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Upcoming Disney Catalog Releases for 2012 (Updated)

Posted June 26, 2012 07:03 AM by Josh Katz

This year, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will bring over thirty catalog entries to Blu-ray. The scheduled films span across Disney's different distribution branches, and while the studio has previously hinted at certain titles - such as The Color of Money, Cocktail, Ransom, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, The Rescuers, and The Aristocats - today's announcement sheds light on many more future Blu-rays.

Listed in chronological Blu-ray release order, the titles include:
While the technical and supplementary specifications are still unknown for most of these features, Disney's EVP of product management Lori MacPherson noted that, "We receive many requests and comments from consumers seeking specific titles they'd like to own on Blu-ray and, as such, we carefully selected a number of popular films that will satisfy demand from fans worldwide...As we grow our Blu-ray catalog we will continue to utilize the best technologies to provide the most pristine and immersive in-home experience of our films."


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

News comments (224 comments)


zackisthewalrus
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I hope the US gets Tarzan soon since other countries are starting to get it.

Robert Siegel
 - Mar 16, 2012

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This is the most fantastic news, there are so many of my wants in this list (Evita,ect) and it is so good to finally see Disney doing some of their live-action catalog (Pete's Dragon, Absent Minded Professor). Hats off....I just wish that three titles were on this list: Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks and The Happiest Millionaire. But with a list like this, I can't complain.

jwerk
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Santa Clause, finally!

jreilly90
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Awesome, in for Adventures in Babysitting, Ed Wood, High Fidelity, Judge Dredd, The Rescuers, Dick Tracy,

DanFan
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Wow! I can finally retire 4 non-anamorphic DVDs. Color of Money, Adventures in Babysitting, Arachnophobia and While You Were Sleeping.

darkman
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Arachnophobia and Dick Tracy finally!!!!

mshansen
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Finally! Disney is finally going to release more than one or two catalog releases in the same year! Glad to see several good ones in the Fall and October lists!

MtGiraffe
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I'm excited about a lot of these, but when oh when will Disney release The Muppet Movie and The Great Muppet Caper???

Germtop
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Under the Tuscan Sun! Er, you know, for my wife...

James78
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Adventures in Babysitting, Romy and Michelle and The Hand that Rocks the Cradle are all guilty pleasures of mine.

The Apocalypse
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Excellent! Atlantis, Brother Bear and Treasure Planet are the ones I'll be picking up.

varmintx
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Already knew about Color of Money, but Ed Wood and Grosse Pointe Blank are 2 of my biggest wants. Still no Open Range though.

PossumPete
 - Mar 16, 2012

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So many great titles. Great to see them coming out but I'm looking for Open Range also.

NeoMaximuz
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood! About time!

ghostsofjoy
 - Mar 16, 2012

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WOW! There are some great titles in this list!

_ck
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood! YES! I hope it comes out timed with the theatrical release of Frankenweenie (early October), seeing as they're both black & white Tim Burton movies.

johnf14
 - Mar 16, 2012

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20,000 L U the S where are you?

scottpcusa
 - Mar 16, 2012

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VERY excited about "High Fidelity" and "Dick Tracy"! I'm Still looking forward to the day when "Robin Hood" (1973) hits blu-ray. Maybe December 2013 when it turns 40?

nathanp
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood, High Fidelity and Dick Tracy at last!!

guicao
 - Mar 16, 2012

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ed wood...hell yeah !!!!!

nametag
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Excited about Evita and Romy and Michele!

metriclove
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Yes, I will be poor, but happy!

bluskies
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Good news.

Now if only they would move "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh" from their Treasures area to Blu-ray.

SethRex
 - Mar 16, 2012

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There's definitely a few I'd be into.

Spartan123
 - Mar 16, 2012

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This is great news

Judge Dredd
Dick Tracy

Day one for me

Aidenag
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Sweet! Color of Money, Arachnophobia and Dick Tracy!

Blu Balls
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I'm in for High Fidelity and Grosse Pointe Blank!

