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#1 of 56 OFFLINE   Gui A

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Posted June 06 2001 - 05:49 PM

from: http://disney.go.com...._features.html

DISC ONE:

THE FILM


VIP Tour Of Disc One
The Making Of Walt Disney's "Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs"
All-New Rendition Of "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Performed By Barbra Streisand!
"Heigh-Ho": Karaoke Or Sing-Along
"The Goddess Of Spring"--Silly Symphony Animated Short
Audio Commentary With Walt Disney
Set Top Game--"Dopey's Wild Mine Ride"
VIP Tour Of Disc Two
DVD-ROM Features
Two Audio Tracks Available
All-New Fully Restored 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound
Original English Mono Track
French 5.1 Audio
THX-Certified



DISC TWO:

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL

Enter The Lands Of Snow White--Where The Magic Is Endless
SNOW WHITE'S WISHING WELL
THE QUEEN'S CASTLE
THE QUEEN'S DUNGEON
THE DWARFS' MINE
THE DWARFS' COTTAGE

SNOW WHITE'S WISHING WELL

HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT
Walt Disney Biographical Timeline
"Snow White" Production Timeline
Brothers Grimm Original Version Of "Snow White"

STORY
Introduction To Storyboards
Storyboard To Film Comparisons:
The Queen Orders Snow White's Death
Snow White And The Huntsman/Forest Chase
Snow White And Animals Clean House
The Dwarfs Chase The Witch

THE QUEEN'S CASTLE

ART AND DESIGN

VISUAL DEVELOPMENT GALLERY
Preliminary Designs And Deleted Concepts

LAYOUTS AND BACKGROUNDS
About Layouts And Backgrounds
Layouts And Backgrounds Gallery

CAMERA AND TESTS
Excerpt From "The Story Of The Silly Symphony"
Camera And Filter Tests

ANIMATION
Character Voice Talent
Live-Action Footage
Character Design Galleries
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs
Queen/Witch
Huntsman/Prince/Animals

THE QUEEN'S DUNGEON

ABANDONED CONCEPTS
Snow White Meets The Prince
"Some Day My Prince Will
Come" (Fantasy Version)
The Prince Is Captured

THE RESTORATION OF "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS"

THE DWARFS' MINE

RARE TREASURES
Deleted Scenes
Introduction
The Witch At The Cauldron
The Dwarfs' Bedroom Argument
Song: "Music In Your Soup"
The Lodge Meeting
Building A Bed For Snow White

ORIGINAL OPENING AND END CREDITS

DISNEY THROUGH THE DECADES

THE DWARFS' COTTAGE

WONDER OF AN ERA GONE BY THE RELEASE
Los Angeles Premiere
Merchandise
Restoration
Trailers

PUBLICITY
Poster Gallery
Publicity Scrapbook

VINTAGE BLACK AND WHITE SHORT SUBJECTS
"A Trip Through Walt Disney Studios
"How Disney Cartoons Are Made"

SUPPLEMENTAL AUDIO
Lux Radio Theater, 1936 and 1937
Radio Broadcasts From The Premiere Of "Snow White And The
Seven Dwarfs" (1937)
Mickey Mouse Theater Of The Air (1938)
Radio Commercials
Deleted Song: "You're Never Too Old To Be Young"

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Is there anything missing from the Laserdisc? (aside from the hardcover book and lithographs)... I don't see the 'Tricks of Our Trade' supplement... anything else? ... it looks like they added a lot of new stuff too!

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#2 of 56 OFFLINE   ScottR

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Posted June 06 2001 - 06:17 PM

I wonder if the original opening and end credits refers to the original conceptual version or the original release version. I would hope that the original released version of the credits would be included in the actual film itself.

#3 of 56 OFFLINE   Gui A

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Posted June 06 2001 - 06:20 PM

Scott, in the LD, the original Opening credits show that the original distrubutor of Snow White was RKO Pictures. Buena Vista started distributing their own movies in the fifties.

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#4 of 56 OFFLINE   Joseph Bolus

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Posted June 06 2001 - 07:12 PM

Uh ... I think I'll be picking this up! ... (he said while trying not to fall down from attempting to comprehend the sheer magnitude of the wealth of features)


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#5 of 56 OFFLINE   ScottR

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Posted June 06 2001 - 07:28 PM

Gui- Was the RKO logo part of the film on the LD or in the supplements? My point is that if Disney has access to the original opening, they should use the RKO one since they use it on other classics that have recently been restored, i.e. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.


#6 of 56 OFFLINE   Gui A

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Posted June 06 2001 - 07:58 PM

I see what you're saying now, Scott... The LD had the RKO logo as a supplement. And it looks like it will be a supplement according to this press release.


...Also, If you watch the promo videos on the Disney side, the restoration demo says 1993 - 1937 ... I thought they were doing a new transfer... ?

