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<font size="5"><u>FIRST TIME EVER ON DISNEY DVD OCTOBER 5</u></font>
<br><font size="7">ALADDIN</font>
<br><font size="4">2-DISC SPECIAL EDITION</font>
<font size="3">
A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF PICTURE & SOUND:
<i>Newly Restored, First Ever Digital Presentation
With 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix</i>

A WHOLE NEW WORLD REVEALED
<i>Features Deleted Song From Academy Award®
Winning Songwriters Howard Ashman and Alan Menken and MORE</i>

A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF FUN & GAMES
<i>Thrilling Virtual DVD Magic Carpet Ride, Hysterical Inside The Genie’s Lamp 3-D Tour,
All-New Games, and MORE</i></font></center>

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BURBANK, Calif., February 9, 2004 – The wait is over, your wish has been granted! For the first time ever,
Disney’s animated classic <b>ALADDIN</b> is available as a “<b>Platinum Edition</b>” 2-Disc <b>SPECIAL EDITION</b> DVD set
and special <b>Collector’s DVD Gift Set</b> from Walt Disney Home Entertainment on <b>October 5</b>. Unavailable in any
form for over ten years, this double Academy Award®* winning magic carpet ride is presented for the first in a
digital format in a magical 2-Disc set with a huge menu of bonus features. The <b>ALADDIN SPECIAL EDITION</b>
DVD includes the deleted song “Proud Of Your Boy” by Oscar®-winning** songwriters Howard Ashman and
Alan Menken; a wild virtual DVD carpet ride with all-new animation and stunning 5.1 Surround Sound; deleted
scenes, never-before-seen “Aladdin” movie secrets, a hilarious 3-D tour of the Genie’s lamp, games that extend the
movie experience, Genie musical postcards, sing along songs, all new music videos, and MUCH more (see
attached). Plus, the special <b>Collector’s DVD Gift Set</b>, available day and date, offers even more treasure for the
Aladdin fan who must have it all.

Designed specifically for the best possible home theater experience, the stunning <b>ALADDIN SPECIAL EDITION</b>
DVD features the very finest in audio quality with the all-new 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix. This is
absolutely the most exciting way to hear one of Disney’s most outstanding musical masterpieces.
Disney 2-Disc DVD: $29.99 (S.R.P.). VHS: $24.99 (S.R.P.). Collector’s DVD Gift Set: $49.99 (S.R.P.). Please
read on for details! Available for a limited time!

<center><b><u>A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF <i>PICTURE AND SOUND</i></center></u></b>

The <b>ALADDIN SPECIAL EDITION 2-DISC DVD</b> is restored and remastered for this first-ever digital
presentation – giving the public a new and enhanced Aladdin experience with increased crispness and clarity. In
some instances characters were redrawn adding more facial detail to accommodate the sharper DVD image quality.
Background colors in many scenes were enhanced both for color and for detail - all under the supervision of Disney
Feature Animation and members of the original creative team.

Designed specifically for home theater systems, this sparkling DVD features the very finest in audio quality with
the all-new 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix. This is the absolute best way to see and hear this outstanding
masterpiece.

• <b>All-new 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix</b>. Engineered to create a more dynamic and spatially
enhanced audio-sensory experience and designed specifically for home theater systems.
• <b>Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound</b>
• <b>THX Certified</b>
• <b>Widescreen (1.66:1) Enhanced for 16x9 televisions</b>

<center><b><u>A WHOLE NEW WORLD <i>REVEALED</i></center></u></b>

Experience the magic behind the masterpiece with never-before-seen movie secrets; making-of feature; the first-ever
comprehensive look at the making of <b>ALADDIN</b>; rare deleted scenes and more. The Academy Award®
winning* music for <b>ALADDIN</b> is now joined on DVD by the deleted song “Proud Of Your Boy,” a gem from the
Disney vault by legendary Oscar®-winning** Disney songwriters Howard Ashman and Alan Menken.

• <b>“Proud Of Your Boy”</b>
The deleted song “Proud Of Your Boy” was originally composed for Aladdin and is recovered from the Disney
vault. This song is one of the last collaborations by renowned composers Howard Ashman and Alan Menken.

