When it comes to Disney and live-action, it's been a crapshoot. Even in the days when DVD was the dominant format and the market was booming, a lot of Disney's live-action titles were delivered to DVD with poor transfers and nothing in the way of extras, not even a trailer. It was just as bad with Disney's Touchstone titles. With the exception of certain titles ("Who Framed Roger Rabbit", "Beaches", "Good Morning, Vietnam", "Dead Poets' Society" and "Tin Men" are the ones that come to mind, as well as most Touchstone titles released from 1997 to 2001), they just dumped titles onto the market with poor transfers and no extras. A lot of these titles were later pawned off to Mill Creek, which may have improved the transfers, but didn't add anything in the way of extras, even stripping titles of the meager extras they had, just as they've done with Sony Pictures titles. I call it strip-and-dump. No, it's not a bizarre sex fetish...It's stripping the titles of extras and dumping them into multi-film packs that land in bargain bins. The titles that remained with Disney didn't do much better in terms of bonus material. How could they release anniversary editions of "The Color Of Money" and "Adventures In Babysitting" and not give them any extras to indicate that they were celebrating these titles?
I've been rather disappointed with Disney's treatment of their live-action catalog titles, and it's not like there's much that can be done now.
I would have loved better editions of Bette Midler's Touchstone work, for example. Imagine a "Ruthless People" Special Edition with ZAZ commentary, a theatrical trailer and the music videos for Dan Hartman's "Waiting To See You" and Luther Vandross' "Give Me The Reason". I would've loved that.