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Beauty and the Beast and Fantasia Blu-rays in 2010

Posted September 10, 2009 12:51 PM by Josh Dreuth

Walt Disney StudiosWalt Disney Studios Home Entertainment have formally announced the Diamond Collection, which represents 14 of the most beloved and historic animated films the studio has ever made. Each title will be thoroughly restored for the highest level of picture and sound. Additionally, each Blu- ray will feature ground-breaking special features that promise to push the limits of Blu-ray.

Bob Chapek, President of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment commented, "Because today's family rooms are more technologically- advanced and consumer expectations are higher than ever, we are excited to announce the launch of the Diamond Collection. We believe that the collection offers consumers the opportunity to enjoy these timeless classics like never before, and underlines Disney's commitment to continue to bring the best quality product and immersive experiences in to the home."

The first title to be released will be the October 6th Blu-ray release of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs', after which two titles will be released each year from the collection. For 2010, 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Fantasia and Fantasia 2000' have been scheduled for Blu-ray release. The remainder of the titles - 'The Lion King', 'Bambi', 'Cinderella', 'Lady and the Tramp', 'The Little Mermaid', 'Peter Pan', 'The Jungle Book', and '101 Dalmatians' - will be released sometime in 2011-2015, completed by re-releases of 'Sleeping Beauty' and 'Pinocchio' as part of the Diamond Collection.

Disney promises that each title will be remastered from the original negative (when available) for a pristine 1080p picture and stunning 7.1 soundtrack. As with all special Disney releases, these titles will only be available for a limited time.


Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (91 comments)



Xboxbydegrees
  Sep 10, 2009
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Quit dragging it out and just release them already.

Frozenpinky
  Sep 10, 2009
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What about Alice in Wonderland?

photograph17
  Sep 10, 2009
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Aladdin?

bondfooll
  Sep 10, 2009
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Hercules, please.

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that1guystudios
  Sep 10, 2009
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Aladdin has been removed from the Platinum status. Finally confirmation!
That is actually good news since it means we may see it sooner.
Rumors point to next year!

RIKANA
  Sep 10, 2009
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I like where the diomd collection is going! And about time too. I'll get all 14 of them...can't wait. Classic disney dont fail us now:)

RI
DualEdge
  Sep 10, 2009
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Suprised to hear that 101 Dalmatians is getting the Diamond treatment as I never really thought of that one as a Disney masterpiece, but still an enjoyable movie. I wonder if Beauty and the Beast will have a 3D version available since it's returning to theatres for a 3D run...

EDIT: Oh yeah, where's Robin Hood and Sword in the Stone?
decayingdarkness
  Sep 10, 2009
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jeez by the time they get these out, we will be looking at the next format, and they are re-releasing sleeping beauty and pinocchio , thanks for the 5 yr heads up on the double dip . lol

Dr. Manhattan
  Sep 10, 2009
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Hercules isn't a classic...and neither is Fantasia 2000 but I guess they're doing that one just because the first one is coming. But yeah, where's Aladdin?? That's the only one that seems missing. They're releasing is just about the same order as the Platinum Collection. I remember seeing Disney Blu Ray ads showing Aladdin and seeing that it would come sooner or later. WTF Disney?

Dr. Manhattan
  Sep 10, 2009
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@that1guypictures

What do you mean? Do you mean that Aladdin went back into the vault? Because that happened back in January of 2008. Not exactly new news.
TTC1984
  Sep 10, 2009
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I wish they wouldn't drag out the releases, though it's understandable if they have to go back and do thorough remasters. Either way, I know the results of the final products won't fail to please.

chad_1138
  Sep 10, 2009
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Anyone think re-releases of Pinocchio and Sleeping Beauty would be any better than the current blu-rays? I know there will probably be new special features, but as far as A/V quality, I can't see them getting any better.

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PowellPressburger
  Sep 10, 2009
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So Happy FANTASIA seems to be on track... I hope we get a preview for it on the SNOW WHITE BD.

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Josh
  Sep 10, 2009
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chad, when they re-release Pinocchio and Sleeping Beauty, I wouldn't be surprised if they just updated some special features and shipped them with the same video/audio. They already spent a ton of money and time fixing those titles, can't see why they'd want to repeat.
Titanicfave
  Sep 10, 2009
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I can't wait for The Lion King!!!!!!!!!!

SpaceDog
  Sep 10, 2009
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Hopefully we'll start seeing the titles that fall out of the Diamond status soon. Lilo & Stitch. Atlantis. Aladdin.

