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More MGM Catalog Titles Heading to Blu-ray

Posted February 10, 2011 09:17 AM by Josh Dreuth

MGMAccording to a report from Bill Hunt of TheDigitalBits.com, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment in conjunction with MGM Home Entertainment will release All Dogs Go to Heaven, All Dogs Go to Heaven 2, Picture This, The Secret of NIMH, Material Girls, Teen Wolf and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde for Blu-ray on March 29th. Additionally, they will release the Norman Jewison musical Fiddler on the Roof for Blu-ray a week later on April 5th.

No technical specs or special features have been announced at this time.


Source: The Digital Bits | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

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TheManInBlu
  Feb 10, 2011
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Yay for Teen Wolf

MJW
  Feb 10, 2011
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Good to see another Don Bluth film coming to Blu-ray (in addition to Anastasia on 3/22). Here's hoping they give it a proper restoration!

dirtylemons
  Feb 10, 2011
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Great news. 'Fiddler On The Roof' is one of my most anticipated titles.

Grifter02
  Feb 10, 2011
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Wow, there's usually at least one movie I'm interested in in these waves of catalog, but none this time Oh well, I'm sure some people will be happy about a few of these.

TheZoof
  Feb 10, 2011
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Teen Wolf for me...
August M.
  Feb 10, 2011
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Secret of NIMH for sure, one of the Best Animated Films ever made, seriously. Every single fan of animation should watch that movie ASAP.
ibeetle
  Feb 10, 2011
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@MJW

You mean films (plural) as both All Dogs Go to Heaven and The Secret of NIMH are Don Bluth films.

Hopefully, these will do well, and inspire Universal to release An American Tail and The Land Before Time on Blu-ray Disc.

By the way if any Don Bluth fans are gamers too the game Dragon's Lair has been republished on Blu-ray.

Brad1963
  Feb 10, 2011
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MGM is doing great for a studio in financial woes. Hello...Paramount?

SpaceDog
  Feb 10, 2011
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I never picked up Nimh on DVD as it was always fullscreen. Look forward to seeing it in OAR on blu-ray.
insomniac013
  Feb 10, 2011
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When is The Terminator coming out?

cathexist
  Feb 10, 2011
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Secret of NIMH and maybe Teen Wolf

...now where are the Bond films :P hopefully Sony handles that one.
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nolfoc
  Feb 10, 2011
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wow all dogs go to heaven, theirs a movie i havent seen in forever! happy they are not making it a double feature

goodluckchuck
  Feb 10, 2011
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Why release Legally Blonde 2 when it is the worst! I probably would think about the first one, but that second one with it's gay theme was shameful.

Robert Siegel
  Feb 10, 2011
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To MGM to MGM LeChiam! Fiddler on the Roof is going to be incredible! As for the other titles, a bit of a confusing mix there, United Artists has some great films that I think would sell better. The question is, with the news that Sony will be releasing MGM titles, will this higher output of BD titles continue there?

Bowers0813
  Feb 10, 2011
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Hell yes Can't wait to pick up Teen wolf and it's all by itself not with the terrible sequel.

MJW
  Feb 10, 2011
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@ibeetle Thanks! I forget to mention All Dogs Go to Heaven as well :/

tama
  Feb 10, 2011
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All dogs go to heaven is day one for me

scaramunga
  Feb 10, 2011
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cool. Looking forward to MGM working with Sony and getting the rest of the James Bond films out.

ThePandaTrain
  Feb 10, 2011
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I aggreed with u, scaramunga.

Arkadin
  Feb 10, 2011
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only one missing is "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
that one is listed on amazon.ca
hope it comes out as well.

doctorD
  Feb 10, 2011
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I'm hoping for a Digibook for Fiddler on the Roof
anomaly7
  Feb 10, 2011
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There was an All dogs go to heaven 2? And its getting released before The Land Before Time? I wonder if there was a noticable drop in quality like with the land before time sequels.

fdm
  Feb 10, 2011
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Have been meaning to see Fiddler On The Roof for a long long time.... The rest not sure I could care less about.

