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Who knew MGM had the rights?

Frittering away the hours just got that much easier . . .

4 comments:

Tohoscope said...

Don't forget the really nice prints of Prince Planet that MGM has posted, too. I'm thinking that somebody at MGM wanted to jump on the Hulu wagon and somebody else at MGM pointed out that they had all this cool shit in the vaults. So it's win-win. MGM can get cool shit outta the vaults and we can watch it, and maybe some day buy it.

Tohoscope said...

Damn, they've already got 20 episodes of Prince Planet up on YouTube! Woot!

DVC said...

I'd love me some shiny plastic and aluminum substrate, but will take whatever they're willing to dish at this point -- beats the hell out of waiting around for a R1 release of "Macross Frontier"

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