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DVD

The Santa Clause
The Santa Clause: The Marriage Clause
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
The Princess Diaries
The Princess Diaries: Royal Engagment
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Oliver Twist(1997)
The Haunted Mansion
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Pinocchio
Dumbo
Bambi
Cinderella
Peter Pan
Sleeping Beauty
One Hundred and One Dalmatians
The Sword in the Stone
The Jungle Book
The Aristocats
Robin Hood
The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh
The Rescuers
The Fox and the Hound
The Black Cauldron
The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the beast
Aladdin
Hercules
Pollyanna
The Parent Trap(1961)
The Parent Trap II
The Parent Trap(1998)
National Treasure
National Treasure: Book of Secrets
Mary Poppins
Cars


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The Apple Dumpling Gang
Davy Crockett and the River Pirates
Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier
Lady and the Tamp
The Lion King
Mulan
Old Yeller
101 Dalmatians(1996)
102 Dalmatians
Pocahontas
Swiss Family Robinson
Tarzan
The Three Musketeers(1993)
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
Treasure Planet

56 total.

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I just piked up Bolt 3D, Chicken Little 3D, Meet the Robinsons 3D, and Toy Story 3D!

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I bought The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (as well as Lilo and Stitch) on Thursday at Best Buy and the disc doesn't have any artwork on it. It's not grey but it's just clear like a blank cd with the title and Gold Classic banner at the top in black. Is it supposed to look like that?

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I bought The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (as well as Lilo and Stitch) on Thursday at Best Buy and the disc doesn't have any artwork on it. It's not grey but it's just clear like a blank cd with the title and Gold Classic banner at the top in black. Is it supposed to look like that?


Maybe they started printing the discs that way recently... my copy has the cover artwork on it, but I picked it up about 5 years ago.

Anyway, I gave in and picked up Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 in 3D tonight. I know it's kinda stupid since I don't have a 3D capable player or TV yet, but it was driving me crazy not having them. I think i'm sick. lol

That makes my grand total - 175 Disney titles owned

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I bought The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (as well as Lilo and Stitch) on Thursday at Best Buy and the disc doesn't have any artwork on it. It's not grey but it's just clear like a blank cd with the title and Gold Classic banner at the top in black. Is it supposed to look like that?


Maybe they started printing the discs that way recently... my copy has the cover artwork on it, but I picked it up about 5 years ago.

Anyway, I gave in and picked up Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 in 3D tonight. I know it's kinda stupid since I don't have a 3D capable player or TV yet, but it was driving me crazy not having them. I think i'm sick. lol

That makes my grand total - 175 Disney titles owned


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I just piked up Bolt 3D, Chicken Little 3D, Meet the Robinsons 3D, and Toy Story 3D!


Have you really invested in all the 3-D Home electronics, TV, Blu-ray, and all or are you just a completist that wants everything there is.

While I am confident that I am a true Disney completist, I will not purchase anything that I cannot play, i.e. 3-D versions of movies!!!

Not being critical, but I was just wondering if you are one of those who have bought into this ill-fated 3-D mania.

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I just piked up Bolt 3D, Chicken Little 3D, Meet the Robinsons 3D, and Toy Story 3D!


Have you really invested in all the 3-D Home electronics, TV, Blu-ray, and all or are you just a completist that wants everything there is.

While I am confident that I am a true Disney completist, I will not purchase anything that I cannot play, i.e. 3-D versions of movies!!!

Not being critical, but I was just wondering if you are one of those who have bought into this ill-fated 3-D mania.


It's kind of both... I am a pretty severe completist, but I don't own any 3D playing devices. I do intend on eventually purchasing a PS3 and a 3D TV though. In my opinion, it's not so much an "ill-fated" mania anymore. I think it's begun to establish itself as something that will never really go away. After all, since 3D was first established years ago it's never really gone extinct. With all the recent technological bursts in the medium, I cant imagine 3D becoming completely irrelevant in a decade or so which would be the next time I'd probably look into a new TV assuming I get a 3D one this year.

The 3D TV's are just regular TV's that feature the 3D capability. I don't see the harm in purchasing one, when all it does is feature more things. On top of that, all of them I've seen also feature internet access. Which, if Disney only intends on releasing extra content through Disney-view or whatever their internet based thing is, is something I'm interested in as well. So, I guess I am "one of those" who have/will buy into 3D.

