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Who's responsible for Miyazaki films on VHS?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Joshua Clinard, Jun 3, 2003.

  1. Joshua Clinard

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    Who is responsible for getting the Miyazaki films released in widescreen on VHS? I was thinking it might be John Lassater, or it might be Miyazaki himself, but then again he did let Fox release My Neighbor Toroto P&S, so who knows who it was.
     
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    Fox released in P&S only because that's the only master they had access to. I think it was said earlier that when the rights revert (probably to Disney for US dist.) that it would likely be original widescreen.
     
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    I can't quite figure this, because the LD release of My Neighbor Totoro was letterboxed.
     
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    Ok, so now that it's settled that Fox released it PS because that's what they had access to, can we get back to my original question? Does anyone know?
     

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