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Wdm81
  Sep 10, 2009
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Still no official word on dumbo though, that sucks:(

as for this whole diamond collection stuff, i hate that disney treats some of it's titles better then others, there are alot of less popular Disney movies that deserve just as much attention as the bigger ones

Robin Hood, Pochahantas; Dumbo and Fox and the hound just to name a few

oguh
  Sep 10, 2009
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i want THE LION KING my best favorite movie of Disney and ALADDIN too, but first THE LION KING
come on Disney.

CheapChildren
  Sep 10, 2009
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I always felt The Rescuers deserved to be considered a premium Disney title.

Icedburden
  Sep 10, 2009
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I CANNOT wait for The Lion King. Now that will be amazing to listen to. I really hope Aladdin comes out sooner since it's not part of this collection.

whysoseriouse
  Sep 10, 2009
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IM SO PISSED THAT DISNEY WILL ACTUALLY MAKE PEOPLE WAIT UP TO 6 YEARS FOR THEM TO RELEASE SOME... JUST RELEASE THEM ALREADY!

rmainhammer
  Sep 10, 2009
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Can you feel the love tonight?

AFightingPanda
  Sep 10, 2009
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I really really really want the Lion king and lady and the tramp since I missed them when they were on dvd. Haven't seen either of them in years.

krazyclown
  Sep 10, 2009
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All Day one minus Fantasia/ Fantasia 2000 will re buy Sleeping beauty hate the slip cover Pinocchio depends on what the add

PossumPete
  Sep 10, 2009
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What about Tarzan and other non-classics? When will they see the light of blu (if ever)?
Nutbunnies
  Sep 10, 2009
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Emperor's New Groove for the love of god

PatrickBateman47
  Sep 10, 2009
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And Tron??? it been forgotten by everybody?
Nycguy84
  Sep 10, 2009
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The Lion King, B & B, Aladdin all Amazon pre-orders.

Can't wait for B & B in 3D.

vanscottie
  Sep 10, 2009
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What! No "Black Cauldron" !!!????

If that's not a Diamond classic WHAT IS

(that was sarcasm for the uninitiated)

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jtwise
  Sep 10, 2009
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Re-release of sleeping beauty and pinocchio? New features?

wallendo
  Sep 10, 2009
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"What! No "Black Cauldron" !!!????

If that's not a Diamond classic WHAT IS

(that was sarcasm for the uninitiated)"



Maybe they'll release the unrated version of Black Cauldron.

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nathanp
  Sep 10, 2009
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Titles like Treasure Planet, Atlantis and The Black Cauldron belong in The Cubic Zirconia Collection.
Riddler95
  Sep 10, 2009
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This is good news.

I am really looking forward to Fantasia, I never bought the DVD, instead I still have the CAV Laserdisc Boxset.

Disney is really taking their time with the Blu-Ray releases of their movies.

The Lion King will be a great one.

ymmv
  Sep 10, 2009
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I hope The Hunchback of the Notre Dame will get a speedy release. It's my favorite Disney movie of all. The music and animation are just superb.

richterbon23
  Sep 10, 2009
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such such crap that Aladdin is not in the Diamond Collection.... and they are already making us double dip on sleeping beauty and pinocchio haha... come on disney get your **** together. You make amazing blu-rays, but stop screwing us!

TruBlu72
  Sep 10, 2009
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Finding Nemo? The Incredibles? PLease?

Vagrant_1
  Sep 10, 2009
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I want them all but like everyone said wth is Aladdin

E-Dogg
  Sep 10, 2009
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Disney continues to amaze with it's commitment to Blu-Ray. They are the best company to develop their films on Blu hands down. I want each and every one of these titles.
Titanicfave
  Sep 10, 2009
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Just because those titles are announced doesn't mean those are the only titles that are gonna be announced! The above Disney blu-ray release list is for the 6-year period from 2010-2015, well, what about 2016-2020, 2021-2025 etc.? Tons and tons of Disney Diamond and animated films are going to be released on blu-ray month-by-month and year-by-year over the next 50+ years!

rmainhammer
  Sep 10, 2009
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Thank you Titanicfave! It's amazing how this announcement puts people in a tizzy just because Disney is NOT announcing other fan favorites. Have patience people! Be grateful that a studio like Disney exists that is so committed to putting the best product on the market.
jmadonich27
  Sep 10, 2009
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ALICE IN WONDERLAND?
that one is my absolute favorite.

Aladdin?
Pocahontas?
Mary Poppins?

and

THE RESCUERS!??

phatrat1982
  Sep 10, 2009
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this is still good news no matter how many people complain. If you can't wait for the BR release you still have the DVD release anyways.