Guydowood
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Time to sell some of those old Non-Anamorphic DVD's off!!!!!!!!!

mattster
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Finally, Julianne Moore gets killed by a greenhouse in high def!

Brad1963
 - Mar 16, 2012

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about time! Ed Wood, Under the Tuscan Sun, High Fidelity, Aristocats, Rescuers are definates for me. Wish they would release 20,000 Leagues, Parent Trap, Mary Poppins and more of the Classic Live action films.

kong73
 - Mar 16, 2012

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FUCKING FINALLY!!!!! The Horse Whisperer

MrClarke
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Romy and Michelle and Ed Woord will be day 1s for me!

mars396
 - Mar 16, 2012

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The Black Hole ?!?!?!?!?!?

Caesu
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Wholly Cr*p!!!!!

Spoodbuoy
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Happy as a clam for Ed Wood and Nutty Professor, but still nothing with Dean Jones

sgmason
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Glad to see Atlantis on the list. The dvd featured a dts 6.1 track that sounded amazing. Hopefully the blu-ray will feature 7.1 lossless audio.

sxerunner
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Honestly shocked that Hocus Pocus is getting a Blu release. A real nice surprise though!

Brownd
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Flubber!!! :squee:

tylerdurden10
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Wholly SH@T!!!! YES!!!! They are finally getting to some great stuff!

kitfisto92
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Hocus Pocus... Finallyyyyyy!!!! The Halloween movie of my generation (right behind Nightmare before Xmas))

Doctorossi
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Wow- Disney suddenly remembered that they've made some live-action films. However, where's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea?!

Guydowood
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Disney needs to add these:

25th Hour
Alive
Billy Bathgate
Color of Night
Dangerous Minds
Decieved
Guilty as Sin
He Got Game
Medicine Man
Metro
Mr. Holland's Opus
One Good Cop
Stakeout
Three Men and a Baby
Three Men and a Little Lady
Up Close and Personal
White Squall

jawsfan1975
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I wonder if these titles will make it to the Disney Movie Club to make my commitment purchases.

Garconis
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Pete's Dragon FTW.

ilovenola2
 - Mar 16, 2012

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This is indeed great news. But I echo those who ask yet again where is 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea?? And Old Yeller?? And original Parent Trap?? And Pollyanna??? The faves from the 50s for us original Mickey Mouse Clubbers!!!

ilovenola2
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Oops!!! Forgot to mention, where is the 1950 Treasure Island??? Arghhhhhh!

erikilla
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Judge Dredd! Hell, yes! Now if they could just announce The 13th Warrior and Deep Rising!

impetus
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Rescuers, Ed Wood, Judge Dredd, Dick Tracy... nice!

Dex Robinson
 - Mar 16, 2012

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BRAVO! Disney, Bravo! When I first read the headline about "Disney Catalog Releases", my first thought was, "More second tier animation with classic live action left on the shelf". Then I saw the titles...WOW! It's like they read my wish list.

TheManInBlu
 - Mar 16, 2012

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SWEET!!! I wish all studios released lists like this ahead of time

Darth Marcus
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ransom and Dick Tracy!

dlemond
 - Mar 16, 2012

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How can The Black Hole not be on that list??

When I saw the title of this article I thought for sure it would be on there.

spanky87
 - Mar 16, 2012

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ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING! Thank you Disney!

Mahatma
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Santa Clause comes early this year.Color of money atlast!

Mignolafan9204
 - Mar 16, 2012

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megafan999
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I declare this Disney Blu year!

And just when I was slowing down on my movie purchases...

MJW
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Excellent news! I'll be getting each and every one of the animated films.

lupinskitten
 - Mar 16, 2012

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... I still want Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book. Come on, Disney! Feed my Sam Neil obsession!

