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Old 06-06-2008, 11:43 PM   #661
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The best version.
i should point out the three i have to choose from are the u.s. theatrical cut, international theatrical cut, and director's cut.
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The newest version.

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i should point out the three i have to choose from are the u.s. theatrical cut, international theatrical cut, and director's cut.
You don't have the latest release from last year?
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i should point out the three i have to choose from are the u.s. theatrical cut, international theatrical cut, and director's cut.
I've never actually seen the director's cut.
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You don't have the latest release from last year?
i don't own it i just rented it from netflix. i added this so long ago and am finally getting to stuff i added to my queue...i think a year and a half ago...i don't even remember if i saw multiple versions.
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Oh yeah, I should share what I did last night. At about 2am, once we were all a bit on the drunk side of life (honestly, I don't think I was very drunk), we decided to watch ... Thomas The Tank Engine.

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That must have been heaven for you.
Thomas The Tank Engine to a Train porn enthusiast would be akin to child porn, no?
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That must have been heaven for you.
Yeah, though it was unfortunately not from a season narrated by Ringo Starr. We'll probably find a video of episodes he did for the next booze-up, though!
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fuck. i'll watch the 82 international theatrical cut tonight and see if i have time for the director's cut too. at the very least, i'll watch the end of it to see the original ending.

then i'll see if i can rent the other disc too
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Thomas The Tank Engine to a Train porn enthusiast would be akin to child porn, no?
Oh god, Ian.

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i don't own it i just rented it from netflix. i added this so long ago and am finally getting to stuff i added to my queue...i think a year and a half ago...i don't even remember if i saw multiple versions.
The final cut was released late last year and is the definitive version of the film.

If you don't have that, then I guess the Director's Cut will have to do.
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Yeah, though it was unfortunately not from a season narrated by Ringo Starr. We'll probably find a video of episodes he did for the next booze-up, though!
oooh, one of the seasons narrated by...was it george carlin?
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Yeah, though it was unfortunately not from a season narrated by Ringo Starr. We'll probably find a video of episodes he did for the next booze-up, though!
You have to!

Ringo Starr = Thomas The Tank Engine in my world
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The final cut was released late last year and is the definitive version of the film.

If you don't have that, then I guess the Director's Cut will have to do.
yeah, so wikipedia tells me

oh well, i can always rent that version. or if i like it, and i'm sure i will, i can always buy it.
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Oh god, Ian.

I hope nobody who only knows me a little bit never finds all the highly inappropriate jokes i make and thinks i might be even the slightest bit serious
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oooh, one of the seasons narrated by...was it george carlin?
No, it was the 1992 season, by Michael Angelis. I understand Carlin only narrated the versions re-narrated for the American market (because apparently American children would get confused by the British narration, despite the fact children everywhere else don't).
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