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Disney Teases 2012 Blu-ray Slate

Posted February 3, 2012 11:06 AM by Josh Katz

Walt Disney PicturesOn February 7th, Walt Disney Studios will street the new Lady and the Tramp Diamond Edition Blu-ray in retailers across the country. However, the studio has been sending out review discs over the past two weeks - this link connects to Blu-ray.com reviewer Kenneth Brown's insights on the film - and these advance copies contain an insert teasing Disney's 2012 Blu-ray slate.

Listed in chronological Blu-ray release order, the titles include:
With the exception of the The Lion King 1 and The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride sets, no technical and supplementary details are known for the aforementioned films other than the fact that Disney will offer all titles in Blu-ray combo packs.

In other news, the insert also indicates that both Bambi and Beauty and the Beast will go back in the Disney Vault on April 30th, 2012.



























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

News comments (127 comments)


cmay13
  Feb 03, 2012
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Awesome news!! I just wish disney would release estimated dates for all the diamond editions, then we could all sleep better at night.

dlevine
  Feb 03, 2012
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I'll be all over "The Rescuers" set, but "Pocahontas" does not deserve to be paired with a direct-to-video sequel. Just hope they're on separate discs.

TheManInBlu
  Feb 03, 2012
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All I want is Dick Tracy!!!

bbeck
  Feb 03, 2012
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Aladdin and Cinderella are obvious buys, but it feels like I just got these on DVD a few years ago. Would LOVE to see Blu-ray editions of Tarzan, The Emperor's New Groove, and Lilo & Stitch.

Maggot
  Feb 03, 2012
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WHERE'S JUNGLE BOOK?

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zoodermin
  Feb 03, 2012
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I will definetely buy Cinderella, The Rescuers and The Aristocats. I will also buy Pocahontas but I hope they put the cheapquel in a separate disc. I hate that Disney is pairing great films with crappy ones. The most welcome news is the Diamond Edition of Aladdin. I don't care too much for The Rescuers Down Under but I can live with it because at least is part of the official animated canon.

On another note: Where is Finding Nemo??

Rudeboy2025
  Feb 03, 2012
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Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3! DAY ONE!

I kid. Cinderella & Aladdin are day one!

mhp68
  Feb 03, 2012
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I expected Aladdin and am pleasantly surprised by The Rescuers, but where's The Jungle Book and Peter Pan?

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zoodermin
  Feb 03, 2012
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@mhp68 The Jungle Book and Peter Pan are part of the Diamond Line so they might be released on 2014 (because Aladdin and The Little Mermaid are due for next year).

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tridon
  Feb 03, 2012
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VERY disappointed that Pocahontas isn't receiving a Diamond Edition Blu-ray and that it's instead being paired with its mediocre DTV sequel. All of Disney's "Classic" and "Masterpiece" films deserve the Diamond Edition (I believe they ended with the line with Disney's Tarzan), in my opinion. Irregardless, I'm still gonna buy it 'cause I love the first film. I'm definitely down with Aladdin and The Rescuers 2-pack, too. Can't wait for eventual releases of Tarzan, Mulan, The Little Mermaid Hercules and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

JTStarkiller
  Feb 03, 2012
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I'm probably the only person that wants Atlantis: The Lost Empire.

jawsfan1975
  Feb 03, 2012
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Peter Pan SHOULD come out next year as it was released in 1953 originally.

BellesBiggestFan
  Feb 03, 2012
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Always amazes me just how ill informed people are when they post on these news threads. Should probably read some of the dedicated Disney threads in the forum.

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J-Mart
  Feb 03, 2012
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@JTStarkiller No, you're one of two. I'm the other.

tat015
  Feb 03, 2012
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pocahontas with pohacontas 2?? nooo, cant wait for aladdin
Hakman
  Feb 03, 2012
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I figured Peter Pan Diamond Edition for spring 2013. Feb. 5th, 1953 theatrical release would've put a spring 2013 release awfully close to the 60th anniversary.

