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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2005 10:19 pm 
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I wonder what newbies think of this thread.

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I wonder what newbies think of this thread.

Noob: Hey, what's wrong with slipcovers? They're GREAT! Why don't I have an avatar? Who's this Luke guy? Where did these people get those twisted stories about Sleeping Beauty! Why are they adding things to the Disney original?

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Okay, more specs for my "Into the Archives" series...

The Little Mermaid
Disc 1: Movie, Audio Commentary, Music Video, Merbabies short, Adventure Game Part 1
Disc 2: Deleted Scenes, New Making of (a hybrid between Aladdin and Mary Poppins one being 1-2 hours long), Featurette on Kay Neilsen and Walt's original concept for a Hans Christian Andersen film, Galleries, Publicity (trailers, TV Spots, scrapbook), Deconstruction of a scene, Adventure Game Part 2, DVD ROM Content
Disc 3: Introduction, BBC Promotional Documentary on Disney Fairy Tales (I believe around 1990, this was broadcast to promote the UK release), Original 1989 Making of, Song Demos, Animator/Actor profiles
Extra Stuff: Poster replica, Certificate of authenticity

Beauty and the Beast
Disc 1: Special Edition cut, Audio Commentary, Music Videos, General Fluff
Disc 2: Original Theatrical Cut, Pop up facts, New indepth making of, Galleries, Publicity, Documentary on Disney and classic stories (more indepth than "Story behind the Story"), Deleted Scenes, Deconstruction of scene
Disc 3: Work in progress cut, Audio Commentary, Original 1991 Making of, Song Demos, Reviews (still frames), Early presentation reel, Original Fairy Tale (still frames)
Extra Stuff: Original production artwork replica, Certificate of authenticity

Peter Pan
Disc 1: Movie, Audio Commentary, Music Video, Two games
Disc 2: New Making of, Peter Pan Story, Nine Old Men featurette off French set, Publicity, Galleries, Restoration featurette, Deleted Scenes, Live Action Reference, Playfull Pan short, DVD ROM content
Disc 3: Introduction, 1924 Silent Version, Song Demos, Disney Christmas Special, Vintage Audio Tracks off laserdisc
Extra Stuff: Poster replica, Certificate of authenticity

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The Special MaltinMoralizing Edition line. Every five minutes the film is interupted by Leonard Matlin to apologize for any wrong behavoir. You can't use the chapter skip or FF button as well.

First of course Song Of The South

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The Special MaltinMoralizing Edition line. Every five minutes the film is interupted by Leonard Matlin to apologize for any wrong behavoir. You can't use the chapter skip or FF button as well.

First of course Song Of The South


Various Interruptions by Leonard Maltin:

Leonard Maltin: Look at the grandfather clock. I heard that it was burned down in a fire a few years later, so let's take a moment and remember it.

Leonard Maltin: The group of black workers gathering around for a song is not racist. It's just a lot of jolly old fun and I love watching it.

Leonard Maltin: It's speculated that Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah is really a secret code language for a secret white supremacy organization that quickly fizzled to nothing in the late 1940s. Unfortunately, no one believes this theory so why am I talkig about it?

Leonard Maltin: In this scene, we see Johnny and his lace collar. This is not in any way important, except that it looks freakishly gay.

Leonard Maltin: The tar baby is racist apparently, by people who see it as racist, when in actuality, is just another ploy Br'er Fox is using to catch Br'er Rabbit.

Leonard Maltin: Here we see Ginny pushed into the mud. Boy is her mother gonna get mad that her former wedding dress is so dirty!

Leonard Maltin: Defying the laws of physics and every other law imaginable, the animated characters suddenly end up in the real world. Also noticeable is that Toby has no shoes.

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some of the original story stuff is true, such as with Cinderella, but Pinocchio didn't get hanged did he? And Aurora didn't get raped, right?

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GhostHost wrote:
some of the original story stuff is true, such as with Cinderella, but Pinocchio didn't get hanged did he? And Aurora didn't get raped, right?


Well, in the original story of Pinocchio, the little puppet did get hanged but I think Carlo Collodi(the guy who wrote the original story) changed the ending before he died with the now famos one with Pinoke turning into a real boy.If you want you can read the original story here http://www139.pair.com/read/C_Collodi/T ... Pinocchio/. It's the ending with him turning into a human boy.

As for Sleeping Beauty, I heard it numerous times that she got raped in the original fairy tale. In a another verison, Aurora slept for a hundred years which is the one I grown up hearing. I don't much about the original Sleeping Beauty so I'm sorry if I don't know what I'm talking about. Hopes this helps. :)

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Wonderlicious wrote:
Okay, more specs for my "Into the Archives" series...

The Little Mermaid
BBC Promotional Documentary on Disney Fairy Tales (I believe around 1990, this was broadcast to promote the UK release)


It was around the time of Beauty And The Beast and it featured some early footage of the escape over a sea of lava from Allllaaaaddddinnnn.

On the UK TV documentary front I'd like to see Hercules with the South Bank Show about Gerald Scarfe's involvement in the character design.

Don't think we'll see either as it would involve Disney having to pay out some sort of copyright payment to use the footage (and I seem to recall the Scarfe documentary including some footage from Pink Floyd's The Wall)

And I'd like to see a "music only" track for the films. This could be accompanied with some subtitles providing some background information.


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Timon/Pumba fan wrote:
Slipcover Trailers and t.v. spots: See trailers and t.v. spots for these slipcovers!

Out of the vault for the first time in years...

(picture of wrinkled and torn slipcover)

Digitally restored and reprinted!

(before/after clips of a slipcover)

With the same opening like a book features!

(opens...like a book)

Beauty and the Beast: The Slipcover!

(Show's a picture of people worshiping a slipcover)

also features Beauty and the Beast the animated classic at no extra charge.


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:lol: :lol: :lol: Why would this not suprise me? :P

I think that Disney should release all its classics; one every two months!...i don't think my bank account would be too happy though.

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