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Ten years have passed since the world was introduced to Buzz Lightyear and the other handheld heroes of "Toy Story." Now, you can revisit Pixar Animation Studios' first feature film with a 2-disc 10th Anniversary Edition DVD in September. Click to read the press release.
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In their latest outing, the Muppets are joined by Ashanti and set their sights on the magical Oz, where they hope to become whole. "The Muppets' Wizard of Oz" is one of two August DVD releases featuring the furry gang. Click to read the press release.
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Lilo, Stitch, Jumba, Nani, David and Pleakley participate in a hula competition in the direct-to-video sequel, "Lilo & Stitch II: Stitch Has a Glitch", which comes to DVD on August 30. Click to read the press release.
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July 31, 2005 - Today's new review covers the third of this week's four live action films making their Disney DVD debuts. The Boatniks is a 1970 comedy film about a clumsy new Coast Guard ensign on the trail of three bumbling jewel thieves. It's a worthy contender for the worst motion picture the studio has ever made. The DVD delivers the film exclusively reformatted for "fullscreen", plus its original trailer and a puzzlingly dull, silent "outtakes" reel.

This Week's Disney DVD Deals at Amazon.com Amazon.com's Disneyland 50th Anniversary Sale - Just $12.50 each: A Bug's Life (Review), The Parent Trap (1961) (Review), 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Review), The Princess Diaries (Review), Tron (Review), Bedknobs and Broomsticks (Review), The Ugly Dachshund (Review), Darby O'Gill and the Little People (Review), The Apple Dumpling Gang (Review), The Parent Trap (1998), The Gnome-Mobile (Review), Freaky Friday (2003) (Review), Summer Magic (Review), That Darn Cat! (Review), In Search of the Castaways (Review), The Nightmare Before Christmas (Review), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Review)
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Disney has mostly opened up their CinderellaDVD.com website, which now offers wallpapers, buddy icons, a couple of activity pages, and a pictorial preview of bonus features. More is still to come, but at least it's more than what's currently at ToyStoryDVD.com.

July 30, 2005 - UD's Worldwide DVD+ Shop has been updated with all of the year's upcoming titles currently available for preorder plus a list of the 170 DVDs most ordered and preordered by UltimateDisney.com visitors.

Disney has issued a formal press release for Old Yeller: 2-Movie Collection, which appears to retain everything from the original 1957 drama's solid Vault Disney set, and add Savage Sam as it was already released (barebones and fullscreen). Other new announcements shed light on "Home Improvement" Season 3, "The Golden Girls" Season 3, "Scrubs" Season 2 (which sounds even more packed than Season 1), and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (which will be a 2-disc compilation of Season 1 highlights). All of these multi-disc sets will be released in mid-to-late November.

July 29, 2005 - Two new DVD reviews today look at a pair of early Disney live action dramas making their format debuts on Tuesday. Johnny Tremain began production as a two-part adventure for Walt Disney's televised anthology series, but wound up in theaters in 1957. The film tells a Revolutionary War tale from the perspective of an unsung but important hero, the poor silversmith's apprentice of the title. On disc, Tremain boasts a stunning remastered transfer and a handful of related vintage broadcasts as a bonus. Toby Tyler, or Ten Weeks with a Circus is a charming 1960 drama which delivers the full title's promises: a young runaway boy's trials and tribulations in that fantastic world of the circus. While void of extras, the film also sports a satisfying transfer, though the fullscreen presentation may or may not the right call. Both DVDs merit a recommendation and fans of the live action fare from Walt's time should be quite pleased.

High-res artwork of the slipcovered Tarzan: Special Edition package has been posted here. Revised and seemingly final cover art for Herbie: Fully Loaded is here. This Lindsay Lohan comedy will get a single-disc release in October featuring an audio commentary, stunts and special effects featurettes, bloopers, and more to be announced.