MJW
  Feb 03, 2012
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Now if they'd only announce the next few Studio Ghibli titles for release in North America (besides the obvious The Secret World of Arrietty)...

rmainhammer
  Feb 03, 2012
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I had no idea there was even a Pocahontas 2. Peter Pan would be nice, as would Robin Hood and The Sword in the Stone.
I-C-Blue
  Feb 03, 2012
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YES THE RESCUERS !!!! 'bout time!!

But man I was hoping Tarzan would be in this too ! I believe the UK or Europe is getting this movie this year to coincide the release of John Carter, since they're both by the same authors.

Anyway I will say for sure that I'll be buying 4 of these titles mentioned here!

Robert Siegel
  Feb 03, 2012
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Pocahontos, GREAT! But does Disney remember that it also made live-action films? Mary Poppins for one. Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Black Hole, Old Yeller, The Happiest Millionaire (which was a Roadshow), The Absent Minded Professor, ect. Sad these greats aren't coming out (so far). I think Walt would be disappointed these are being ignored.
boulder_bum
  Feb 03, 2012
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Great news on most of these! Aladdin and Cinderella are the most exciting.

I hear Little Mermaid 3D is coming to theaters before too long. Here's hoping for a Blu-ray soon after.

As an aside, my #1 Disney Blu-ray wish, bar none, is Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
animefan77
  Feb 03, 2012
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Looking at the trailer reminded me how much I hate the Direct-To-Video sequels Pocahontas, Rescuers, & Rescuers Down Under are all great films that deserve individual releases. I really don't like this trend of collections
MoulinBlu
  Feb 03, 2012
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Can't wait for Aladdin and Tinkerbell!! Probably go for Pocahontas too. Surprised Nemo wasn't mentioned, considering it's been rumored for so long. And I too was hoping to see Tarzan in the list.

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obriensg1
  Feb 03, 2012
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Disney is dumb. This is the 20th anniversary year of Aladdin and no theater re-release or Blu-ray? Sad...

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nathanp
  Feb 03, 2012
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Aside from Aladdin and Cinderella, there's not much to be excited about on that list. Would rather see the rest of the Studio Ghibli titles get released before the friggin Rescuers or Pocahontas 2.

snakemaster7
  Feb 03, 2012
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We need A Goofy Movie/An Extremely Goofy Movie two movie package, The Hunchback of Notre Dam, etc....
wonka
  Feb 03, 2012
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For F*sake what about Peter Pan, 101 Dalmatians, The Black Cauldron, or The Sword In The Stone

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kevin87
  Feb 03, 2012
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I think it's lame to have Pocahontas as a two movie set.. the only thing that should have those would be the Lilo & Stitch sequels.. the original theatrical movies should get their own seperate release

basically only thing I won't get is Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3

Rainman208
  Feb 03, 2012
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Once I have Aladdin and Finding Nemo my Disney catalog will be complete

vanscottie
  Feb 03, 2012
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I can almost understand adding "Fox and the Hound 2" to Fox and the Hound". The original was a nice little film. But to thrown in the Pocahauntas sequel with a really good film is just stupid. I'm wondering why they bother at all. Are they getting scads of mail asking, "Where's those Direct to Video sequels???'
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nolfoc
  Feb 03, 2012
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how about you tease us with Heavy Weights Disney!!!!

Elandyll
  Feb 03, 2012
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Where the Fr*ck is Finding Nemo?????

Of that entire lineup, the only one that (slightly) excites me is The Rescuers. Aladin .. mmh .. kindof. Kinda like Cinderella. You got to have it .. but not all that exciting really.

But seriously, this is one major let down lineup, compared to what's still to be released (Jungle Book, Tarzan, Sword in Stone, Hercules, Peter Pan....)

sicoe
  Feb 03, 2012
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2012 is going to be a busy year when it comes to Blu-ray releases I'm very excited about Cinderella and the Rescuers

SpaceMind
  Feb 03, 2012
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I want The Black Hole!!!

DarkNightMatt
  Feb 03, 2012
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I cant wait for these. I'm gonna pick up everyone XD

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tridon
  Feb 03, 2012
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I love how my original post was voted down because I think Pocahontas deserves a Diamond Edition.

