Watership Down


I need to know where I can find the movie watership Down.... 1978 I think it was released.... Help... I need to know...



>>By Movie_Freak   (Wednesday, 22 Jan 2003 04:29)

you can actually go to ebay and they would have it there.

>>By debbie   (Saturday, 1 Feb 2003 01:59)

barnes and noble

>>By watership rocks   (Tuesday, 11 Feb 2003 18:59)

This is the best movie :)

>>By Amanda...   (Sunday, 23 Feb 2003 11:12)

I'd have to say, even though this movie is a little old, it has to be my favorite movie...enchanting

>>By Watership down Lover   (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 00:12)

What a memory,

I will never forget the beautifully haunting song "Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkle for the soundtrack from this film...
Unfortunately I don't remember much of the movie, but I do remember "The Goodies" making fun of it at the time it was released though...

>>By Chicaboo   (Saturday, 22 Mar 2003 14:04)

can anybody confirm the year in which Watership Down was released as a movie

>>By ed   (Friday, 4 Apr 2003 08:13)

A movie falling nothing short of Amazing. the only thing sad is how hard it's getting to find... I own it but some people can never find it.... video stores dump out all their old movies.

I've taken the liberty here of recording the movie from the VHS tape... have a look for it on Kazaa www.kazaa.com.
It's on a machine which I run as a network server and it's always online.
I'd recommend trying to find it on video first but if you can't, get it from me

>>By UnseenFox   (Thursday, 10 Apr 2003 06:08)

Watership Down is an excellent movie and book. If there really is a Watership Down TV series, what channel is it on, and what time? I'd like to watch it. And are there any other Watership Down books or movies coming?

>>By kris   (Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 19:17)

there is a book called "Stories From Watership Down" which is the sequell to the first book, i got the original movie on dvd for my birthday.

>>By A.T.   (Monday, 19 May 2003 03:31)

Best film EVER! Watched it since I was three (I know they say its not for young children but i liked it!) Im almost 16 now and still watch it regualy. I collect ANYTHING to do with the film or book (i have 4 versions of the book, simply because they have diffrent covers and two copies of the film, each with a diffrent cover!) This year for my DT project I am designing a video box and poster for Watership Down, which should be fun!
I recomend it to anyone and evryone!

>>By LiquidBlackavar   (Thursday, 22 May 2003 20:37)

Hey, didja know they have WD roleplays nowadays? Roleplays as in making a character to play and typing out his.her action and dialog in a chat room/forum/other, basically like writing an interactive book. They're becoming more and more popuplar by the day, I plan on making one soon.

My absolute favorite character was Blackavar form the movie, though I liked them all. Keehar's right after him.

>>By Loop   (Wednesday, 11 Jun 2003 04:41)

I really love this movie. Everything about it is great. One of my favorite parts is when Hazel prays to Frith that Frith take Hazel's life for the safety of his people. Frith says, "THERE IS NO BARGAIN, HAZEL...MANY A TIME HAS AN OWSLA OFFERED HIS LIFE FOR HIS CAPTAIN...OR A MOTHER FOR HER KITTENS. WHAT IS...IS WHAT MUST BE."

I hope I got the words right above. It's such a powerful moment.

>>By therexhasit   (Sunday, 27 Jul 2003 02:08)

good movie... the book was better...
the grave of the fireflies was much better

>>By bagelboy13   (Sunday, 11 Apr 2004 19:26)

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