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December 14, 2005 - The holiday season is in full force and out of the goodness of our hearts, we're throwing one final contest of the year, open to UD readers from any part of the globe. Our Disney Christmas Movie Trivia Challenge offers you the chance to win the Christmas-themed Disney DVD of your preference provided you can answer some simple trivia on Disney's Christmas films. Don't hesitate on this one: entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on next Tuesday, December 20, 2005. Click here for more information and to enter.

Our latest DVD review covers Valiant, Vanguard Animation's CGI pigeon comedy which was distributed by Disney in the United States. Following a suspiciously quiet U.S. theatrical run, Great Britain's first computer-animated feature is treated to a pretty barren disc. The film itself yields a fair amount of laughs and a generally good time with visuals quite impressive for a budget less than half of the typical Pixar or DreamWorks production. The light and breezy story may not break ground but it provides enough entertainment to justify a rental and a post price-drop purchase. Read on...

December 13, 2005 - Disney has passed some information on to retailers about the DVD release of the studio's top-grossing 2005 film, Chicken Little. The CG-animated comedy will fall to DVD on March 21st (date subject to change) in a 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1 presentation. Those hoping for a set dripping with extras on Feature Animation's jump to computer animation will be disappointed by the fairly sparse menu of bonus features: the making-of featurette "Hatching Chicken Little", deleted scenes (including three alternate openings), the interactive game "Where's Fish?", a Karaoke sing along, and music videos for The Cheetah Girls' "Shake a Tail Feather" and Barenaked Ladies' "One Little Slip." To date, Little has grossed more than $125 million domestically. Our tiny first look at cover art can be seen right here.

Better a week late than never: our DVD review of "Gargoyles" Season 2, Volume 1 is now online. The enduring mid-'90s cartoon is treated to another fine DVD release, with the 3-disc set presenting the 26 decade-old episodes with commendable picture and sound in addition to some cool bonus features: a new retrospective featurette, audio commentary on a 4-part arc, and episode introductions by co-creator Greg Weisman. Most importantly, the series at the center holds up as an exciting and engaging saga of ancient stone creatures who come to life at night and protect present-day Manhattan from evil in its various forms. There's plenty of reasons why "Gargoyles" holds an ardent fan following and this fine set reveals most of them, such as involving storylines and compelling characters.

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December 12, 2005 - Our third review of this year's Walt Disney Treasures has now been posted.
The Chronological Donald, Volume Two continues to chart the popular duck's career in big screen shorts from 1942 to 1946. One-fourth of the 32 cartoons find Donald at war in more controversial outings that turned up previously in Walt Disney on the Front Lines. The remaining majority offer a mix of the irascible one being riled and his romantic pursuits of Daisy. Video quality on the DVD-debuting shorts does not always stand up to the reputation for remastering the Treasures line has earned, but bonus features are abound, including an anthology episode, profiles on legendary comic book writer Carl Barks and Tony Anselmo (current voice of Donald), and a timeline of Walt Disney during the years of World War II. More...

December 10, 2005 - Though the end of the year usually sees media companies go out with a bang and take their time to provide noteworthy content in the new year, Disney has a pretty eventful January based on the volume of the studio's DVD releases. Of course, 10-to-18-year-old Sing Along Songs volumes, budget cartoon compilations, and four somewhat obscure live action movies from the late '60s through early '90s don't attract as many UD readers as TV show season sets, special editions, and Walt Disney Treasures do. Nonetheless, we hope to cover every title put out in what promises to become an exciting year for Disney DVD with the type of detail and care you've come to expect from this site. Detail and care are nowhere to be found in the latest press release issued by Buena Vista Home Entertainment on the January 3 "preschool" release slate, but we fleshed it out a bit and have it for you here: January 2006 Preschool DVDs Press Release, covering the four Sing Along Songs volumes centered on popular Disney films (Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, Peter Pan, and 101 Dalmatians), mid-'90s collection of animated Eric Carle adaptations The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories, the brand new Stanley's Dinosaur Round-Up, and a price drop on Rolie Polie: Springy-Time Fun. Of greater interest to older fans of Disney animation is Walt Disney's Timeless Tales: Volume 3, arriving the same day with six significant shorts from the '30s to '50s, not cheaply available elsewhere on DVD.

