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Disney's Lady and the Tramp Diamond Editions Available on February 7. Cinderella for Fall 2012

Posted November 11, 2011 02:36 PM by Webmaster

Walt Disney PicturesDiamond Editions of Disney's 1955 Lady and the Tramp are available now for pre-order on Amazon for February 7, 2012.

Lady and the Tramp, Disney's first widescreen CinemaScope animated feature is being released in it's original 2.55:1 aspect ratio in a 3-disc BD DVD Digital Copy Combo Pack Diamond Edition available for $31.49, and a 2-disc BD DVD Diamond Edition or a DVD packaging edition for $27.99.

Special bonus features include:

  • Disney Second Screen: Inside Walt's Story Meetings
  • Audio Commentary: Inside Walt's Story Meetings
  • Three Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes
  • Never Recorded Song: "I'm Free as the Breeze"
  • Lady's Pedigree: The Making of Lady and the Tramp
  • Finding Lady: The Art of the Storyboard
  • Original 1943 Storyboard Version of the Film
  • PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs
  • "The Siamese Cat Song," Finding a Voice for the Cats
  • "Bella Notte" Music Video
  • Trailers
  • Excerpts from "Disneyland" TV Shows


Additionally, the Disney 1950 animated feature Cinderella Diamond Edition has been announced for the Fall of 2012.


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

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Nicktrunks
 - Nov 11, 2011

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More vertical titles from Disney...why are they doing this to us? Any word on whether or not the aspect ratio and original audio remains intact?

Aricson Tarasova
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Agreed: the vertical titles look dingy. Looking forward to the release though.

zoodermin
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Already pre-ordered mine (BD/DVD Combo). This is a great film. Can't wait!!

zoodermin
 - Nov 11, 2011

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@Nicktrunks, this release will feature its original aspect ratio of 2.55:1 and will also feature 7.1 DTS-HD MA. In the press release it says "English" as another audio option which I'm guessing is the original soundtrack restored.

EricJ
 - Nov 11, 2011

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@Nicktrunks - Why? Um, uniform franchise design for the catalogue line, I'm guessing?
(If we see Pinocchio and Snow White come back out, you can guess the cover design.)

NJ_RAMS_FAN
 - Nov 11, 2011

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tru blu
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Must own titles.

Bluyoda
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Have been waiting for this for a long time! Was my fave when I was a kid.

Nightman04
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Very excited about this, but seriously Disney, where the hell is Aladdin

Jimmy Smith
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Have loved this movie my whole life. Can't wait to see it in high def

Slim Jim
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Wish we would give us Aladdin

richmurphy
 - Nov 11, 2011

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The main news page refers to a "a 2-disc 3D Diamond Edition" - I think that is a mistake. I don't see any mention of a 3D version of this title in the actual article, or on the cover art..

hedliniv
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Maharajah
 - Nov 11, 2011

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lighthousemike
 - Nov 11, 2011

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DAY FREAKING ONE!!!

Boob-Ray
 - Nov 11, 2011

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One of Walt's very best. Fantastic news!

hoofhearted
 - Nov 11, 2011

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long time coming for lady and the tramp... i can hardly wait........ and yes i want nemo as well!

DEEninetysix
 - Nov 11, 2011

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ddelrymple
 - Nov 11, 2011

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Day one!

little flower
 - Nov 11, 2011

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I am so happy about this. I will be in DisneyWorld when Lady and the Tramp Diamond Edition comes out so I might get it there. I will also have my new Blu-ray laptop with me so I can watch the Blu-ray on my laptop. I will be staying at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge so I might can get it at the gift shop in my hotel.

Silo5
 - Nov 11, 2011

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So, just to make sure I got it: the only difference between the 3-disc version and the 2-disc version is the digital copy?

d5680
 - Nov 12, 2011

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This is good news... Keep it coming Disney...

penguin1084
 - Nov 12, 2011

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Daytripper
 - Nov 12, 2011

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My favorite decade of Disney animation, 1950-1960. All I need now is "Peter Pan", my favorite Disney film of all time!

PeterTHX
 - Nov 12, 2011

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I wish they would include the version animated and composed at 1.33, it's part of animation history and the last time they did a transfer of that version it was for LaserDisc.

The 4x3 DVD version is a pan-&-scan of the 'scope version. A blown opportunity.

MattDean
 - Nov 12, 2011

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PeterTHX - totally agree!

