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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 6:26 am 
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Why haven't the UK & US markets numbered the LK dvd's the same. UK says LK 1, 2, 3 & US market says LK 1, 1-1/2, 2.

Think I'll have to get the UK trilogy.....just because I rather the cover. :lol:


Becasue 1 and 1/2 sucks. It doesn't even make sense, the story happens at the same time as the Lion King. So its not 1 and 1/2 (that would indicate a midquel between Lion King 1 and 2. It should just be 1/2 based on its chronological sequence - mid points in the original story.

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I've not seen it so explain it to me.....is 1-1/2 the same film as LK3 in the UK market?


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Yes. Apart from the opening title.

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Cheers 2099net.

One more question.....WHERE'S MY AVATAR GONE??????? :?


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I like the Uk trilogy box its great, except for the green triangle with the U, that ruins it!!

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Lumiere wrote:
I like the Uk trilogy box its great, except for the green triangle with the U, that ruins it!!


I know that ruins all the U.K DVD's even the Treasures tins had as green U. but i think the bbfc who rate all of the DVDs make them show the certificate.


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ichabod wrote:
Lumiere wrote:
I like the Uk trilogy box its great, except for the green triangle with the U, that ruins it!!


I know that ruins all the U.K DVD's even the Treasures tins had as green U. but i think the bbfc who rate all of the DVDs make them show the certificate.


Well, its not the BBFC. Its the law, so its really over their heads. The law not only states it must be present, but also what size it must be.

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Love it!! This is awesome! I already have all three of the movies on DVD but I'm gonna have to get this collectors item too!
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Here is an slightly different alternative to the U.K. trilogy box. This was an exclusive to Play.com.

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ichabod wrote:
Here is an slightly different alternative to the U.K. trilogy box. This was an exclusive to Play.com.

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OMG! I'm fainting! It's looks so badass!
Can we still get it?! CAN WE?!!!


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ichabod wrote:
Here is an slightly different alternative to the U.K. trilogy box. This was an exclusive to Play.com.

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OMG! I'm fainting! It's looks so badass!
Can we still get it?! CAN WE?!!!


Yes but only from Play.com check here:

http://www.play.com/play247.asp?page=ti ... &p=57&g=72

And since you like this so much i've decided to take you off my list of enemies :D


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Sadly, Play don't ship to America.

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2099net wrote:
Sadly, Play don't ship to America.


ARRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!


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toonaspie wrote:
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Sadly, Play don't ship to America.


ARRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!


You could always get someonein the U.K. to order it for you, then mail it to you!


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ichabod wrote:
Personally i prefer the U.K trilogy box

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WOW!!!!! Hope it will appear in my country soon. What's in the third part of the Lion King? How is it?On the Net I read only about Lion King 1 and a half. :o


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The Lion King 3 and The Lion King 1 and 1/2 are the same film.


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The third one is actually The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride.

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Nala wrote:
The third one is actually The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride.


ichabod was talking about the order by the release date and title. Storyline-wise yes, The Lion King II is the last of the series.

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To clarify: The Lion King 1.5 was retitled outside the USA and Canada as "The Lion King III," presumably to avoid confusion (though I don't see what's so confusing about it, personally, but..eh.) They ARE the same thing, just the title screen is different.

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