We've updated our Upcoming Disney Movies page previews for Roving Mars, a soon-to-open IMAX documentary that has hardly earned much attention, and Pixar's much-anticipated next feature Cars. Look for our upcoming special report, Mars and Cars: The Story of Two 2006 Disney Films and The Vastly Different Levels of Interest They Garner in an alternate future where people care.

Whether or not they'll truly deliver, claims to have copies of the long-discontinued 2002 Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Black and White tin in stock. Thanks to "Wonderlicious" for pointing this out.

Following great efforts, we now have a second review of this week's Walt Disney Treasures: Elfego Baca • The Swamp Fox: Legendary Heroes pairs up three episodes from a couple of late-1950s series that aired under the Frontierland banner of the weekly anthology series "Walt Disney Presents." As the title implies, each series centers around the action of an true American protagonist who can be labeled heroic. Baca, aptly played by Robert Loggia, was a New Mexico gunman who defied death by a persistent mob and became town sheriff and later a lawyer. South Carolina soldier Francis Marion (also known as "Swamp Fox"), portrayed by Leslie Nielsen, gained a reputation for his elusive tactics in defying the British and loyalists in battles for American independence. The decisions to have these two shows share a set and to include less than half of their short runs may not have been the most praiseworthy, but the vintage episodes have been satisfyingly restored and are joined by 2 solid featurettes. Read on...

December 9, 2005 - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe opens today in over 3,600 North American theaters. The film, a Disney/Walden co-production adapted from C.S. Lewis's much-celebrated 1950 novel, is a shoo-in for the claim of 2005's longest title and it's expected to be one of the year's top-grossing movies as well. Industry estimates put the well-reviewed Narnia on its way to $50 million or more over the weekend, which would qualify it as Disney's biggest opening of the year. The UD Shop has added a section of merchandise related to Disney's Narnia, a one-stop guide to all things Narnia, from Lewis's original books to movie companions, soundtracks, action figures, video games, and more. You can read more on the film on our Upcoming Movies page. has now added listings for The Shaggy Dog and The Shaggy D.A.. You can preorder both for under $28 and get free US shipping on these March 7th releases. See the press release for more on these DVDs...

Disney has confirmed that the next batch of Region 1 Studio Ghibli DVDs will arrive on March 7, 2006, a convenient two days after the 2005 Academy Awards, for which Hayao Miyazaki's latest production, Howl's Moving Castle, is expected to contend. Miyazaki's widely-adored 1988 drama My Neighbor Totoro will contain the English voice cast featurette "Behind the Microphone" with Dakota and Elle Fanning plus opening and closing animation sans credits. The Miyazaki-scripted, Yoshifumi Kondo-directed 1995 fantasy Whisper of the Heart will include Japanese trailers and TV spots plus "Behind the Microphone" with its English-speaking cast of Brittany Snow, Courtney Thorne-Smith, David Gallagher, and Cary Elwes. Additional bonus features on Howl's have yet to be announced. Each of the three titles in the next wave will be treated to a 2-disc set with a 16x9-enhanced widescreen transfer, the original Japanese audio and new Disney-supervised English dub, plus the entire film in storyboard form. You can now view high-res cover artwork for all three and preorder each right here.

December 7, 2005 - Later this month, Buena Vista Home Entertainment will re-release Miramax's 2002 Best Picture Oscar winner Chicago as The Razzle-Dazzle Edition, a fully loaded 2-disc set. We'll have a review of that in due time, but for now, we can share news from inside its case come on two related Disney DVD re-releases. Before Rob Marshall directed Chicago, he directed Annie (1999) and oversaw choreography on Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (1997). Both musicals were made for TV's "The Wonderful World of Disney" and both will be re-released as Musical Magic Edition DVDs in Summer 2006. Neither a more specific release date nor further details are available now. When they are, we'll let you know.

