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You may want to consider teaming up with Shane R. Monroe. He has direct contact with both Bluth and Goldman and was consulting on development for one of the canned DS versions. He has a loyal following and you may be able to work out some type of funding/contact with the powers that be type of deal that help get your project moving forward more quickly. He's at www.monroeworld.com if you're not familiar with him.
Actually I'm quite familiar with him as I'm a member on monroeworld.com and was actually introduced to him by the creator of the canned DS game. Shane is a fan of the RetroSmash vids and he knows that the Dragon's Lair doc is going on, but I'm pretty sure that Don and Gary are quite steadfast in their demand to work out the licensing agreement before I get the chance to interview them. Their concern is mostly out of the time it will take to interview them and they don't want it going to waste (i.e. movie never being made). The irony of the whole thing is that I was going to put together a kick-ass promo reel with their interviews and some fan interviews to attract potential funders at my funding sites. Right now I only have a teaser that uses footage of the game with some creative editing and titles, but nothing that people can see that shows a real production going on.
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