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Torgon
  Feb 03, 2012
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I upped you. I think Pocahontas deserves a Diamond Edition as well. Disney was on a hot streak (mostly) starting w/ The Little Mermaid and through The Hunchback of Notre Dame. All of those should be Diamonds IMO (except Rescuers Down Under). Glad to see they added Aladdin to the Diamond list at least.

Damage Inc.
  Feb 03, 2012
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Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3?? What the frick... Must sell a lot to kiddies...

benbess
  Feb 03, 2012
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What about 1954's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea with James Mason, Kirk Douglas, and Peter Lorre? One of greatest sci fi movies ever made! How long do we have to wait for this one?

NzYme
  Feb 03, 2012
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I thought MULAN was coming this year??
Revan0357
  Feb 03, 2012
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NEMO????

phogoodness
  Feb 03, 2012
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Song of the South blu ray...
PRIDE
  Feb 03, 2012
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That's nice but what about some Studio Ghibli titles? Spirited Away, Porco Rosso, Mononoke, Totoro, Kiki?
paperboy
  Feb 03, 2012
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The bluray format will be extinct before Disney get around to release all their classics. ;-) It's a pain knowing you have to wait a year for Aladdin and even more for Tarzan. Yeah, and it's a mistake releasing both Pocahontas movies in a double pack.
penguin
  Feb 03, 2012
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Robin Hood and the Jungle Book are my two favourites and there is not a sniff about them! I think this "back in the safe" idea is stupid, once they are out anyone can find a copy if they look hard enough!

tru blu
  Feb 03, 2012
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Also wishing Pocahontas was getting stand alone release. Would love the art work from the Deluxe CAV Laserdisc!!. Will also pick up Cinderella, Aladdin, Lion King 2 and The Rescuers.
blackhook
  Feb 03, 2012
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How about "That Darn Cat!"? ...i.e., the 1965 original with Hayley Mills & Dean Jones. Very entertaining caper flick that never even had a proper widescreen U.S. release.

ascotinmpls
  Feb 03, 2012
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no Nemo?

Skrillex
  Feb 03, 2012
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Looking forward to Aladdin, hopefully a Nemo release will be this year, I doubt that is all the blu's Disney will release this year.

X400
  Feb 03, 2012
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NEXT YEAR FOR ALADDIN geeeez oh well better late than never

FIDDYPOP
  Feb 03, 2012
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My daughter is going to flip.

zackisthewalrus
  Feb 03, 2012
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I'll be getting Pocahontas, The Rescuers, The Aristocats, Cinderella, and Aladdin!! So excited for all of these releases!!!

RONDALLAS
  Feb 03, 2012
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WHERE o where is the movie that started it all for big box office success the Little Mermaid. I'm dying for this movie . Aladdin at last but next year . Really. Y the wait. No Nemo .

yspkrk
  Feb 03, 2012
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Aladdin in a year.... too long...
Happy for Pocahontas...

Turnda643
  Feb 03, 2012
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Finally!! Cinderella!! And extremely excited about the Aristocats, Rescuers, and Aladdin. And I'll get Pocahontas too. But it's not a high level fav.

Marciano315
  Feb 03, 2012
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when are they doing Hercules????????????

mikesncc1701
  Feb 03, 2012
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I'm all over Cinderella, The Rescuers/Down Under, and The Aristocats!
The Rocketeer
  Feb 03, 2012
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I need the Mouse to do a fancy Blu Ray release of "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea". In prep for David Fincher's reboot/prequel.

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BlackBeltNinja
  Feb 03, 2012
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How about some more 3d blu-ray releases. I'm still waiting for The Incredibles 3d.
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Imrahil2001
  Feb 03, 2012
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I read the title of this as "Disney Treasures 2012" and got excited. Alas. Will get Aladdin, pass on the rest.
TheE3Guy
  Feb 03, 2012
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Finding Nemo: Spring 2034
gekke henkie
  Feb 03, 2012
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I have troubles finding Nemo in there
Luckily, the theatrical (3D) re-release is coming this September, so the Blu-ray can't be far behind...

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DonRSD
  Feb 03, 2012
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finding nemo?
jungle book?
robin hood?