• <b>Rare deleted scenes</b>
• <b>2 Audio Commentaries</b>
• <b>Featuring the filmmakers</b>
• <b>The Making of ALADDIN</b>
Includes never-before-seen movie secrets. A break thorough navigation system allows the viewer to watch the
“making of” in a linear fashion or to branch out and delve deeper into areas of interest. Whichever experience is
chosen, the viewer will be delighted.
• <b>ALADDIN art review</b>
• <b>Listen as key artists give you insights into the magic of animating Aladdin</b>
• <b>New and original music videos</b>

<center><b><u>A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF <i>FUN AND GAMES</i></center></u></b>

<b>ALADDIN SPECIAL EDITION 2-DISC DVD</b> includes the gravity-defying virtual DVD carpet ride “Aladdin’s
Magic Carpet” with all-new animation; hilarious tours with the Genie; hysterical inside look at the Genie’s lamp,
games that extend the movie experience, sing along songs, all-new music videos, Fun Facts Pop-Up trivia track and
much more.

• <b>Disney’s Virtual DVD Ride: Aladdin’s Magic Carpet</b>
A thrilling, gravity-defying magic carpet ride that allows players to be transported to Agrabah with Aladdin on
a quest to save Jasmine – featuring all-new animation and stunning 5.1 Surround Sound.

• <b>Inside The Genie’s Lamp</b>
Take a hysterical 3-D tour and get a never-before-seen inside look at the Genie’s “pad.” Who would have
thought the Genie had a billiard table at home?

• <b>Genie’s Magical Journey</b>
Based on the film’s original end credit concept. Take a hilarious, action-packed trip around the world with the
Genie and see what happened after he was released from the lamp.

• <b>The Bizarre Bazaar Game</b>
A fun and challenging game in which you must guess the mystery ware that the street merchant places before
you.

• <b>FUN FACTS POP UP Track</b>
Watch ALADDIN in the special “Trivia Mode” to learn fun facts about the film.

• <b>Disney Song Selection</b>
Sing along to your favorite songs as the words pop up on screen. Including “Friend Like Me”, “A Whole New
World”, “Price Ali”

• <b>Music Videos</b>
All-New recording of “A Whole New World” by the Disney Channel Circle of Stars

• <b>And Much More</b>

<center><b><u>ALADDIN SPECIAL EDITION
COLLECTOR’S DVD GIFT SET</center></b></u>

This is the must-have collection that every fan will want. In addition to the 2-Disc DVD and its bonus materials,
the set includes:

• <b>All-new sketches by the original animators</b>
• <b>Highly collectible, actual film frame from the movie</b>
• <b>DVD Companion Book</b>
Experience the magic behind this animated masterpiece.

<center><b><u>ABOUT THE RESTORATION</center></b></u>

The <b>ALADDIN SPECIAL EDITION 2-DISC DVD</b> offers the highest quality digital presentation with enhanced
picture available, with an All-New 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix – creating a more dynamic surround
sense experience. For the Special Edition, <b>ALADDIN</b> has been meticulously and painstakingly reformatted one
frame at a time, working from the film’s original digitally stored files.
Led by a filmmaking team from Disney’s famed Feature Animation division, a group of Disney’s top artists and
technicians launched a major effort to remove dust and dirt, add detail and provide the home viewer with a digital
picture and sound that is the finest possible.

<center><b><u>THE MUSIC</center></b></u>

The legendary Disney composer Alan Menken worked with both lyricists Howard Ashman and Tim Rice on
<b>ALADDIN</b>. Menken won the 1992 Academy Award for <b>ALADDIN</b> for Best Original Score. Menken and Rice
won the 1992 Best Music (Song) Oscar for <b>ALADDIN</b>’s inspiring song “A Whole New World.” The
outstanding musical contributions in the film include such beloved songs as the lively “Friend Like Me” and the
upbeat “Prince Ali.” Ashman and Menken also collaborated and won Oscars for their work on the Disney
classics “<i>Beauty and the Beast</i>” and “<i>The Little Mermaid</i>.” Alan Menken holds eight Oscars to date.

<center><b><u>CAST AND FILMMAKERS</center></b></u>

<b>ALADDIN</b>stellar cast includes Scott Weinger (“<i>Mickey’s House of Villains</i>”) as Aladdin, Linda Larkin (TV’s
“<i>House of Mouse</i>”) as Princess Jasmine, Jonathan Freeman (“<i>The Ice Storm</i>”) as the wicked vizier Jafar, and
comedian Gilbert Gottfried as Iago the Parrot. Lea Salonga (Broadway’s “Miss Saigon”) and Brad Kane provide
the stellar singing voices of Jasmine and Aladdin.
ALADDIN is produced and directed by John Musker and Ron Clements, the same team that produced/directed the
Disney classic “<i>The Little Mermaid</i>.” Musker and Clements also co-wrote the film with Ted Elliot & Terry Rossio,
writers of Disney’s “<i>Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of The Black Pearl</i>.”