Marcuslaw
  Sep 10, 2009
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Double dipping Sleeping Beauty and Pinnochio? Come on DIS. I will not.

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ckenisell
  Sep 10, 2009
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Wow, I was hoping my kids would be able to enjoy these while they still live with me. Looks like they may be in college by the time they get around to releasing the best. They are 4 yrs. old, 2 yrs. old and 2 yrs. old. LOL

lildon24
  Sep 10, 2009
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H3LL, I can't wait to pick up Beauty and the Beast, 101 Dalmatians and The Lion King! But where the f**k is Aladdin at? Where the f**k is The Great Mouse Detective? All movies i names are my most favorite Disney hits!

BlackMamba
  Sep 10, 2009
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automatic buys. Disney also needs to release blu-rays of Aladdin, The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Hercules and Mulan among others.

lildon24
  Sep 10, 2009
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what takes Disney so damn long to release some movies? why one or two movies a year? What so hard about converting Cartoons to HD?

krazyclown
  Sep 10, 2009
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the diamond line is just the hd version of the platinum edition movies thats why some movies are not listed like dumbo that comes out in march it was not platinum thats why its not on the list

shark2k
  Sep 10, 2009
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First off: Titanicfave, you apparently don't understand the concept of the Diamond Collection. It is going to only include what Disney classifies as the 14 most beloved and historic animated films the studio has ever made (as was written in the first paragraph). Those 14 movies the author listed (which apparently include Sleeping Beauty and Pinnochio, which is kinda stupid since they released them already) are going to be the only Diamond films released. So tons and tons of Disney Diamond and animated films will not be released on Blu-ray month-by-month and year-by--year. On top of of that, Disney would not release a new movie every month because they need to do all that work to remaster the movie.

Secondly: People are "complaining" because they want certain movies to come out that Diseny has not announced. Unfortunately people need to realize that Disney releases at their own pace, but on top of that, it takes them a long time to release their movies because they actually put the time in to make sure the picture and audio is as good as it can possiby be.

Lastly: lildon24, it takes Disney so long to release some movies probably because they have to do so much work on them to make them look as good as they want them to look. I would personally rather Disney take their time and work on the movies and release them with the awesome picture quality and sound quality like they do than have them churn out shitty releases. But than again, I like to get my monies worth for what I am buying and having the best pq and sq on the Blu-ray that the studio can get is worth it to me.

-Shark2k

awesomest cory
  Sep 10, 2009
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All are must-buys for me. In the meantime, I will wait patiently to see if Aladdin, Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland, and others will be titles released on a different line of Disney blu-rays. Also, this may seem like a stretch, but I would LOVE a blu-ray edition of THE BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER!
penguin
  Sep 10, 2009
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Everyone will have their favorite Disney cartoons but I really wonder why they start with the real oldies like Sleeping beauty, Snow White and pinocchio. Are these the most popular? I doubt it. Lion King, Mulan, the Jungle Book would surely beat them hands down. The later films must be easy as they require less work. Why not run a two track schedule with several of the easier ones quickly and add an oldie every now and again as they get done. Robin Hood, Jungle Book and Aristocats would be my favorites but Disney are always a pain, look how long it took to get basic DVDs out and the mess they made of several of those. I dont have a lot of confidence these guys at Disney today have much idea what it is their customers want!

QuasidodoJr
  Sep 10, 2009
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Disney staggers their releases because it makes them feel more important. People build up such anticipation for them, and they know the classics will only be available for a limited time before going back in the vault, so anyone with even a passing interest in any of the movies will buy them almost immediately upon release.

"Better buy it now before I'm trying to hunt down an overpriced copy on eBay."

RIKANA
  Sep 10, 2009
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An unrated version for the black caludren!

I'M GAME!

But I do remember seeing that's it's geting a special edition. Trailer wise....

RI

vanscottie
  Sep 10, 2009
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On the one hand it'sa good thing they have a Diamond Collection, in theory it does honor certain movies that are historic, classic, timeless. It helps people who may not be familiar with the studio's 70+ year output (yes there ARE those people) to have say, a starting point to delve into the art of animation and studio's history...

BUT it then makes all the other films seem "less than" in people's minds. Already one just this one thread we've seem a large number of films spoken of that people find just as Classic as the Diamonds. So contraversy arrises.

It's problem common with all the arts, what Great, what's good, what important, what isn't. I remember a conversation with a film critic and a film lover. The film critic said "The Godfather" was the best mafia film ever. The film lover said, "No, the Valachi Papers is the best." The critic replied, "You may have enjoyed the Valachi Papers more but it is NOT a better film that the Godfather" The film lover replied, "If I enjoyed it more doesn't that make it a better film?"