BluPix
 - Mar 16, 2012

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This is good news that so many films from Disney's live-action catalog will be released this year. I'm especially looking forward to The Color of Money, Arachnophobia and The Hand that Rocks the Cradle. I'll possibly consider a few others.

knifethrower
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I'm loving all the sci-fi on the list. Does anyone else wonder if this is a direct response to Lionsgate's massive Miramax deluge?

zoodermin
 - Mar 16, 2012

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While is great that Disney is releasing more live action films, I'm disappointed with some of the animated releases. Where is Tarzan and Finding Nemo? I prefer those over films like Home on the Range and Atlantis.

in2video2
 - Mar 16, 2012

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So many Disney movies - such a flood of them. Excellent news.

zoodermin
 - Mar 16, 2012

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And also, Didn't Pocahontas and The Rescuers were going to be released on summer?

rickah88
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Now that's what I call an announcement!! Too much to list!!!

mseeley
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Treasure Planet!!!!! 0_0!!!! AHHHHHHHHHH! Please please please bring Hunchback of Notre Dame!!!! I want that one most! lol

aurian
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Great list, was hoping to see Darby O'Gill on it, it our favorite Disney live action. Really a great movie. But I will settle for Pete's Dragon, a childhood favorite.

insomniac013
 - Mar 16, 2012

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ED WOOD WILL BE MINE!!!!!!11

bookcase
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I'm thrilled about many of these, especially Evita. But Romy and Michele is one of the biggest surprises, and I can't wait!!!

Arkadin
 - Mar 16, 2012

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well it's a start at least. gotta give Disney props for that.
there may actually be hope for The Parent Trap, Pollyanna, 20,000 leagues under the sea, That Darn Cat, Old Yeller, Swiss family Robinson, etc. etc. etc.

Tom Servo
 - Mar 16, 2012

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No Black Hole, but with a reamke in the works I would expect a release to coincide with that.

Joseph Goodman
 - Mar 16, 2012

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They do an expensive 4k restoration on "20,000 Leagues", but it's still nowhere to be found. Maybe they can talk to Twilight Time...

Rainman208
 - Mar 16, 2012

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And my wait for Deep Rising continues.

disneyboi81
 - Mar 16, 2012

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OMG!!!! A lot of our wishes will be coming true this year!!! I just hoping Disney does this right by carrying over or creating new extras. My wallet is not going to be happy. I might need to visit IKEA for some more shelf space. =) Great start to the weekend!!!

dsfan1
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ok...I will be the one to ask. No Song of the South????!!!! ;-)

Topher7777
 - Mar 16, 2012

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holy moly! Adventures in Babysitting!? I never thought it would happen in a million years! YES!!! "Oh Thor Mighty God of Thunder!!!"

Faint
 - Mar 16, 2012

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HOCUS POCUS! CAN'T WAIT!

vanscottie
 - Mar 16, 2012

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OMG, once again doing a two movie package of a very good Disney film, "Pocahantus" with its sequel no one Earth gives a rat's ass about. I wouldn't mind so much EXCEPT that it'll jack the price up dramatically for only one film I'm ever going to watch

I-C-Blue
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Finally Hocus Pocus with an anamorphic widescreen transfer! That and Brother Bear and Adventures in babysitting - nostalgia thru the roof!!

nolfoc
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Hocus Pocus!!!!! ugh why are they not selling the Santa Clause movies seperatly!!!!!! i only want the first one

Torgon
 - Mar 16, 2012

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My poor wallet .

Smart
 - Mar 16, 2012

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They're not going to release Tarzan? That upsets me greatly.

Lucy Diamond
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Under The Tuscan Sun!!!


Yesssssssss!!!!

jlynn33
 - Mar 16, 2012

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GROSSE POINT BLANK!!!!! Finally!

CheapChildren
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Adventures in Babysitting!!!
Hocus Pocus!!!

jlynn33
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Finding Nemo 3D is out in theaters September 14th,2012 so blu-ray release to coincide with that. I would think in time for Christmas or just after the first of the year.

Adam_ME
 - Mar 16, 2012

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A lot of these have been airing on HDNet Movies, so it's no surprise to see them announced on Blu-ray. I just hope The Horse Whisperer maintains the 2 different aspect ratios and doesn't windowbox the 1.85:1 portion of the film.

jlynn33
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Where is the Dexter Riley Trilogy?

