Any reason to keep the old Peter Pan?

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  1. Enrique B Chamorro

    Enrique B Chamorro Supporting Actor

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    Now that I have both Peter Pan DVD's,

    is there any special reason to keep the Limited Edition?
     
  2. LukeB

    LukeB Cinematographer

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    Nope. Something you should have unloaded a while ago.
     
  3. David Lambert

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    I plan to keep mine as part of the 9-disc "Disney Animation" box set that the Limited Edition DVD's were bundled in at the time of release. I don't care to break up that set. So, you might want to keep it for "collector's purposes". [​IMG]
    Having said that, I can't imagine any other reason to keep the old version other than the possible collectability of it years down the road.
     
  4. Jeff Ulmer

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    It is now RARE and OOP and can be sold on ebay for $400.00. Well, maybe not, but I'm sure some will try!
     
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    Like David, I think it has some historical and collectable significance as one of the first nine entries of Disney animation onto the DVD format. Some will think it's worth keeping based on that alone.

    But if you just want the best version of Peter Pan on DVD, unload the old disc and buy the new Special Edition.
     

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