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E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial


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by ADM
original film name: E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
film studio name: Amblin / Universal
Date Original Film Was Released: 11 JUN 1982
Date Edit Was Released: 18 JAN 2005
Original Runtime: 115 minutes
New Runtime: 120 minutes
Amount of time Cut/Added: 5 minutes added
Cuts removed/added/extended:

* A hybrid of the perfect original and the bastard Special Edition. The cleaned up optical effects and the two deleted scenes (minus any CG moments in the "bathtub" scene) from the SE were inserted into the original cut. No crappy CG-e.t., no hippies, no walkie talkies.

DVD - Features:

1. 150 minutes NTSC

Conceptual improvements/advancements of edit over original:

Like the Star Wars OT re-edits, I tried to make a less-offensive SE that just cleaned up a few dated FX and threw in some fun new scenes without butchering the plot or visuals.

Time needed for the edition: 10 days




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I don't suppose this is the place to ask about the possibility of a re-upload to FanEdit.info???

I'm going to see Super 8 opening night and wanted to watch ADigitalMan's version of E.T. to get in the right nostalgic, Spielbergian frame of mind.

Thanks in advance!
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