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Vincent Van Patten
James Van Patten,
Gena Lee Nolin,
I'm the producer of both the video game and movie Fox Hunt. It was the first ever movie actually created utilizing footage from the interactive game, although we shot some additional footage to complete the movie. (The game actually had about 5 1/2 hours of footage because of the multiple branches and endings).
Unfortunately, the movie was not released in the United States due to some rights issues. It was shot under the SAG interactive contract and we reached a compromise that allowed for the movie to be sold internationally. I know there were video and DVD versions released in many foreign countries including the Australia, the UK, etc.
As the producers, we still hold the Internet rights so if there was ever enough interest we could also release it there.
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