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The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

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  • The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

    This will make some people happy on this board:
    DVDizzy.com / UltimateDisney.com Forum :: View topic - The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray - 12/13/11

    In stores Dec 13!

    Amazon has a listing for it already:
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS.../5336714571-20
    Last edited by Barbossa; 09-01-2011, 01:27 PM.

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    Re: The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

    Wahooooo! This will make bank for Disney! Can't imagine this won't sell very well on Day 1. Thanks for the heads up!

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      Re: The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

      We all know how Disney is with their anniversary editions (i.e. the recent Fox & the Hound 30th Blu), so I'm not expecting a lot of new extras. Just looking forward to a good transfer, great picture and great sound.

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        Re: The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

        Boy, I hope the image looks solid. I'm just happy they didn't completely ignore this movie. I was just taking Disney to task on my show a few weeks ago when I talked about The Rocketeer for not releasing it on Blu-ray. Maybe now some younger folks--and I say this despite being under 30--will embrace the movie like I did when I saw it.
        Check out the Mousterpiece Cinema podcast on iTunes, on Twitter, on Facebook, or on the show's blog!

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          Re: The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

          I'll rent it first....never seen it but it looks like a fun film
          Happy Halloween!!!

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            Re: The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

            Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
            I'll rent it first....never seen it but it looks like a fun film
            If you liked Captain America, you'll like this one. Both are comic book movies,
            both are directed by Joe Johnston, and both take place during the WW2 era.
            And a bonus... no CGI in this one. Still practical effects. It has the feeling of the first 3 Indiana Jones movies.

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              Re: The Rocketeer: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

              Originally posted by Barbossa View Post
              If you liked Captain America, you'll like this one. Both are comic book movies,
              both are directed by Joe Johnston, and both take place during the WW2 era.
              And a bonus... no CGI in this one. Still practical effects. It has the feeling of the first 3 Indiana Jones movies.
              I most likley will but I can rent it from Blockbuster first and if I like it get it when its on sale, my guess is Disney wants strong sales in this and Captain America and they'll reboot the movie
              Happy Halloween!!!

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