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December 6, 2005 - Twenty months after they were first announced for DVD release, Disney has placed 1959 live action comedy The Shaggy Dog and 1976 sequel The Shaggy D.A. back on the schedule. The two films will now make their format debuts on March 7th, 2006, just three days before the studio's Tim Allen-headlined remake opens in theaters. The specifications on the newly-issued press release look very similar to those before, with a few noteworthy exceptions. For one thing, Disney is apparently following other studio leads and using "themed" edition titles. Hence, these fairly special discs will be called The Shaggy Dog: The Wild & Woolly Edition and The Shaggy D.A.: The Canine Candidate Edition. (Pause for groans here.) First, the bad news: a making-of documentary previously announced for The Shaggy Dog has been dropped. Now, the good news: the original film will be presented two ways: 1) 1.75:1 anamorphic widescreen (in its theatrical black & white palette) and 2) a colorized 1.33:1 version (presumably open matte). The Shaggy D.A. will be presented exclusively in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen. Bonus features will include cast audio commentaries on both films, four featurettes (2 on each), and "10 additional minutes of footage" on the original film (which may just be a clever way to say the colorized version is missing 10 minutes from the theatrical cut). Click here for the full press release on twice the shaggy shenanigans as two of Disney's most notably absent live action films finally come to DVD.

Also now announced, though in a deliberately vague fashion, is the Remember the Titans: Director's Cut, arriving on March 14th. This is expected to put the current DVD's six deleted scenes back into the film, but the press release does not accurately reflect a difference in running time, nor does it make clear which (if any) of the many existing features will be retained.

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Our Gargoyles Giveaway has ended and five winners of the "Gargoyles" Season 2, Volume 1 DVD set have been selected and notified. They are as follows: Scavenger Hunt - Shawn, Pennsylvania and Lindsay, Minnesota; Caption This! - Justin, Florida; Gargoyles Trivia - Jason, California and Sarah, Connecticut. Thanks to all those who entered; without you, this wouldn't have been a very fun contest. For accepted answers to the trivia question and scavenger hunt plus a look at the best captions submitted, click here.

December 5, 2005 - Aaron Wallace has a review of Disneymania 3 in Concert, an hour-long DVD released by Walt Disney Records this fall. The program mixes musical performances at Disney's California Adventure theme park with interview footage of the artists. Among those featured are Disney Channel pop singers/actresses Raven-Symonι, Christy Carlson Romano, and The Cheetah Girls, all of whom cover hit songs from the studio's past animated features. This is the basic idea behind the Disneymania line and most of the program, which is marked by a pretty weak set of songs, musical repetition, factual inaccuracies, and no extras.

Disney has launched an official website for their upcoming documentary Roving Mars, which will open exclusively in IMAX theaters next month. For now, the site merely contains credits and the trailer.

We now have our first review of this week's new releases. Walt Disney Treasures: Disney Rarities holds 31 cartoons produced by Walt Disney from 1923 to 1962. What distinguishes them is that (with a few exceptions) they were not made as part of any long-running series and do not feature any of the studio's landmark personalities. As such, they have not received as much exposure as many of the shorts in Disney's canon, but most certainly deserve recognition. Though video quality and bonus features both leave room for improvement, the collection is a largely pleasing one. Some of the highlights include Oscar winners Ferdinand the Bull (1938) and Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (1953), 7 Alice comedies (which are among Walt's earliest creations), two fun shorts with Humphrey the Bear and Ranger Audubon J. Woodlore, and the memorable narratives Paul Bunyan, Ben and Me, and Noah's Ark. Read our full review.

December 3, 2005 - With the release of the fifth wave of Walt Disney Treasures just days away, Leonard Maltin, the host and supervisor of this much-praised and highly collectible DVD series, took a few moments to talk with UD. In An Interview with Leonard Maltin, the film historian and lifelong Disney fan answered our questions about next week's batch of tins, Song of the South, the future of the Treasures line and how a new home video format change could affect it, the current states of animation and cinema, what Treasures lines will be continued, and more. Read UD's full interview with Leonard Maltin.

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Our Upcoming Cover Art page has been updated with high-res artwork from next Valentine's Day Volume 1 DVDs of "Goof Troop" and "Quack Pack", slipcovered March 2006 Studio Ghibli sets My Neighbor Totoro and Whisper of the Heart, and The Rookie-lookalike The Greatest Game Ever Played.

December 2, 2005 - Fans of Touchstone's popular 1980s sitcom "The Golden Girls" have been thrice disappointed by Buena Vista's DVD releases of the show due to a lack of substantial supplements. These folks were recently thrown a bone when Warner Home Video released a low-priced disc compiling four episodes of cable network Lifetime's "Intimate Portrait" biography series profiling the leading "Golden Girls" ladies. UD's resident "Golden Girls" buff Aaron Wallace now has a review this DVD, The Golden Girls: Lifetime Intimate Portrait Series.

