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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2012 3:19 am 
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August 7th in the U.S., according to the booklet in the "Lady and the Tramp" Diamond Edition. http://www.highdefdiscnews.com/?p=72739


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August 7th in the U.S., according to the booklet in the "Lady and the Tramp" Diamond Edition. http://www.highdefdiscnews.com/?p=72739


Thanks for the news! Let's hope the Blu-ray cover will be at least as descent as the image in the booklet.

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I hope they don't change the title card. I love the red and the long R. Do you guys think they'll just leave the Special Edition out for anyone who wants it on DVD like Alice? Although the Aristocats says "not available" on the website.


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Scan of the Canadian Booklet Page

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What does Les Fees translate into?

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"The Fairies".

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I Googled it. And with Disney in the title. But, didn't get a movie title or any translation from what it used to be in English.

Does that mean... Tinkerbell?

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I Googled it. And with Disney in the title. But, didn't get a movie title or any translation from what it used to be in English.

Does that mean... Tinkerbell?


What are you talking about? :? This is the Aristocats thread. Where did you see "les fees"?

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What are you talking about? :? This is the Aristocats thread. Where did you see "les fees"?

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^Oh. I thought you were referring to the above image of the booklet hence the confusion.

To answer your initial question, that is the logo of the "Disney Fairies" line. In August, the new Tinker Bell movie "Secret of the Wings" will premiere in France. In the U.S it will come out in the Fall.

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I saw the preview on the Blu-ray of Lady and the Tramp on my 23-inch HDTV and I have to say the scenes from the movie looked REALLY grainy. All I can say is that I really hope that they give the movie a extraordinary restoration job.


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My local cinema is airing a heap of Disney movies (Lady and the Tramp, Dumbo, Bambi, Aristocats, The Fox and The Hound and Beauty and the Beast 3D) and found this

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I think its the blu-ray cover!

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OMG. The most beautiful one :o :o :o


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That artwork is pretty neat! I love how all the non-Daimond Blu-ray's are turning up with superior artwork.


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I really like that image, but I wish that Thomas and Duchess were a bit smaller to reveal more of that Paris skyline we got in the original image used for the booklet and to balance out the kittens size. I think the kittens are perfect in size, and I'd prefer Tom and Duchess to be relative size to them.

That's also a poster size, so I wonder what this image would look like sized down to the dimensions of a blu-ray cover.


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:headshake: The artists Disney hire seem to have a fetish for over-shading the characters on their DVD covers. What happened to flat lighting?

And Tom and Duchess are off-model.


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:headshake: The artists Disney hire seem to have a fetish for over-shading the characters on their DVD covers. What happened to flat lighting?

That's been a tradition of theirs since the early days of home video.

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And Tom and Duchess are off-model.

Another tradition! :D

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only the Duchess is slightly off-model, Tom is fine. and the shadows give depth.. come on guys, the artwork is gorgeous, stop complaining about everything :)


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Warners' Looney Tunes Super Stars DVD covers feature cartoon characters with no shading, and I love them. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck look the way they do in the films. Wish Disney would grow a testicle and try that some time. :P


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To be honest, I'm so sick of hearing the term "off-model" being thrown around. :lol: And I would personally prefer flats simply because they'd carry the feel of the films more.

Not that complaining does much of anything good. :p

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