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==Sources of information<nowiki/>==
 
==Sources of information<nowiki/>==
<nowiki>*</nowiki>[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/buried-treasure/2007-10-25 Justin Sevakis' "Buried Garbage" column on Chinamation]
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* <nowiki>*</nowiki>[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/buried-treasure/2007-10-25 Justin Sevakis' "Buried Garbage" column on Chinamation]
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* <nowiki>*</nowiki>[http://toynewsi.com/index.php?itemid=2673 February 2004 press release for Chinamation]
 
<nowiki>*</nowiki>[http://toynewsi.com/index.php?itemid=2673 February 2004 press release for Chinamation]
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* <nowiki>*</nowiki>[https://www.linkedin.com/pub/pamela-harris/7/358/9b4 Pamela Harris, a woman who worked for Chinamation's marketing][[Category:Lost Animation]]
 
<nowiki>*</nowiki>[https://www.linkedin.com/pub/pamela-harris/7/358/9b4 Pamela Harris, a woman who worked for Chinamation's marketing][[Category:Lost Animation]]
 
 
[[Category:Lost Television]]
 
[[Category:Lost Television]]

Revision as of 02:47, 2 June 2015

Bird Island is a 52-episode sci-fi animated series. The first volume was released on DVD in North America through Playhut Entertainment's "Chinamation" line in June 2004, in an attempt to cash in on the current anime craze.

Despite four episodes (possibly more) being dubbed, the lack of success of the Chinamation line has led to the original DVD becoming far out-of-print, and only the first episode of the English dub surviving on through YouTube.

Bird_Island_-_Episode_1

Bird Island - Episode 1

Sources of information