“Quest For Camelot” contains educational material

Warner Home Video are readying “Quest For Camelot”, their successful animated movie, for release on DVD on October 20. Just in time for the holidays, the “Quest For Camelot” DVD showcases exclusive never-before-seen footage and inspires children to learn more about the magical world of animation, while extending their wondrous journey to Camelot.

The disc contains a number of educational mini-documentaries, accessible through the “Forbidden Forest” menu.

· “How It’s Done” — A close-up look at the intricate animation process with Don Rickles, Eric Idle and the head animators,
   includes pencil sketches and animation-in-progress

· “The Voices” — Interviews with the voice talents that brought the film’s colorful array of characters to life, including Pierce
   Brosnan, Jane Seymour, Cary Elwes, Gary Oldman, Don Rickles, Eric Idle and Bronson Pinchot

· “If I Didn’t Have You” — An animation work-in-project which shows this adorable song in all development stages, from pencil
   sketches to the final fun-loving version

· “Computer Animation Tests” — In-depth view of the computer animation process

· “I Stand Alone” — The Steve Perry music video in its entirety

Via animated menu pages, the viewer is guided through an entertaining and educational experience that will appeal to children and adults time and again. In addition to those features, the DVD also offers a music-only track, allowing consumers the option of listening to the complete film soundtrack in Dolby Digital 5.1 channel surround.

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