My Mom's been wanting this DVD, and in helping her track it down (got one off half.com), I've discovered that it's OOP. This seems strange because it was not even released on DVD until Jan. 2002, and it features anamorphic widescreen, commentary, and making of. Anybody know why on earth Disney would place this movie on moratorium less than 3 years after releasing it? And a disc loaded with features and a great transfer no less? It's perplexing enough to have roused my curiosity.