I just made an interesting discovery! I was looking for a quote from "Mumm-Ra Lives! Part II", so I went to Amazon (naturally). The quote I was looking for is toward the end of the episode, so I jumped ahead to roughly where it ought to have been. Instead, I found myself in the middle of Part III. Huh? Then I looked at the total running time: 47:16—far from the customary 22 minutes. What in Jaga's name is going on here? Then I rewound to the beginning and found this title card after the theme song: The text has similar styling and animation as the "ThunderCats Ho! The Movie" text: Instead of "Mumm-Ra Lives! Part II", Amazon has somehow gotten its hands on an edited version of Parts I, II and III billed as "Mumm-Ra Lives! The Movie". There are a few edits: At 16:49 and 17:18, there are cuts to Vultureman's speech explaining his plan for releasing the Lunataks. At 30:57, Lynx-O's explanation of the First Moon of Plun-Darr and Tug-Mug's abilities is cut completely At 31:12, there's a crossfade that completely skips Luna's "Never underestimate an enemy" scene, but you can hear part of her opening line ("We must be able to defend ourselves...") under the fade if you listen carefully. At 38:08, Mumm-Ra's speech gets truncated a bit in the middle The "movie" ends with the Lunataks going to battle stations in the middle of Part III—quite a cliffhanger. Could this have aired as a standalone movie, and the broadcast master is still around? Was it a home video release? Does it mirror another region's DVD release? Amazon must have gotten it from somewhere... Does anyone know or remember anything about this?