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The Shaggy Dog (1959) (The Wild and Woolly Edition)
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Wilby Daniels (Tommy Kirk) is just an ordinary teenager until a magical ring accidentally transforms him into a lumbering sheepdog ... whose owner is the leader of a plot to destroy the Space Program! This hilarious madcap adventure was the first live-action comedy Walt Disney produced, with a story full of slapstick chases, sight gags, hot rods, spies, and spells!
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The Shaggy D.A. (1976) (The Canine Candidate Edition)
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When teenager Wilby Daniels became a part-time canine in THE SHAGGY DOG, he didn't realize that this condition would come back and "hound" him again in his adult years. In this side-splitting sequel, Wilby's all grown up now, with a wife and son. Unfortunately, he's still subject to a furry transformation every time the inscription on an ancient scarab ring is read aloud ... not a comforting prospect when you've bounded into the public eye as a candidate for District Attorney!


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My Dog, The Thief (1969)
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An oversized canine's criminal caper results in high-flying comedy in MY DOG, THE THIEF. Jack Crandall (Dwayne Hickman) flies a helicopter for a radio station. But Crandall's traffic reports are caught in a bad-ratings tailspin ... until a huge St. Bernard dog named Barabbas stows away on the craft, sending the program's ratings through the clouds! But both Crandall and his girlfriend Kim (Mary Ann Mobley) are unaware that Barabbas is a hopeless kleptomaniac until the dog graduates to the world of high crime by casually lifting a million-dollar necklace from a team of professional jewel thieves. Join the fun in a hilarious adventure that'll have the whole family dizzy with laughter!

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The Devil and Max Devlin (1981)
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To save his soul, minor league sinner Max Devlin makes a deal with the devil's right-hand man, Barney: within two months he must convince three innocent people to sell their souls. Max makes his victims' dreams come true and tricks them into signing a "contract." But at the last moment, Max learns that Barney lied, and he risks eternal damnation by burning the contracts and saving the others. With Elliott Gould (<i>M*A*S*H</i>, "Friends", <i>Ocean's Eleven</i>, <i>The Last Flight of Noah's Ark</i>) and in a rare film role, Bill Cosby ("The Cosby Show").

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Benji the Hunted (1987)
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Benji, the world's most popular canine actor, faces his toughest challenge in this extraordinary film. Lost at sea and washed ashore in the rugged backwoods of North America, Benji inadvertently becomes the guardian to an orphaned litter of cougar cubs. Together, they dodge untold perils from man and beast in an amazing odyssey to reach safety. BENJI, THE HUNTED has all the earmarks of a live action Disney classic: breathtaking scenery, an exhilarating story, and an endearing hero you and your family will never forget.

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Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken (1991)
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Rarely has a film inspired and captivated audiences quite like the real-life story of Sonora Webster. As a runaway orphan, Sonora (Gabrielle Anwar) gets a job doing cleanup work for Doc Carver's traveling stunt show. Her biggest wish is to become a star "diving girl," but her youth and inexperience stand in the way. Undaunted, Sonora's gutsy determination finally convinces Doc (Cliff Robertson) to give her a break. Just when she appears on the brink of stardom, however, a twist of fate threatens to destroy her dream. With the help of a loving friend (Michael Schoeffling, MERMAIDS), Sonora faces her biggest challenge yet to prove to herself and the world that WILD HEARTS CAN'T BE BROKEN!



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Johnny Tremain (1957)
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Bonus Features: "The Liberty Story: The Making of <i>Johnny Tremain</i>" Disneyland TV special, "Johnny Tremain on TV" two introductions hosted by Walt Disney
The British are coming! Return to the exciting days of the Revolutionary War to relive some of America's proudest moments. Join young Johnny Tremain, a silversmith's apprentice who joins the Sons of Liberty and answers freedom's call. Johnny's adventures include the Boston Tea Party with Paul Revere and battles with the Redcoats. Based on the classic novel by Ester Forbes, you won't want to miss one historic moment of Disney's classic adventure and liberty's rising light. Directed by legendary Disney filmmaker Robert Stevenson, who helmed <i>Mary Poppins</i> and <i>Old Yeller</i>, among many others.

