The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut Mark 4

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Post: # 6541Post Dennis196492 »

Arabian Knight is really weird, they spent way more money than you'd think in order to essentially re-dub the entire film and add in an animated title card that shines and sparkles as opposed to the dry, static and embarassing Princess logo that appears in the intro of the Princess DVD, unless the Princess logo was at one point fully animated for the ''theatrical release''
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Post: # 6544Post Arnaud »

Interesting stuff in the upcoming Heritage Auction :

http://comics.ha.com/c/search-results.z ... ger+rabbit
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Post: # 6548Post Garrett Gilchrist »

Very interesting. Check out the color scheme on Benny the Cab's model sheet, when he was "Benny the Car."

That's also the early "blonde" Jessica Rabbit with the final color scheme instead.
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Re: The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut Mark 4

Post: # 6590Post tidee »

Garrett, youtube has removed part 4 of Recobbled Cut Mark 4. Do you have a replacement link for that part? I appreciate all the work and passion you have invested, and just to understand, if i have all 7 parts, that will be the full story of The Thief and the Cobbler. I am anxious to watch it, but i wanted to see it all at once if possible. Thanks you for everything!
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Re: The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut Mark 4

Post: # 6592Post Garrett Gilchrist »

Read the description below parts 3 or 5 of The Recobbled Cut.
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Post: # 6593Post tidee »

thanks!
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Post: # 6610Post Garrett Gilchrist »

Here is a DVD-format download of a PAL compilation of Richard Williams Studio's animated commercials, from VHS, the web and other sources. Most of these date to the 70s and early 80s, and include terrific animation in a wide variety of styles.

ANIMATEDADSPAL
https://mega.co.nz/#F!5VcwAK5S!0b1VHkMST9Ec1rE_Fs1P0g

The VIDEO_TS folder contains the DVD itself - there is also a DVD_ROM folder which you might want to download separately as a ZIP. It contains a bunch of the ads in their original formats, such as NTSC ads and web rips.
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Re: The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut Mark 4

Post: # 6702Post marsupilami2000 »

Garrett Gilchrist wrote:Here is a long out of print and rare pan & scan version of Fred Calvert's The Princess and the Cobbler, as released in Australia. This disc was actually a key source for the Recobbled Cut.

PRINCESSCOBBLERDVD
https://mega.co.nz/#F!cBcBCDxI!3NNhZQVcgNKuYSavLRy1Vw
Oh no! The link is down.

Would it be possible for you to reupload this?

I can't find a physical copy of this version anywhere - not even eBay or second-hand shops.
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Post: # 6717Post Garrett Gilchrist »

Uh, I'll keep it in mind. But if I post a DVD the links won't be permanent.
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Post: # 6718Post Garrett Gilchrist »

Here is my 2007 DVD release of 1977's "Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure." We did transfer and restoration of this film, and any widescreen version you've seen is ours. This is the "Scope" version, which was pretty badly resized.

RAGGEDYSCOPE
https://mega.co.nz/#F!4UkyiBjb!QV-GpGU7JibDEWeyOP7D2g

I prefer the 16x9 version, which is stretched a bit vertically to fill the frame; that's how the 35mm print was transferred.

RAGGEDYANN16X9
https://mega.co.nz/#F!1VMizbhC!vKKCe0EcQWyMYeHvRE4JrA

We now have multiple 35mm copies of the film and have been planning to do a full HD version of it, especially if we can ever get the rights to issue it on Blu Ray officially.
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