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The Most Ludicrous DVD/Blu-ray Box Sets Ever
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The Most Ludicrous DVD/Blu-ray Box Sets Ever | E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial – Limited Edition Spaceship with Digibook (Blu-ray, Digital Copy and UV Copy)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial – Limited Edition Spaceship with Digibook (Blu-ray, Digital Copy and UV Copy)

Perhaps the best loved conceptual designer and illustrator Hollywood has ever known, Ralph McQuarrie is the man behind many of your favourite characters in the original Star Wars trilogy, not forgetting Cocoon, the 1970s Battlestar Galactica TV series and, of course, E.T. As well as designing the Reese’s Pieces-munching cycling enthusiast, McQuarrie came up with his spaceship, with one key proviso from Spielberg: it had to look like Dr. Seuss had thought it up. 30 years later, you can get it a mini-version in a box with a 44-page digibook and the Blu-ray update (featuring HD walkie-talkies). The only problem is that it will serve as a continual reminder that E.T. went home, so may cause uncontrollable sobbing.

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