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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:12 pm 
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... Yeah. Since Don is releasing his other films (All Dogs Go to Heaven, Anastasia and The Secret of NIMH; ADGTH2 doesn't count since Don didn't have a part in it), I'd love to see An American Tail released on Blu-ray, since it's my most favorite Don Bluth movie. :)


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I will most definitely second this idea. "An American Tail" would be beautiful on Blu, as would "Feivel Goes West". Bring it on!!!

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dvdjunkie wrote:
I will most definitely second this idea. "An American Tail" would be beautiful on Blu, as would "Feivel Goes West". Bring it on!!!


I thirdly agree to this idea and Feivel Goes West to be on Blu - Ray as well...

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"Feivel goes Blu" is what they're gonna be sayin' when the movies are eventually announced.

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Spielberg and Universal like to sit on the popular titles they co-own. I dream that one day he may release Jaws, E.T. Jurassic Park, An American Tail, The Land Before Time or any of the Amblimation films, but I'm not seeing that light at the end of the tunnel.

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jpanimation wrote:
Spielberg and Universal like to sit on the popular titles they co-own. I dream that one day he may release Jaws, E.T. Jurassic Park, An American Tail, The Land Before Time or any of the Amblimation films, but I'm not seeing that light at the end of the tunnel.


It's not really like that. Spielberg wants to approve every Blu-ray they release of his movies, and he's finishing two different movies. I'm sure his attention is elsewhere, right now :D.

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If it comes out to blu-ray, and I really hope it does, I hope that they put the correct theatrical aspect ratio. I know that it's in all probability some sort of open matte, but with a widescreen tv and a blu-ray player on my laptop, I'd really like to see it in widescreen. It's been 20 some years since I saw it on the big screen when I was little.

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Watching An American Tail on Cinemax HD (West) and I have to say it looks great. Just needs a little touching up here and there (remove specks and grain) for the future Blu-ray- IF it ever happens- and it'll look fantastic! :)


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You shouldn't really remove grain when transferring to Blu-Ray


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yamiiguy wrote:
You shouldn't really remove grain when transferring to Blu-Ray


Why? :?


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DisneyJedi wrote:
yamiiguy wrote:
You shouldn't really remove grain when transferring to Blu-Ray


Why? :?


Do some research on DNR. Film purists (rightfully) go crazy when it's used in excess as it can tend to take away fine detail. Also research the overuse of DNR on the Predator: Ultimate Hunter Edition Blu-ray as that was a release that had a lot of uproar

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I think DNR, if used liberally, is acceptable but there's always the risk of overdoing it so it's best not done at all. Although, one should make the distinction between film grain and noise. Noise should be reduced but it probably wouldn't be there at all with a proper restoration. Film grain most definitely shouldn't.


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I can never decide whether I like a filmic, grainy image or a slick-looking antiseptic picture when viewing films.

I like both.


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I hopefully they do make it into Blu-Ray + DVD Combo (This feel random/silly to say, but may they re-released it as Blu-Ray + DVD Combo (An American Tail HD Edition and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West HD Extended Edition "Uncut")

"the 1st movie leave were it is, it is perfect were it is (only thing needed to add is all the Lagrange inducing Japanese with English Subtitle), however the 2nd movie ...hmm... well even I watch it a lot but something is missing, something that feel unfinished/incomplete" Now I know 75 minutes not long enough (it should be around 90 - 100 minutes), the villains should have more air time, needed addition footage/deleted scene (hopefully an uncut version) plus Fievel's American Tails -Complete Series- should be included as a Special Features with all Lagrange inducing Japanese with English Subtitle (apply for An American Tail 1, 2, 3, 4 & Fievel's American Tails), prologue & epilogue of the film (Only for An American Tails: Fievel Goes West), more air time with Fievel & Tiger and addition ending + Complete Series of Fievel's American Tails (with all Lagrange inducing Japanese with English Subtitle)"

"Yet not forget the following song that is very emotional: "Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version) and "The Girl You Left Behind" - Cathy Cavadini, Somewhere, Out There movie or end credits/full version (Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram & Dreams of Dream Finale Version (Linda Ronstadt)"

"If only we can tell Universal & Amblin Entertainment/Amblimation (DreamWorks Animation SKG) for the approval/feedback" :3 (let me about your comment)"


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But does an uncut version of Fievel Goes West even exist?


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Just so you know, Cliff on the Blu-ray.com forums said that animated films on Blu-ray from Shout! Factory are not out of the question. ;)


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 21, 2013 12:43 am 
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Guys? Looks like we got a confirmation.

http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=12858

And it comes out two days before my birthday! :)


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 21, 2013 10:01 am 
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Great! :) Now let's hope it'll be a region free disc, for those of us who live outside the States.


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Jules wrote:
Great! :) Now let's hope it'll be a region free disc, for those of us who live outside the States.


I would have thought that Fievel goes West would be released at the same time as this.

Also looking on Amazon, someone is selling the VHS for $40. I hope there's no one somewhere out there dumb enough to actually buy this :|

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/ ... 39&sr=1-20

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They're recycling the cover art for the Blu-ray. Disappointing but not surprising.

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