Originally Posted by Kascnef82
I bought the two disc edition. Cant seem to find other trailers for Lawrence on youtube like the 1989 reissue which is rare as hens teeth. That is on the more expensive four disc set.
I actually bought the big giant set because it's one of those movies that's not only worth it, but the included materials are really well done. At $40, I was happy to pony up for it. The coffee table book is worth the price of admission alone. This after owning the "burlap cover edition" (I don't know the official name of it) and the superbit edition on DVD.
It's funny, because in the "Why are BDs still so expensive" thread, someone brought up those big, robust laser disc collections. This not only has those features, but is right about the size of a laser disc package. My copy gets its own shelf, as do the Gone With the Wind and Wizard of Oz collector's sets.
I would have loved to have gotten the big Harry Potter set that comes in the model of Hogwarts, but I don't like the movies nearly well enough to pay the outlandish asking price. For those movies, the individual editions were good enough when I was able to get them on sale.