Fascinating, anything else?1987: Don Bluth and Cinematronics release The Sea Beast and Barnacle Bill, a video game similar in style to Dragon's Lair and Space Ace. The game receives widespread acclaim and puts their plans for a series of games in that style back on track. Wishing to refocus on movies and television, especially his upcoming film The Land Before Time, Bluth delegates the next two games, Devil's Island and Jason and the Golden Fleece, to Gary Goldman.
1987: An animatronic at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza bites... oops, wrong thread.
- Andy Warhol makes a full recovery from gallbladder surgery and returns to work.
- Universal buys the film rights to The Jetsons and begins talks with Hanna-Barbera about an animated feature film.
- French singer and actress Dalida attempts suicide by overdosing on barbiturates, but fails and is hospitalized.
- Rebecca Parham is born in San Antonio, Texas.
Well, that’s a lot.1987: Hugh Laurie expresses interest in playing Sir Harry Paget Flashman for TriStar's adaptation, and George Harrison hints in an interview with Rolling Stone that he is to play the Governor-General of India; Terry Gilliam is set to direct.
Legend of the Warp Zone? It's kinda like this.: https://nintendosnewgroove.miraheze.org/wiki/Super_Mario_Bros._2:_The_Legend_of_the_Warp_ZoneWhat exactly IS "Legend of the Warp Zone"? You didn't go into much detail on it.
Sounds interesting.As for my contribution:
1987: Sega, choosing to take advantage of their popularity in the European market, makes a deal with Cosgrove-Hall Productions to make an Alex Kidd animated series.
But this time it works the best, especially seeing as the TL doesn't really say who made the movie, beyond Toei and Warner Bros. It's not impossible for Them to work with Sullivan Bluth Studios and have Warner Bros. be the American distributor.Ok, this is one of the many times you showed me this (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
Alright then. Sounds fair.But this time it works the best, especially seeing as the TL doesn't really say who made the movie, beyond Toei and Warner Bros. It's not impossible for Them to work with Sullivan Bluth Studios and have Warner Bros. be the American distributor.