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Toby Tyler, or Ten Weeks with a Circus (1960)
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<i>Toby Tyler</i> takes you back in time to when the day the circus came to town was the biggest day of the year! Child star Kevin "Moochie" Cocoran shares his top billing with a chimp, Mr. Stubbs, in this story about a forlorn lad who runs away from his foster parents believing he is unloved. The determined little Toby and his mischievous pet chimp leave home and end up at the circus as an oily yet comic Harry Tupper (Bob Sweeney), in charge of a concessions stand, takes them under his wing. Between the circus acts and friendly performers, as well as the antics of Mr. Stubbs and Harry himself, there is plenty to amuse viewers of any age.

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The Boatniks (1970)
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1.33:1 Fullscreen, Dolby Digital Mono
Bonus Features: Outtakes, Original Theatrical Trailer
Man the laughboats for a madcap cruise into comedy! Robert Morse is an accident-prone Coast Guard ensign who has enough trouble keeping his own head above water without worrying about seagoing jewel thieves. It's maritime mayhem as Morse and sweetheart Kate (Stefanie Powers, <i>Herbie Rides Again</i>) team up to foil no-good nautical jewel thieves (including Phil Silvers).

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The World's Greatest Athlete (1973)
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1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby Mono
Bonus Features: Outtakes, Original Theatrical Trailer,
Depressed over their college team's endless losing streak, coach Sam Arches (John Amos) and his daffy assistant Milo (Tim Conway) go on safari in Africa. The dejected duo unexpectedly stumble onto a young athletic prodigy named Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent of TV's AIRWOLF fame) and convince him to leave the jungle and return to America with them. Just as Nanu is on his way to becoming the greatest track star of all time, his irate godfather (who happens to be the tribe's witch doctor) materializes with his bag of voodoo tricks and throws everything off track! It's a wild championship comedy with grandstand laughs all the way.

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That Darn Cat! (1965)
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His name is "D.C." -- short for "Darn Cat" -- the sleekest sleuth ever to grace the silver screen! Hayley Mills stars as a young woman with an active imagination who contacts the FBI when D.C. suddenly sports a wristwatch around his neck. She's convinced it's the tip-off to crack a baffling bank robbery and kidnapping case. Dean Jones is the allergic federal agent who sniffs around for clues only to find love in the air! An impressive supporting cast -- Frank Gorshin, Elsa Lanchester, Roddy McDowall, and Ed Wynn -- add to the nonstop zaniness. With its clever mix of mystery, romance, and all-out slapstick, THAT DARN CAT! is the cat's meow for purr-fect family entertainment! Marks the first Disney film for Jones and the last for Mills.

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Summer Magic (1963)
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The past beckons in this enchanting and nostalgic tale. The irrepressible Hayley Mills stars in a lighthearted Disney film about young love, mysterious family secrets, and small-town summer nights. When financial ruin forces the Careys to leave Boston, their teenage daughter Nancy (Mills) hatches a plan to resettle them in a tiny New England hamlet, with hilariously delightful consequences for both her family and their new neighbors! An indispensable addition to any Disney library, this timeless and wondrous adventure will thrill children of all ages for a long time to come.

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In Search of the Castaways (1962)
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With good reason to believe that Captain Grant, skipper of the S.S. Brittania, is still alive, Lord Glenarvan, owner of the Steam Navigation Company, sets out to rescue him. Aboard his ship are Grant's daughter (Hayley Mills) and son, as well as their companion, a Frenchman named Jacques Paganel (Maurice Chevalier). A series of hair-raising incidents as they travel the 37th parallel, including surviving an earthquake, flood, and attack by a giant condor, adds up to exciting adventure.

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Heidi (1993)
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In the grand tradition of Disney entertainment comes the classic story of HEIDI, the lovable orphan who enriches the life of everyone she meets. After charming her reclusive grandfather and falling in love with the beautiful mountain he calls home, Heidi is uprooted and sent to Frankfurt where she befriends Klara, a young girl confined to a wheelchair. But the big city drains Heidi's energy and spirit. Torn between her new friendship and her memory of life in the Alps, Heidi faces a difficult decision. And in time, she follows her heart and finds a miracle. Starring Jason Robards and Jane Seymour, HEIDI will capture the heart of everyone in your family!


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Walt Disney Home Entertainment presents a spring fling of new-to-Disney
DVD classics. These four unforgettable Disney comedy favorites have the stars you love and the laughs that are just right for the whole family. These irresistible Disney family classics are available on April 12, 2005, at the collectible price of $19.99 each (SRP) on DVD.