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (69')
Now You See Him, Now You Don't (72')
The Strongest Man In The World (75')

Minimejer05
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Atlantis!!!

Bruce Morrison
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Very pleased about The Color Of Money and Ed Wood, but sad that there's still no sign of Tin Men.

thetrixrabbit
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Although it isn't in the list above 'Newsies' is also coming to Blu-ray! The pre-order went up today for Jun 19th (same day as Christian Bale's awesome 'Empire of the Sun')

What an aweosme list! That being said, DISNEY, ARE YOU LISTENING??? Do NOT, I repeat, DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER releasing these films without Bonus Features like you did with 'The Rocketeer'. Now, if none were ever on the DVD and nothing was done at the time of release, that's forgiveable as long as we at least get the trailer. But for films like 'Dick Tracy', even if they don't generate any new features, there was a plethora of things on HBO and on the Disney channel at the time. I had hours of making-of shows taped from TV back then, and when the DVD came out, it was bare. Disney, I love ya, but don't test my patience!! And reissue the Rocketeer with all those features you're holding back!!

hulkreborn
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Some good titles here. But... still no Super Mario Bros. or Deep Rising?

bam777
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Happy to see The Santa Claus Trilogy and Romy and Michele, but why isn't HOLES on Blu-ray yet?!?!?!?

bubba-b
 - Mar 16, 2012

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GROSSE POINTE BLANK!!! wow, never thought i'd see the day. um, what about the rumors for 2012 releases of Tarzan/Mulan/Robin Hood/Finding Nemo? i know Nemo is being brought back to theaters later this year in 3D. guess it's sit and wait...

jlynn33
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Where are these great titles?

The Shaggy Dog (59')
The Shaggy D.A. (76')
No Deposit, No Return (76')
The Apple Dumpling Gang (75')
The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (79')

Herbie The Love Bug Collection:
The Love Bug (68')
Herbie Rides Again (74')
Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (77')
Herbie Goes Bananas (80')

and I guess you could throw in Herbie Fully Loaded (05') (but it makes me want to gag)

Arkadin
 - Mar 16, 2012

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nemo will be spring 2013 after the 3D release in the Fall.

lanceandnade
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I am so stoked to see The Absent Minded Professor & Son of Flubber on blu-ray

PeterTHX
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Great list.

But for those calling for other titles, much as we like they can't release *everything* in one year.

I imagine a similar list for 2013.

BobbyB
 - Mar 16, 2012

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They can release Pete's Dragon yet still no mention of Song of the South! They will NEVER give us this classic restored in HD. What a shame...

P@t_Mtl
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Stop asking for Song Of The South, Disney of the 21st century will release it 20 minutes after the entire planet as been consume by the Sun and even then I have doubt they would.

Ator the Invincible
 - Mar 16, 2012

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What a fantastic list! There's way too many here that I want. That's a good thing.

Jamison
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Glad to see 'Grosse Pointe Blank'.

vettesweetnos
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Stinks there is no Mighty Joe Young in that list, but thumbs up for Judge Dredd

jlynn33
 - Mar 16, 2012

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The only way Song Of The South gets a release is if the NAACP, AFLCIO, and every other organization that has a problem with race relations, gets behind it. Since none of these organizations ever agree on anything, means we will never see it.

DrrnHarr
 - Mar 16, 2012

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"Condorman" is the only Disney title I am waiting for.

hitnrun017
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Some great stuff! Very exciting!

But I want The Love Bug!

ambientcafe
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Sometimes, dreams DO come true .... 'The Horse Whisperer' & 'Dick Tracy' .... Still on the wishlist: '20,000 Leagues', the original 'Parent Trap', and yes - 'The Black Hole'.

prkprkprk
 - Mar 16, 2012

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ED WOOD! YES!

donzo29
 - Mar 16, 2012

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The Color of Money
Grosse Pointe Blank
Arachnophobia

Three great movies I don't even own on DVD. Sweet!

bam777
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I wish The Mighty Ducks Trilogy would also get a Blu-ray release soon.

rammsteinfan
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood, Dick Tracy, and Judge Dredd for sure this year on Day 1! Others maybe when they are sub $10.

