Thunderbean Animation

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Askew
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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#26 Post by Askew » Thu Nov 19, 2015 7:37 pm

What is the best way for a Canadian to buy these releases? Amazon's shipping cost is ridiculous at $12 per disc.

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#27 Post by Ashirg » Fri Nov 20, 2015 11:25 am

domino harvey wrote:Is the Blu-ray a traditionally pressed disc (ie not a BD-R)?
Their last release Ub Iwerks' Willie Whopper, was pressed and since Steve's updates included words like "the Private Snafu set is in replication right now" and he stated that these are not BD-R, I would think it's a pressed disc.

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#28 Post by Cagliostro » Sat Nov 21, 2015 12:47 am

Tentative release schedule posted over at Cartoon Research for the rest of 2016 thru mid 2017:
Thunderbean wrote:Cubby Bear: July 18th 2016
Abbott and Costello Rarities August 15 2016
Christmas Flickers December 2016
Lou Bunin Classics featuring “Alice in Wonderland” December 2016
Stop Motion set -January 2017
Flip the Frog- likely February 2017
Comi-Color Cartoons April 2017
Rainbow Parades May 2017
and…

Mr. Bug Goes to Town (from the master neg!!) June 2017

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#29 Post by Cash Flagg » Thu May 18, 2017 8:41 am

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#30 Post by Emak-Bakia » Thu May 18, 2017 7:49 pm

I wonder if the Hollywood Rarities set actually includes packaging and artwork. The last one of those Thunderbean BD-R limited deals I ordered (the Halloween disc) was just an unlabeled consumer disc shipped in an envelope without any sort of artwork. It's a great collection, but I was bummed about the lack of packaging. I've been meaning to make some artwork of my own.

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#31 Post by Cagliostro » Wed May 24, 2017 12:55 pm

Another venture outside of animation for Thunderbean: Abbott and Costello Rarities now listed on Amazon

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#32 Post by skeets kelly » Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:01 am

Has anyone heard anything about the More Technicolor Dreams blu-ray? It was announced late last year for early 2018 and I haven't seen anything about it. Tried emailing them a few days ago but I still haven't received a response and there's no info on their site.

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Re: Thunderbean Animation

#33 Post by kidc » Thu Apr 05, 2018 5:01 pm

The More Technicolor set is definitely coming, but it was July last thing I heard. Thunderbean is essentially a one man operation, and he will frequently delay releases if he has too much on his plate, or if he finds a new short he thinks is worth including, so don't cross your fingers that it will actually come out in July. I pre-ordered his Fleischer Rarities set back in January 2017 and it should hopefully be out this month.

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