Both sides are both right and wrong
kdn1221
  Sep 10, 2009
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Not planning on buying Sleeping Beauty and Pinocchio again. Another 7 years later and Disney might re-release them again as part of the "Titanium" collection or the "Plutonium" collection or whatever. I wish they would just set up the best collection possible and just release the movie and not double and triple dip. There are so many Disney movies and they take forever to release them that at the rate of one new one every 2 months, it would take them decades before repeating. Just go through the alphabet and move on.

KamiAmaya
  Sep 10, 2009
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"re-releases of 'Sleeping Beauty' and 'Pinocchio' as part of the Diamond Collection."

Was there something wrong with the first releases >_>

And only 2 titles a year? Come on Disney!

tru blu
  Sep 10, 2009
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Will purchase them ALL !!!!!

X400
  Sep 10, 2009
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ALADDIN!!!! i thought it was just removed from the UK plat collection

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that1guystudios
  Sep 10, 2009
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Keep in mind that this is only the Diamond (Formally Platinum collection) titles. There are plenty of other great Disney titles that are fair game. Titles like Nightmare Before Christmas, Dumbo, Aladdin and others can be released as Special Editions at any time outside of the Platinum line. Everyone had to wait for these specific Diamond/Platinum films to be released on VHS the first or second time, then 5-10 years later for DVD and it will be the same 5-7 year wait on Blu-ray. It's the Disney Vault system and it works for them. Like it or not, it gives them a chance to market each release to a new generation.

shark2k
  Sep 10, 2009
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that1guypictures: The Nightmare Before Christmas came out on Blu-ray on Aug 26, 2008 in the US.

-Shark2k

sonnyworld85
  Sep 10, 2009
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Umm Aladdin and The Lion King please Disney!! But I am really happy that Fantasia is coming!
fullyalive76
  Sep 10, 2009
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When you start seeing numbers like 2015 being thrown around that's just a company being jerks.
Jofagobe
  Sep 10, 2009
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I also want to see Aladdin coming to Blu-Ray.
But I think I'll have to wait...

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mrdario64
  Sep 10, 2009
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Not fussed on Beauty and the Beast, and will only buy Fantasia if it is uncut. Unlike the dvd abomination, which though advertised as restored and uncut and which looked great, was in fact cut by the PC brigade. C'mon Disney, you know you can do it...

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bluski73
  Sep 10, 2009
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The Fantasia Blu-rays should be awesome! Can not wait!

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that1guystudios
  Sep 10, 2009
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Yes Shark2k. I'm aware it came out. I own it. I said that those titles are free to be released whenever they want since they are not part of the Platinum Edition.

If you would like more information on the Disney titles, I am the resident Disney afficianado.
Check out my thread on ALL the Disney titles.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=91650

RIKANA
  Sep 10, 2009
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@that1guypictures: I totaly agree with you!

RI

lobo81865
  Sep 10, 2009
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I love a lot of those listed, but how about some of the Disney live action movies like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and Swiss Family Robinson on Blu as well?

enigmascv
  Sep 10, 2009
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Way to go Disney but how about for Christmas.....

curse
  Sep 10, 2009
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where the hell is alice

porterhouse
  Sep 11, 2009
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This allows me plenty of time to have my scrotum removed before purchasing!

cosomotion
  Sep 11, 2009
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I guess it's good that my favorite (Sword in the Stone) is not on this list, then maybe I'll be able to buy it on blu before 2015.

ChristerDoo
  Sep 11, 2009
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I will not double-dip anymore and I also don't consider some of these to be that good anyways. I know - I'm a heretic - whatever. As has been mentioned - by the time they are done - how relevant will the format be?

To me, I want all the Studio Ghibli films more than I want some of the others mentioned here. I am not sure who is responsible for them but they could stand to be remastered and put out on blu while it still matters.

grizzlybrett13
  Sep 11, 2009
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Beauty and the Beast Day 1 Buy XD (side note my B-day is oct 7th and I'll be 30 so perfect gift for myself)
Borris
  Sep 11, 2009
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2011 will probably be the release of Little Mermaid to tie in with their theme parks opening of the themed attraction. Add the two diamond releases per year with the two Pixar releases per year and then throw in Disney's non-diamond releases along with the first time releases that are coming out of the theatres and I think we'll start to see a good mix of catalog releases each year from Disney.
wildphantom
  Sep 11, 2009
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I'm surprised at some of the negativity on here.
Disney treat their legacy better than any other studio out there. The blu titles we've had so far have been of incredible quality so how can you complain!