ChadFL
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood!!! About friggin time. Easily one of my most wanted Blu-Ray release for years now.

JoeBuck
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Looking really forward to finally owning Grosse Pointe Blank!
Ed Wood, Color of Money, and Dick Tracy might also need to enter my collection. Either way this is awesome news!

Yojimbo
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I think it's time for Song of the South to come out. I know a few people that would love to have that, myself included.

captainjoe
 - Mar 16, 2012

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YES! Finally "The Killer Spider Movie" in 16x9 HD! Time to rid myself of the letterbox DVD

mikesncc1701
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Hell yes! I'm all over Grosse Pointe Blank and Phenomenon.

SpaceDog
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Sony take note... this is how you do catalog, boy!
Just waiting on some Lilo & Stitch love.

OHANA!

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Mar 16, 2012

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This is definately the best annoucnements in a long time, way to kick up the pace disney!
I wish Pocahontas wasnt moved back from its june 12th date(might have to go ahead and just pick up the import)
But there are quite a few titles from the animated classics line, i didnt expect to be seeing this year, including Treasure planet, home on the range, Atlantis and brother bear.
And fantastic seeing quite a few of the live action catalog comming out as well. Would have loved to seen a Black Hole announcement but i am sure thats being saved till the remake comes out late 2013.
I am actually wanting every movie they have on this list(animated or liveaction), so this is great news!

Don't forget guys Beatty said at the Q&A we hosted at work last year that the directors cut of dick tracy is what you saw on the screen when the movie came out, so hopefully that bs aintitcoolnews rumor doesnt rear its ugly head again. Beatty has always had final cut on his movies.

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Just orderd all the titles that are up for pre order now! would love to see Amazon swoop in with a few 5.00 off coupons for the animated ones!

dmollenauer
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Color of Money, Arachnophobia (which I never picked up on dvd due to it being non anamorphic) and Dick Tracy for me. But where is Open Range for Christs sake! Please Disney!

rgb2ycm
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Where is "QUIZ SHOW"?
I am truly disappointed.

ÉcranDeMinuit
 - Mar 16, 2012

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what about "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" ?

when they want ^^

Ryan1973
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Good list, but I would still like to see Stakeout, Shoot To Kill, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit come out on blu-ray soon.

rkolinski
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I LOVE Reese Witherspoon and movies set in Africa so I wish they would release "A Far Off Place!" Also, where is "Darby O'Gill and the Little People," "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" and "Stakeout?" Still, I am excited to eventually own "The Color of Money," "The Horse Whisperer," "Ed Wood," "Grosse Pointe Blank," "Arachnophobia," "Dick Tracy" and "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" on BD!

RBBrittain
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Yes, the list should have been bigger (let's go back to the original book title: Who *snuffed* Roger Rabbit???); but I preordered Sister Act 1 & 2, Treasure Planet & Home on the Range (it may be the worst DAC ever but it's still a DAC). Waiting for all the other DACs (despite being stuck with Pocahontas 2 ) plus Evita, Pete's Dragon (not considered a DAC despite significant animation), Arachnophobia & Dick Tracy.

Bluyoda
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Definitely Father of the Bride 1+2, and ED WOOD!!!!!

mark32570
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Very, very nice. I'll be grabbing:


- Sister Act / Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
- Home on the Range
- Treasure Planet
- The Aristocats
- Adventures in Babysitting
- Grosse Pointe Blank
- High Fidelity
- Judge Dredd
- Pete's Dragon
- Pocahontas / Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World two-movie package
- The Rescuers / The Rescuers Down Under two-movie package
- Atlantis: The Lost Empire
- Brother Bear
- The Santa Clause Trilogy

And maybe a few others, coin permitting

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Mar 16, 2012

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has anyone else noticed that disney has also put quite a few of its animated/live action titles in HD on amazon streaming now as well. Last night noticed they had added movies such as Honey I shrunk the kids, Mulan etc to the amazon streaming section as well as others. perhaps a Honey tripple feature with the two theatrical films and one direct to video film will be comming in 2013

steev210
 - Mar 16, 2012

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WOW, this is excellent news-some really great catalog titles in there. I was hoping for the 1998 Mighty Joe Young and Deep Rising , but I'm happy to be getting Sister Act 1 and 2, Adventures in Babysitting, Ghosts of the Abyss 3D, Judge Dredd, Arachnophobia and Dick Tracy.