Gray Wolf
  Feb 04, 2012
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why are we getting Pocahontas before Finding Nemo, Robin Hood, Aladdin (and it's sequels which were pretty good), Jungle Book, Mulan, etc. I could go on for a while

not a fan of Pocahontas... quite possibly my least favorite Disney movie from the 90s
nyyndryyl
  Feb 04, 2012
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I'm so tired of Disney's dumb vault.

SleeperAgent
  Feb 04, 2012
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Why is Aladdin so far away?

And where is NEMO!?!?!?!?!?!?!

brainofj72
  Feb 04, 2012
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Not a huge Disney fan, but I will definitely be buying The Aristocats. In fact, I just recently sold my DVD in anticipation.

SlaughterHighMe
  Feb 04, 2012
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I'll just say what we're all obviously thinking: Where is hocus pocus?! Why isn't it on that list?!

Blu-Jawa
  Feb 04, 2012
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What about "CondorMan"? this little title always gets left behind.

http://www.imdb.com/media/rm807771904/tt0082199

Vitto
  Feb 04, 2012
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It's gonna be a great summer with Rescuers Down Under on blu. Good to know Aladdin is finally in the works. I'm surprised there's no news yet on a Finding Nemo blu-ray coinciding with the 3D theatrical release this fall. I would guess Little Mermaid gets a 2013 release along with its 3D theatrical release. Other than that my most anticipated announcement would have to be Tarzan. That would truly look amazing in high def.
supervehicle
  Feb 04, 2012
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I second snakemaster7's comment regarding "A Goofy Movie."
Carl
  Feb 04, 2012
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I was really expecting a 10 year anniversary of Stitch this year... pfft!
andersonpenix
  Feb 04, 2012
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What about The Great Mouse Detective? I would love to see Basil of Baker Street solve the "Case of the Missing Blu Ray".

Ufacat
  Feb 04, 2012
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None of this is any good without any word about "Mary Poppins."

Psybits
  Feb 04, 2012
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woot! can't wait for Aladdin!

probably will get the rescuers movies as well

but yeah I agree with the people who are asking for Robin Hood and Lilo and Stitch
AnimatedMadness
  Feb 04, 2012
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Wow this is a lot of comments. Lol. Ok, here's my 2 cents.

I will ignore Lady and the Tramp II because it's not part of the Disney feature animation Canon, also because it was extremely lame.

Pocahontas on blu? No complaints. Pocahontas 2 in the same case? Lame. I most likely will avoid it.

I see a few comments about Rescuers not being a good set. Let me clarify something here...

The original cleaned up for blu will look nice but its definitely a great set because you can see a huge difference in the sequel. see Rescuers Down Under was the only true sequel released by Disney feature animation and it shows. gorgeous animation, great action, its a very underrated film and I feel a blu ray release is truly justified here.

Aristocats? Really? Ugh. Whatever Disney.

By the way, these freakin' "buddies" movies, the "beverly hills Chihuahua"s, Disney please stop for the love of God. We get it, puppies are cute. Now STOP IT AND MAKE SOMETHING GOOD.

Will not get Cinderella. Yes I know, its claimed to be a masterpiece, but it's just boring to me.

Aladdin? DAY ONE.

Movies that need to be on bluray; Black Hole, Absent-Minded Professor, The Jungle Book, Lilo and Stitch, Black Cauldron, Emperor's New Groove, adventures of winnie the pooh, Atlantis, Treasure Planet, A Goofy Movie (no crappy dtv sequel with it), and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Arkadin
  Feb 04, 2012
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another year with apparently a total lack live action classics.
Disney truly sucks.
I'm just completely sick of this crap.
and have they already abandoned Studio Ghibli?
just pathetic schedule.
Disney is now officially my least favorite studio for bd and after 5+ years have become the biggest disappointment hands down based on what they have available to release.

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NY Yankees 23 2
  Feb 04, 2012
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Where the hell is "Finding Nemo?"

lildon24
  Feb 04, 2012
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I been waiting on Aladdin for a long time now for blu-ray release. Next year sound far away. Also I am waiting on" 101 Dalmatians", "The Return of Jafar", and ones of the best favorite movie of all time, "The Great Mouse Detective!"