Not to be critical, but I was just wondering why you even asked me if I was "one of those who have bought into this ill-fated 3-D mania" just to seemingly judge me when I say I have. Does it really matter to you what I choose to spend my money on? It seems to me like you're digging for another anti-3D and pro-3D debate.

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I just piked up Bolt 3D, Chicken Little 3D, Meet the Robinsons 3D, and Toy Story 3D!


Have you really invested in all the 3-D Home electronics, TV, Blu-ray, and all or are you just a completist that wants everything there is.

While I am confident that I am a true Disney completist, I will not purchase anything that I cannot play, i.e. 3-D versions of movies!!!

Not being critical, but I was just wondering if you are one of those who have bought into this ill-fated 3-D mania.


I'll be picking these up at some point as I don't have them on Blu-Ray yet (I'm a DAC completist 8) ) . Even though I have a 3D player, I don't have a 3D TV yet. the way I see it, the 3D disc is just a good bonus to have for the future when I upgrade the TV.


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Well what do I have, shorted by eras during Walt's life time:

Laugh-O-Gram (1921-1923):
Beauty and the Beast: Dinamond Edition (Blu-ray) four of seven laugh-G-Gram shorts are included in the bonus features.
The Other three shorts exists in Disney's vault and have not yet appeared on DVD/Blu-ray. But there was also live-action/animated series produced alternatively which no longer exist.

Walt Disney Studio (Silent era 1921-1927).
WDT: Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s
WDT: The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Note: Surving Alice shorts that are yet to appear on offical Disney DVDs/Blu-ray can be found in hands of various private collectors and on second rate flea markets. Oswald's Poor Papa exists in Disney's vault but has not appeared on any DVD/Blu-Ray.

Walt Disney Studio (Golden age of cartoons/Silver age 1928-1967)
Shorts (Collections)

WDT: Mickey Mouse in Black and White (R2)
WDT: Mickey Mouse in Black and White, 2
WDT: Mickey Mouse in Living Color (R2)
WDT: Mickey Mouse in Living Color, V2 (Disc 1 shorts from 1939-1953)
WDT: Silly Symphonies (R2)
WDT: More Silly Symphonies
WDT: The Chronological Donald
WDT: The Chronological Donald, V2
WDT: The Chronological Donald, V3
WDT: The Chronological Donald, V4
WDT: Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s
WDT: The Complete Pluto
WDT: The Complete Pluto, V2
WDT : Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios
WDT: On the Front Lines
WDT: The Complete Goofy (R2)
WDT: Twomorrowland (its mostly TV episodes, but there is animation in them so I thought complete my collection of animated WDT)
Cartoon Classic Favorites : Extreme Adventure Fun (R2)
Cartoon Classics Favorites: Starring Chip 'n' Dale
Have Laugh vol 2
Note 1: No short collection is bought with out a purpose, if better copy exist of an cartoon that don't appear on WDT I buy it, if there is no improvement on individual shorts quality then I don't buy it, for example No Sail (1945) is in horrble condition on WDT: Donald vol 2, but better copy can be found on Extreme Adventure Fun.
Note 2: Note I don't have any of these 40's/50's commercial produced animated shorts I know some can be found with private collectors, I also don't have The Lone Chipmunks (1954), it can be found on Davy Crockett, two movie collection, .I'm planning to buy it at some point in future, unless the short appear on more animated oriented DVD/Blu-ray. I don't have any of those post 1963-1967 shorts some of them can be found on educational DVDs only so not sure how I can obtain those, others are not even of DVD at all

Features:
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS - Diamond Edition (Blu-ray, B)
Pinocchio - Plantium Edition (Blu-ray, B)
Fantasia - Diamond Edition (Blu-ray, B)
Dumbo - Special Edition (Blu-ray, B)
Bambi - Plantinum Edition (Blu-Ray, B)
Walt & El Grupo (Saludos Amigos is unedited as bonus feature on that DVD)
Victory Through Air Power (its on the second disc of WDT: On the Front Lines DVD set)
The Three Caballeros - Classic Caballeros Collection (DVD)
Make Mine Music - Gold Classic Collection (DVD, R2)
Song of South (VHS, R2 ; I recently bought it of Ebay yet have it show up at my door)
Fun and Fancy Free - Gold Classic Collection (DVD)
So Dear My Heart (DVD, R2)
Melody Time - Classic Gold Collection (DVD, R2)
The Adventure of Ichabod and Mr. Toad - Classic Gold Collection (DVD)
Cinderella - Platinum edition (DVD, R2)
Alice in Wonderland 60th Anniversary edition (Blu-ray, B)
Peter Pan - Platinum edition (DVD, R2)
Lady and the Tramp - Platinum edition (DVD, R2)
Sleeping Beauty - Diamond edition (Blu-ray, B)
One Hundred and One Dalmatians - Plantinum edition (DVD, R2)
The Sword in Stone - 45th anniversary edition (DVD, R2)
Jungle Book - Plantinum edition (DVD, R2)

