The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut Mark 4

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Garrett Gilchrist wrote: Fri Jun 10, 2022 1:55 pm Interesting. Worth scanning?
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The court images appear in the Thief Who Never Gave Up Portfolio in color, although it looks like the Indian ruler has lighter skin here, than the pure black in the portfolio, and the images have been cropped .... sliced in two in one case!

(The portfolio also has a more human take on the One Eye camp, which feels NSFW in this form.)

An easy way to see this is to check out
https://www.facebook.com/groups/thiefandthecobbler
https://www.facebook.com/groups/3796716 ... dia/albums
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The Thief Who Never Gave Up portfolio is really a fascinating glimpse of what could have been. Not just the completed film but we also missed out on a coffee table book with the Errol le Cain stuff and the Art Babbitt book "The Animation Bible". (I'm assuming that the ABCs of Animation became the Animator's Survival Kit?)

Interesting that Mohammed bin Faisal Al Saud was listed as a writer in the 1982 documents. Is this basically since he funded the war machine sequence? Did they use this funding for the voice recording as well? (Says all voices had been recorded at this point)

There's also talk about how Williams tried to start over learning about screenwriting after the Rabbit so he could improve the Thief script. He mentions Imogene Sutton helping him look at the film more objectively and in a business minded way. Garrett do you have any insight on how the script changed after Rabbit? Was it just organized/streamlined or was there more to it than that?
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Please do not include Tin Tack ... it is likely that Dick Williams never read it, and nothing from it was used.
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