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'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

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  • 'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

    Walt Disney's experimental masterpiece Fantasia won two honorary Oscars for its innovative use of animation and music. Most recently released in 2000, the restored and remastered Fantasia Platinum Edition will be available in 2010. Alongside this release, a newly restored and remastered Fantasia 2000 Platinum Edition, will be available. Fantasia 2000 begins where its predecessor, Fantasia, left off, with seven completely new segments and the return of the popular "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," featuring breathtaking images coupled with classical music favorites.

    In conjunction with these releases, Destino, the unfinished animated feature film created by Walt Disney and famed surrealist painter Salvador Dali will release. Begun in 1946, it was rediscovered in 2003 and completed by Walt's nephew, Roy E. Disney. The collaboration between these two legendary artists will be available to own for the first time along with an all-new feature-length documentary that examines the surprising partnership between Dali and Disney.
    http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...os-103036.html
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    Re: 'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

    I had the pleasure to watch this short at the Newport Beach Film Festival a few months ago. It was fantastic. However, it left me with many questions and I really wanted to watch it again. Looks like now I'll get my chance.

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      Re: 'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

      Better late I guess, the 'Destino' DVD release was first brought up here:

      7/18/06
      http://micechat.com/forums/entertain...matchgirl.html

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        Re: 'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

        That's great news!! It's nice that those of us who haven't had the chance to see it finally can!!

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          Re: 'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

          I saw this a few years ago at the Hollywood Bowl. I'm very glad to hear it will be released!!! Thanks for the update!
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            Re: 'Destino' enters Disney's Blu-ray period

            I saw it at a Dali exhibit at the LACMA. It was interesting but did not seem long enough or entertaining enough quite frankly to deserve a stand alone release. It is going to have to be chalk full of extras for me to pay 30 bucks for it.
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