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Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (1966)
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Crowd-pleasing Disney favorite Dick Van Dyke (<i>Mary Poppins</i>, <i>Never a Dull Moment</i>) plays the title character, a Navy pilot whose plane troubles leave him on a scenic deserted island. There he sets up home, finds an abandoned submarine, a marooned US space chimp, and a native girl named Wednesday (Nancy Kwan). Story credit for the movie is officially given to “Retlaw Yensid” - Walter Disney spelled backwards!


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The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin (1967)
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In this rambunctious Disney comedy, Roddy McDowall plays Bullwhip Griffin, a very proper butler who tags along when his master (Bryan Russell) runs off to California during the 1849 gold rush. They team up with a Shakespearean actor (Richard Haydn) with a treasure map, and seek fortunates in spite of efforts from a crooked judge (Karl Malden) to hinder them. Adventures and romance (with Suzanne Pleshette) are abound on the west coast. Veteran Disney animator Ward Kimball created some spirited cartoon scene transitions.

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The Barefoot Executive (1971)
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In the wacky world of television, an ambitious mailroom boy (Kurt Russell) discovers a lovable chimp who has an amazing talent. Unerringly, he picks programs that become hits. The boy secretly uses the chimp to catapult himself into a vice presidency and a lush life. The secret is revealed to jealous rivals, and the boy almost loses both the chimp and his girlfriend (Heather North) until he decides to change his ways and win them back. With Joe Flynn (of the Dexter Riley series) and John Ritter ("Three's Company").

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The Million Dollar Duck (<i>$1,000,000 Duck</i>) (1971)
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All that glitters is gold in this wacky Disney comedy with a sparkling cast of top-notch comedians! Charley, a research test duck, is accidentally showered with radiation during a lab experiment ... and nonchalantly produces eggs with solid gold yolks! Professor Albert Dooley (Dean Jones) and his wife, Katie (Sandy Duncan), proceed to cash in on this newfound bonanza -- until their scrambled financial escapades arouse the suspicions of Treasury Department personnel. After all, whoever heard of trying to pay the weekly bills with a dozen or so eggs!
Nominated for Two Golden Globe Awards: Best Motion Picture Actor (Musical/Comedy) - Dean Jones, Most Promising Female Newcomer (Sandy Duncan)

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Dr. Syn, Alias The Scarecrow (1975)
Set in 18th-century England, the story follows the double life of the fearless Dr. Syn. By day, Dr. Syn (Patrick McGoohan) appears to be the mild-mannered vicar of Dymchurch. But by night, disguised as a grotesque and terrifying "scarecrow," this phantom rider roams the English seacoast using a band of "smugglers" to intercept government supplies in an attempt to break King George III's import tax.

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Tiger Town (1983)
<i>Tiger Town</i> was The Disney Channel's first original feature film. Roy Scheider (<i>Jaws</i>, <i>The French Connection</i>) stars as a veteran Detroit Tigers right fielder Billy Young, whose chances of getting into at least one World Series before retirement diminish with each Tigers loss. Young's biggest fan is a boy named Alex (Justin Henry, <i>Kramer vs. Kramer</i>, <i>Sixteen Candles</i>), who believes he can 'will' home runs from the team.


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I wondered what Mr Toad's Wild Ride was. It appears to be The Wind In The Willows renamed.

This is not a Disney title in the rest of the world, and was financed by Pathe (part of Fox Studios) when it was made.

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Cool list 2099~~!! I appreciate it! :)


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Hopefully all of these will be in widescreen (OAR)! I'll definitely pick up The Gnome Mobile and Sun of Flubber if they are.

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Ruby Bridges (1998)
This critically acclaimed film from "The Wonderful World Of Disney" features an all-star cast and is highlighted by <b>a special introduction by President Clinton and Disney CEO Michael Eisner.</b>


LOL, funny how they have room on their catalog DVDs for needless introductions by amoral ex-presidents and studio suits but they don't have space to include some really important features on their big DVDs - like the original theatrical cut of The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast, and the original making ofs, and the TLK trailers, and other things from the laserdisc that didn't make the port. They've got their priorities out of whack.

As I recall, after Ruby Bridges first aired on the WWoD programming block ABC hosted an interview with the real Ruby Bridges. Wouldn't it be better to include that instead??

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Joshua Clinard wrote:
Hopefully All of these will be in widescreen (OAR)! I'll definately pick up Gnome Mobile and Sun of Flubber if they are.


They may very well not be; at least we know they can't (or at least 'won't likely') screw up the TV movies...those were created and aired in 4:3.

