The Return of Captain Invincible

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The Return of Captain Invincible will be released on March 25, 2003 on DVD.

You can order now from CDNOW $11.21.

I will have to check out some English sites to see if they can get it for me.

I love that one, its a must for Mr. Lee fans.

This is what I have been waiting for the DVD.Laughing out loud :D

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it's not on released in the uk :mad:

it's not fair :furious:

I want it, I want it now :crying:

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I am deeply upset for you star! And I am also deeply upset for the fans and now.............I am deeply upset for me! :mad: :shakehead



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whaaaaaaaaa :crying:

Well atleast I released some stress!



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Will this be sold in America? If so, I'll finally get the chance to hear Mr. Lee sing! I'm really looking forward to that!

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I didn't really care of it when first saw it but it was better than i thought it was gonna be. it's a little cheesy there's a funny song called bullshit in it i believe. and C.Lee's singing is great i'm glad that he's been able to use his voice in films since he's been unable to be an opera singer or whatever it's called he orignally wanted to be.



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Not sure what all the excitement is about since The Return of Captain Invincible has been available as a Region 1 (North America) DVD since December of 2001. I debate about picking it up every time I see it in my local A&B Sound, but have yet to do so. While the musical numbers featuring Mr. Lee are of obvious interest, I've never been impressed by the film as a whole. As a musical...well...its no Rocky Horror and as a satire on superheroes it misses the mark entirely.

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thank you for saying so i'm glad i'm not the only one who thinks so. but u are right it has been out for quite a while. i remember reading about it when i first joined this site almost 2yrs ago. i've actually never saw it in any store least out here. our stores when it comes to Vincent Price. Roger Corman movies, and especially The Great Christopher Lee SUCK. i'm always looking for their dvd's an was surprised to find To The devil-A daughter about a month or so ago i snatched that one right away.Laughing out loud

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I don't go out to much so I do buy a lot over the intenet.
I also have a few books shops and DVD/CD stores that I deal with who will get things for me, but until I see them as in the stores I can't order them, well some times I can ask them to be on the look out for anything to do with Mr. Lee, and if they have the time or remenber they will call me.
And some times I just give them a list and they tick them off when I get them.

The Return of Captain Invincible I like a lot, ok your right the story not much, but to see Mr. Lee sing and dance makes up for all of that.
Its just so nice to see Mr. Lee do some thnig he enjoyed doing, you only have to look at his face to see that he is really loving it.

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Star, I have the film on VHS...can you play NTSC VHS? If and when I get it on DVD, I'll happily send you my tape, if you like.

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Thanks Dave but I have it on tape, I just wanted it on DVD, its a very old tape, so I was looking forward to the DVD.

I wear them out keep playing them, they last longer on DVD Laughing out loud :D

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plus it's prob letterboxed and since it's shot in 2:35 or panavision as it's called or what you will know it as widscreen. the dvd is i mean. i got dizzy watching it on vhs. my brother is a HUGE rocky horror fan. and he has it taped somewhere an it's actually a good copy. that's how i saw it since the men who wrote that also did rocky horror. well the music they did i mean. and what i mean by being dizzy is it was NOT LETTERBOXED! just the credits were.



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I bought this one in a DVD format last year.It was released by Elite,if I remember right...In dvdboxoffice.com they are selling it still...

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Thanks Anne, but I when there, and there is no mention of it now.

Never mind I will get it.

Never give up, never surrender( Galaxy quest)

I think I might use that one!

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