Animator Marv Newland is the only person I know who doesn’t have a website or an email address. I don’t know if he even reads the internet.
Yesterday I received a small package from him, it was a DVD with a letter telling about his new compilation DVD. He wrote:
Enclosed is your copy of the freshly released BEST OF INTERNATIONAL ROCKETSHIP dvd. No voting. No warnings. No Extras.
There was a limited number produced as the potential audience may also be limited, numerically and in other departments not fit to remark about in this missive.
The dvd is for sale at $20. (U.S. or Candian dollars) shipping included. Send check to: International Rocketship, 278-1857 West 4th Ave. Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1M4 Canada. DVDs shipped via the miracle of the postal system.
Hope you are keeping well and remember your name when wake up each and every morning.
As the limited potential audience for this disc is mainly composed of the readers of this blog, I think Marv was fishing for a plug. I’m only too happy to comply.
I’m not sure if the International Rocketship shorts have been compiled before, but I didn’t have them – so I’m grateful to have them now. Anijam, Lupo The Butcher, Black Hula, Sing Beast Sing, Pink Komkommer, Bambi Meets Godzilla and more – all remastered from original 35mm camera negatives. Wonderful stuff. For twenty bucks – it’s a steal!
So send Marv $20. and tell him I sent you. He’ll probably include you a hand-written note to thank you.