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Let us never be pessimistic! Perhaps they’ll have sense knocked into their heads by the time they decide to un-slaughter the series, and believe me…The Black Cauldron, my sibs and I didn’t even finish it! AND FFLEWDDUR WAS A FAT LITTLE WHITE-HAIRED MAN WITH A BLOBBERY NOSE AND A PAUNCH!!!!!!! That really hacked me off.
Actually, I sent the Disney company a letter expressing my hopes for a family-friendly live action PC, so we’ll see…
Disney’s just distributing and has no say in how things are made. Try Walden Media… (what, did you send it before the movie came out or after? Didn’t it turn out pretty family-friendly?)
A Prydain movie would be loverly! It’s so beautifully unstressful to not be puristy about something.
Do you mean Prince Caspian or Prydain Chronicles, Pip?
Alyosha – 9 hours ago »
Disney’s just distributing and has no say in how things are made. Try Walden Media…
Actually, Disney itself owns the rights to Prydain movies. I suppose they’d be more likely to do it if they sold it to Walden, but since Walden is no longer in a Disney-specific contract, that doesn’t seem too likely.
Sorry, Sarah, I meant Prydain Chronicles, since talking about Prince Caspian would be off-topic and I never go off topic! (Lol…)
Oh ok, that makes more sense–I was talking about PC, then. Walden-not-Disney has the rights to that. I am shockingly ignorant on the subject of Prydain.
Prydain in the movie world, or Prydain in general? (should be noted that most of the information I’ve posted is from IMDB, so don’t count on it being reliable)
Pip – 1 day ago »
AND FFLEWDDUR WAS A FAT LITTLE WHITE-HAIRED MAN WITH A BLOBBERY NOSE AND A PAUNCH!!!!!!!
You’re kidding! *gasps* . . . *blinks* . . .Oh my.
Please tell my they got the “harp string snapping” right.
Hm. Now I’m curious as to what led them to make that decision.
Well said, jordan…
I believe they did the harp string-snapping. (At least they kept that much!)
Pip here again; Dad’s reading The High King aloud to us and we like it. Gwydion (sp?) is horribly pessimistic, and that drives me nuts…
Really? I didn’t really notice it myself.
I’m an incurable optimist and whenever there’s a sourpuss in a book, it drives me crazy! Not all the time, just most of the time.
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