08/26/03 Stitch! The Movie - rental
09/09/03 Sleeping Beauty
10/07/03 The Lion King - Platinum Edition
11/04/03 Finding Nemo
11/11/03 Eloise at the Plaza - rental
11/18/03 Brother Bear Sing-Along-Song - rental
12/02/03 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
12/02/03 Walt Disney Treasures, Wave 3
01/27/04 Pocahontas - Special Edition
01/27/04 Alice in Wonderland - Special Edition
01/27/04 Lilo & Stitch - Special Edition
02/13/04 Lion King 1 1/2
03/02/04 Spy Kids 3D
03/30/04 Brother Bear
04/20/04 Haunted Mansion
08/03/04 Mickey's 3 Musketeers
08/17/04 Mary Poppins - Special Edition
08/31/04 The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride - Special Edition
10/05/04 Aladdin - Special Edition
11/09/04 Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - rental
Count me in for purchases (or rentals where marketed) of all of these! Hopefully the Pocahontas
SE features a new SE cut of the film with If I Never Knew You restored as well as the theatrical cut via seamless branhing. If any movie in Disney's library needs a special edition, Pocahontas is it. They shouwed the If I Never Knew You sequence during a commercial break in a Wonderful World of Disney presentation of the film and it is easily the best scene (save MAYBE Colors of the Wind.) It was cut because the idiot kids in the test audiences found it boring. At the veery least I hope it's included as a deleted scene but I really want to see it back in the movie.
Nice to hear final confirmation on the double-disc Lilo & Stitch, too. I'll gladly double-dip. As for Pocahontas, Mary Poppins, and Alice in Wonderland, I never got the Gold Collection releases, so I'll just wait it out. If the less-than-exellently-regarded Pocahontas is getting a special edition, there's still hope for the double-disc Deluxe Edition of The Hunchback of Notre Dame that we were teased with.
That puts Finding Nemo day-and-date with Indiana Jokes - eek, this will be expensive!
It is odd, however, that both Holes and March's Platinum are not here. I'm still hoping this is legit and I haven't any reason to doubt that. And it seems Brother Bear will be taking a little faster turnaround to video than Treasure Planet did. I hope it doesn't affect the general public's wanting to see this in theaters, because WDFA needs a hit -- and a non-CG hit, too, to prove once and for all that 2D is not dead. Anyway, rant coming on, so I'll shut up now.