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Brad Miller

 - posted 05-30-1999 03:33 AM            Edit/Delete Post 
Ok, so FINALLY George's rules have bit him in the rear.

As I have been instructed, there is to be NO programming of any sound
format logos! Why??? He specifically is requiring all his prints be played in
digital sound. The funny part of all this is...we can't even play a "Lucasfilm
THX" sound logo trailer! Anyone else receive this latest rule?

This is getting really ridiculous. To quote Mr. Lucas himself "it's just a

Scott Norwood

 - posted 05-30-1999 03:34 AM            Edit/Delete Post 
Does Filmack or any other trailer company sell anything that says "this
feature is presented in glorious mono"? I think that this would be the perfect
tag to run before SW!

Brett Rankin

 - posted 05-30-1999 03:34 AM            Edit/Delete Post 
Odd... I just saw Star Wars at the Chinese theater and they had the
Lucasfilm THX logo. Hmmm...

Joe Redifer

 - posted 05-30-1999 03:34 AM            Edit/Delete Post 

We were told to put either a THX or a digital logo on (but not both).
What's next? No company policie trailers allowed on his next film? No
leaders? Oh film allowed!

Paul Konen

 - posted 05-30-1999 03:35 AM            Edit/Delete Post 
Our company better go out and buy some more Dolby equipment.

By the way, loved the boxes that the film came in.

Bye, Coke old Guys, I liked them, hello Nascar .

(I'll gut you like a rainbow trout!)

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