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Ruby Bridges (1998)
This critically acclaimed film from "The Wonderful World Of Disney" features an all-star cast and is highlighted by <b>a special introduction by President Clinton and Disney CEO Michael Eisner.</b>


LOL, funny how they have room on their catalog DVDs for needless introductions by amoral ex-presidents and studio suits but they don't have space to include some really important features on their big DVDs - like the original theatrical cut of The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast, and the original making ofs, and the TLK trailers, and other things from the laserdisc that didn't make the port. They've got their priorities out of whack.


:lol: That's actually from the video description, and I assume they'll carry it over. I'd be flabbergasted (in a good way) if any of the made-for-TV movies had special features; although ALL of the recent Disney Channel originals have little featurettes on the making, which would be easy to include. After all, Disney runs them ad nauseam whenver an airing is about to occur.


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Return to Oz (1985) ($13.99)
Dorothy finds herself back in the land of her dreams and makes delightful new friends (like Tik Tok, Jack Pumpkinhead, and the Gump) and dangerous new enemies (the creepy Wheelers, the head-hunting Princess Mombi, and the evil Nome King). With every twist in the yellow brick road, you'll find awesome new surprises and special effects that will astound you! Stars Fairuza Balk.


Anyone know what the difference is between this Amazon pre-order and the current edition for a dollar cheaper?


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This one is being released by Disney. The old one was released by Anchor Bay, but their contract expired. My guess is the upcoming reissue is simply a repackaging of the old disc sans any Anchor Bay trademarks and replaced with Disney ones.

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Hmm... so what is the reason for the price increase?

Granted it's not very significant; but some online retailers go even cheaper than Amazon. I believe it's about a $3 difference over at Video Universe. Has the Anchor Bay version been discontinued rendering this "updated" version the exclusive medium or something? It doesn't make much sense.. sure it's only a dollar or so, but why pay extra for the same product? I'm just wondering if it has an extra bonus feature, a commentary track, 5 minutes of footage or even an extra trailer to justify the update. I could even recognize the signifigance if the packaging were to be redone, however a trademark logo... ?


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We simply just don't know what these re-releases are going to be. In the case of Return to Oz, I think a straight repackaging would be better than Disney putting together a new disc, which if it's like their DVDs for the other live action films from the decade, would be pan & scan only and lose the few extras the Anchor Bay disc had. Or maybe they're going to put a few additional features on it. Most of Disney's catalogue titles for next year are priced at $19.99 SRP, so it could be they're not even thinking about what the AB disc is currently priced at.

I'll buy Midnight Madness if it's widescreen, but if that's just a repackaging, I'll pass. That is just $14.99 SRP, like the subpar AB disc.


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Cool, I guess we'll have to wait and see than...


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Hey Luke Thanks For Sharing This Information.

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defiantely will be getting several of these titles. Wish more were in Widescreen though. The one with Bill Clinton Commentary is worth getting for that. Could have less Eisner though!

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I've updated this thread with the titles coming in June through September.


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Nice list what you've got :) hope some of thos come to the netherlands also

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I won't be getting any of these Live Action Disney films.
I never seen them first of all.
So I'll just rent them first.
But I'm not a big fan of Disney Live Action films.
I have a few in my collection right now.

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But I'm not a big fan of Disney Live Action films.


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That was funny! :lol:
In the same time you say in your signature, that you love ALL Disney films!
Sorry no offense, I couldn´t stop myself from saying that.... :oops:


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So I'll just rent them first.
But I'm not a big fan of Disney Live Action films.
I have a few in my collection right now.


:D But you once said:

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That is not a good idea at all.
Why not just buy it so you could see it again and again not just one time.
It's also a waste of money to rent it again and again just own it.


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So I'll just rent them first.
But I'm not a big fan of Disney Live Action films.
I have a few in my collection right now.



But you once said:

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That is not a good idea at all.
Why not just buy it so you could see it again and again not just one time.
It's also a waste of money to rent it again and again just own it.


I said only if you know the movie is good why rent it.
If you never seen the movie of couse you have to rent it Luke.
I never seen any of them so I might as well rent them. :lol:

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That was funny!
In the same time you say in your signature, that you love ALL Disney films!
Sorry no offense, I couldn´t stop myself from saying that....


I love all Disney Animation Films Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Brother Bear. I didn't say Live action films. I said all Disney films as of animation. :D

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