Sky High opens in theaters today and our final Sky High Profile of the Day features the Commander himself. The film marks Kurt Russell's return to Disney; it is his eleventh live action theatrical outing for the studio where his career took off in the 1960s. This PG rated action/comedy has received mostly favorable reviews. For more on the film, its soundtrack of '80s covers, and hopes at the box office, click here.

July 28, 2005 - High-res artwork for the complete third seasons of "The Golden Girls" and "Home Improvement" has just been posted here. These three-disc season sets for Touchstone's sitcoms will both be released on November 22nd and "The Golden Girls": Season 3 will include "The Golden Girls Scrapbook" bonus feature, a collection of clips from each Golden Girl. While it doesn't sound like much and is probably comparable to the "Loose Screws" highlight reels on "Home Improvement" sets, neither of the first two seasons contained anything like it.

July 27, 2005 - New information has come in on this December's Wave 5 of the Walt Disney Treasures from emcee Leonard Maltin himself. On his website, Maltin writes that Walt Disney Rarities will contain "all Walt's one-shot cartoons and a handful of his silent Alice comedies", Spin and Marty's tin will hold the complete first season serial ("The Adventures of Spin and Marty") and the entire "Mickey Mouse Club" episode which introduced it, and Legendary Heroes will consist of episodes from the live action adventures Elfego Baca and The Swamp Fox, which aired on weekly anthology "Walt Disney Presents" in the late '50s and early '60s. As previously reported, the fourth title in the batch, The Chronological Donald, Volume 2 will continue to deliver Donald Duck's cartoon shorts from the 1940s. (Thanks to 'Little Red Henski' who passed along his find on the UD forum.)

A booklet inside The Muppets' Wizard of Oz reveals that Disney's remastered and restored reissues (which we mentioned last week) of The Muppet Movie and three other Muppet films will arrive in November. Also newly announced for November 1 are two "DVD games", Disney's Princess Fantasy and Disney Channel Showdown, which features characters from series such as "Kim Possible", "That's So Raven", "Lizzie McGuire", and "The Proud Family." These two interactive sets will mark the studio's first entries into this market since Lilo & Stitch's Island of Adventures was released in the fall of 2003. We'll have more information on them as it becomes available.

July 26, 2005 - At long last, our review of The Best of The Mickey Mouse Club is finished. This low-priced disc delivers five half-hour episodes from the third season and syndicated days of Walt's 1950s daily variety series. As you'd expect, the DVD offers singing, serials, and Mousekartoons. Even though the content hardly seems to be the show's definitive "best" and suffers from a lack of continuity, it is sure to delight anyone with fond memories of the Mousekeeters.

Disney's upcoming CG-animated comedy Chicken Little has received a "G" rating from the MPAA. In other rating news, the MPAA has given a "G" to an Extended Home Video Version of Aliens of the Deep. In IMAX theaters, Aliens ran 47 minutes (fairly standard for large format fare). When it comes to DVD on November 1, this James Cameron undersea documentary will include additional footage, not unlike Ghosts of the Abyss. Whether the longer cut will be presented as an option or the only version remains to be seen, as does whether or not a 3-D version will be offered.

Our August Disney DVD thread has been updated with menu stills from Lilo & Stitch 2 and the Timeless Tales series. Here, you'll also find a complete schedule for the month and previously-posted bonus feature and menu stills from "The Muppet Show", The Muppets' Wizard of Oz, and Little Einsteins.

The Walt Disney Company announced yesterday that it plans on closing DisneyToon Studios' Australia animation facility by mid-2006 after current projects Brother Bear II and Cinderella III are completed. The Australian studio began operations in 1988, working on television cartoons like "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" and "Darkwing Duck" and went on to create such films as The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, Return to Never Land, plus upcoming direct-to-videos Lilo & Stitch 2 and Bambi II. An anonymous source quoted by speculative e-journalist Jim Hill claims that this is not the end of 2-D Disney animation and that the so-called "cheapquels" will get even cheaper as work will be outsourced to Asian animation studios. Australia's Seven News has more on Disney's Sydney demise.

