Thanks for Clash of the Titans!!!!!

William Ward

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As mentioned in the chat, Warner says Clash of the Titans will be out summer 2002. Thanks a million in advance!!
"Summer 2002. The gods have decreed."
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William
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David Lambert

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WooHoo!
(dances around the room) Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!!!!!!!......
That, V: The Final Battle news, and a few other choice tidbits really made my night. Thanks again,
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Luis S

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Aha! Heres the thread I was looking for!My only regret is that I got nervous and should asked for more details on disc specs,but is nice to see my excitement is shared by others here.So what are you guys hoping for in terms of features? Im hoping for trailers,deleted scenes and the like. Man, its been YEARS since Ive seen this film!I cant wait!

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William Ward

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I'd be happy with a digitally restored Hi-Def master with which to make an anamorphic DVD. Sound preference is in order: PCM Stereo(Warner...yeah right), 5.1 re-mix(sounds better than DD 2.0), and finally DD 2.0 surround. A commentary would be nice. As would any documentaries available(or make a new one!!).
If all we get is anamorphic and 2.0 surround then it better be priced at $9.99 or something. Of course, I'll pay up to $19.99 but many marginal fans or casual buyers won't.
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Peter M Fitzgerald

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Yes, thanks much for that nice bit of news, Warner.
Please also consider your other two Ray Harryhausen films:
1) THE BEAST FROM TWENTY THOUSAND FATHOMS (1953)
2) VALLEY OF GWANGI (1969) - A perfect bonus feature for this disc would be the Harryhausen-animated dinosaur footage done for part of the otherwise-routine feature-length nature documentary, THE ANIMAL WORLD (1956), which was also a Warner Bros film. Some of this footage was later re-used as a caveman's mental flashback imagery, in the Warner Bros film TROG (1970), infamously known as Joan Crawford's last movie.
 

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