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N8DOGG
  Feb 04, 2012
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No Tarzan? Damn. I guess they've also forgotten about Brother Bear, Hercules, and The Black Cauldron.

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Gardenofstone10
  Feb 04, 2012
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Where's Peter Pan? Finding Nemo? 101 Dalmations? Come on Disney, step it up

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Whirlygig
  Feb 04, 2012
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Uhh...so, am I the only one thinking that since this may have just been one of those "coming soon" inserts, it is subject to change and may also be incomplete?
fearfulcrowd
  Feb 04, 2012
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Disappointed that Finding Nemo was not on the list--if you remember, they teased this labeling it as "coming soon" during the initial days of blu-ray promotion videos.

Jimmy W
  Feb 04, 2012
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Interested in Cinderella, The Aristocats, Aladdin and possibly The Rescuers.

thephantomcat
  Feb 04, 2012
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I need to upgrade my Beauty and the Beast to 3D while I can....
erikzito
  Feb 04, 2012
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All Disney Canon is day one for me

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aggienader08
  Feb 04, 2012
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I hate it when studios "tease" the yearly slate, because the majority of titles end up never coming out and being pushed back.

lupinskitten
  Feb 04, 2012
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I want the live action Jungle Book movie!
PretyHateMachin
  Feb 04, 2012
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Who cares if Pocahontas gets released with its sequel. Only a few people would ever buy that movie period, so it might as well be included. I don't care about the sequel, but honestly I might actually watch it once if it was included. Also, I do not think Pocahontas is worthy of a Diamond edition. While not a horrible movie, it is far from being a total classic in my opinion. That movie had way too many flaws. Also, the added footage with the song in the 10th anniversary edition actually made the movie better, so THAT version better be included! I have all the disney movies on DVD and I am slowly upgrading to blu-ray. I have bought every animated classic on blu ray since Sleeping Beauty, and I plan on owning all of them.

erlinmeyer
  Feb 04, 2012
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would like to see Brother Bear...I need a few laughs

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zoodermin
  Feb 04, 2012
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@PretyHateMachin I do care that Pocahontas gets released with its cheapquel (seriously that movie can't be called a sequel). Maybe is because I grew up with the Renaissance films (The Little Mermaid-Tarzan) and it's my favorite period in the Disney canon so I expect all of those films to be released in top notch presentations. I really like the film and while it may be not "worthy" of a Diamond Edition I think it deserves a good standalone release . After all, it won two Academy Awards (best song and best score) and has remained popular. I only hope that Disney treats it well and give it a better release than The Fox and the Hound (which has a good but underwhelming video presentation and no bonus features) with stellar picture and sound and at least all the DVD bonus material. And I agree, they better include both cuts of the film because the 10th Anniv. cut is better than the theatrical one.

indysoarin19
  Feb 04, 2012
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Looks like I'll have to speed up my plan to buy Bambi...

Excited for Lady, Rescuers, Aristocats, Cinderella, and Aladdin. I expect Nemo to be a Fall release (they released a teaser trailer and the 3D re-release indicates a blu-ray release).

Still looking forward to: Tarzan, Emperor's New Groove, the rest of the Diamond Editions, and the older classics like Mary Poppins. Not as knockout of a year for Disney as 2011 was, but certainly not bad.
masetodd
  Feb 04, 2012
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At this rate, by the time Disney gets all their movies on Blu-ray, the format will be dead.

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zoodermin
  Feb 04, 2012
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The sad thing is that, with the release of Pocahontas we confirm that Disney is going to release all its non-Diamond titles alongside its crappy cheapquels, so look forward to this two packs in the future:

The Hunchback of Notre Dame/The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2.
Mulan/Mulan 2
Tarzan/Tarzan 2
The Emperor's New Groove/Kronk's New Groove
Atlantis: The Lost Empire/Atlantis 2: Milo's Return
Lilo & Stitch/Lilo & Stitch 2
Brother Bear/Brother Bear 2

Fortunately Cinderella, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, The Jungle Book, Peter Pan and 101 Dalmatians are Diamond titles so they won't be crammed with their "sequels".