<b><u>Street Date</u>: October 5, 2004</b>
<u>Feature running time</u>: Approximately 90 minutes
<u>DVD aspect ratio</u>: 1.66:1 (widescreen) Original Animated Aspect Ratio
Enhanced for 16x9 screens
<u>Suggested retail price</u>: $29.99 DVD. $24.99 VHS.
Collector’s Gift Set: $49.99 (DVD only).
<u>Rated</u>: “G” General Audiences
<u>Bonus material</u>: Not Rated. Bonus material subject to change.
<u>Sound</u>: All-new 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
THX certified
<u>Direct Prebook</u>: July 27
<u>Distributor Prebook</u>: August 10

<b>ALADDIN</b> is Disney’s spectacular version of the classic Arabian Nights fairy tale. Set in the mythical city of
Agrabah, the story follows a street-smart teen, Aladdin, and his mischievous pet monkey, Abu. Aladdin falls in
love with the free-spirited Princess Jasmine, despite a law that says she can only wed a royal suitor. His luck
changes with one rub of the magic lamp, releasing the shape-shifting, fun-loving, wish-giving Genie, who turns
Aladdin into a Prince. But the evil vizier, Jafar, and his wisecracking parrot, Iago, also crave the lamp’s power. If
Aladdin is to defeat them and win Jasmine’s heart, he must learn to be himself – with a little help from his big blue
buddy, the Genie.

Walt Disney Home Entertainment is distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc., a recognized industry
leader. Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc. is the marketing, sales and distribution company for Walt Disney,
Touchstone, Miramax, Dimension and Buena Vista videocassettes and DVDs.

* ALADDIN ACADEMY AWARDS®
Best Music, Original Score 1992 Alan Menken
Best Music, Song “A Whole New World” 1992 Alan Menken and Tim
Rice
** Academy Award® wins for the collaboration of Howard Ashman &
Alan Menken:
Best Music, Song “Beauty And The Beast” from BEAUTY AND THE
BEAST 1991
Best Music, Song “Under The Sea” from THE LITTLE MERMAID 1989



<b><font size="4">PRE-ORDER FROM AMAZON...</font></b>

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<b><font size="4"><a href="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/aladdin.html">Read our Aladdin DVD Review</a></b></font>


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finally :lol: wow...sounds great to me...although it focuses on the kiddie fluff too much... where are the REAL extras?..im sure they're there...somewhere.


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• Music Videos
All-New recording of “A Whole New World” by the Disney Channel Circle of Stars

That is the one thing I could do without. It was just so bloody awful on the Lion King DVD. It cannot be any better on my Aladdin. They are butchering the classics! Just because you are on a Disney Channel show that does not mean you can sing! :x


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All-New recording of “A Whole New World” by the Disney Channel Circle of Stars

That is the one thing I could do without. It was just so bloody awful on the Lion King DVD. It cannot be any better on my Aladdin. They are butchering the classics! Just because you are on a Disney Channel show that does not mean you can sing! :x


nor does it mean you deserve to be on a 2-disc dvd of a classic box office champ like Aladdin.... :x


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Disney's Aladdin DVD Press Release (Real One)


:lol: You have to admit that in some areas, my press release was dead on.

Well, I'd just like to commend Disney for at least acknowledging that changes were made to the film instead of just calling it the "Original Version". Looks like they listened to angry Disney fan's complaints about TLK. I'm stick ticked that they're only releasing the changed version though.

Well, this is certainly looking like a major step up from the previous 2 Platinum Releases, but of course, not reaching Snow White. The making-of now looks to be pretty good, although I still expect something along the lines of the Cogsworth and Lumier section of BATB's DVD. The games looks more creative and better-than-normal too.

I may just have to get the box set this time. I love collectible film cels, and I have zero Aladdin memorabilia.

Definately looking forward to this! Thanks for posting this ASAP, Luke!


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i'm surprised that they are not including a feature on Aladdin, the musical that is currently playing at the Hyperion theatre at Disney California Adventure. clips from the live musical performance would have been nice as well as the information on the additional songs they added to the musical.


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Oh no! The stupid "Disney Channel Circle of Stars" is going to destroy another song??? :evil: :evil: :evil: Raven?????? Oralando Brown??? A.J. Trauth (Is that his name)??? Remove those two and it might, I said might, be acceptable, not okay, but acceptable. Raven really stinks at singing, specially when she and Orlando get "groovy". So I hope they get the flu during its production.

