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News Adult Swim Launches Interactive Video Plyer
posted on 2007-02-23 06:24 EST
Watch Trinity Blood online with cast and crew commentary
Adult Swim is debuting a new Interactive Video Player with an on demand episode of Trinity Blood. In addition to the full episode, the new player features over forty minutes of video commentary from cast and crew including Mike McFarland, Troy Baker, Phil Parsons and Justin Cook, as well as production notes and interviews with Vic Mignogna and Monica Rial.
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