Cats Don't Dance - Pan & Scan

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  1. Jon_J

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    http://www.dvdtoons.com/news/129
     
  2. Christian Preischl

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    Hey,
    well, this is certainly a great day for announcements. Just came off the $70 E.T. thread, and now this. Keeps getting better and better every minute. [​IMG]
    Chris
     
  3. Patrick McCart

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    I got the laserdisc, so it looks like I'll be making some money.
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    Dammit. One of my favorite animated movies in recent years.
     
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    Damn you pan and scanners. Damn you all to hell.
    Little part from Planet of the Apes. Except Charlton Heston didn't say Pan and Scanners.[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I really like this movie and it would be a shame if they made the DVD pan & scan only. I personally would trade all extra features for an anamorphic widescreen transfer of this one, and will not buy it unless a widescreen version is made available. This was actually the last laserdisc I watched a couple of days ago.

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