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Disney has revealed that on February 3, 2015, it will release three more Studio Ghibli films on Blu-ray: Porco Rosso, Tales From Earthsea and Pom Poko.
This follows last week's Blu-ray release of The Wind Rises, Kiki’s Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke.
This will mark the first time the three Studio Ghibli films are available on Blu-ray.
When a letter credited with inspiring Jack Kerouac to create a new literary genre suddenly surfaced, no one was happier than an 86-year-old poet and playwright from New Jersey.
For more than 50 years, Gerd Stern had been wrongly accused of tossing what Kerouac called "the greatest piece of writing I ever saw" over the side of a houseboat.
"Yes, I'm the guy who dropped the letter off the boat, but of course I didn't," Stern, laughing heartily, said after The Associated Press reported Sunday that the 16,000-word screed to Kerouac from his friend and literary muse Neal Cassady was found intact last week in a house in Oakland.
"At least 12 literary publications through the years have accused me," Stern said.