More Rankin-Bass, Empire's New Clothes: 30th Anniversary

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  1. Anthony Liz

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    The Emperor's New Clothes: 30th Anniversary Edition
    For the first time on home video and DVD, Classic Media (Sony)presents The Emperor's New Clothes. First premiering on ABC as a network television special in February of 1972, the talented Rankin & Bass production team created this masterpiece in live action, cell animation and "animagic," the trademark stop-motion technique. Andersen's 1837 tale is brought to life by master storyteller Danny Kaye, playing the clever Marmaduke.
    Streets on August 6th. Retail: $14.98
    First Mad Monster Party and now this...phew [​IMG]
     
  2. David Lambert

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    Where is Wizards?
     
  3. Anthony Liz

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    Better yet, where is The Last Unicorn? [​IMG]
     
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    Last Unicorn is in Region 2.....I'm definitely placing my order next payday. [​IMG]
     
  5. David Lambert

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    [​IMG] Last year - August, I can tell you precisely - I sent an e-mail to FHE asking about Last Unicorn. No reply was ever given!
    Yes, I prefer TLU, as does the missus. I merely thought of Wizards first because a co-worker had mentioned that one just about an hour prior! [​IMG]
     
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    It would also be great to see The Flight of Dragons by Rankin-Bass.
     
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    Of course you know that WIZARDS isn't Rankin/Bass, right? It was a Ralph Bakshi film.
     
  8. David Lambert

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    Oops...of course it is. I'm stupid. [​IMG]
     
  9. Brian Kidd

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    Nah. Not stupid. I'm sure it was a brain fart. Happens to me all the time.
     

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