is nothing less than the second UK biggest collector of Don Bluth
Of course, he's the lucky owner of the 'Don Bluth Arcade Games Trilogy
: "Dragon's Lair,
Dragon's Lair II
(dedicated) " the perfect combo !!!
Part I : getting
: "Jason, Myself and a couple of other UK collectors imported a 40'
container full of arcade games we had bought from an Illinois operator,
Unloading the container
Yes, the complete Bluth Trilogy : Dragon's Lair, Dragon's Lair II &
Space Ace !!! Bonus : a Turbo Out Run ^^
The games sitting in my garage. The
OutRun works but has no sound, The DL2 works. The DL does not work (yet!)
and my pride and joy - the dedi SA is currently undergoing a full and
Part II :
"Dragon's Lair original artwork collection, direct from the Don
Bluth studio in Phoenix, Arizona!
All of this I either had signed personally by
Don Bluth and Gary Goldman while I was there, or like Jason, I had
them send it to me after they had signed it." Namfreak
Giddy Goon from the
attract mode. Original background and cel set-up.
Restored Dragon's Lair and artwork
Room", and the Lizard King... both original background & cel setup
#61/100. Cel and laser copied background Dirk plunges the sword
into Singe. Original background / cel set-up
Falling platform. Original background and "bridge" cel, but no Dirk! I
bought it because the detail and ambience of the background just blew
Room. Original background and cel set-up. Don Bluth studios airbrushed
a replacement "mist" cel for me as the 1983 original was damaged. I am
very grateful to them for this as the mist completes the look of this
Goons death node from the lost footage,
Dragon's Lair poster next
to the cabinet
III : collectibles... and THE cab'
Dragon's Lair poster for Super Nintendo,
poster signed by Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, John Pomeroy and Rick Dyer.
DL merchandise; Action figures, SNES and Gameboy
versions of DL, Fleer sticker cards. +
DL merchandise; Lunchbox and flask signed by Don Bluth and Gary
Goldman, DL flipbooks and DL3D keyring.
That Dragon's lair 3D promotional box was given out to software
retailer representatives at trade shoes. All details
restored Cinematronics Dragon's Lair cabinet, serial No. 1532
Cabinet features side art signed by Don Bluth and
Control panel restored with overlay by Arcade