Sorcerers (partially found unfinished Albert Pyun animated film; late 1990s)

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Sorcerers was an unfinished animated fantasy film from highly productive direct to video filmmaker Albert Pyun. The film began production in December of 1997 and was set for release in 1998[1]. 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. On the obscurecultmovies YouTube profile, there are only three clips from the movie, even though they make reference to six being released.

Though Albert's productivity has slowed down since the decline in the DTV market and him having been diagnosed with MS, it hasn't stopped him from releasing director's cuts of his work. Along with such films as Cyborg, Captain America and Mean Guns, he announced his intention of finishing and releasing Sorcerers.

Currently there are only three clips from the film available to the public: The opening title sequence, the first episode and the second episode.

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