Do any of the Blu-ray or dvds of this movie have the deleted scenes?
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Which Snow White are you referring to, as I've never known there to be anything deleted from the Disney classic.
 

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There was one lost song that made it to pencil test stage but no further, called "Music in Your Soup." Walt dropped it because he found it repetitive after "Bluddle-Uddle-Uddle-Um," the song in which they wash Grumpy in the basin outside, made it clear that the Dwarfs are slobs. But the studio saved the pencil test and included it in a 1956 Disneyland episode entitled "The Plausible Impossible," which was on one of the Walt Disney Treasures DVDs as well as one of the 1980s Wonderful World of Disney videotape releases.

 

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I have an old blu-ray Diamond Edition steelbook that features two deleted scenes on the main feature disc. One is the sequence above ( listed as the soup eating sequence on the disc itself ) as well as another lengthy sequence as the dwarfs build a bed for Snow White. The bed sequence is also pencil animation ( it was never inked and coloured for the finished film ) and is also intercut with static story board panels as the sequence was never fully completed before it was decided to be deleted ( or in this case, not fully animated for the final cut of the film.)
I'm sure Snow White has been repackaged and reissued since then , as this disc opens with a preview of the 'new' Disney feature Princess & The Frog.

The bed building sequence is also available on YouTube.
 

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There was one lost song that made it to pencil test stage but no further, called "Music in Your Soup." Walt dropped it because he found it repetitive after "Bluddle-Uddle-Uddle-Um," the song in which they wash Grumpy in the basin outside, made it clear that the Dwarfs are slobs. But the studio saved the pencil test and included it in a 1956 Disneyland episode entitled "The Plausible Impossible," which was on one of the Walt Disney Treasures DVDs as well as one of the 1980s Wonderful World of Disney videotape releases.

I don't remember seeing that, but I've only seen the excerpt from The Plausible Impossible that was included on Pete's Dragon DVD.
 

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I have an old blu-ray Diamond Edition steelbook that features two deleted scenes on the main feature disc. One is the sequence above ( listed as the soup eating sequence on the disc itself ) as well as another lengthy sequence as the dwarfs build a bed for Snow White. The bed sequence is also pencil animation ( it was never inked and coloured for the finished film ) and is also intercut with static story board panels as the sequence was never fully completed before it was decided to be deleted ( or in this case, not fully animated for the final cut of the film.)
I'm sure Snow White has been repackaged and reissued since then , as this disc opens with a preview of the 'new' Disney feature Princess & The Frog.

The bed building sequence is also available on YouTube.
Disney probably cut that sequence as it would be too morbid, building Snow White's "coffin"; I don't think so.
 

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The old Platinum Edition DVD had some additional deleted scenes such as an argument between Doc and Grumpy over whether Snow White will stay or not and a fully ink-and-painted scene of the witch at her cauldron before poisoning the apple, both of which can be found on YouTube.
 

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I don't remember seeing that, but I've only seen the excerpt from The Plausible Impossible that was included on Pete's Dragon DVD.

The DVD that had the whole episode was called Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios. The episode itself is on Disney+ now.
 

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The Original Platinum DVD had a few deleted scenes/concepts. That, in my opinion, is the BEST DVD Disney ever put out. It's plum full of bonus materials, and NO ADS. The bonus disc is one of the most comprehensive bonus discs ever.

The Gold Collection and Platinum Editions were Disney's best physical releases to date. Disney really cared about their library back in the 2000's.
 

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Some of those extras were holdovers from the CAV laserdisc box set. Now that was a magnificent package. It even came with a hardcover making-of book. Once the studio released it, I remember what a big deal it was that the film finally came out on video. They said it would never happen.
 

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What about the diamond edition Blu-ray? Does it have all the extras from the dvd ?
 

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It’s not just the extras that were on the Snow White Platinum, it was the menu design as well. And no ads. Every other platinum had ads. and it was a double wide case. Just perfect.


The Beauty and the Beast Blu didn’t carry over the great making of doc from the DVD, or the WiP version of the film.