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oh-oh!! no galleries??.. I hope they are in the "much more" subject. :lol:

anyway, this DVD looks way better than Beauty and the Beast and of course Lion King...let's hope that "original navigation system" isn't confusing and repetitive with very short featuretes.

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NO!
They did it!

They got again the "Disney Channel Circle of Stars" to perform a Whole New World...

Is it just me? or everyone thinks it all seems like a dissapointing release like The Lion King? (speaking just of extra features, not the film itself)

Well, at least we'll get Digital Restoration and DTS.


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Anyway this cover looks more like the Masterpiece Edition line than Platinum, it doesn't have any label on the top like the other Platinums do... I don't like this cover, I do hope they change it into a more Platinum style...

http://www.ultimatedisney.com/

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I think this generally sounds like a better DVD than Lion King and about on-par with Beauty and the Beast. I mean, we get 2 (!!) commentaries, a pop-up fact track, a documentary with a special branching feature, deleted scenes, virtual galleries (the press release doesn't mention it, but the other list did), the original music video (I'm ignoring the Disney Channel crap), and trailers. That all sounds like the makings of a good DVD to me. The kiddie games actually sound fairly interesting and it seems more effort was put into them than usual for this release. Overall, I'm excited for this release, and can't wait to own it.

Tangela-Where'd you get that cover art from? You're right in saying it doesn't really look Platinum-ish, though it looks good to me (despite the fact that it's the size of a stamp). It has the Walt Disney Classics logo at the top that the UK covers have, and if I'm not mistaken the UK platinums aren't actually called platinums, so this may just be an international cover. I just hope that the final U.S. cover has the platinum banner on it...

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Disneykid wrote:
Tangela-Where'd you get that cover art from? You're right in saying it doesn't really look Platinum-ish, though it looks good to me (despite the fact that it's the size of a stamp). It has the Walt Disney Classics logo at the top that the UK covers have, and if I'm not mistaken the UK platinums aren't actually called platinums, so this may just be an international cover. I just hope that the final U.S. cover has the platinum banner on it...


Luke posted it on the UltimateDisney Home page.
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Also, the title looks like the one Alice in Wonderland has, doesn't it?
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Ah, yes, I just now noticed it's on the main page. The title is fine because each Disney movie has its own little banner around its logo on the cover, and Aladdin's just happens to be similar (but not identical) to Alice's. What seems un-Platinum-ish about the cover to me is the fact that Aladdin's not the main focus on the cover, with the other characters smaller and in the foreground which is the case with the previous three platinums. I'm not surprised, though, because the Genie's the main focus of every Aladdin-related artwork. Either way, I like the cover and I really want to see the full fized one.

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Ah, yes, I just now noticed it's on the main page. The title is fine because each Disney movie has its own little banner around its logo on the cover, and Aladdin's just happens to be similar (but not identical) to Alice's. What seems un-Platinum-ish about the cover to me is the fact that Aladdin's not the main focus on the cover, with the other characters smaller and in the foreground which is the case with the previous three platinums. I'm not surprised, though, because the Genie's the main focus of every Aladdin-related artwork. Either way, I like the cover and I really want to see the full fized one.


And yet there are STRICT rules that Genie cannot occupy more than 23% of any promotional Aladdin artwork.


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oh-oh!! no galleries??.. I hope they are in the "much more" subject. :lol:

Yea I hope so too :)
I am already anticipating this dvd :D I'm not too big on the current cover art though, I hope it will change :lol: All the stuff on it look great!!!! 8)

On a side note, I'm also really happy to hear of the Princess Sing-along Songs dvd! (I posted it here cause I know more people will read this thread! :lol: ) I really like the cover art, but I don't know why it's in black and white :roll:

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And yet there are STRICT rules that Genie cannot occupy more than 23% of any promotional Aladdin artwork.

Thats very interesting. Could somebody please explain that one to me? :?


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It sounds like Aladdin will be a great Platinum Edition DVD.
All the new extras and the restored film sound really good.
I going to buy two of the Aladdin.
Why do the Disney Channel stars have to mess up a classic song. :x

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And yet there are STRICT rules that Genie cannot occupy more than 23% of any promotional Aladdin artwork.

Thats very interesting. Could somebody please explain that one to me? :?


I think that was just one of Luke's jokes, :lol: . Normally, the genie always takes most of the space in the aladdin covers, so I guess Luke's just saying that he shouldn't take up more than about 1/4 (I know math, wow! ;) ) in the cover, just a joke. Not one of his best though... :lol:

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very nice aladdin dvd it looks it might top the charts and i can't wait see proud of your boy now will it be in the moive with a new scence or as a speical feature now will stores start taking preoders for it

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