Those hoping that Savage Sam might get some proper treatment when it is reissued in November's Old Yeller: 2-Movie Collection will be disappointed to learn that Disney's sell sheet for retailers clearly states that this 1963 sequel will be offered in 1.33:1 Full Screen and Dolby Digital 5.1, just the way it has been on the in-print disc of its own. It appears to be another of the increasing number of cases in which Disney caters to those who haven't already bought once or currently-available DVDs.

Disney has just released festive cover art for their November 1 compilation Disney Channel Holiday.

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July 25, 2005 - Video Business has just posted their midyear research report on home video statistics. Three Disney DVDs find themselves among the top ten selling titles of 2005 so far: The Incredibles is easily the top overall earner with 15 million (M) units sold and $274.5 M worth of revenue, #3 National Treasure has sold 7.5 M units and tallied $140.9 M, and March's Platinum Edition Bambi stands at #8, having sold 5.2 M units and created $90.9 M of revenue. With 18.4% of all home video sales, Disney finished second to Warner among the major studios and as usual, the Mouse House dominated the DVD Premieres market, with Mulan II ($60.5 M revenue), Tarzan II ($33.7 M), and the Aladdin II & III Collection ($19.2 M) taking the top three spots. For complete mid-2005 statistics, click here. For VB's past reports, click here.

Buena Vista has issued a full press release for their third wave of Studio Ghibli DVDs. Pom Poko (1994) and My Neighbors the Yamadas (1999), both written and directed by Isao Takahata, will be released in three weeks with the type of treatment Buena Vista has consistently provided the Japanese animation studio's films - original audio and noteworthy English dub, storyboards, trailers, and more.

July 24, 2005 - Our Coming to Theaters section has been updated with new information and media from Disney's remaining five films of 2005: Sky High, Valiant, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Chicken Little, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Links to new merchandise from next year's The Shaggy Dog and Cars have also been added.

Twenty years ago today, The Black Cauldron opened in theaters, making it the first Disney animated film released in 4 years. Read UD's DVD review.

July 23, 2005 - Release dates have been set for the 5th and 6th entries into the Disney Learning Adventures series. Each educational DVD will arrive on November 15th and feature the Hundred Acre Wood gang which the studio has turned into preschool icons. To see the cover art newly issued for Winnie the Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure and Winnie the Pooh: Shapes and Sizes, click here.

The latest UD newsletter has just gone out to the Mailing List. If you're not already subscribed, you should be. You can do that here or by e-mailing UltimateDisney-subscribe@topica.com.

Release dates have just been set for a number of November's Disney DVDs. Details and preorder links appear below. After nearly four years in the vault, "Tarzan" is being re-released as a 2-Disc Special Edition on October 18th. Click to read the fact sheet for this upcoming DVD. Disney is celebrating Kermit the Frog's 50th Anniversary with Special Edition re-releases of four popular Muppet movies.

July 22, 2005 - From Amazon.com, more new release dates have been set for upcoming Disney DVDs! The aforementioned Old Yeller: 2-Movie Collection will hit stores on November 15th. This 2-disc set delivers the 1957 live action drama film and most of its Vault Disney extras, plus the 1963 sequel Savage Sam for a suggested retail price (SRP) of just $19.99. November will also bring the next season sets for Touchstone sitcoms "Scrubs" (Season 2, November 15), "Home Improvement" (Season 3, November 22), and "The Golden Girls" (Season 3, November 22). Each three-disc set will carry the lower SRP of $39.99. Also arriving on November 22 is a two-disc set holding the debut season of ABC's reality series "Extreme Makeover Home Edition". Three weeks earlier, on November 1, James Cameron's latest undersea IMAX adventure Aliens of the Deep (SRP $29.99) will come to the surface of DVD. Details are sparse on all of these titles, but each is currently available for preorder at 30% off SRP. Our Upcoming Schedule and Upcoming Cover Art sections have been updated accordingly.