Hmm, Terminator restoration. Like the Predator restoration, or like a good one?

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Mignolafan9204
  Feb 10, 2011
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Secret of Nimh FTW!

Also, where's the original Legally Blonde? Who gives a crap about the sequel?
Titanicfave
  Feb 10, 2011
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YES!! All dogs go to heaven and All dogs go to heaven 2 are such classics and will looks totally awesome in HD!!

mikeur86
  Feb 10, 2011
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Man Teen Wolf and all dogs go to heaven! This is really turning out to be a good year.

Matt.English
  Feb 10, 2011
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I'm in for Teen Wolf... and possibly Secret of Nimh.

jwoodwar
  Feb 10, 2011
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Yay Fiddler on the roof!!!!

Vitto
  Feb 10, 2011
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What no Teen Wolf Too? It's a showcase of the finest acting ever by Mr. Jason Bateman. But All dogs Go To Heaven and its sequel and Secret of Nimh is a good sign that more Don Bluth films are likely to come such as the American Tail films and ultimately the first Land Before Time. This is the most nostalgic year in Blu-Ray so far.

Xtrem3
  Feb 10, 2011
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platoon,terminator big upgrade in PQ please and rest of the bond films,rest i do not care about.

martymagicman
  Feb 10, 2011
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Secret of MIMH!! Backgrounds are Fabulous!
MGM How about When Harry Met Sally??

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Wdm81
  Feb 10, 2011
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Where the F is the remaining Bonds?

kandraks
  Feb 10, 2011
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@ibeetle An American Tail (all three) is what I'd like to see on Blu ;-)

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gazza1975
  Feb 10, 2011
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Anyone else here waiting for "Blown Away "? One of of my favourite action movies which would sound amazing on blu-ray !!

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dancinde
  Feb 10, 2011
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I'll pick up Material Girls and Legally Blonde 2. Even though I don't understand why the first isn't being released! I'll probably pick up others down the road. For some reason, I don't remember liking All Dogs that much as a child but maybe I'll give them a shot!
iontyre
  Feb 10, 2011
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Fiddler on the Roof!!! Oh my gosh, that deserved its own headline for crying out loud!! How could you lump that in with goofy fair like Legally Blonde 2?

yspkrk
  Feb 10, 2011
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Sunrise, Sunset... Wow, "Fiddler on the Roof" is a must buy for me!!! Can't wait...

Zarneverfike
  Feb 10, 2011
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Its kind of funny how every MGM release post has 10 comments demanding "THE REST OF THE BOND MOVIES RIGHT NOW!" Not that I don't agree with the sentiment, but funny still.

Minimejer05
  Feb 10, 2011
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None of me.

ShellOilJunior
  Feb 10, 2011
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Sunrise/Sunset would be sublime. Make it happen, MGM! (or at least hand it off to Criterion).


This wave isn't what I'm looking for but at least there's some movement with more to come I'm sure.

halimali
  Feb 10, 2011
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great. more and more movies to come on blu. I want both Legally Blondes. Perhaps it is a good idea for both to be released in one packaging

aviosis
  Feb 10, 2011
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BOND?!?!

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tridon
  Feb 10, 2011
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In for Teen Wolf and All Dogs Go to Heaven. I have to also say, though... where the hell is Bond? I wanna complete my Brosnan collection on Blu!

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nathanp
  Feb 10, 2011
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Probably get Teen Wolf, pass on the rest of those.

in2video2
  Feb 10, 2011
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Looking forward to Fiddler on the roof - Day One purchase.
Runfellow
  Feb 10, 2011
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Some of the folks on here praising Nimh and ADGTH 1&2 would probably do well to rent the DVDs before you spend your cash on the blu-rays. I doubt it'll live up to how great you thought it was when you were 7.