You would think that Paramount would take a clue from Disney and do a big catalog blu-ray release wave. They are after all celebrating their 100th anniversary but you would never know it with the measly few titles they announced outside of the Indiana Jones films. Paramount is hands down one of the worst studios when it comes releasing back catalog hits. They should hang their heads in shame. Even Universal's efforts in promoting their 100th anniversary have been more impressive.

ambientcafe
 - Mar 16, 2012

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'Ryan1973' -- 'Shoot To Kill' -- yes!....great supporting cast: Tom Berenger (Platoon), Clancy Brown (Highlander), and Kirstie Alley (Wrath of Khan).

Benya
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Though there are a lot on here I want to own, I think I will hold off until this Disney All Access thing kickstarts. If they are going to be offering purchase of movies in HD for streaming from my all access account, than a lot of these are movies I would like to own, but don't really care about having a hard copy of.

vettesweetnos
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Bring on Who Framed Roger Rabbit & Mighty Joe Young.

hendersd
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood will be some great black & white on blu.

fischmangreg
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Give me Roger Rabbit, or heads will roll...
Other than the lack of that, I'll pick up The Color of Money, Treasure Planet (totally underrated), and Arachnophobia for sure. Maybe I'll do blind buys on Dick Tracy and a few others.

Dj Matt B
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Rescuers
Aristocats
Grosse Pointe Blank
Under the Tuscan Sun will all be mine!!

Still need
Stakeout
Rulthess People
Open Range
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
The Black Hole
Muppet Movie
and any Haley MIlls & Dean Jones titles

Pixar1138
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I can't believe Horse Whisperer is is getting a Blu-Ray before Marry Poppins!!

kevin87
 - Mar 16, 2012

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bunch of ones I want to get ASAP, if only to upgrade my DVDs..

it's crazy how long it's taken Step Up to come out on Blu-ray, seems like they'd have released it when 2nd or 3rd came out

Ray O. Blu
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Beaches!!! Finally

Peter McM
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Pretty good lineup, though still missing Mary Poppins and all things Lilo and Stitch.

tru blu
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Many titles I want. Thanks Disney!!

RogueKnite
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ghosts of the Abyss 3D, I'M SOLD!

RONDALLAS
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed wood is awesome and I can't wait for it but really Disney really King of all mouses . WTF . Can u please Please please I'm begging you release Little Mermaid and Tarzan on Blu ray b4 I die. Why so slow with these releases . I know I'll be gone before Mighty Joe Young gets blu treatment so i won't even bother

erlinmeyer
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Brother Bear - day one

punkguy03
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I love Newsies! Hopefully we will get the 3 musketeers soon! What about Tarzan? It's already being released in other countries.

Stratton
 - Mar 16, 2012

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ED WOOD!!! PULL THE STRING!!! Ya baby!!!

bbadley
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Even in the year of its 25th Anniversary, we don't get a decent, widescreen copy of the Patrick Dempsey classic "Can't Buy Me Love?" I have waited years for even just a decent DVD copy...For an 80s teen movie fan like myself, this is insulting. Although they would be MOST welcome, I don't even need a bunch of special features. Just a solid Anamorphic transfer would do, thank you very much.

Mr.Briggs
 - Mar 16, 2012

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I can't believe somebody at Disney finally woke up & decided to release catalog titles. About freaking time.

rafaelsalguero
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Omg !! Hocus Pocus, The hand that rocks the cradle, Atlantis, Ed Wood !! wow Day 1

AKORIS
 - Mar 16, 2012

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some really good titles coming.... 2012 seems like it's gonna be a great year fir blu ray!!