Disney has just issued fact sheets for their October 18th Special Edition re-releases. Tarzan: Special Edition will contain extras from the out-of-print Collector's Edition including audio commentary, deleted scenes, and music videos, while adding "Terk's Tree Surfing Challenge" (a 3-level set-top game), the educational featurette "Disneypedia: Living in the Jungle", and a new "Strangers Like Me" music video performed by Everlife. The only thing that looks new for The Emperor's New Groove: Special Edition is a sneak peek at the upcoming DTV feature Kronk's New Groove; the announcement does not even specify if this will be a two-disc set.

August's batch of live action catalogue titles have come in and seem to bear mostly good news. Three of the four Disney DVD debuts boast bonus features, and a different three appear to be presented in their original aspect ratios. You can expect our usual thorough, analytical reviews of Johnny Tremain, Toby Tyler, The Boatniks, and The World's Greatest Athlete in the weeks to come, but for the time being, the 2005 Catalogue DVDs thread has been updated with all confirmed specs and extras.

A sneak peek on the new catalogue discs reveals some other quite exciting news. Believe it or not, Kermit the Frog is turning 50 this year; his debut television appearance was on Jim Henson's black-and-white program "Sam and Friends" in 1955. In celebration of this golden anniversary, Disney will be rereleasing four of the Muppets' most popular films to Special Edition DVD: The Muppet Movie (1979), The Great Muppet Caper (1981), The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) and Muppet Treasure Island. The promo provides no new release date nor information on bonus features, but ensures the films are "completely restored and remastered." One assumes from the widescreen clips previewed that each will be presented in their original 1.85:1 theatrical aspect ratios, which was not the case when Disney first released Carol and Island to DVD in 2002. We'll have more details for you as soon as they come in!

The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) recently passed 90 additional minutes of bonuses from October's Cinderella Platinum Edition DVD. More than a half hour of this content comes from the barely relevant ESPN Classics featurette "Cinderella Stories." The noteworthy Disc 2 extras "From Walt's Table: A Tribute to Nine Old Men" and "The Art of Mary Blair" will run about 22 minutes and 15 minutes, respectively. The BBFC's decisions are based on slightly sped-up PAL content; in Region 1, the supplements will run 4% longer.

Disc art has been posted for the Disney Channel's Halloweentown trilogy, which confirms that the first two films will be sharing a single disc. In other news on September DVDs, the release of The Parent Trap I & II Collection has been pushed back to September 27.

July 21, 2005 - A fourth installment of the "Behind the Magic" featurette series on Disney/Walden's upcoming fantasy film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe made its debut at San Diego's Comic-Con last week. This vignette is the most revealing yet; it focuses on C.S. Lewis' story and includes a hearty amount of scenes and plot points. It has now been released to the Internet and you can download it here (QuickTime, broadband).

A message board post (#229) supposedly written by Jess Winfield (one of the writers and executive producers of "Lilo & Stitch: The Series") sheds some light on the recently-rated Leroy & Stitch. Winfield states this is actually a direct-to-video feature which will wrap up the Disney Channel cartoon series the same way that 2003's Stitch! The Movie launched it. This G-rated film is apparently slated for DVD release spring 2006 and will be previewed on next month's "official sequel" Lilo & Stitch 2. Could this mean that the still unslated two-disc Special Edition for the original Lilo & Stitch film won't arrive until next year in tandem with that? Only time will tell, but Leroy will make at least the fifth Stitch-themed DVD Disney has released. (Thanks to "Mushu" for pointing us to the clarifying information.)

July 20, 2005 - Disney has informed retailers that Toy Story: 10th Anniversary Edition and "Lost" will be concurrently issued in the UMD format when they are released to DVD on September 6th. These single-disc versions for the PlayStation Portable handheld gaming system will lose most or all of the anticipated bonus features and "Lost" will only contain the two-part pilot episode as opposed to the entire first season DVD. Meanwhile, the studio appears to be looking at October 25th as the release date for Herbie: Fully Loaded, their resilient G-rated summer action/comedy.

