Where can I find the extended-edition Lord of the Rings with Portuguese subtitles?
March 22, 2006 7:09 AM   Subscribe

Needs to be region 0 or region 4...

My good friends in Brazil would absolutely freak out if I could bring them a legit, fully packaged, copy of the extended edition Lord of the Rings to them this coming summer. Any idea where I could find a copy? It would have to be a region 0 or region 4 DVD...
posted by sablazo to Shopping (8 answers total)
Try looking on torrents.to for Lord of the Rings that is ratdvd extension. They look just like store bought copies.
posted by BigBrownBear at 7:12 AM on March 22, 2006

Why not buy a region free player along with the disks?
posted by delmoi at 7:31 AM on March 22, 2006

Or buy them a region 1 player.
posted by delmoi at 7:32 AM on March 22, 2006

If you get them a region 1 player, remember, Brazil is PAL/M territory... NTSC DVD players from the USA/Canada are not going to be easy for someone from Brazil to use! (But not all that hard either, as their TVs don't suck like ours).
posted by shepd at 7:34 AM on March 22, 2006

Best answer: How about here? These should all be region 4.

I've used EzyDVD to order R4 discs from Australia before (I'm in the UK btw).
posted by coach_mcguirk at 7:49 AM on March 22, 2006

easiest path: buy or rent the region 1 DVDs, rip and burn them as Region 0, Macromedia-free DVD-Rs
posted by matteo at 8:11 AM on March 22, 2006

Best answer: (you can then of course put the Region 0 DVD-Rs in the original Region 1 package, if they like packaging booklets etc)
posted by matteo at 8:15 AM on March 22, 2006

i've been able to crack the regions on any player i've had. codes are always online. I have to figure that your brazilian friends already know how to do it. if you are having trouble cracking the code, let me know and i'll send you some forums.
posted by BigBrownBear at 9:21 AM on March 22, 2006

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