Alfred Bellows
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Disney: What's the holdup on Hercules and Hunchback of Notre Dame? Great movies from the modern era that need to come out on Blu-ray soon! Tarzan too!!!!!!

cabbagefanclub
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Some nice titles. Im really feeling the love for The Black Hole and Deep Rising. Two titles im waiting for.

ragingbull
 - Mar 16, 2012

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High Fidelity! Still no Grosse Point Blank though...

Steven_101
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Ed Wood, Atlantis, and Hocus Pocus! Can't wait.

Gray Wolf
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Aladdin? Robin Hood? Finding Nemo?

it's like Disney is taunting us...

PaulDHolloway
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Lots of great titles coming!

cdiver
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Arachnophobia..........one of my most wanted!

thedarkangel1975
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Arachnophobia, The Hand that rocks the cradle, and Hocus Pocus really interest me. I almost bought Hocus Pocus at Wal Mart last week on DVD. lets hope for a great price!

Liquid_Swords
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Adventures in Babysitting and High Fidelity...Yes please!

Gosszilla
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Looks like a great fall line-up! I need to score these, Fall 2012:

- Ed Wood
- Grosse Pointe Blank
- High Fidelity
- Adventures in Babysitting
- Judge Dredd
- Pete's Dragon
- Pocahontas
- The Rescuers / The Rescuers Down Under two-movie package

*still hoping Disney has Winter plans for "The Black Hole" (1979) and "The Black Cauldron" (1984)!!!

4000dvds2many
 - Mar 16, 2012

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Holy crap! Evita! Wow. Tons of awesome titles here. I'm in for most of them.

Sean B.
 - Mar 17, 2012

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I hope that Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides will get re-issued on Blu-ray on the 10th anniversary of Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl's theatrical release, with Never Before Seen Deleted Scenes and Extended Scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides and with the short film called "Tales of the Code: Wedlocked" included with it.

YunaFire
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Sister Act I & II!!!!!!!!!! HELL TO THE YES!!!!!

Dark Hueso
 - Mar 17, 2012

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yes yes yes

LordRaymond
 - Mar 17, 2012

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JULY 3rd TREASURE PLANET!

reginaroadie
 - Mar 17, 2012

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The only two that are listed that intrigue me are ED WOOD and DICK TRACY. Although I probably won't get rid of my Ed Wood DVD since it was signed by Juliet Landau, so it might have some value down the road.

boulder_bum
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Cool! Dick Tracy. Now come onnnn Roger Rabbit!

brainofj72
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Definitely in for Aristocats and Ed Wood.

vanscottie
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Ummmm where's Cinderella go?

muffie1985
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Great start but, Disney has still failed us!! It's the 20th Anniversary for The Mighty Ducks and The Muppet Christmas Carol. Not to mention 2011 had GREAT 20th Anniversary's as well White Fang, Shipwrecked and Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken. Disney, LISTEN to a HUGE Disney fan of the 80's and the 90's!! My generation is getting into their 30's and we want our childhood favorites NOW!! Never Cry Wolf, Return to Oz, The Journey of Natty Gann, The Great Mouse Detective, Flight of the Navigator, Oliver and Company, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Cheetah, The Little Mermaid, DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, White Fang, Shipwrecked, Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken, The Mighty Ducks, Aladdin, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, A Far Off Place, The Adventures of Huck Finn, Cool Runnings, The Three Musketeers, Iron Will, Heavyweights, Tall Tale, A Goofy Movie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, George of the Jungle, Mulan, The Parent Trap, Mighty Joe Young, and Tarzan. We want them all NOW!!!!

UseYourIllusionAgain
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Finally, Phenomenon.

Father of the Bride
Adventures in Babysitting
The Color of Money

maybe Cocktail and few other.

How about: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Mr. Hollands Opus

Geoff D
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Grosse Pointe Plank! YESSSSSSS!!!!

darthtron
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Where is The Many Adventures of Winne The Pooh?