Cover art has just been posted for the Tarzan: Special Edition, for which Disney has nonchalantly opened up an official teaser website.

July 19, 2005 - Disney has unveiled artwork from a number of this fall's upcoming DVDs. Among the latest additions to our exhaustive Upcoming DVD Art page are covers for Baby Einstein: On the Go and Herbie: Fully Loaded (tentative) and disc art from Toy Story: 10th Anniversary Edition and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Shameless double dipping or a noble effort to reach customers who haven't had luck finding the previously released DVDs? Either way you look at it, Disney will be reissuing modern day animated films Tarzan and The Emperor's New Groove in new editions on October 18th. So far, details are sparse, but listings at Amazon ensure that Tarzan will be a 2-disc Special Edition and one would presume the "New Groove Edition" of The Emperor's New Groove would also be a two-disc set primarily porting over features from the currently in-print but high-priced "Ultimate Groove." You can now preorder both Tarzan and The Emperor's New Groove for just $20.99 each. We'll fill you in when more details come in. In addition, On the Go: Riding, Sailing and Soaring, the nineteenth entry into the Baby Einstein series, will be released on October 25th and is also up for preorder at 30% off.

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July 17, 2005 - The MPAA has given "G" ratings to direct-to-video debuts Kronk's New Groove and something called Leroy & Stitch, which is presumably the title of the all-new short film detailing Experiment 626's origins. That cartoon is expected on the Lilo & Stitch 2 DVD, to be released on August 30. (Update: According to a message board post attributed to "Lilo & Stitch: The Series" writer/executive producer Jess Winfield, Leroy & Stitch is actually a direct-to-video feature concluding the Disney Channel cartoon show which is slated for release spring 2006.)

Today, Disneyland celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its historic opening day. UD will have an exciting report from the Disney's two Anaheim theme parks later this month, presenting a fresh, thorough, and unique take on the special festivities and enduring attractions.

Before DVDs, the most popular five-inch disc around was the audio CD. Aaron Wallace has a thorough review of one of these items, titled Disneymania 2. The second installment in the series of classic Disney tune pop covers branches out a bit with big band jazz, blues, and techno, but the critic states the eclectic makeup is to its benefit.

Disney has released a plethora of artwork from upcoming DVDs today. Accordingly, we have just posted a thread featuring menus and bonus features from September DVDs including the sixth and seventh Disney Princess volumes and Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie. Earlier today, our Cinderella Preview Page was updated with 12 new bonus features stills and six menu screencaps from fall's Platinum Edition set. Also, the press release thread for Little Einsteins: Our Big Huge Adventure now contains screencaps of the menus and an extra from this feature-length launch of a new animated series. The DVD, from Disney and the creators of Baby Einstein, is due August 23rd.

Recent Disney DVD Reviews:
Ice Princess - Straightforward film about teenager deciding between academics and figure skating doesn't make much effort to engage anyone but young girls. The DVD delivers flawless audio/video but only a handful of extras.
Vintage Mickey - These nine of Mickey Mouse's finest black and white shorts hold up surprisingly well 70 to 80 years later. No bonus features, a spotty audio/video, and a questionable price tag are overshadowed by the enduring and consistently entertaining early Disney animation.
Mickey Mouse Club: The Best of Britney, Justin & Christina - Four full episodes from the '90s "MMC" feature the titled trio and other stars-to-be. While the shows have dated considerably, those with fond memories will enjoy a trip back in time.

Recent Touchstone, Miramax, and Buena Vista DVD Reviews:
"Fantastic Four": The Complete 1994-95 Animated Television Series - Opportune release of a mediocre Saturday morning cartoon; the box set treatment is refreshingly comprehensive, but the formulaic peril, abundance of characters, and repetitive structure limit the show's appeal for those unfamiliar with the Marvel comics or with little interest in superhero folklore.

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