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I only did most of the DVD's and Blu-ray's only. Anyone else who wants to do the Laserdics, VHS, and Betamax collections, feel free to do so.
A History of Oz's DVD's and Blu-rays
1997 MGM's only DVD release ever.
1999 WB's first DVD, the 1998 Special Edition
It was an improvement from the 1999 DVD, but it went downhill after that until the 75th 3D edition.
This all the features included. This is from blu-ray.com's review.
New Supplemental Features
Deleted Scenes (HD, 13 minutes): "No evil thing...
I just saw this Steelbook cover and it looks much better. I don't know if this is maybe an exclusive to Best Buy or Disney Movie Club.
No, WB spent the entire budget on that awful cover instead.
It's included on the Diamond Edition.
This picture is not beautiful, it's been air brushed to no end.
Since WB became distributors for this film, the cover art they've created for all of it's releases so far haven't been too much to write home about.
I didn't know the DVD originally had an audio commentary, just checked my copy of the 50th Anniversary and it's listed in the DVD guide booklet.
Something original and that hasn't been Photoshop to death.
The Steelbook is so boring though, it's so predictable of WB.
Here's the Best Buy Steelbook, YAWN! Nothing new to see.
The cover art for this upcoming edition is awful, it looks like WB were trying to to go for a comic book look, something like that jumbo comic...
Compared to the previous covers it's the most simplistic so far.
Various Diamond Editions
Oz had a few pre-Hollywood premieres, but August 25 1939 is what is usually regarded as the film's actual release date.
This line is one of the most misquoted lines of all time.
It's "Toto I've got a feeling were not in Kansas anymore"
WOW that's really going back for me. I used to use that site throughout high school back in the mid 2000's.
Shout Factory doesn't sound like a company to wait at that long to put a set together. If they did have to cut it that short it was probably due...
Buy them all
As Johnny would say to the great Senor Wences, "Is obvious to you, for me ess not so much"
Those are not good screen grabs. The first looks just like every photo we've seen by now from this film. The second one has Dorothy ghosting.
Interesting, I've never heard of a sound effect only track before.
If WB is going to do anything providing it's not already been licensed to another studio/company the a 50th edition should be released before Dec...
What is an MFX track?
It's deletion from this release probably has to do with copyright and whoever is in charge of Alfred Newman's estate most likely,
Lucy and myself are confused as to how this tangent began and where it is going.