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Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

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    Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

    Any chance we'll be getting codes to stream HD ultraviolet copies of the Indiana Jones trilogy if we buy the Blu-Ray box set? I hope so! I'm really starting to like getting these streaming codes. That's why I've mostly been buying Universal releases lately.

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    Good question!

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      Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

      I doubt George Lucas would approve this, but it would be nice. I own the trilogy on DVD and would instantly upgrade if D2D was offered!

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        Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

        Originally posted by echopulse View Post
        I doubt George Lucas would approve this, but it would be nice. I own the trilogy on DVD and would instantly upgrade if D2D was offered!
        This is exactly what I was thinking about Lucas. Probably the reason we'll never see Star Wars on D2D either.

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          Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

          Instead of asking for Indiana Jones to be on Ultraviolet, why not first ask for it to be on Vudu? Kinda redundant if you can't even watch it because Vudu doesn't have the rights to show it?

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            Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

            Originally posted by craiggers88 View Post
            Instead of asking for Indiana Jones to be on Ultraviolet, why not first ask for it to be on Vudu? Kinda redundant if you can't even watch it because Vudu doesn't have the rights to show it?
            I think you've got it backwards. I think a movie has to be UV compatible before it can be on vudu.

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              Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

              Originally posted by Nygiantsfan3342 View Post
              I think you've got it backwards. I think a movie has to be UV compatible before it can be on vudu.
              No, Vudu was around long before UltraViolet.

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                Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

                Originally posted by MaxH View Post
                No, Vudu was around long before UltraViolet.
                That isn't my point. My point is that you can have UV and not use vudu, but you can't use vudu without UV.

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                  Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

                  Originally posted by Nygiantsfan3342 View Post
                  That isn't my point. My point is that you can have UV and not use vudu, but you can't use vudu without UV.
                  Wrong again. (My apologies if I'm misunderstanding, but I'm taking your post literally here.) UV launched this year; Vudu launched in September 2007. Lots of us were using Vudu before Ultraviolet was launched.

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                    Re: Indiana Jones Trilogy on Ultraviolet?

                    I don't think that will include the Ultraviolet based on the pictures I have seen. I would upgrade my DVD's to Vudu HDX the day it was released for d2d.

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