TBong88
  Feb 04, 2012
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Disappointed Aladdin isn't coming out till 2013

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zoodermin
  Feb 04, 2012
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I don't get why a lot of people is getting really upset because Aladdin is going to be released in Spring 2013. I know is a long time but I rather have a top quality DIAMOND EDITION release of the film in a year than a so-so "anniversary" edition later this year that would have surely be crammed alongside its cheapquels. I'm really glad Disney reintroduced Aladdin into the Diamond Line and that they have set a release date (even though is still a distant date). People,let's enjoy what's coming this year and relax because now we know for sure that Disney will treat Aladdin as the classic it is.

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jasonaalbert73
  Feb 04, 2012
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PETER PAN!!!

gill08
  Feb 04, 2012
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Would love to see an Aladdin 3D edition released along with The Little Mermaid 3D
UseYourIllusionAgain
  Feb 04, 2012
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I hope there will be more. How about

Finding Nemo
Mulan
The Little Mermaid

and as for non animation ;

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Holes
JB2K
  Feb 04, 2012
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@bbeck -- you DID get Aladdin and Cinderella a few years ago, as they were among the last "DVD only" releases Disney was doing with its' animated classics...
LordRaymond
  Feb 04, 2012
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Pocohantas and Aladdin.

Geode
  Feb 04, 2012
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"The Rescuers" may be the most under-appreciated Disney animated feature in the studio's history. It is captivating from the very first shot and the only animated feature from the studio that can match or top it since its release back in 1977 (I saw it the very first day as the projectionist in the Tanforan Theater in san Bruno, Ca.) is "Lilo & Stitch."

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ddelrymple
  Feb 05, 2012
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Goody Movie and Hercules. I WANT

masoud90
  Feb 05, 2012
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Wow, great news!

BluPix
  Feb 05, 2012
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I'm glad Cinderella is finally coming to blu; I've been wanting that classic in my collection for a long time. I'm also very interested in Aladdin.

I still plan to buy the big box of The Lion King series and am considering both Lady and the Tramp and Beauty and the Beast. Looks as if I'll need to decide soon on that last title. (And I'm still waiting for a good sale/deal on Dumbo.)

The visual style of The Aristocats reminds me of 101 Dalmations (1961) and The Jungle Book (1967), both of which had a similar, "sketchy" style (which I've always loved) and both of which I would really like to see on blu.

In any case, Disney's on a blu-ray roll and, clearly, good things are happening.

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Torgon
  Feb 05, 2012
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@Geode
You had me until the end; then you said 'Lilo & Stitch', lol.
KG204
  Feb 05, 2012
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Notice how most of the classic movies are slated for release this summer? The only ones that aren't are part of the Diamond Line and have a set schedule already.

What I mean to say, is that there are a lot of animated movies that can be released in the Fall/Winter, right before holiday season starts. 2012 isn't completely defined yet.

Also, there is a reason those movies aren't available yet. Disney is probably going to want to spread their catalog throughout the timeframe of the Diamond Edition lineup, which is supposed to end 2015/2016.

Myself? I'm personally waiting for three movies: Who framed Roger Rabbit, Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and Finding Nemo.
NYorker
  Feb 05, 2012
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How can Aristocats come before Aladdin...? and where's Mary Poppins...??
bigG71
  Feb 05, 2012
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When we saw Beauty and the Beast 3D two weeks ago, there was a trailer for Finding Nemo 3D. It got cut off before the end though so I'm not sure if it's going to be fall 2012 or spring 2013. Hopefully a Blu-ray should be out shortly before or after this.

Ray O. Blu
  Feb 05, 2012
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I've always thought that Disney's releasing method is incredibly selfish & self-centered. The 'Vault' idea alone presumes that humans are timeless & immortal. Disney's vanity precludes even my own selfish ranting over their methods.

mister serious
  Feb 05, 2012
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Where's "The Muppet Movie"?

prof_ho11ow
  Feb 05, 2012
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At the right price, i'll get The Rescuers set, but Aladdin is my all-time fav, just sucks I have to wait till 2013!
Mr.Briggs
  Feb 05, 2012
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I hate the Pocahontas pairing of a classic and a cheapquel. I hope they get the aspect ratios right with the Aladdin sequels if they're released at the same time as the original. I could never believe Disney didn't put out a corrected Jafar on dvd.

