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There's some movies I've gone back to watch from when I was a child, but never got to see them or haven't seen them in ages. I'd like to discuss any movies as such that other might or might not remember. Please do not link to actual videos unless it's an official, non infringing source. Since most of us like Anthro/Furry stuff I'll start with one I remember dearly. Peter No Tail. Peter No Tail was one that my parents rented at the local video store along with a handful of other ones; that would be in about 1985ish, (when we got our first VCR). It was the "kid's movie" that we were to watch when we get home and then had more adult ones that they'd watch later. We'd also get to watch the PG-13 and such, but no R rated at that point. Anyway, I digress. Being that it was a wholly Swedish film the artwork was something quite different, very much the same feeling you get when seeing animé for the first time, but there was something great about the animation; and at least it was English dubbed. The movie revolved around a Manx cat both normal, and anthro (when no humans were around). The story revolved around this societal norm amongst the anthro cats that the length of your tail was a matter of pride and would give you station in the society. As you could probably tell, in a society as such a Manx would be low cat on the totem pole. From that basis of the story the main character perseveres against many bullying cats to become accepted. One of the interesting parts about this show was it was the first time I saw urination being depicted in an animated film, must be the European sensibilities; at least it didn't get censored and nothing explicit was shown of course. One other curiosity was how the feral dog's bark was depicted, it sounded more like a buzz saw than a bark; I notch this one up to artistic direction. Anyway, does anyone remember this show or have another one to share? Please post!
So I've been meaning to make this topic for quite awhile about a series with quite an interesting history on how it was put together, originally different toylines from Takara that were brought over with one unified continuity by Marvel writers such as Jim Shooter to bring you the Robots in Disguise. When I was young I was brought into the series by the show and toys of Beast Wars myself, but I know there are others on here that got to the series early or later on so I figured having a topic for it would be interesting. What do you like and don't like about the many takes on this series and so forth. That said the video in this series of videos called Transformers The Basics showed a very interesting thing about these Robots, mainly that they are indeed alive with they're own biology. So with that said if anyone would like to comment about the Transformers and such on why you like and don't like the series feel free to and enjoy.