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News Frank Marshall: Ponyo's U.S. DVD to Ship in March (Updated)
posted on 2009-10-19 21:49 EDT
Frank Marshall, the co-producer of the North American dubbing and theatrical release of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli's Ponyo film, reported on his personal Twitter account on Sunday that the DVD "will be out in March."
The film is still playing in American theaters, where it is about to surpass the US$15 million mark. It has grossed US$14,995,891 in American theaters as of this past weekend.
Update: More background information added.
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