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Dreamworks brings How To Train Your Dragon home to DVD and Blu-ray
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DreamWorks brings How To Train Your Dragon home to DVD and Blu-ray


Dreamworks brings How To Train Your Dragon home to DVD and Blu-ray

We were in love with How To Train Your Dragon from the moment we first feasted our eyes on it. Our 3D-vision eyes, that is, back in theaters on March 26th, 2010. From that day til now, we have been waiting patiently (and perhaps not-so-patiently) for our chance to bring the story home; to watch and re-watch the battle of Vikings and Dragons over and over again. Finally, today, October 15th, that day has arrived, with the DreamWorks Animation CG film hitting DVD and Blu-ray. Or, for those of you with a dragon-sized appetite; both! Check out the box art and special features for the various take home options

How to Train Your Dragon Blu-ray and DVD
Blu-ray includes:
Legend of the BoneKnapper Dragon: Hiccup and the gang return to search for a mysterious dragon in this all-new adventure
The Animators’ Corner Enhances the Movie-Viewing Experience through Picture-in-Picture Storyboards, Behind-the-Scenes Footage and Insightful Interviews
Uncover More Dragon Fun Facts through Pop-Up Trivia
Three Deleted Scenes are Revealed
Author Cressida Cowell Shares Her Inspiration
Learn to Draw Toothless
Take the Viking Personality Test
Race for the Gold in the Viking Winter Games
Build Your Own 3D Dragons
And More Fiery Fun!

How to Train Your Dragon Double DVD Pack
The Double DVD Pack includes:
Loaded with Viking-Sized Extras
Three Deleted Scenes are Revealed
Author Cressida Cowell Shares Her Inspiration
Learn to Draw Toothless
Take the Viking Personality Test
Race for the Gold in the Viking Winter Games
Build Your Own 3D Dragons
And More Fiery Fun!

Single DVD pack:
Go Behind the Scenes with the Cast and Filmmakers that Brought the Dragons to Life
Filmmakers’ Commentary
Viking-sized Cast
The Technical Artistry of Dragons

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