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One of the most beloved fantasy films of all-time, The Last Unicorn has enraptured generations of fans with its poetic tale of a brave unicorn’s journey through a mystic land seeking others of her kind. On June 9, 2015, rediscover this classic tale with Shout! Factory’s release of The Last Unicorn: The Enchanted Edition on Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack and standalone DVD.
Showcasing the latest hi-definition restoration of the uncut film, endorsed by Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn: The Enchanted Edition is brought to life with exquisite detail never before seen, to ensure the most satisfying film viewing experience for all fans, old and young alike.
Based on the worldwide bestselling novel by Hugo-Award winning author Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn boasts an all-star vocal cast, featuring the talents of Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges (The Big Lebowski), Academy Award winner Alan Arkin (Little Miss Sunshine), Mia Farrow (The Purple Rose of Cairo), Angela Lansbury (Nanny McPhee) and Rene Auberjonois (The Little Mermaid), as well as unforgettable original music by Jimmy Webb, performed by the band America, and animation by the Japanese artists who later became the core of Hayao Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli (My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away).
Whether revisiting a childhood favorite or discovering this heartwarming story for the first time, The Last Unicorn: The Enchanted Edition is a timeless tale of love, regret, and the power of friendship that is perfect for fans of all ages. This movie will be available at major retailers nationwide and online at Amazon as well!
Upon hearing that she may be the very last of her kind on Earth, a Unicorn (Mia Farrow) goes in search of others like her. Her quest won’t be easy, as it leads her straight to the evil King Haggard (Christopher Lee) and his infamous Red Bull! And the journey is made even more complicated when, to protect her from the envious wrath of Haggard, a spell is cast to turn the Unicorn into the Lady Amalthea, a young, beautiful, human woman. But with this new body comes new thoughts and feelings, such as love for Haggard’s son, Prince Lir (Jeff Bridges). Will the Unicorn get lost inside this new body? Will she meet the fate of the other Unicorns? Or will she be able to defeat Haggard and his Red Bull with the aid of her friends, Schmendrick the bumbling magician (Alan Arkin) and Molly Grue (Tammy Grimes)?
- Audio commentary with Peter S. Beagle, Michael Chase Walker, Connor Cochran, Terri Kempton and Travis Ashmore
- True Magic: The Story Of The Last Unicorn featurette
- “Highlights from The Last Unicorn Worldwide Screening Tour with Peter S. Beagle”
- Animated storyboards
- Original theatrical trailer
This movie is truly a classic animated film for all ages. I was 6 years old when this movie came out and I remember being fascinated with The Last Unicorn. My parents still even have it recorded to VHS from when it appeared on TV years later for a family movie night. This film is rated G and is 93 minutes long. Bear in mind that this film is 33 years old and movie ratings were a lot more relaxed back then so just to warn you - this movie does say the word 'damn' a couple times. I never paid attention to it as a child but it wasn't until I borrowed that ancient VHS of my parents to show my daughter years ago that I heard the word (Your kids will most likely not catch it). I am thrilled that I was able to watch this again with my daughter, nieces and nephews in this newly restored, hi-definition movie.
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