If anyone hasn't heard of these releases...:
Oliver & Co. - May 1
Snow Dogs - May 1
Tarzan & Jane - July 23
Mickey's House of Villians - September 3
Monsters, Inc. - September 17
Beauty & the Beast: Platinum Ed. - October 8
The definitive 2-disc Monsters, Inc. will SRP for $29.99, and will include...
Disc One - the fullscreen Version of the Film (1.33:1) specially reframed for standard TVs, a Widescreen Version of the Film (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 televisions (original theatrical aspect ratio), Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX, a Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX sound effects only track, THX-certified with THX Optimizer, audio commentary by the filmmakers (Director Pete Docter, Co-Director Lee Unkrich, Executive Producer John Lasseter and Executive Producer and Screenwriter Andrew Stanton)
Disc Two - (divided into two worlds: The Monster World and The Human World), outtakes (including Company Play), a performance of Put That Thing Back Where it Came from or So Help Me (written, choreographed, produced, directed and catered by Mike Wazowski), For the Birds (the 2001 Oscar-nominated Pixar animated short film, the music featurette If I Didn't Have You (performed by Billy Crystal and John Goodman) and an exclusive sneak peek of Finding Nemo (Disney/Pixar's new upcoming feature)
The Beauty & The Beast: Platinum Edition (available for a limited time only (SRP $29.99) will include...
Disc One - an all-digital presentation utilizing an all-new high definition transfer for the DVD (widescreen 1.66:1 aspect ratio, enhanced for 16x9 TVs), Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound newly created for the 2002 large format release, THX Certified, French language track, three versions of the film (the Special Edition includes the all-new musical sequence Human Again, the Original Theatrical Edition is the animated film masterpiece audiences around the world know and love, and the Work in Progress Edition as shown at the 1991 New York Film Festival), audio commentary from the filmmakers, a karaoke/sing-along track (watch the film and sing along to all your favorite songs as the words pop up on the screen), Maurice's Invention Workshop Game (help Chip in Maurice's Workshop and begin a journey that continues on Disc 2 in which the viewer can break the spell and make all the enchanted characters human again)
Disc Two - The Story Behind the Story (the viewer is transported into Belle's library as celebrity hosts Celine Dion, James Earl Jones, David Ogden Stiers, Ming Na, Angela Lansbury, Robby Benson, Page O'Hara and Jodi Benson share the stories behind several of Disney's most beloved characters), A Tale as Old as Time ("making of" featurette), Character Profile Game, Beauty and the Beast Broadway musical featurette, Disney's Animation Magic, Chip's Musical Challenge Game, Beauty and the Beast music video by Jump 5, Break the Spell adventure game and a complete and exhaustive section for ultimate collector's and film fans, which includes the early presentation reel, an alternate version of the Be Our Guest number, an alternate score (The Transformation - original demo recordings with introduction by Alan Menken), a production and character design art gallery, pencil tests, animation tests, a layout and background art gallery, camera move tests, poster and ad design artwork, trailers and TV spots, the Large Screen Format trailer and more.
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03-01-2002 12:48 PM #1
New DVD releases"And consider this dismaying observation: this chamber has no windows, and no doors. Which offers you this chilling challenge: to find a way out! Of course, there's always my way...."
03-01-2002 04:46 PM #2
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Are you sure about Snow Dogs? It just came out in the theatre a month or two ago and it is still playing in our big stadium (read expensive) theatre here and doing quite well. I am surprised it would be out on DVD so soon if it is still in the Theatre.
FYI for everyone - www.disney.com has a listing of all releases for the next year on their site.
Thanks for the post Druanna - I am really excited about Monsters, Inc. Sept. is too far away. The 2 disc DVD sounds like it is going to be great!
03-01-2002 04:54 PM #3Originally posted by toominnie
Are you sure about Snow Dogs?
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Here's the link to the press release:
Disney Press Release"And consider this dismaying observation: this chamber has no windows, and no doors. Which offers you this chilling challenge: to find a way out! Of course, there's always my way...."
03-04-2002 12:41 AM #4
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I also frequent TDB, and Know that they are very strict to valid information, hoever as far as Buena Vista's OFFICIAL release dates announced, only Monster's Inc. has been released. The other dates are most likely just PROJECTED street dates at this point. But I appreciate the run-down of what we can expect in 2002 on Disney DVD.
And toominie, studios now are releasing thier movies on DVD even soon if the movie was not a huge sucess. For example, ALI will be on DVD by April, while Lord of the Rings will not be on DVD until August...
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03-09-2002 11:05 AM #5
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hello all. i'm a newbie to this forum. this site rules!!!
speaking of new releases i navigated through the disney.com movie finder and saw that pollyanna, parent trap(original), and old yeller will be on dvd 5/7/02 . does anyone know if this is confirmed?
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