December is here and that means many things, including Christmas is coming! In honor of the forthcoming holiday, we have updated our Guide to Disney's Christmas Features, which reflects on how the season has been treated in 75 years worth of the studio's filmed entertainment. Our article covers early Mickey Mouse and Silly Symphony shorts, live action feature film outings like One Magic Christmas and The Santa Clause, video compilations and movies such as A Walt Disney Christmas and Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas, and everything in between, even Disney works with scenes which prominently feature the holiday. In addition, our up-to-date Disney's Christmas Features Checklist provides a list of the home video availability of the studio's holiday canon, with links to our reviews and to buy these titles on DVD or VHS.

December 1, 2005 - has received review copies of next week's Walt Disney Treasures sets, the fifth wave in the collector-friendly DVD series. A total of 125,000 copies have been printed for each of the four collections: The Chronological Donald, Volume Two, Disney Rarities, Elfego Baca • The Swamp Fox: Legendary Heroes, and The Adventures of Spin & Marty. We're currently going through these and hope to bring you reviews plus a special treat in the days ahead. In the meantime, you can browse contents lists, see stills and package artwork, and read overviews for the new set of tins on our up-to-date Walt Disney Treasures Page.

Our final review of this week's releases covers Muppet Treasure Island: Kermit's 50th Anniversary Edition. While Disney has finally given this 1996 musical/comedy/adventure a widescreen transfer, they've also given it another fullscreen one too, which entails the loss of the more than two hours of bonus features that accompanied the film's original DVD. The film doesn't compare with the Muppets' previous literary adaptation or their best big screen work, but it does deliver a steady flow of memorable music and hearty laughs. Read our full review.

Following yesterday's three-week bump of The Greatest Game Ever Played, Disney has done the same for their Region 1 debut of Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin. The 1997 direct-to-video sequel will now street on April 4, 2006. Could these two moves be to clear way for the anticipated March DVD release of Disney's top-grossing film of 2005 Chicken Little? Time will tell.

Recent Disney DVD Reviews:
• The Muppet Christmas Carol - The gang's beloved adaptation of Dickens' timeless tale finally gets a great widescreen presentation. Including a pan-and-scan version again results in the loss of a fine making-of featurette and relegates the commentary and oft-restored song to cropped viewing.
• The Great Muppet Caper - Little detectable difference in picture/sound and only one forgettable bonus do not this disc an upgrade, but the funny and engrossing movie garners a high recommendation for those who don't have it.
• The Muppet Movie: Kermit's 50th Anniversary Edition - The gang's debut big screen outing endures as top-notch entertainment for viewers of all ages to enjoy. Disney's re-release offers minimal picture improvement and a downgrade in extras.
• Sky High - Funny, clever, and a pleasant surprise with wide appeal. Light on bonus features, but the DVD delivers first-rate picture and sound for a movie worth re-watching.
• "Tales from Avonlea" The Complete First Season - Loosely adapted from the writings of L.M. Montgomery, this hour-long Disney Channel period drama consistently pleases with its character-driven small town stories. Disney's 1 set is less than half the price of the Canadian equivalent, but it disappoints in nearly every other regard, with remarkably weak picture and sound, nary a bonus feature to be found, and several minutes trimmed from most episodes.
• Old Yeller: 2-Movie Collection - Pairs up beloved 1957 family drama with its little-seen 1963 sequel Savage Sam. Most would do better with the original film's terrific 2-disc Vault Disney set, as this new higher-priced set loses the cast commentary, lowers the average bitrate with extra compression, and only adds the same already-available lackluster presentation of an unsatisfying sequel.

Recent Touchstone DVD Reviews:
• "The Golden Girls" The Complete Third Season - In spite of perhaps too strong a reliance on flashbacks, the 25 episodes hold up as a delightful collection, but Buena Vista's 3-disc set again stumbles with acceptable but imperfect picture and sound, plus a poor excuse for bonus features.
• "Home Improvement" The Complete Third Season - Laughs flow steadily in the series' top-rated season. Disney's set delivers fine video/audio quality plus commendable design and packaging, but again comes up short in extras. Still, at $1 per episode, this is a satisfying collection no sitcom fan should be without.

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