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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 7:50 pm 
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<center><b><u>ARRIVING ON DVD FOR THE HOLIDAYS 2005</u>

DISNEY PRINCESS
A CHRISTMAS OF ENCHANTMENT


<u>Available November 1, 2005</u></b></center>

BURBANK, Calif., October 7, 2005 – Walt Disney Home Entertainment presents <b>DISNEY PRINCESS:
A CHRISTMAS OF ENCHANTMENT</b>, a wondrous holiday DVD of music and magic where your
favorite Disney Princesses have gathered for their first-ever holiday spectacular. Enjoy the best seat in
the house as you share holiday stories, songs and surprises with Ariel, Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, Jasmine
and Snow White. Join Aurora as she waltzes to the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.” Read along with
Ariel as she tells a heartwarming tale about her very first Christmas, and learn how Belle brought hope
and holiday cheer to Beast. Plus, as a special treat, the Disney Princesses perform an all-new song that
celebrates the beauty of the season. Invite your little princess to join in this dazzling dream come true
with all her favorite characters. Available for $19.99 (DVD S.R.P.) and $19.99 (VHS S.R.P.).

<b><u>DVD bonus materials:</b></u>
• Virtual Snowglobe Maker
• Snowglobe Screensaver DVD-ROM

<b><u>STREET DATE: November 1, 2005</b></u>
<u>Direct prebook</u>: September 6
<u>Distributor prebook</u>: September 20
<u>Suggested retail price</u>: $19.99 (DVD), $19.99 (VHS)
<u>Rated</u>: Not Rated
<u>Feature running time</u>: Approximately 60 minutes
Bonus Materials Not Rated and Subject to Change.
<u>DVD aspect ratio</u>: 1.33:1 formatted 4x3
<u>DVD Sound</u>: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
<u>Language</u>: English audio, French audio

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<a href="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/princess-christmas.html">Read our <b>Disney Princess: A Christmas of Enchantment</b> DVD Review




<b><u>Menus & Stills</b></u>

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Main & Bonus Features Menus

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Six Disney princesses come together to sing a brand new holiday song.

<img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/d-f/dpacoe6.jpg"> <img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/d-f/dpacoe5.jpg"> <img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/d-f/dpacoe4.jpg">
Left: The Menu for Ariel's Holiday Storybook. Center: Cinderella (with the prince) shares her favorite Christmas story. Right: The Menu for the Virtual Snowglobe Maker activity.

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Left: Ariel, Cinderella, and Jasmine in the menus for the Virtual Snowglobe Maker Game.</center>

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Buy <b>Disney Princess: A Christmas of Enchantment</b> on DVD from Amazon.com</a>

<a href="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/princess-christmas.html">Read our <b>Disney Princess: A Christmas of Enchantment</b> DVD Review


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.


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Luke is on fire.... with his posts...but as fire burns I'm not in a rush to get this DVD.

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Well, there might even be a bit of a spark if there was a bit more info...

For this, I've been expecting a batch of those new Princess story-book "shorts" based on the Princesses' stories in "Disney's Christmas Storybook".

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Luke is on fire.... with his posts...but as fire burns I'm not in a rush to get this DVD.

:lol:

What is it with all this stuff aimed for children? Disney Channel junk, princess stuff, Sing A Long Songs and Playhouse Disney stuff...


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I'm actually looking forward to this!..........................have I gone that crazy!? :lol: I'm wanting more info, though. I don't really want one of other Disney Princess- Princess Stories DVDs with those bad shorts on them. Even if they are shorts, I want some creative ones with some good animation and above average storylines. I might sound stupid ranting about Disney Princesses this way, but I take this kind of stuff pretty seriously! :lol: And I know that that's sad.
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Excluding Belle, what Christmas stories are there about the princesses?? I hope they make real animated shorts. I hate these storybook things on the Princess Stories.