I really thought the original Academy ratio would also be included. I have it on LD - but no player connected to my TV!

A missed opportunity.

peterraes
 - Nov 12, 2011

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NYorker
 - Nov 12, 2011

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Where's Aladdin...???

FilmFanEddie
 - Nov 12, 2011

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Great news.

JB2K
 - Nov 12, 2011

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For those fretting over Aladdin, it should be the next "vault" release after Cinderella (at least that's the way it went down when these movies made their DVD debut, several years ago).

atwistedclown2003
 - Nov 12, 2011

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1st day buy for me. ive been adding all the disney titles to my collection as they come out. dont have any kids to watch them with but still a great buy to any bluray/movie fan.

Pirate King
 - Nov 12, 2011

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I am very excited for the release of "Lady and the Tramp". Thank you very much Disney !!!

maidenbrain
 - Nov 12, 2011

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Alas, it seems the days of the excellent Disney PiP features (e.g. Alice in Wonderland, Bambi) are over. Glad to see, at least, that unlike Lion King, Tramp will be presented in its Cinescope AR. After watching the trailer, I got slightly worried.

WileyWyler
 - Nov 12, 2011

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What a shame they aren't also releasing th 1.33:1 version as well, which has a separate negative, and is the version most widely seen when it was originally released. They released this version (NOT a "pan and scan") on laserdisc.

sicoe
 - Nov 13, 2011

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Nice! This is high on my wishlist, right next to Cinderella. I'm surprised they added the Digital Copy to the combo pack, I thought they don't do that in case of Diamond Editions. What's even more surprising is that they didn't change the cover artwork, it's identical to 2006's Platinum Edition DVD.

DaveSimonH
 - Nov 13, 2011

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"Oh dear vertical writing...." Irrelevant as the obnoxious DOUBLE PLAY banners that will be strewn across the UK sets. I'll be pre-ordering both Lady and the Tramp and Cinderella.

obriensg1
 - Nov 13, 2011

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Well I'm a big Aladdin fan and it bugs me that 2012 is the 20th anniversary but Disney doesn't seem to be capitalizing on this for a theatrical re-release on Blu-ray disc. What a waste

ddelrymple
 - Nov 13, 2011

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obriensg1 - I agree 100%. Aladdin is Disney's absolutely best movie and it never gets love. It took FOREVER for it to be released on DVD. I guess Disney is using the same release pattern

jorpor
 - Nov 13, 2011

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Here's the Dutch release schedule(and probably for the rest of Europe):

00-02-2012 Lady And The Tramp (Blu-Ray)
00-02-2012 The Fox And The Hound (Blu-Ray)
00-02-2012 The Fox And The Hound 2 (Blu-Ray)

00-04-2012 Finding Nemo (Blu-Ray)

00-00-2012 Aladdin (Blu-Ray)
00-00-2012 Cinderella (Blu-Ray)
00-00-2012 Pocahontas (Blu-Ray)
00-00-2012 Mulan (Blu-Ray)
00-00-2012 Mulan 2 (Blu-Ray)
00-00-2012 Robin Hood (Blu-Ray)
00-00-2012 Tarzan (Blu-Ray)

zoodermin
 - Nov 13, 2011

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@jorpor Where we can find that information?

zoodermin
 - Nov 13, 2011

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According to spanish site zonadvd.com Pocahontas is going to be released on March 2012 and Aladdin on October. However, the site does say that this dates need to be confirmed so this is not 100% verifiable information.

devilnamedBuena
 - Nov 13, 2011

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I'll wait for the 3D version. I don't see any reason to buy any more Blu unless they are 3D. They're just milking us until then.

I kid, of course.

obriensg1
 - Nov 13, 2011

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Lady and the Tramp is a classic but even $20 for 76 minutes is going to be rough. I mean, even two episodes of a TV show, like the Terra Nova pilot for example, are about 83-86 minutes.

When it goes on sale, I'll grab it.

Lnds500
 - Nov 13, 2011

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@maidenbrain: if Inside Walt's Story Meetings is presented like it was in Bambi, that should account for the PiP feature. its use there was magnificent!

yhzmr
 - Nov 14, 2011

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Forget Aladdin. Disney continues its hypersensitivity towards minorities (in this case Islam). Being politically correct seems to have a greater priority than entertaining the masses. Fortunately I held on to my Platinum Edition DVD.

Jimmy W
 - Nov 14, 2011

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Finally! Now we need 101 Dalmations.


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