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Voice talents of Steven Blum, Beau Billingslea. The bounty-hunting Bebop crew sets out to find the villain who blew up a tanker truck that released a deadly biochemical virus on planet Mars in year 2071. Based on the hit TV series, the crew seeks to save lives and, of course, claim the reward of 300,000,000 woolongs. In Japanese with English audio & subtitles. Animated. 1998/color/115 min/R/widescreen.
As special editions go, this Cowboy Bebop DVD isn't that loaded. The bulk of the extras are six featurettes--about 35 minutes of material--consisting of interviews with the key talents including creator Shinichiro Watanabe and the vocal talent (both Japanese and American). Because the Bebop DVD series was void of any design extras, fans should eat up the 100 or so production drawings and a dandy storyboard presentation. Listed as "music videos," the two songs are essentially clean opening and closing animation cuts (without credits). Fans will also appreciate that the film is presented in both original Japanese language and English in Dolby 5.1. The film lost its subtitle, "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," from its American theatrical run for the DVD. --Doug Thomas
This is definitive anime This is probably one of the best animated series out there. I'm sure the series itself is top 10 in the movie is top notch. Also. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Patrick W. Forys
Every episode of Bebop feels like a movie, so a feature length film is no surprisePublished 17 days ago by Nerdguy217
I mean it's Cowboy Bebop on Blueray - what more could you want?Published 21 days ago by Delaila Lugo
I don't get how this movie got so many 5 stars. This movie has almost nothing to do with the original series. Read morePublished 23 days ago by faben yacob
Spike Spiegel is no ordinary bounty hunter and this is no ordinary anime movie.
I just watched it for the first time in years and right in the middle, just before the... Read more
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It was in Japan. I read somewhere that in June it will be release in France. They haven't announced a release in the states which I don't understand since Cowboy Bebop is EXTREMELY popular here.
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