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Ripping Yarns DVDs by sminobe on 14 January 2004 6:36pm
 

Stolen from the "Series" side:

Re: Ripping Yarns...help!! by Webmaster on 14 January 2004

Good news from Michael's office: all 9 Ripping Yarns are going to be issued on a DVD by a company called Network Media, towards the end of this year or early next year. Network are currently working on enhancing/ restoring the quality of the original film material, and Michael and Terry Jones have recorded a commentary.
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by macauley on 14 January 2004 9:49pm
 
..swell...but can we get one that is compatible with our US dvd players??? we tend to feel so left out at times..
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by networkmedia@nireland.com on 9 February 2004 10:11pm
 
Hello,
I'm sorry to inform you that this Network Media in Northern Ireland isn't the same company you refer to. We do make TV programmes and when I worked for the BBC I did a spell as Asst Producer on Michael's Great Railway Journeys of the World II
(Derry to Kerry). I've taken a couple of enquiries already so maybe the other "Network Media" can help.
Iain Webster
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by notquitenglish on 21 February 2004 4:11am
 
Man, I hope they release it over here in the US... it would be a major crime against humanity if they didn't.

We'd have to arrest Palin.
And Jones.
Yeah, and make them do comedy shows for us!
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by perry_riposte on 26 February 2004 10:30pm
 
To fellow US viewers -- consider getting an all-region DVD player so you can play everything from everywhere. I got my first one at Scarecrow Video in Seattle (206.524.8554); I bought another on ebay for just $75.
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by mra9a on 27 February 2004 6:22pm
 
somewhat related question: has anyone tried playing different region-ed DVDs in a DVD-ROM? Do they work? Or do you have to tinker with settings to get them to play?

Mara
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by Louise on 27 February 2004 8:40pm
 
Mara, try this site for info:

www.dvddemystified.com
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by mra9a on 1 March 2004 8:45pm
 
yeah that site is good, and it helped, thanks! But has anyone actually *tried* it? :) (trying not to beat a dead horse though)
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by watercub on 2 March 2004 4:24pm
 
Yes, NQE....I'll lead the arresting party...I'm with you! I've got a great extra room in my house to stow them in too....Not for my OWN personal benefit, mind you, just trying to be helpful!
;-)

Cub
 
Re: Ripping Yarns DVDs by watercub on 2 March 2004 4:27pm
 
As far as the DVDs go, I just bought a Region 1 of Sahara released in China, so it works on my player and it's in English (though I can watch it with Mandarin subtitles if I so desire)

I love it!

Cub
 
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