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News Magic Tree House BD/DVD Listed with English Subs in Japan
posted on 2012-04-26 12:24 EDT
Japanese retailers are listing English subtitles on Media Factory's Blu-ray Disc and DVD releases of the Magic Tree House anime film. Both the Blu-ray and the DVD will also have a production design collection, a collection of sketches, trailers, a box illustrated by Japanese novel illustrator Ayana Amako, a special booklet, and a Jack & Annie dress-up sticker set.
Since 1992, American author Mary Pope Osborne has been writing the original children's books about Jack and Annie, two siblings who go on adventures throughout time with a mysterious tree house. The anime version opened in Japan in January.
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