CF FilmFan
  Feb 10, 2011
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Fiddler, Day One!!

Russell_L
  Feb 10, 2011
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Fiddler on the Roof! YES!!!!

deadhatetheliving
  Feb 10, 2011
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Getting both All Dogs go to Heaven, Secret of NIMH, and Teen Wolf

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DrrnHarr
  Feb 10, 2011
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"The Secret of NIMH" for me. I remember reading the book on which the movie is based "Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH" as a child so the animated movie has always had a certain nostalgia value for me.

chiltonj
  Feb 10, 2011
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Needing Quantum deffinitely. Also, if they are remastering Terminator, I would hope they wouldn't take Fox's approach and scrub it like they did Predator. That looked awful.

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fettastic
  Feb 10, 2011
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Secret of N.I.M.H and Teen Wolf.

@chiltonj, my third grade teacher read us that book so when they made the movie I was very excited and it was fantastic.

Ask ANYONE in animation and they will all tell you The Secret of N.I.M.H. was a return to form for animation. It shook Disney from their complacency and got them back on track after The Black Cauldron.

Also Don Bluth was my father's college roommate at UCLA so his films have extra resonance with me. Bring on Land Before Time and Titan A. E.!

BluAtreyu
  Feb 10, 2011
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Legally Blonde came out in 2001 - if they are releasing the far less popular and much loathed sequel, it can only mean they are planning a "10 Year Anniversay" edition of the first movie at some point this year. Though, it would have made more sense to release them simultaneously - I can't imagine the sequel will get much sales excitement on it's own.

Oh, and Teen Wolf + All Dogs 1 for me, though I do wish they would stick Teen Wolf Too with Teen Wolf like they did on DVD. Much like their release of Poltergeist 2 alone earlier this month (when the DVD featured both 2 and 3), it probably means we won't be seeing Teen Wolf Too (or Poltergeist 3) on Blu any time soon. I hope I'm wrong.

I might grab Fiddler when the price goes down. Love the movie, but don't see myself watching it all that often.

JHas
  Feb 10, 2011
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Teenwolf! An American classic, I am so pumped for this one. Still waiting for them to do a "reboot" and have Justin Bieber as the new teenwolf...(joking about the reboot btw.)
reidw
  Feb 10, 2011
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Regarding Paramount: They want BD to fail. That's why they put out few BDs and choose the mostly their B and even C grade titles with maybe one or two A category films a year just to look good.

Agree that Fiddler On The Roof deserves its own headline. My concern is that this film was "soft" and dark when I saw it in theatres. On BD if it's not mastered properly that softness could translate into a mushy lackluster image. Hopefully this won't be the case but I'd wait until a few reviews are in before ordering this one.

alphadec
  Feb 10, 2011
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I never understand me on MGM. The could release a series that everyone is waiting for, but no.
So what are these bozos releasing!!!! yes "fidler on the roof!"............................................. my god.
No wounder this company almost did get out of business.

What other studio is releasing half of a series and they stop. And now they are giving the franchises distribution to another studio where we most likely must buy the entire series AGAIN!, who do MGM think they are anyway. ?
kippertron
  Feb 10, 2011
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Fiddler on the Roof I can understand from an old film/prestige picture but where the hell is Get Shorty?

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Brownd
  Feb 10, 2011
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Would love to see Weird Al's "UHF" on BD. Really has potential for it...
WileyWyler
  Feb 10, 2011
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Do we REALLY need a film as bad as secret of nimh on blu-ray? It's incomprehensible, ugly, and juvenile. Fine for bland, mindless kiddie fodder, but hardly worth blu-ray....and there's simply no wonder it flopped.

It's only saving grace is it's a notch better than all dogs go to heaven--even if it pales to the insane brilliance of Rock-a-Doodle.

tru blu
  Feb 10, 2011
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The Secret Of Nimh and Teen Wolf for me.

