The VHS tape ?! Gosh! Wow! KOR I was the only one to watch KOR with an antic device
But you know: I have one only KOR VHS title that I want to watch one day: it's the first version of the first movie of KOR released in France in 1996 (I Want to return to That Day), with an extraordinary casting for dubbing that we have lost in the second version released in the french DVD version. I have never forgotten the beauty of the dubbing of Madoka in that version. I have my VHS reeader yet, but I have used it for a very long time. I should try one day.
I translate you into French (from English to French by Google (sorry for the quality of French):
"The VHS tape ?! Gosh! Hou la la! And to say that with my American KOR laser disk game, I was the only one to watch KOR with an antique deviceBut you know: I have only one title to watch one day at KOR VHS: this is the first version of the first KOR film released in France in 1996 (I Wanna Return to That Day), with an extraordinary cast for dubbing . that we lost in the second version published in the French DVD version. I have never forgotten the beauty of Madoka's dubbing in this version. I still have my VHS player, but I have not used it for a long time, I wonder if it works again. I should try one day. "
That's very interesting. For that reason, there's a nostalgic value in the French VHS versus the DVD release. I hope you can watch that rare version again someday.
I believe the KOR movies were also dubbed in English, but in my time I've only seen the Japanese versions with English subtitles.