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HD Rebuild: The Godfather FULL 1-3 Chronological Edit MAX LENGTH

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I still haven't seen Lawrence of Arabia. I've been watching so many other things, but I really should get around to that. Also, I don't think I've seen a film on actual film. I might have once when I saw an early screening of The Hobbit 2 with my dad, which at a young age was great (now I watch fanedits of the trilogy), but other than that, I am not sure if I have. I also love long films, because I love relaxing in the world and really investing in it. It's why I love the extended LOTR over theatrical. It allows me to soak up the story, especially with it being an adaptation.
 

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Try and hold off for a cinema screening....it does turn up now and again. Defo the best way to see it.
 

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Your rants are beautiful - i grew up in the 80's and lived on a diet of cinema up until around 1983 when the parents finally managed to save up for a VHS player. I still got my first bootleg copy of ROTJ the first tape we ever owned...movies to me are such a big passion and i am determined to instill this into my kids. I even paid out a nice few quid to get an outbuilding built in my garden a couple of years back that is now a cinema room , 120" projector screen and 7.1 surround. Yes...i always wanted one but never had the means in my younger days but a big reason was to encourage my kids to watch movies on a big screen...to try and pass on the passion for film. I nknow its all digitalised but its the next best thing. It works to some degree but there is so much outside influence - streaming platforms, peer pressure and internet they the kids are so distracted. I am hoping that eventually when they are older they get that sense of nostalgia and continue to watch the films i have introduced them too. Tonight i'm showing one of my favourites the John Hughes movie "Some Kind of Wonderful" which is my favourite film of his...plus my 13 year old daughter is susceptible to an 80's teen flick as she loved Sixteen Candles & Can't buy me love.......i'm trying.
 

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Beautiful RANTS huh...LOL (THANKS)

That's just awesome (as in your setup) ...It's great to take your kids on a cultural journey. Mine cried when I took him to see Godzilla (the Broderick one) coz he loved dinosaurs. He says it was his Bambi moment. And yet, despite taking him thru so many classics from the 30s up to the 80s, I managed never to get Abbot and Costello in front of him, or Bob Hope. But he knows Chaplin, Marx Bros, David Lean, Steve McQueen, John Ford, Leone, Sirk, Capra, Cary Grant, Noir and more. Of course we exhausted the 70s and 80s too. Kubrick....Just 1 left, Dr Strangelove....and for me....I still have not watched Eyes Wide Shut!!!!! I can't bear the idea that there will be no more Kubrick. He LOVES the Godfather.

Enjoy that trip with your kids.....(slip in The Man Who would be King and A Man for All Seasons too) time flies friend!

Next on our list TOP GUN MAVERICK on the IMAX!
 

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Yeah, I'll watch as many old re runs of films as I can, preferably on IMAX, but I'll take any theater experience I can get.
 

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I was lucky enough to get to see Dial M for Murder and Kiss me Kate in their ORIGINAL 3D....much better than the conversions of today which look like a series of cutouts at differing depths. Native 3D has something conversions are missing, VOLUME of the object, makes a difference.
 

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LA FINE - SUBMITED

The Godfather Part III additional scenes/Shots
- 6 shots newly added to the CODA version of Part 3
- All material removed from La Coda is added back and graded to approximate the grade of La Coda (19 mins)
- New Opening Titles
- Restored opening
- Additional dialogue between Michael and the Cardinal NOT SEEN IN ANY OTHER VERSION in HD!!
- Corrected continuity establishing shots
- More thorough translation of subtitles, all fully re made and expanded
- 4 secs removed of Mary' making and odd face (yet again)
- Restored ending
- 5 secs removed from finale
- Kay lighting a candles in remembrance (used under the credits for the Novel for television)
- An in Memoriam sequence during the end credit from The Trilogy version (rebuilt from scratch in HD)
 

Cisco Andrade

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can't wait to get my hands on this edit! The others are awesome.
LA FINE - SUBMITED

The Godfather Part III additional scenes/Shots
- 6 shots newly added to the CODA version of Part 3
- All material removed from La Coda is added back and graded to approximate the grade of La Coda (19 mins)
- New Opening Titles
- Restored opening
- Additional dialogue between Michael and the Cardinal NOT SEEN IN ANY OTHER VERSION in HD!!
- Corrected continuity establishing shots
- More thorough translation of subtitles, all fully re made and expanded
- 4 secs removed of Mary' making and odd face (yet again)
- Restored ending
- 5 secs removed from finale
- Kay lighting a candles in remembrance (used under the credits for the Novel for television)
- An in Memoriam sequence during the end credit from The Trilogy version (rebuilt from scratch in HD)
 
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