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Kristian Idol
  Feb 10, 2011
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Yeah, Teen Wolf is a guilty pleasure I didn't expect for several years. The transformation scene in the bathroom with his father knocking on the door is classic Michael J. Fox ("Don't come in, I'm doing something." "You can tell me, son, I'll understand." "Uh, no Dad, not this time..."). Worth the upgrade, esp. without the awful, unfunny sequel.

Jhouston
  Feb 10, 2011
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Alright! GREAT LIST!!

Not!

metriclove
  Feb 10, 2011
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Secret of NIMH and Fiddler on the Roof for me

ONE_DAY_AS_A_LION
  Feb 10, 2011
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I love Secret of NIMH & All Dogs Go To Heaven (only the original) - I can't wait for An American Tail and The Land Before Time!! Bring on the Bluth movies!!!
tomrule123
  Feb 10, 2011
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NIMH and All Dogs go to Heaven? How can a Don Bluth fan resist?

BluPix
  Feb 10, 2011
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Fiddler on the Roof sounds interesting and I'm curious about Secret of NIMH, since there are so many positive comments about it.

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Wdm81
  Feb 10, 2011
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What about "Teen Wolf Too"? Or as it's called in the rest of the world "Teen Wolf Also"

Byte19
  Feb 10, 2011
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@Gaza1975: I STILL have my DVD of it.. waiting ever so patiently for Blu... but maybe they have to clear rights for all that music?

Iron Eagle 74
  Feb 10, 2011
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I'll second the wish for "Blown Away."

RIKANA
  Feb 11, 2011
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YES:3 this is a great day ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN 1&2:3


Fist day


RI

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Blu Titan
  Feb 11, 2011
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Teen Wolf...my son is going to love it.

JimDiGriz
  Feb 11, 2011
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This announcement is just staggeringly good...

Wow, better start saving some money to buy all these!

Im joking of course. Couldnt they find some better films to release on blu?!! Im sure all the titles above will sell in their thousands...

StoogeFan1118
  Feb 11, 2011
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Will Be Picking up Secret Of Nimh and both All Dogs films(although part 2 will be a blind buy) and Teen Wolf. MIght get Legally Blonde 2 since i like Reese Witherspoon but overall I dont remember that movie much.

benzgrl
  Feb 11, 2011
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Where's Legally Blonde 1???

fuwa
  Feb 11, 2011
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Need to release the rest of the Bonds.

Pirate King
  Feb 11, 2011
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Great news about "Fiddler on the Roof". A truly outstanding film !! Yeah!

ykiki
  Feb 11, 2011
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Still waiting for Grand Prix!

xSCARFACEx
  Feb 11, 2011
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All Dogs Go to Heaven, All Dogs Go to Heaven 2, Picture This, The Secret of NIMH, Material Girls, Teen Wolf and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde and Fiddler on the Roof.

Sill no Bond movies come on all those movies suck compared to the Bond movies. No offense if you love those movies.
fkbrun
  Feb 11, 2011
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Fiddler on the roof, no doubt about getting it.
I wish it means West Side Story might be on the way as well, since this will be its 50th anniversary...
Mann9
  Feb 12, 2011
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what about Grand Prix...need those 70MM titles to show off the ol' system

indiephantom
  Feb 13, 2011
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Somebody here just called Teen Wolf an American classic. I will need lots of coffee to get through the rest of these postings.

Vitto
  Feb 13, 2011
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What will become of the penis flash in the very last scene of Teen Wolf? That's the big question here.

swansong
  Feb 13, 2011
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Still waiting for West Side Story on blu!
progressiff
  Feb 14, 2011
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When I read MGM CATALOG TITLES I want also to read BOND!!!
But Secret of Nimh is a great animation movie.

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DonRSD
  Feb 14, 2011
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TEEN WOLF!!!

Strannix136
  Feb 14, 2011
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Where is Michael Mann's THIEF?


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