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pricess stuff again? i guess little girls are a big part of the costumers
i just wish they made stuff like heroe or adventurers( like the disney store toys)
and i would buy it even though " i'm a big kid no" i woukdn't care i bought some of the heroe toys not too long ago and i'm still cool 8)


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I feel like barfing. Enough with the princess festival already! :roll:

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Just so long as there's no Mulan material on it. They can try to shoehorn it down our throats all they want, but Mulan is not a princess. You want me to acknowledge Mulan as a princess, have Shang overthrow the emperor and take the throne.[/b]


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may be i'll buy it for my little cousin's christmas present :santa:

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Just so long as there's no Mulan material on it. They can try to shoehorn it down our throats all they want, but Mulan is not a princess. You want me to acknowledge Mulan as a princess, have Shang overthrow the emperor and take the throne.[/b]

It was weird enough when Mulan was included in the lineup for Disney on Ice "Princess Classics".

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Just so long as there's no Mulan material on it. They can try to shoehorn it down our throats all they want, but Mulan is not a princess. You want me to acknowledge Mulan as a princess, have Shang overthrow the emperor and take the throne.[/b]

It was weird enough when Mulan was included in the lineup for Disney on Ice "Princess Classics".


Like I've said before, the ancient Chinese monarchy was very different from European monarchies. This could be an instance where Mulan, an obviously important figure of the time, was referred to as a "Princess of China" in the sense where she was a looked to political figure. Of course, nowhere is this mentioned in the actual Disney movie, but you could just use you imagination. I would rather have Mulan in the princess line-up than Esmerelda, Megara, Alice, Wendy, or Tinker-Bell. :roll:

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well, @ the end of alice in wonderland, the lady says " let's go home" or something like thatm, and then the shot leads us to a castle, may be she is a princess.

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may be i'll buy it for my little cousin's christmas present :santa:

That's mostly what I've been doing. I can't buy this Princess stuff for myself so I'm showering my little 3-year-old cousin with it. 8)

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At least Disney is sending out a good clean cut message as opposed to...Bratz? My Scene? B.S. Federline?

Back to the DVD, I doubt I'll buy it, unless somehow I turn into a 7 year old girl...

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well, @ the end of alice in wonderland, the lady says " let's go home" or something like thatm, and then the shot leads us to a castle, may be she is a princess.


Erm...isn't that a church that we see in the background. I guess that's kind of a castle for God, so if Alice is heading there, that makes her...the Disney Princess Nun? Cool! I can't wait to see the Disney Princess line get religious! :P :D

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Why is Disney coming up with this idea? I've never seen a Princess movie before. The Disney Princess came up with a film entitled "A Christmas of Enchantment". It features the Disney Princess from several of Disney animated classics. I always love animated films as well as classics like "Snow White", "Cinderella" and so on. It came out with accessories and stuff that aimed at little girls. I'm not super familiar of buying young women's stuff made by the Disney Princess. I have DVD's like "Snow White" and "Cinderella". "The Christmas of Enchantment" starring the Disney Princess is an animated film that it would add it to my Christmas film collection along with such great claasics that were not Disney like "Miracle on 34th Street" and "It's a Wonderful Life". Will see what happens.

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Bumping this thread to point out that nine new stills have been added to the initial post.


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They've resorted to CLIP ART? Oy. That overshadows the fact that "Wow, they FINALLY remembered that Ariel and Jasmine have princess dresses, too!" (Excited to see Jasmine's lavender gown and Ariel's pink one...we've still got "Cindy," the Cinderella imposter with her bleached hair and dark blue gown, and Aurora in pink, but eh.)

A little confused as to why Jasmine is on the cover of this one. And I heard that the album released to coincide with this DVD has Christmas songs by Mulan and Pocahontas...this also makes me go, "Huh?"

I may pick it up if I hear that Ariel's new vignette is any good. We'll see. I still stand by the fact that the Disney Princess characters are infinitely cooler, smarter, and overall more interesting than almost anything in the Disney Princess product line.


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Bumping to note Renata's new review:
http://www.ultimatedisney.com/princess-christmas.html

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