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'''''Sorcerers''''' is an unfinished animated fantasy film directed by direct-to-video filmmaker Albert Pyun. The film began production in December of 1997 and was set for release in 1998<ref>http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0141843/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_16</ref>. Pyun's productivity has slowed down, this was due to the decline in the DTV market and also being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.  
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'''''Sorcerers''''' is an unfinished animated fantasy film directed by direct-to-video filmmaker Albert Pyun. The film began production in December of 1997 and was set for release in 1998. Pyun's productivity has slowed down, this was due to the decline in the DTV market and also being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.  
 
Not much is known about the film except that it would have combined live actors with CG backgrounds and characters in a story inspired by ''The Three Musketeers'' by Alexander Dumas.  
 
Not much is known about the film except that it would have combined live actors with CG backgrounds and characters in a story inspired by ''The Three Musketeers'' by Alexander Dumas.  
  
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==Available Footage==
 
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==External Link==
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*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0141843/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_16 The IMDb page for the film.] Retrieved 11 Apr '15
  
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Sorcerersposter.jpg

Film poster from IMDb.

Status: Partially Found

Sorcerers is an unfinished animated fantasy film directed by direct-to-video filmmaker Albert Pyun. The film began production in December of 1997 and was set for release in 1998. Pyun's productivity has slowed down, this was due to the decline in the DTV market and also being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Not much is known about the film except that it would have combined live actors with CG backgrounds and characters in a story inspired by The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas.

According to YouTube user obscurecultmovies, the film would have been made up of 36 "episodes" all of which were shot. Only three episodes have surfaced online, though this YouTube user makes reference to six being released.

Available Footage[edit | edit source]

Prologue/main title sequence.
Episode one: Duncan's Quest.
Episode two: The Incident at Meung.

External Link[edit | edit source]