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PostPosted: Thu Feb 11, 2016 7:42 am 
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One is a smaller film based on a true story. Came out not too long ago and features a score by a composer better known for his sci-fi epics, and we also released a score by him last year to a smaller, but highly effective sci-fi film.

The second title is a greatly expanded early 90s animated feature which now doubles the original playing time, including musical ideas that were not at all represented on the existing CD. Knock-out score!


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Frankie & Alice by Andrew Lockington for the first? Or was that already released?

I suppose the second title could be one of numerous possibilities, but my mind is immediately on The Rescuers Down Under by Bruce Broughton.


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The Rescuers Down Under would be an incredible release!

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 Post subject: Re: 2/16
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
The second title is a greatly expanded early 90s animated feature which now doubles the original playing time, including musical ideas that were not at all represented on the existing CD. Knock-out score!


Rock-a-Doodle (Robert Folk) or Ferngully (Alan Silvestri) perhaps?


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Hope Intrada gets back to some awesome golden age titles real soon;especially THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. "Are we there yet ?"


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 Post subject: Re: 2/16
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I also believe the 90s animated title is The Rescuers Down Under, and if it is, consider it a personal grail of mine! I always loved that score, probably my favorite Broughton (well, Young Sherlock Holmes is right beside it). The OST was nice, but it was indeed missing some musical ideas, such as the villain's motif! Will be fun to finally hear it, and the other music, apart from the film. That is, of course, if this is the title in question. ;)


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 Post subject: Re: 2/16
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I hope that it's Broughton's Rescuers Down Under. If it is, then that'll be another score marked off my wishlist. However, does anybody think it could be Horner's Fievel Goes West? I mean, there were some music cues that were left off the official soundtrack (according to Wikipedia).


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I would have to go with Ferngully by Alan Silvestri. The original CD featured more sound effects than original score but The Rescuers Down Under is a solid bet. Any Andrew Lockington score is definitely welcome.


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RESCUERS DOWN UNDER
Definitely a Knockout score from Broughton and would mark the first co-brand with Disney of a score previously issued on CD... If it is the title.

Instant purchase if it is.

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DeviantMan wrote:
RESCUERS DOWN UNDER
Definitely a Knockout score from Broughton and would mark the first co-brand with Disney of a score previously issued on CD... If it is the title.

Instant purchase if it is.


There's no co-brand coming next week.


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 Post subject: Re: 2/16
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So Rescuers Down Under in Special Collection. What a blast !
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including musical ideas that were not at all represented on the existing CD

Of course, the musical theme for the villain McLeach sadly wasn't included on the original album ! I can't wait, this is amazing.


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 Post subject: Re: 2/16
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Rescuers Down Under is indeed an obvious purchase for me.
As much as I love Silvestri, Ferngully....isn't.


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For the first clue, I'm going to suggest "Big Eyes" by Danny Elfman. There's a digital release of the album already, but that's mostly the songs; Danny's music only has six cues.

Last year's release mentioned would be his superb "Edward Scissorhands".


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Roger Feigelson wrote:
DeviantMan wrote:
RESCUERS DOWN UNDER
Definitely a Knockout score from Broughton and would mark the first co-brand with Disney of a score previously issued on CD... If it is the title.

Instant purchase if it is.


There's no co-brand coming next week.


Not Co-Branded?
Well, RDU wasn't a big hit, it was a very good Disney animated film though.
AND was reissued on CD by Disney a few years ago with bonus tracks from the original RESCUERS. Of course FERNGULLY remastered and complete sans SFX would be great as well.

Either one I'd purchase on announcement day! :D

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 Post subject: Re: 2/16
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I imagined that The Rescuers Down Under would be a regular Special Collection release. I don’t see it as much of a “prestige” title in the sense of Disney itself actively pursuing Intrada for a new album, which of course is in no way a commentary on the quality of the dynamite score.

The Rescuers (1977), on the other hand, is very much a “prestige” title for a number of reasons.


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