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The 4 DVD version of the Indiana Jones Trilogy instore at Sainsbury's for only £12.99.
The 4 DVD version of the Indiana Jones Trilogy instore at Sainsbury's for only £12.99.

The 4 DVD version of the Indiana Jones Trilogy instore at Sainsbury's for only £12.99.

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Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark: Indiana Jones confronts snakes, Nazis and one astonishing cliffhanger after another - all topped off by awesome sequences involving the discovery and the opening of the mystical Ark of the Covenant in one of the great adventures of all time!

Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom: The daring archaelogist ventures deep into India in search of the legendary Sankara Stone and in the process has to rescue hundreds of children who have been enslaved by a mysterious cult...

Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade: Harrison Ford dons his rumpled fedora for the third time as Indiana Jones, and Sean Connery joins the thrill-a-minute fun as Indy's feisty dad as the Joneses set out to find the mythical Holy Grail before the Nazis get their hands on it...

Bonus 4th disc :
'Indiana Jones - Making The Trilogy': an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at movie-making history with more than two dozen new interviews conducted with the talented cast and crew, complete with never-before-seen footage, outtakes, screen tests, production drawings and photographs direct from the Lucasfilm archives
'The Light and Magic of Indiana Jones': the visual effects wizards from Industrial Light and Magic bring new insight into how they created the unique world of Indiana Jones
'The Sound of Indiana Jones': Sound designer Ben Burtt as he reveals the crucial role that sound effects and editing played in the Indiana Jones films while also providing an aural history behind some of the most talked-about scenes
'The Stunts Of Indiana Jones': documentary reveals how the Indy films paid homage to the past and were pivotal to the future of heart-stopping, perilous movie stunts
'The Music Of Indiana Jones': learn how one of the most iconic movie themes of all-time (The Raiders March) was conceived and gain insight into how the music uniquely compliments the theme and mood of each adventure as John Williams reminisces about his collaboration with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas
Original theatrical trailers
Original theatrical teasers
DVD-ROM access to exclusive Indiana Jones content, available through a special DVD-ROM web site
Web links

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Seems a good price thanks

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nice price i know where i am going tomorrow thanks

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I love the Jones boy. Especially enjoyed the Last Crusade.

Awesome price, anyone with a DVD player should own the Indy trilogy.

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thanks!! Can't wait for the new film coming out

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It's got to be one of the best boxsets that one could have in their collection

anyone pick me up one? ill pay £15 this will cover p&p?

excellent price, been waiting for this to go down

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anyone pick me up one? ill pay £15 this will cover p&p?


Sure, I'll pick you one up, muck about finding some packaging for it and take it all to the post office with the spare £2.01 to get it sent, any other shopping you'd like doing while I'm at it?

I'd steer clear as the UK version is cut (censored). More details here:

dvdcompare.net/com…155

I was just down at Sainsbury's and for the life of me I could not remember what film was on offer.
I was just about to leave when I saw a whole load of Indiana Jones box sets and grabbed one.

Nice price, looks brilliant upscaled through my PS3.

A pitty about the cuts, but it will do until the HD version of the films are released.

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My old pops picked up what he reckoned was the last one on the shelf @ Dog Kennel Hill (South London) this morning (they might have more knocking around or coming in?!?)

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I'd steer clear as the UK version is cut (censored). More details … I'd steer clear as the UK version is cut (censored). More details here:http://www.dvdcompare.net/comparisons/film.php?fid=4155



R2 United Kingdom - (Paramount) - Yes, but ONLY in "The Temple Of Doom" … R2 United Kingdom - (Paramount) - Yes, but ONLY in "The Temple Of Doom" (112:30 PAL). There are 1:06 of Cuts for both Cinema and Video: - Cuts to a close-up of a heart being ripped from the chest and the subsequent self healing of the chest wound. - The deletion of the line "Leave him alone you *******s" when the Chinese kid is about to be whipped. - Deletion of the Chinese Kid burning a guard's stomach with a flaming torch (and hence discovering an ability to heal). - The sequence in which a Sacrifice Victim is being lowered into the fiery pit has been shortened and set to different music. - Cut to the first 1s or 2s from the shot of his fall in order to delete the image of his head hitting the side of the cliff. - The American decision to rate the film PG caused huge controversy in the US at the time. In fact, the controversy over the PG rating (which was seen by many as the MPAA caving in to Spielberg and corporate pressure) was largely responsible for the introduction of the PG-13 certificate. - In the UK today, the UNCUT Version would now be considered as 12 or even 12/15 borderline. The PG version is still considered to be one of the stronger PGs ever certificated by the BBFC and has generated more complaints than most over the years. **In the initial Theatrical Release of "The Last Crusade", Walter Donovan points to a Chest of Gold Items and says to the Sultan of Hatay "... donated by the finest Jewish families in Germany." In all subsequent releases of The Film, including this one, the word "Jewish" has been edited out of the dialogue.



(Credit to RowanDDR for the link & [url]www.dvdcompare.net[/url] for the info)
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