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Week of May 27, 2018 – New Fanedit Release
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There is one next fanedit release this week, Bobson Dugnutt's Back to the Future: Greater Scott Edition.

Marty McFly, a 17-year-old high school student, is accidentally sent thirty years into the past in a time-traveling DeLorean invented by his close friend, the maverick scientist Doc Brown. The Greater Scott Edition extends Back to the Future to it\'s longest possible length using a variety of sources. All deleted and extended scenes have been masterfully reintegrated into the movie, adding 10 new scenes and 8 more minutes of footage.

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  • So glad this is finally on IFDB been excited for this edit its great if you have the time you should have a look
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I would be interested in seeing a sample scene from this, the cut scenes are pretty rough and I can't imagine the transition from the movie to the added material is seamless.  I don't mean this as a criticism, I'd just like to see a sample.  The OP makes no note if anything was done to clean up the cut scenes.
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(05-28-2018, 02:00 PM)regularjoe Wrote: I would be interested in seeing a sample scene from this, the cut scenes are pretty rough and I can't imagine the transition from the movie to the added material is seamless.  I don't mean this as a criticism, I'd just like to see a sample.  The OP makes no note if anything was done to clean up the cut scenes.

If you check in the forum thread, I've posted a few clips there of my cleaned up version. Here's one for instence. I've changed it slightly for the release version though it's almost the same. It was real rough when I started

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Good work - they still stand out but it's nothing that would bother me.
I did my own take on the trilogy and made two versions, one with cut scenes and one without as (like you said) the quality is pretty rough.
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