P.S.: I read your posting under HIGHLANDER about the 4 cuts of the 4th film in that series you've seen. In my day we didn't boast about watching or collecting bootlegs - you're egotripping attitude is obviously right up to date in 2010, but your supporting the bootleg/black market (and then bragging about it in "look what I know!" fashion) tells me all I need to know about you.
Okay, um, not sure why you're stalking my posts, but it wasn't bragging about bootlegs. In fact, three of those four versions were seen/obtained by indirectly giving money to Dimension Films. The theatrical cut was seen in theaters, which I had to spend money at the theater, which in turn goes to the film company. The "producer's cut" and "official workprint cut" were both part of the official DVD, which I had to spend money on at the video store, which in turn, once again, goes to the film company. As for the ONE bootleg I had of the film, it was both a version you couldn't find for sale officially ANYWHERE and I didn't spend money on it as it was part of a video trade.
And to get back on topic of the film in which this message board is all about, I bought a bootleg custom DVD of The Big Gundown (which had the English dub added to the longer Italian print), but also bought the official German DVD as well as the official Japanese DVD.
So once again, this isn't "egotripping" or "pointless bragging" about obtaining bootlegs. I don't know what your deal is, but I don't appreciate people trying to start conflicts on internet message boards. And in short, if I ever obtain a bootleg of a recent film, it's AFTER I've seen the movie in theaters and paid for it, and then I STILL buy the official release afterwards... just like I did with Highlander Endgame. So get your facts straight.