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About TheTexasKid

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  1. If one has read the book "Beau Geste" by P.C. Wren, or the first book in the series, as there was a whole series of books, this is certainly the most faithful adaptation. Certainly, more faithful than the 1966 version. Though, that one was alot of fun to watch. As a bit of trivia, Charlton Heston was offered the part of Dagineau in the 1966 version, but turned it down. Something which he never seems to have regreted after seeing the film.
  2. Actually, I like both Bakshi and Disney. The difference between them is that Bakshi is somettimes underrated, while Disney is seldom if ever been underrated. Of course, comments like that by Bakshi do little for his reputation.
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