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Posted June 06 2001 - 11:34 PM

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#8 of 56 OFFLINE   Ken_McAlinden

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Posted June 07 2001 - 01:12 AM

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#9 of 56 OFFLINE   Brett Miles

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Posted June 07 2001 - 01:14 AM

My question was the same as Gui's. I noticed they mention a new 5.1 track, as if it will matter, but which rumor about the transfer is correct: new or old? I would think it would specifically say if the transfer was new also.

#10 of 56 OFFLINE   Jeff Bamberger

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Posted June 07 2001 - 01:34 AM

Has anyone else beside me gone to the disney link and taken then "virtual tours" of the discs???

Oh my god, this is going to be a kickass DVD release. The virtual tour of disc one shows the totally cool main menu system, hosted by the magic mirror. This looks very cool, and is quite humurous too.

Tour 2 is hosted by Angela Lansbury and gives a sneak peak at some of the boatload, no, castleload of extras on the second disc. These include a peak at the neat storyboard to live action sequences, and a really neat looking presentation of the storyboards, by going into the virtual Queen's castle and seeing the storyboards mounted on the walls like in a museum.

I can't begin to explain how cool these tours were, and in no way can the tours probably tell us about all of the stuff Disney is going to be giving us.


Now, I sort of snickered when Disney first made the press release with the phrase "the first totally immersive DVD experience". But I think this will be the case. My initial kudos to Disney for what looks like a great DVD release.


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#11 of 56 OFFLINE   Cees Alons

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Posted June 07 2001 - 01:38 AM

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What, no DTS?[/quote]
Ha, ha Jeff! Exactly my thoughts.

Let's see who is going to be the first. Anyway, my copy has already been ordered! (Together with Dumbo).

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#12 of 56 OFFLINE   Jeff Bamberger

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Posted June 07 2001 - 01:40 AM

In relation to this question on the transfer:

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My question was the same as Gui's. I noticed they mention a new 5.1 track, as if it will matter, but which rumor about the transfer is correct: new or old? I would think it would specifically say if the transfer was new also.

I found this through the "synopsis" link from the link above:

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Now, "The One That Started It All..." has been lovingly restored with enhanced sound and picture through high-definition direct to digital technology for the clearest, brilliant, most memorable entertainment experience in history!

Would they say this if they were reusing an older, but recent transfer? Sounds like what they are saying is that it is a new transfer. Also, please read my comment in my previous post, this is going to be one smashing release, regardless......

#13 of 56 OFFLINE   Jeff Bamberger

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Posted June 07 2001 - 01:43 AM

Cees,

I first figured, oh we'll get this for my duaghters 4th birthday in April (nudge nudge wink wink).

But now, it's maybe we'll let my duaghter watch daddy's new Snow White DVD.......

Seriously, though, she will love the movie, already does (I know, that means we have rented an old VHS copy), and as she gets a bit older, she will love all the extras too.

I just hope that all the work that has gone into Snow White is replicated on the other "Platinum" Titles, like BaTB, Aladdin, LK, etc.......

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Posted June 07 2001 - 03:45 AM

There was some early speculation that it would be a single disc issue similar to the Gold collection(but obviously with more extras). I would not have bought this movie if it was only one disc, no matter how packed it was. I feel that a movie of this magnitude deserves 2-disc treatment.


Oh well.


Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to order I go!

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Posted June 07 2001 - 03:56 AM

Holy Shit!!

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#16 of 56 OFFLINE   Jeff Ulmer

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Posted June 07 2001 - 04:32 AM

So what have they edited out of Snow White, and also what did they edit out of Dumbo? Bells and whistles are great, but are we getting the complete original version, or another Disney revisionist version?

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#17 of 56 OFFLINE   Ben Motley

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Posted June 07 2001 - 04:47 AM

Snow White's pecs? Huh?


Yeah, I'm wondering about that too Jeff. I bet they'll feel some of the scenes are just too violent for us, and cut them out. Furthermore, I bet they'll come to the conclusion that showing dwarves in manual labor and squalor is not PC, and will cut them entirely out of the film, simply releasing the film as "Snow White". Posted Image

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#18 of 56 OFFLINE   JamesCS

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Posted June 07 2001 - 04:59 AM

I'm really really waiting for this one.

Thanks for the update.

#19 of 56 OFFLINE   Jeff Ulmer

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Posted June 07 2001 - 05:04 AM

Well, I can hear the outcry from groups afflicted with grumpiness, sleepiness, allergies, or drug advocacy groups - who am I missing?

Noone will notice the new dwarves are now named Steve, Joe, Bill, Hank, Nigel, Henry and Erwin.

Also, the references to prostitutes will be cut out, so no more "Hi ho!" for you! Posted Image

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#20 of 56 OFFLINE   John Berggren

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Posted June 07 2001 - 05:13 AM

I was already ready to buy this one. Now I'm just more excited.

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