Note: Only thing I don't have are external live-action features produced by other studios that contains animation sequence from Disney. + I don't own Marry Poppins its does contain/live-action and animation.

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What I have post-Walt (1967-present):

Features/shorts
THE ARISTOCATS - Special edition (DVD, R2)
ROBIN HOOD - Most Wanted edition (DVD, R2; as Special edition)
The Black Cauldron - 25th Anniversary Edition (DVD)
The Great Mouse Detective - Mystery in the Mist Edition (DVD)
WDT: Mickey Mouse in Living Color, 2 (Disc 2; the three modern Mickey shorts)
Who Framed Roger Rabit, Vista Series (Touchstone Pictures, DVD, R2; Roger Rabbit shorts are also included as bonus)
Oliver And Co, 20th Anniversary Edition (DVD, R2)
Little Mermaid Platinum Edition (DVD, R2)
Treasury of Lost Lamp (DVD, R2)
Beauty and the Beast - Diamond Edition (Blu-Ray, B)
Aladdin - Plantinum Edition (DVD, R2)
Lion King - Diamond Edition (Blu-Ray, B)
A Goofy Movie (DVD, R2)
Pocahontas -1oth Anniversary edition (DVD, R2)
Hunchback of Notre Dame - Special editon (DVD, R2)
Mulan - Special Editon (DVD, R2)
Tarzan - SPecial Edition (DVD, R2)
Fantasia 2000, Diamond Edition (Blu-Ray, B)
Tigger Movie 10th Anniversary Edition (DVD, R2)
Dinosour (DVD, R2, I know its also able on Blu-ray but I don't have it)
The Emperor's New Grove - New Grove edition (DVD, R2)
ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE (DVD, R2; Incorrect aspect ratio in Pan and Scan 1.33.1 while the original feature was 2.35.1 CinemaScope).
Return to Neverland - Pixie Powered edition (DVD, R2)
Lilo and Stitch - Big Wave Edition (DVD, R2)
Treasury Planet (DVD, R2)
The Jungle Book 2 - Special Edition (DVD, R2)
Piglet's Big Movie - Special Edition (DVD, R2)
Brother Bear - Special Edition (DVD, R2)
Home On Range (DVD, R2)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (DVD, R2)
Chicken Little (DVD, R2, I know blu-ray exist)
Meet The Robinsons (DVD, R2, I know blu-ray exist)
Disney Have Laugh vol 1 (DVD, How to Hook Up your Home theater Goofy)
Bolt (DVD, R2, I know Blu-ray exist)
Princess and the Frog (Blu-Ray, B)
Tangled (Blu-Ray, B)

In addition I do have Mr. Magoo (1998) Live-action movie starring Leslie Nielsen, since it contains opening and closing animation, I'm not sure if Disney Studio did the animation on that one or if it was outscored.

Note 1: I don't have many live-action Disney since I'm not admire of live-action Disney films, with expection of those that have animated bits in them and Pirates of Caribbean (3 on DVD and 1 on Blu-Ray).
Note 2: I'm might plan to get rest of the animated features I don't have. Including Fox and the Hound (import perhaps), I probably will also get blu-ray copies of those that I only have on DVDs, and are already on Blu-ray. As well as Disney Live-actions films that have animated bits/titles (2D-Hand-drawn animation) the last bit is not priority. I will not give into the 3-D blu-ray just yet. Want see of the 3-D phenomena goes, next few years first.