Ray_Rogers
  Feb 05, 2012
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Where the hell is 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Black Hole, The Jurt Russell Trilogy, Herbie, Darbie O'Gill and the Little People and the other live-action? How about the theatrical animated shorts while we're at it?

Seggy
  Feb 05, 2012
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This list seems more like a tease than anything comprehensive. If this is all we are getting from Disney, then they must feel like 2012 is the year of the "B-list". They could at least reel us in with that "coming soon" caption and a list of films that they probably won't release for another couple years. I'm still waiting for Spirited Away to get a proper Blu release as well. Bottom line, with all Disney's genius for exploiting rabid fans, they could be doing a little more to keep us interested than just saying, 'Don't worry you'll have Cinderella before the holidays, and Aladdin next year'.
Fumjum
  Feb 06, 2012
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@zoodermin Finding Nemo is receiving a 3D theatrical release later this year so they will probably release a set toward the end of the year or beginning of next year with a 3D version.
dannyc74
  Feb 06, 2012
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"Finding Nemo" will likely be re-released in 3D; I doubt a Blu Ray will be released in 2012. If there is a Blu Ray release, expect Disney-Pixar to have it coincide with the Christmas shopping onslaught.

C'mon Disney - how about "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"?

Clinton3779
  Feb 06, 2012
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Dick Tracy & Who Framed Roger Rabbit, pl pl pl please!!! would love to see these released on blu before i end up in a vault!

tcfiero
  Feb 06, 2012
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I would like to see "Song of the South" in any format here in the States.
Fumjum
  Feb 06, 2012
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@dannyc74 It WILL be released in 3D theatrically this year. There was a trailer for it before Beauty and the Beast 3D in theaters.

BobbyB
  Feb 06, 2012
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@ tcfiero I owned Song of the South on Laserdisc years ago...it was an import from Japan. I would kill for a remastered, HD Blu-Ray of this movie, as the animation is some of the finest ever done by the studio. I heard rumors a while back that they were contemplating releasing it under the Treasures line of DVD's, but it never came to fruition. I'm beginning to think they will never let this out of the vault because of the racial stuff. It truly is a shame.
Pixar1138
  Feb 07, 2012
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WHY does Disney insist on reminding us that crap like Lion King 2, Pocahontas 2, Lion King 1 1/2 (really?), and Lady and the Trap 2 exists?!! Seriously, I thought we were done with this scar on Disney's record when Eisner left and Lasseter took charge, but NOW THEY'RE BEING RELEASED ON BLU-RAY??!!!! Pathetic.

On the positive side, I'm excited about Lady and the Tramp and Cinderella and am pleasantly surprised about The Rescuers I/II (that IS justifiable), The Aristocats, and Aladdin. I honestly thought it would take a lot longer for these to get their Blu-Ray debuts.
mattaroni103
  Feb 07, 2012
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While I don't like or respect it, What Disney is doing is really smart. They take their time releasing the movies we all want, driving up the demand. Then they release them around the time the "top of the line" home video format is becoming less and less. By the time all the blurays for the good Disney movies are out, their will be something better than blu ray and they will start all over again.
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Tns49
  Feb 08, 2012
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I too would like to see "Song of the South" but its been one of the titles that Disney now considers Politically Incorrect and so they don't want to release it in the US.

I also want to hear the schedule for some of the 3d titles. UP is the only definite one I have heard of.
Jacob The Great
  Feb 11, 2012
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Cinderella, my mom's favorite, Tinker Bell 4 - Secret of The Wings, first Disney DTV movie in 3D, not 3D CGI animated, in real 3D.
Gonna be a big year this year.
P.S. @Tns49 UP is now in 3D in UK and Germany.
UseYourIllusionAgain
  Feb 15, 2012
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Let's not forget to add for non animation;

Flight of the Navigator
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FreedomFighters716
  Feb 29, 2012
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NEMO? I know why they aren't giving the release date. They are asking fans to try, "Finding Nemo's Blu-Ray release date." Sounds like a great new movie. I can't wait to see how it ends.


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