I thought this might be interesting to read if you're a Labyrinth fan....it's another excerpt from Neil Gaiman's blog (the last one about "Mirrormask" can be found here). This was a question Neil was answering for a reader about Labyrinth/Mirrormask: Question - I read that you and Dave had access to something like THREE EXTRA HOURS of Labyrinth footage while you were conceptualizing MirrorMask. What are the chances that it will be released to the public? Was there anything truly inspiring that influenced MirrorMask? Neil - "No, what we were watching was a three hour long rough-cut of Labyrinth, with the puppeteers rather than voice actors voicing the characters (Dave Goelz's hilarious Sir Didymus made the version in the finished film seem mildly irritating by comparison). Mostly what we learned from it was how good an editor Jim Henson was -- there are some excellent sequences in the finished movie that were just too long as filmed."