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    Hey everyone, does anyone know if Disney will renovate all there movies and make them blu ray like lion king, snow white, bambi, dumbo and beauty and the beast

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    I'm sure eventually they will.

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    • #3
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      These are coming to Blu-Ray this summer:
      The Aristocats
      The Rescuers/The Rescuers Down Under
      (2-Movie set, like Fox and the Hound)
      Pocahontas/Pocahontas II (2-Movie set)
      Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure

      Fall 2012 Diamond Edition release:
      Cinderella

      Spring 2013 Diamond Edition release:
      Aladdin

      And just today, I read these also may be coming out this summer (maybe a July release):
      Treasure Planet
      Home on the Range

      As one member over at DVDizzy (UltimateDisney) put it:
      Disney Home Entertainment is pushing hard to get all of the Animated Classics out on Blu-ray within a few years. I don't know this part for sure, but the speculation I have gathered is that their may be concerns that within the middle of the decade, physical media may be on it's way out. So, just in case, they want to get at least the Animated Classics on Blu-ray while they can.
      6 DACs and 3 sequels is not a bad line-up for the rest of the year.
      Last edited by Barbossa; 03-15-2012, 05:10 PM.

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      • #4
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        I mean we might not see Home on the Range...but the good ones or "classics" will one day be on Blueray and any that go into the theaters again in 3D will be coming out on 3D Blueray too
        Happy Halloween!!!

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        • #5
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          I'm proud to announce we'll be getting a lot more Disney titles on Blu-ray this year, including the first live-action "Walt-era" titles.

          BREAKING NEWS:Over 30 new catlog titles to hit Blu-Ray by the end of 2012!

          MAR 16

          Posted by admidmatt1

          By: Asst. Admin Matt
          Blu-Ray.com has revealed 30 new titles to hit Blu-Ray, from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. Among the lot are titles from the catalogs of Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and including some vintage Walt Disney Pictures titles.
          No details about technical and supplementary material, but below is a rough look at what to expect. We will bring you more news as it becomes available, you can read the original article HERE.
          May 15th 2012
          • Father of the Bride/ Father of the Bride Part II
          • Bringing Down the House
          June 5th 2012
          • The Color of Money
          • Cocktail
          • Ransom
          June 19th 2012
          • Sister Act/ Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
          • Evita
          July 3rd 2012
          • Home on the Range
          • The Horse Whisperer
          • Phenomenon
          • Step Up
          • Treasure Planet
          • Under the Tuscan Sun
          August 7th 2012
          • The Aristrocats
          Fall 2012
          • Adventures in Babysitting
          • Ed Wood
          • Ghosts of the Abyss 3D
          • Grosse Pointe Blank
          • High Fidelity
          • Judge Dredd
          • Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure
          • Pete’s Dragon
          • Pocahontas/ Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
          • The Rescuers/ The Rescuers Down Under
          • Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion
          • The Tigger Movie
          Beginning in October:
          • The Absent-Minded Professor
          • Arachnophobia
          • Atlantis: the Lost Empire
          • Babes in Toyland
          • Beaches
          • Brother Bear
          • Cold Creek Manor
          • Dick Tracy
          • Flubber
          • The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
          • Hocus Pocus
          • The Santa Clause Trilogy
          • Son of Flubber
          • Sweet Home Alabama
          • While You Were Sleeping
          __________________________________________________ ___________________________
          SAVE THE DISNEY AFTERNOON! SAVE THE DISNEY TREASURES! Join Open Vault Disney!

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          • #6
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            Here's the cover art for Treasure Planet and Home on The Range, as posted on Amazon already:


            gonna be quite the year for Disney Blu-Rays! With Atlantis and Brother Bear added to the list as well.

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            • #7
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              I'll be getting all of the animated ones, except Home on the Range.

              Can't wait to see Atlantis and Ed Wood on Blu ray!!!

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              • #8
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                babes in toyland! yes

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                • #9
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                  Hopefully, this is not everything. Keep in mind we still have titles coming from the "Generations Collection" and the Disney Movie Club Exclusives." Plus, we might actually see animated tv shows get released again. 2012 truly is the "Year of the Disney release."
                  __________________________________________________ ___________________________
                  SAVE THE DISNEY AFTERNOON! SAVE THE DISNEY TREASURES! Join Open Vault Disney!

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                  • #10
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                    Very good news. Treasure Planet may not be a beloved classic, but it should look wonderful on blu-ray. Same goes for Atlantis & Brother Bear.
                    My Micechat cruise trip report, Part 1:http://micechat.com/14795-disney-wonder/

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                    • #11
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                      Good news for sure, as I am one who still believes in physical media. Sorry, but having the artwork in my hands, like with vinyl LPs, is half the fun. Just having a blurb of data saved on a DVR is not quite as enthralling.

                      I have to laugh at whatever money it will cost to convert some of the obscure titles to bluray - Home on the Range? Surely they don't expect to garner a profit from that one, do they? How about Chicken Little? LMAO
                      Please consider the environment before printing useless emails

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                      • #12
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                        What I would like to know is if they will convert their cartoon shorts to Blu-Ray, a la the Walt Disney Treasures?
                        My top favorite Disneyland attractions:

                        1. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
                        2. Pirates of the Caribbean
                        3. Splash Mountain
                        4. Mad Tea Party
                        5. Peter Pan's Flight
                        6. Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin

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                        • #13
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                          PETE'S DRAGON!!!!!!!!
                          Joy!

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                          • #14
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                            Originally posted by SpectroMan View Post
                            Good news for sure, as I am one who still believes in physical media. Sorry, but having the artwork in my hands, like with vinyl LPs, is half the fun. Just having a blurb of data saved on a DVR is not quite as enthralling.
                            I'm in the same boat. I prefer the physical media. It will be sad when it goes the way of the Dodo.

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                              Originally posted by SpectroMan View Post
                              Good news for sure, as I am one who still believes in physical media. Sorry, but having the artwork in my hands, like with vinyl LPs, is half the fun. Just having a blurb of data saved on a DVR is not quite as enthralling.

                              I have to laugh at whatever money it will cost to convert some of the obscure titles to bluray - Home on the Range? Surely they don't expect to garner a profit from that one, do they? How about Chicken Little? LMAO
                              Home on the Range was likely animated on computers, so the cost should be minimal. Any Disney movie will have a fan base, so I'm sure it will be profitable. Chicken Little was absolutely animated on computer, and is already on blu-ray.
                              My Micechat cruise trip report, Part 1:http://micechat.com/14795-disney-wonder/

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