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    Default GKIDS Announces Studio Ghibli Reissues

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    Not seeing the point. I have all of these on blu-ray already. Maybe these will be less overpriced than the Disney releases? Sort of explains the sale prices on these lately though.

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    Cover Art changes, changes in some of the dubtitles - worth a look.
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    I already own everything but Pom Poko, so these are pointless to me as the cover of Pom Poko won't match up with my other Ghibli films. As for the Miyazaki stuff, I've got the box set, so I'm good there.

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    Yeah I'm wondering if they'll still use the Disney produced English tracks, not that I care about that. They fixed the missing lossless Japanese tracks, as well as replacing dubtitles with proper subs, on titles in the box set that weren't already ok. If I was gonna watch in English, which would be very rare, I still prefer the original dub of Totoro to the Disney version.
    I do suggest getting Pom Poko in some for though, I watched it again a couple of weeks ago. Not Miyazaki, but one of the best things I've seen nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hastor View Post
    Yeah I'm wondering if they'll still use the Disney produced English tracks,
    According to the other site, NO. They will have their own in house crew. These are not simple "reissues" as one would think.
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