They have always staggered the home video releases of their best films. Why the bitterness now?
They do this
A) for quality reasons - spending a lot of time and effort restoring them
And
B) so there is a cycle for new generations. Children can grow up with them and it keeps the films fresh and in demand. Itís a business strategy that's a win-win situation for everyone, except those impatient who want them all released straight away.

Personally I think it makes them a bit more special that we have to wait for them
I admit some frustration as there are several I cannot wait to see in hi-def that I am having to grit my teeth and wait for.
Finishing my DVD Disney classic collection recently was a great moment though. Been collecting them since 1999 and quite happy to start now all over again.

Agree with some of the other posters. We're likely to see Aladdin next year. It's been showing in HD on Disney Channel in the uk, which is always a sign. It looked absolutely incredible too. Personally I would have had it in the 'Diamond' list, ahead of Little Mermaid. But am happy it means it will come out sooner as its wonderful.

As for the Pinocchio/Sleeping Beauty double-dip fury. They've always been part of this range. They did get the diamond treatment, except Disney hadn't come up with the collection title. Those releases you've already picked up on BD are very much the ultimate versions of those movies. They appear on this list as they will come back round for re-release in 7 years, just as Snow White will in 8.

TheHOYT
  Sep 11, 2009
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"'The Lion King' ... will be released sometime in 2011-2015"

Why so far off! Why!

SellmeyourDVD
  Sep 11, 2009
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Damn, the world is ending in 2012, now we we wont be able to see most of these in blu
lignano sabbiadoro
  Sep 11, 2009
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Aladdin please...

pixarforlife
  Sep 11, 2009
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I really want "Finding Nemo" to be on Blu-Ray.

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fettastic
  Sep 11, 2009
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Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc. are coming to Blu-ray soon. Being Pixar releases, they aren't part of the Diamond line.

Ernest Rister
  Sep 11, 2009
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[i]I am the resident Disney afficianado.[/i]

If that cape gets you through the day, wear it.
Titanicfave
  Sep 11, 2009
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HEY Shark2k, I truly DO NOT believe those are the only 14 Disney Diamond titles that are going to hit blu-ray in my Lifetime which! there are many disney titles that will be released on blu in the near future and tha far away future! Those 14 up there are pretty good titles, but there are still plenty more that aren't announced and probably will be annunced in the far away future, titles include Aladdin, heck one of the most back in the day films of all time: Oliver & Company best hit blu-ray!!!!!!!!!! and overall, I truly DO NOT believe that those 14 titles indicated up there as the diamond collection are necessarilly the only 14 diamond titles that are going to hit blu-ray! Last but not least, when I look at my mom's VHS collection, I see plenty of disney diamond titles that I believe will hit blu-ray in my lifetime.
Titanicfave
  Sep 11, 2009
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For those who keep commenting saying the want the incredibles, Finding nemo, and ETC> Pixar films, I don't think Pixar films have anything to do with the diamond collection, within the next 2-3 years I'm sure all 10 Pixar films will be on blu. Up and Monster's inc. come out on Nov. and the 3 Toy story's will be out later next year then along the line The incredibles and finding nemo will be here!

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Zeiram
  Sep 11, 2009
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Stop Holding Back Disney and just give us all of them! Plus all the Studio Ghibli films too!
scoob958
  Sep 11, 2009
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I'm going to guess the original Tron will get a Blu-Ray release either around the time Legacy comes to theatres or when it comes to Blu-Ray itself.
mcfanfordreamy
  Sep 12, 2009
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Love what Disney is doing with the Blu-ray format. Disapointed though that Aladdin is not on this list. Also not happy to see re-releases of stuff that has come out. Especially if there is going to be all new features now when I already bought the others
ToolDown
  Sep 13, 2009
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aladdin? this movie should be up on that list......no questions.......but i am really excited for these 14 as well! Go disney!!!

grognard66
  Sep 14, 2009
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Too bad Lion King won't come out for so long as that's my favorite Disney movie.
Riddler95
  Sep 14, 2009
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Another thing I hope Disney does on some of these Blu-Rays is a better job with the bonus features.

The DVDs of Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King were missing bonus features that appeared on older Laserdisc releases. Hopefully they will port all of them over to Blu-Ray.
gweedow
  Oct 08, 2009
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I'll be glad to get (Fantasia and fantasia 2000) Will be great on the Samsung and my surround system. With the great upgraded sound that was on the original movie.


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