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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantbrynhildr
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Hello,  I have numerous DVD covers that have gotten ruined due to water damage. (They survived a tornado.)  I am looking for a report that would reprint the original covers.  I have seen some reports that print both the front and back cover on the same side with the detail information on the back. 
This is nice, but not quite what I want.  I would like a duplicate of the original cover, if possible.  I have a chance to get get several signed this summer, and would like to have nice copies for the actors to sign.  Can someone point me toward what I am looking for?  Or is there a gifted person who can make one for me?  Please and Thank You!
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Hello,  I have numerous DVD covers that have gotten ruined due to water damage. (They survived a tornado.)  I am looking for a report that would reprint the original covers.  I have seen some reports that print both the front and back cover on the same side with the detail information on the back. 
This is nice, but not quite what I want.  I would like a duplicate of the original cover, if possible.  I have a chance to get get several signed this summer, and would like to have nice copies for the actors to sign.  Can someone point me toward what I am looking for?  Or is there a gifted person who can make one for me?  Please and Thank You!

Yet another fictional one post character from 2007.
Don't confuse while the film is playing with when the film is played. [Ken Cole, DVD Profiler Architect]
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Yet another fictional one post character from 2007.


Yet another useless troll?

UHHHH...NO!  I have just not needed to post before.  If you can help, fine.  If you can't, GO AWAY!  Ignore my posts.  There is no reason to be mean about things.

I could have 4000+ post too if I made snarky comments on every post I read.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantjfrench
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Hi brynhldr,
I'm a bit confused about exactly what you're looking for but when you said a "duplicate of the original cover" I though you might checkout sites that have copies of the original covers.  I don't recall the exact names but they're something like cdcovers or freecovers.
I keep my dvds in binders but had saved the covers in a box in a shed and due to water running down the wall of the shed one of the boxes the contents turned into a soggy brick of covers.  It wasn't such a big deal as the majority of my discs came from video rental stores and the covers were already defaced in some way.
Also, I agree about the negative comments here.  It's the main reason I seldom post or contribute.  It seems that every forum has a few of these people but it's still very discouraging.
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had saved the covers in a box in a shed and due to water running down the wall of the shed one of the boxes the contents turned into a soggy brick of covers.  It wasn't such a big deal as the majority of my discs came from video rental stores and the covers were already defaced in some way.

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UHHHH...NO!  I have just not needed to post before.  If you can help, fine.  If you can't, GO AWAY!  Ignore my posts.

It can speak, let's start the Turing test.

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I have a chance to get get several signed this summer, and would like to have nice copies for the actors to sign.

Which actors?
Don't confuse while the film is playing with when the film is played. [Ken Cole, DVD Profiler Architect]
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I have a chance to get get several signed this summer, and would like to have nice copies for the actors to sign.

Which actors?

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I did find one site yesterday.  When I printed out their version.  It was too small.  I resized it.  Then it got grainy and rough.  Maybe they will be able to appreciate the fact that the movie survived an EF-5 tornado.  Peter S. Beagle seemed interested when I told him about my book of The Last Unicorn surviving a fire, a move, an EF-5 tornado, and another move.  He said it gave it character and special meaning.  Maybe the DVD's will too?
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One site that has scanned covers, but mostly custom made covers, is customaniacs.org

The freecovers.net site has already been mentioned. If you can't find it on freecovers, then go to customaniacs.
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It took a bit of searching my browser history but I located a site that I came across yesterday while updating some cast images.  It's freedvdcover.com.  If I knew the cover you'd like I would have searched for it.  Good luck!
Just in case somebody isn't aware of this, using Chrome you can highlight any text, right-click it and have Google search for it.
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