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Stephen King's The Stand (1994)

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Wow. Took forever to RIP this from the single dual-layer BR's 6 hours of content. Like, all night. Haha. But man, does it look great!

Really getting excited to start this edit. Screen shot attached of the BR and DVD side-by-side. This is a roughly 720p screenshot.

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Early editing progress update:

- Cut the opening scene with Campion and his family
- Cut the opening credits
- Cut Flu Buddy commercial
- Cut the Police check-in in Arnette
- Cut Larry & his mom
- Cut Vic's death
- Cut Nick's dream

This is in addition to trimming back of the remaining content.

I'm through the first 58 minutes of the miniseries and my Cinematic Cut is down to 28 minutes so far.
 

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Just out of curiosity, did my gift of the Romero screenplay help any with editing choices so far? If not, do you think it will?
 

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grabaham said:
Just out of curiosity, did my gift of the Romero screenplay help any with editing choices so far? If not, do you think it will?

Not directly, no. But it was a fascinating read. A really different take on some of the characters. And way more body horror, too. Of course, for TV in the early 90s, that wouldn't have flown even if they did want. After your comment I started re-reading the script again. It's got some flaws, but it's fun thinking about what might have been.
 

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Opening scene is available for viewing. The copyright holder for (Don't) Fear The Reaper has blocked it in basically every country around the world. So I put it on Vimeo. If you watched the last one I put up here, this one is nearly identical, but in **HD**. Oooh, aaah. :)


Hoping to have this project complete for Halloween. Seems fairly plausible since I've almost finished part 1 (of 4) in 8 days.
 

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Would love to see your Stand edit!

@corey.cole3 you have posted requests like this in multiple threads. Please read the rules before making additional posts. Specifically:

If you want to obtain a fanedit, the best approach is to start a Private Conversation with the editor in our forum. A Private Conversation is NOT the same as a Profile Post. Click “Start Conversation” in their profile.

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