> >will hold near continuous showings of the "whole" movie (i.e. all three) 
> >as one movie.  That will be about nine hours.  Perhaps people will be able 
> >to pay for portions of the show.
> Have they ever done this with the Star Wars saga? --JWR

I've never heard of it thought it's possible.  But there's a big difference here.  The 
Lord of the Rings was shot as one movie in three parts, and released over a two year 
time span.  Star Wars doesn't fit that pattern.

I can predict that at least at my house there will be at least one day of continuous 
showing sometime after the last DVD comes out.  A snowy day deep in January would be 
perfect for it.

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