Oliver & Company DVD

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    Yes, it's official now.
    Here is today's Disney press release for the following titles:
    • OLIVER & COMPANY (5/14 ... or 5/21 - it's listed both ways)
      SNOW DOGS (5/21)
      PEARL HARBOR VISTA SERIES (7/2)
      TARZAN & JANE (7/23)
      SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 30th ANNIVERSARY EDITION (8/27)
      MICKEY'S HOUSE OF VILLAINS (9/3)
      MONSTERS, INC. (9/17)
      BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Platinum) (10/8)
     
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    When Disney decides to put out product on the market, it doesn't kid around, does it? [​IMG]
     
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    While these 3 films are undoubtedly still unreleased, there are some titles that *are* but really should be re-released. So I'm not counting those. There's gotta be SEs of at least: The Black Cauldron, Pocahontas, Hercules, and Mulan (all featuring non-anamorphic transfers); then there are 4 titles that I believed are not released in OAR and are either unmatted or pan-n-scanned on DVD: The Sword in the Stone, The Aristocats, Robin Hood, and The Fox and the Hound (an exception here is The many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh - it's made from 1.33:1 cartoons). Of course also there are the other titles that are presented in their original 1.33:1 ratio but are sort of bare-bones releases that could use SE treatment of at least a commentary. These include Pinocchio, Saludos Amigos, The Three Caballeros, Make Mine Music, Fun and Fancy Free, Melody Time, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, and Alice in Wonderland. And then there is of course the issue of censoship on several titles...

    I'll stop now, but I'll just say that in a perfect world all the Disney animated classics would recieve 2-disc treatment that all their new films since Tarzan have been recieving.
     

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