The Iron Giant [Special Edition] DVD £5.97 del.
The Iron Giant [Special Edition] DVD £5.97 del.

The Iron Giant [Special Edition] DVD £5.97 del.

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An enormous robot has come from the deepest space, crash-landed on Earth, and followed eleven-year-old Hogarth Hughes home.

Now, young Hogarth has one big friend and an even bigger problem: How do you keep a secret that's 50 feet tall? Especially when a paranoid government agent is on the "alien invader's" trail, bringing with him the full might of the U.S. military to destroy the giant. It all adds up to a rousing adventure that's part metal, part magic... and all heart.

This is a brilliant DVD for all the children with the voices of Vin Diesel, Jennifer Aniston & Harry Connick with lots of special features. Highly Recommended it.


This is a brilliant DVD for all the children

Rubbish!!! This is a brilliant DVD for adults too! I love it, although £5.97 seems a bit steep to me - presumably the special edition has a lot more bits on the discs?
Only £5.24 at SelectCheaper, although I've never heard of them so not sure about service:
Or the non special edition version is only £4.88

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* Audio commentary from director Brad Bird and members of the crew
* Additional scenes with introductions from Brad Bird including an alternative opening sequence
* 13 branching featurettes revealing the origin and the in-depth development process of 'The Iron Giant'
* Interviews with the creative consultant Teddy Newton on the storyboard sequence development process
* 'The Voice Of The Giant': Brad Bird and Vin Diesel discuss voicing the Iron Giant

I (& the family) love this DVD & had been looking for a replacement copy at all the well known suppliers. This was the cheapest I found. Vin Diesel is soooo cool !:w00t:

Brilliant film, Brad Bird is the same guy that done The Incredibles.

Excellent, often overlooked animated movie. On a par with Toy story ,Finding Nemo for a great story.

Remember buying this on an imported VCD back when it first came out, good film
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