animorphic or no?

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  1. Kevin Brennan

    Kevin Brennan Auditioning

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    Anyone know of a site that can tell me if a certain disc is animorphic. I can't return it once i open it and sometimes they are not labeled. I don't want to keep buying non-animorphic transfers. Thanks.
     
  2. Robert Dunnill

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    DVD Planet is good for that. I use them to guard ensure that what I'm buying isn't MARred.
     
  3. Brian McHale

    Brian McHale Supporting Actor

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    I haven't found any single sight that I feel I can trust. What I normally do is use DVD-Basen to find reviews of the DVD. If you look at several reviews, you can normally figure it out.
     

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