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Robert Trate

In my career as a writer, I have made Doctor Who giggle, asked Ahsoka Tano what underwear she was wearing, and spoke with a Raptor from Jurassic Park.

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    Richard Baylis

    Does anyone know if the restoration will mean a less ‘grainy’ version than the previous Blu-ray release? I’m hoping that was the result of taking it from a less than optimal print yet I’m dubious of the claim it will use ‘the original camera negative’ as there were optical composites involved in the finished version.

    Surely they aren’t going to re-do these digitally; although it would be awesome if the owl, fireys, the worm and the ballroom composites could be improved. Ditto with wire removal which is painfully obvious on Sarah’s descent into the junkyard and Hoggle’s leap unto the mechanical gate guard.

    Hopefully the colour timing won’t be tinkered with, nor digital filtering used to smooth out any graininess. I’d love to get this new version because of the additional features content, but not if it means those adjustments.

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