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Required watching

Watched Watership Down for the first time since before I became a furry. I had been fairly small at the time and I had totally forgotten most of how things turn out.
Won't write too much on it since well, as a rabbit myself now it was very an experience being able to 'watch it for the first time' again. Suffice to say that its something that will now stay with me. :)

Also, I don't know if it even exists but if anyone has the musical score for the film, I'd love to hear it, some of orchestral themes for the opening and such were wonderful.

And, since I don't want loganberrybunny to chew my ears off, I'll wish you all Frithaes till my next post. ^^

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fareme
Jan. 20th, 2008 04:16 pm (UTC)
You should read the book, it's even better! :}
loganberrybunny
Jan. 20th, 2008 06:07 pm (UTC)
Not sure why the existence or not of a "Frithaes" would make any difference to ear-chewing duties. The Owsla can be very strict on that sort of thing, you know. =;P

I don't know if it even exists

There is a soundtrack album. The LP is fairly easy to get hold of with a little searching on eBay - for example, here's a current listing from the US. It does turn up on eBay UK occasionally, and of course the postage is less - I think my soundtrack LP cost me about £12-15 all-in.

There is also a soundtrack CD, which (I think) has identical content to the LP, but that's much rarer because the company that released it (PEG) went bust at about the same time and therefore not many copies were pressed. The CDs tend to turn up on eBay US, but $100 is not at all an uncommon price. I don't own the CD, sadly.
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