Legend of Zelda: Unhooked from the Brothers Edition, The

Legend of Zelda: Unhooked from the Brothers Edition, The

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Faneditor Name:
Original Movie Title:
Fanedit Type:
Original Release Date:
1989
Original Running Time:
284
Fanedit Release Date:
Fanedit Running Time:
204
Time Cut:
87
Time Added:
7
Brief Synopsis:
I removed all of the Mario material and credited a new closing credits sequence, so you can watch just the Zelda episodes. I also rearranged some episodes for "continuity" (and I use that term loosely) reasons.
Intention:
"The Legend of Zelda" was released on DVD in a three-disc edition by The Shout Factory!; many fans felt this was excessive for a thirteen-episode series. Even the option to play the episodes without the Mario segments still retained the opening theme song of "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show". I decided to cut these out entirely as well as replace the "Do the Mario" closing credits with new Zelda-specific credits. The result fits on two DVDs as opposed to the original three. While I was at it, I rearranged the order of some episodes to have the overall "story" make more sense.
Other Sources:
Charlamagne Std for the closing credits.

The "Great Bay" (Zelda) theme music from "Super Smash Bros. Melee" on Nintendo Gamecube for the closing theme.
Special Thanks:
That One Guy for cover and disc art
Release Information
NTSC DVD-5
Cuts and Additions:
- In addition to cutting the Mario material, I rearranged some episodes to provide better "continuity" for the story:
- I moved "The White Knight" (which includes a scene with a roaring fire) to before "Cold Spells" (which occurs on the first day of spring).
- I moved "The Moblins are Revolting" and "The Missing Link" (in that order) between "Doppelganger" and "Underworld Connections", so Link's horrific screw-up (which originally was the end of the series) is now immediately followed by the revelation that Zelda loves Link (which now comes much earlier in the series).
- I moved "That Sinking Feeling" to the next-to-last position, since it features a scene where Zelda is horny for Link and throws herself at him (originally, it came way before the love revelation).
- The new final episode, "Fairies in the Spring", features a water park and could thus be considered the end of spring and the beginning of summer.
- Cut all Mario material
- Retyped closing credits with a Zelda-esque font and added Zelda music

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