Well You asked for it, What I have of those abominations called Disney Sequels:
The Return of Jafar (VHS, R2, might want plan DVD upgrade)
Aladdin King of Thieves (VHS, R2, might want plan DVD upgrade if DVD with correct aspect ratio can be found)
Belle's Magical World (DVD, R2)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (DVD, R2)
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (DVD, R2)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (DVD, R2)
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (DVD, R2)
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (DVD, R2)
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (DVD, R2)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (DVD, R2)
Kronk's New Groove (DVD, R2)
Bambi II (DVD, R2, I know it was in theater outside USA but I prefer to handle films like they were in there own country of origin so I don't consider this as theatrical feature film)
Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (DVD, R2)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (DVD, R2)

Note 1: Quite few modern shorts do appear as bonus on some of the DVDs/Blu-Ray above. So listing DVD/Blu-Ray twice wont do, I think we all know what moderns shorts that are not educational and not theme park related, that have not yet appeared on DVD/Blu-Ray. Same can be said about Stright-to-Video shorts they have both appeared with theatrical Features on DVD and Stright-to-Video features on DVD, so list them wont do justice ether.
Note 2: If one can find those educational shorts on DVD be warned thay are very expensive since they are not supposed to be for individuals but institutions, you will end up pay 30$ at minimum per short.
Note 3: I'm not too keen on buying more of those unless I have nothing left to collect when it comes to animation in general (not only Disney) but I might want pick up those DVDs that are related to Mickey Donald and Goofy and thats it.


Disney TV animation
Unfortunetly I don't have any. I will probably only get those shows that are Duck, Mouse, Gargoyles, feature film related, related at one point though if they are continued to be released. I don't like the idea of half finnished shows so all or nothing for me here.

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WALL-E Blu-Ray/DVD Combo


244 - Total
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47 (+4) - Animated Movies (DACs) (+4 = double dip)
13 Blu-Ray and Combos (DACs)
4 - Diamond Edition Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
6 - Misc. Animated Movies
27 - Animated Compilations
4 - Live Action and Animated
58 - Live Action
8 - Live Action - Blu-Ray & Combo Pack
4 - DisneyNature (Combo Pack)
3 - Muppets Feature-Length movies
3 - Marvel Studios (DVD)
2 - Marvel Studios (Blu-Ray)
2 - Live Action in collaboration with Paramount
13 - Touchstone
2 - Miramax
7 - Documentary (includes IMAX releases)
15 - Walt Disney Treasures
3 - Theme Park
11 - Pixar (plus 2 Wal-Mart bonus discs)
8 - Pixar Blu-Ray/DVD combo (Up, Toy Story 3, Cars, Cars 2, Cars Toon, Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL-E)
0 - DTV Sequels (probably will never get any straight-to-DVD sequels )
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I just picked up Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas ~ Special Edition on Blu-ray last night. After seeing this cover art, I think I wish they would've just re-used the cover art from the previous DVD release. It was a lot more elegant.


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haha, so after a few days it finally hit me what you are doing there! LOL!

Are you marking them by if you own them, or if they have been released? I'm asking because Dinosaur has been released on Blu, it was one of the first films ever released on Blu. I've been fighting with myself about picking it up or not because I can't stand that dang blu swoosh they were printing on all the cover arts then.

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haha, so after a few days it finally hit me what you are doing there! LOL!

Are you marking them by if you own them, or if they have been released? I'm asking because Dinosaur has been released on Blu, it was one of the first films ever released on Blu. I've been fighting with myself about picking it up or not because I can't stand that dang blu swoosh they were printing on all the cover arts then.


I'm holding off on Dinosaur myself. I figure if they released Chicken Little, Meet The Robinsons, and Bolt to 3D, they'll do the same for Dinosaur - then I can have it with a nice slipcover to match the rest of my DAC Blu library.


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haha, so after a few days it finally hit me what you are doing there! LOL!

Are you marking them by if you own them, or if they have been released? I'm asking because Dinosaur has been released on Blu, it was one of the first films ever released on Blu. I've been fighting with myself about picking it up or not because I can't stand that dang blu swoosh they were printing on all the cover arts then.


I'm holding off on Dinosaur myself. I figure if they released Chicken Little, Meet The Robinsons, and Bolt to 3D, they'll do the same for Dinosaur - then I can have it with a nice slipcover to match the rest of my DAC Blu library.


That's a good thought, but was Dinosaur released in 3D? I think they released those other 3 because they were released in 3D while they were in theaters. Then again, I guess that all depends on whether or not Disney plans on releasing more of the DAC's in 3D.

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