BOOTLEG FILES: 004
Film: “KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park” (1978 made-for-television mix of rock and sci-fi courtesy of Hanna-Barbera productions)
Last seen: occasional cable television broadcasts into the early 1990s; audio and video clips are presented on a fan site at www.kissdominion.com/PHANTOM.HTM
American home video release: from Worldvision Entertainment in 1982 and GoodTimes Entertainment in 1986.
Reason for disappearance: unclear, though perhaps it is being kept out of release because it is too silly for words.
Chances of seeing it again on home video or DVD: not impossible, given that KISS is still popular, but one would imagine this should already be in circulation.
Bootleg video opportunities: plentiful, but be very careful who you sell your bootleg to, as this edition of The Bootleg Files finds your correspondent facing the threat of jail!
The story continues in part two of THE BOOTLEG FILES: “KISS MEETS THE PHANTOM OF THE PARK”>>>
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