Hah, considering what I said about Jack Frost in the description for the trailer reel for "The Magic Sword: Quest for Camelot", I totally forgot I actually DID still have a VHS copy of this. Oh well! xD
Lets get right to it, this is a pretty big one. CONTENTS!: 1) Warner Home Video (1997 ) 2) Closed Caption info 3) "Mil-Looney-Um 2000" (Double VHS Collection) Promo (Oh my god...oh my GOD, how did I forgot this? This is relevant to two extremely prominant nostalgic interests for me. Looney Tunes...and the "new millenium" Y2K buzz. Holy shit, I'm so going to eBay to see if I can grab a copy of this soon...I'm sure its all just Looney Tunes cartoons with snazzy packaging but...SQUEE IS NOT ENOUGH 8D) 4) Trailer for "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island" (The first two Scooby-Doo straight-to-video movies that started with this one were actually pretty damn decent. Watched "Witch's Ghost" more than "Zombie Island" though, but it always felt special when Cartoon Network used to show this near or on Halloween each year back then. And I'm not even a Scooby-Doo fan!) 5) "The King and I" Trailer (Oh hai horribad animated movie. I am truly, truly sorry for you all to see this for a second time, guys. Once was enough. If this trailer pops up in another video of mine, I'm daring myself to watch this movie for the first time in forever. I put you through this torture, I should put myself in even worst torture for watching the whole thing. ;) ) 6) "The Iron Giant" Trailer (Brad Bird, after Simpsons and before Pixar. Need to watch this again, people LOVE this. I'm sure I will too, now more than ever. Sorry for the stutter by the end too.) 7) Warner Village Cinemas Promo (Also apologies, you can see the Play icon on the top-left side. The stuttering ended up so bad during this promo, I had to pause the recording, rewind and resume it from there, editing out the stuttery remains. Also, I wish I got to go to a Warner Village Cinema. They look awesome. Our's is a Cineworld though. :P ) 8) VSC/BBFC PG classification promo 9) BBFC classification title card for "Jack Frost"
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Mil-Looney-Um 2000 is an event promoting the then upcoming new millennium. In late 1998, Warner...