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Originally produced in 3-D. The first ever animated feature made in 3-D.
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Much of this movie was animated with a 1.85:1 frame in mind, but the two-perf single-strip 3-D projection system required a 2.35:1 ratio. As a result, many shots appear framed unusually tight, and in some cases characters' heads are partially cut off.
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In 2012, it was announced that Rilean Pictures acquired the rights to develop this movie into a live-action movie to be produced by Rilean Pictures' partners Jonathan and Juan Iglesias.
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This movie takes place in the year 2985 - 1,000 years into the future.
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Zygon's robot guards resembles the Cylon Centurions from the television series Battlestar Galactica (1978). The Cylons are also robots.
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Composer Andrew Belling also composed the soundtrack of another animated sci-fi fantasy movie - Wizards (1977).
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As of 2017, this movie has not been released on DVD in Australia and in New Zealand.
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Anthony De Longis (The voice of Zygon) would later appear in Masters of the Universe (1987), as Blade, henchman of the main antagonist Skeletor. Zygon is the main antagonist of this movie.
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In Scientology, a "Kha-Khan" is a high-honored member of the Church, roughly the equivalent of a saint in Catholicism.
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The movie borrows a great deal of elements from the "Star Wars" movies.
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