uk the same as .com?


They are two totally different merchants. :thumbsup:
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My local FB shop (Wolverhampton) has got some good deals on at the moment. I got Wii Play for £17.50 and lots of console peripherals were half price (wiimotes £15, Family trainer £22.50, classic controller £7.50) as well as some good reductions on games, books, collectibles etc (got Mrs Yaffle some Nightmare before Xmas goodies that were heavily reduced). I've never known them reduce so much stock and by such a margin before and I might be wrong, but I suspect they may be in need of a cash injection and are desperately trying to generate by tempting buyers with cheap prices.

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