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  • Walt Disney Classics @ Home

    What Walt Disney Classics do you own at home? VHS, Laser Disc, DVD? I found out I might have to wait until 2008 (!) to see The Little Mermaid in all it's glory on SE DVD! I also missed the release of the BatB SE DVD, so I'm screwed there as well...

    I have
    VHS
    Beauty and the Beast
    Pete's Dragon (is that a Classic?)
    Pinocchio
    The Aristocats
    Bambi
    Toy Story 2 (I don't think that is a Classic)
    The Jungle Book

    DVD
    SE Mulan
    Finding Nemo (I don't think that is a Classic)

    I lost my VHS of TLM a few years ago. I do miss it
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    Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

    Originally posted by Speedway
    ... I also missed the release of the BatB SE DVD, so I'm screwed there as well...
    (
    Not necessarily... check eBay or Half.com... Just make sure that the disc you bid on or purchase is the Region 1 TWO-Disc version.. there seem to be a lot of Asian bootlegs out there, but the official US release can be had for not much more than the original retail price.

    Also, don't despair on "The Little Mermaid". According to the insert in the new "Cinderella" DVD, "Mermaid" is set for a Platinum Edition DVD in October of '06. So... just a year away!

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    • #3
      Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

      My mom has a few of the old VHS Box sets. Sadly, I got my hands on them so they aren't in 100% condition. Mostly everthing is there minus the actual VHS of the movie.

      I haven't watched so many of these is ages, so I can't remember exactly what we do have here.

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      • #4
        Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

        Laserdisc:
        Aladdin
        Snow White
        Cinderella
        Angels in the Outfield
        Bambi

        DVD:
        Too many to remember

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        • #5
          Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

          I have almost all of the Feature Animation titles that have been realeased on disc except for "Oliver & Company" and "Pocahontas".

          Which reminds me... I've been meaning to pick up the "Pocahontas" 2-disc set.

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          • #6
            Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

            Originally posted by ron10036
            Which reminds me... I've been meaning to pick up the "Pocahontas" 2-disc set.
            They were on sale at DTD's Virgin Megastore..one of those "buy 1, get 2nd at half price" deals... Check Virgin in Times Squares!

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            • #7
              Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

              Platinum Edition DVD-wise it's Lady & The Tramp in March, Little Mermaid in Oct 06, Jungle Book March 07 and 101 Dalmatians in Oct 07.

              I recently sold my VHS copies of Aladdin, Beauty & The Beast, Pinocchio and Lion King as I bought the DVDs. (Still holding on to Little Mermaid tho...)


              "I'm gettin' kind of fond of you, kid.
              Not that I want to pick out curtains or anything."

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              • #8
                Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

                Originally posted by TDLFAN
                They were on sale at DTD's Virgin Megastore..one of those "buy 1, get 2nd at half price" deals... Check Virgin in Times Squares!
                Will do... Thanks!

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                • #9
                  Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

                  I have a lot on DVD but for some reason the two that I bought last year that I have yet to watch are Alice in Wonderland and Aladdin. I wanted Alice for the classic "Disneyland" show material and I bought Aladdin because I liked its cover LOL.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Walt Disney Classics @ Home

                    I have so many on VHS. I still have the Little Mermaid on VHS. I also have the movie poster before they fixed them. I really should go through them and count to see how many I really have.

                    Sabrina
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