When is it coming to Blu-ray?

sicoe
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Oh, this excellent news!!!! I'm not going to buy all of them, but the majority are on my wishlist! ^.^
Please release The Hunchback of Notre-Dame and Hercules on Blu-ray!!!! Those ones really need new home video releases!

mjcavinder
 - Mar 17, 2012

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The Rescuers / The Rescuers Down Under!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This IS the best release this year! im not joking....The Rescuers Down Under IS a must own...John Candy!

obriensg1
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Oh, yeah would love Mr. Holland's Opus! Hasn't ever seen an anamorphic release. Same story with Phenomenon and Horse Whisperer, which I just happily pre-ordered!

Lsalas76
 - Mar 17, 2012

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I thought Cinderella was also supposed to be released in the fall but I didn't see it on the list

Pirate King
 - Mar 17, 2012

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There are only 29 of these announced films that I will purchase. This makes me very happy. Thanks Disney!!

bbadley
 - Mar 17, 2012

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CAN'T BUY ME LOVE?!?!

Akijama
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Ed Wood!! So happy ^^ It was on the top of my wish list.High Fidelity and Grosse Point Blank are also great additions!
Now,bring Quiz Show and 25th Hour.Two truly awesome movies!

MoulinBlu
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Though it's practically a certainty most will be overpriced, regurgitations rather than fully respectable HD upgrades deserving Disney's premium, it's still great to see Disney finally getting into catalog titles with BD. I'm definitely in for The Santa Clause films, Hocus Pocus, Phenomenon, and Gross Pointe Blank, even if I will be paying more than what other studios charge for recycled, outdated transfers.

BluAtreyu
 - Mar 17, 2012

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I can honestly say that this list made my week - Adventures in babysitting? Newsies? Sister Act 1&2? Petes dragon? Hocus Pocus?? Romy and Michelle!!?? Not to mention Dick Tracy, Home on the range, Treasure planet, The Santa clause, Beaches and Ed wood....Some of my most wanted titles are on this list and I can't WAIT! Thank you Disney! You will be getting a lot of my money this year!

magicpod
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Oh man...no Black Hole..WTF!?

...I guess they will do a Tron and release alongside the remake?

Atreyu
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Ed Wood!! Finally
And The Absent Minded Professor with Son Of Flubber!!!!! yes yes yes yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

zackisthewalrus
 - Mar 17, 2012

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While this extensive list is very exciting, I hope that Disney will also release collections of their animated short films soon a la Walt Disney Treasures. I'd also really like to see Hunchback and Hercules soon!

tigtat77
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Thank you for Pete's Dragon. One of my all time favorite Disney movies. Have such fond memories of watching it with my Mom when I was younger.

tat015
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i want Hercules and listen the movie in DTS-HD MA 7.1

Alucard64
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Hocus Pocus and Adventures in Babysitting. Finally!!!!!

Mithrandir-Grey
 - Mar 17, 2012

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saw Ed Wood and shouted out loud with excitement. i wonder if it will tie in with the release of warners dark shadows? Hocus Pocus as well. fantastic news. plus all the classics its going to get expensive.

GRiZZ
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Everyone's got their favorites, and everyone's got the Disney films they couldn't care less about... but I think we all win with this news. I know there's definitely some I've been waiting for, and my younger sister will definitely love to hear some of her old-favorites like Babes In Toyland are coming to BLU.

batlash
 - Mar 17, 2012

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I'll stop hating Tim Burton (for what he's done to "Dark Shadows") long enough to buy "Ed Wood."

Will also pick up "Evita" and "Atlantis."

I'd also like to see blu-rays for "Tarzan" and "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh".

cornbetts
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Where's "Can't Buy Me Love?"

Philly Q
 - Mar 17, 2012

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I was reading that list thinking "nothing at all here for me"... but I could be in for Ed Wood and Grosse Pointe Blank ('bout time I replaced that VHS copy...)

fendi
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Yeay!!...at last!..my fav movie on blu!..Hocus Pocus, Sister Act, Ed Wood, Evita, Pocahontas, Aristocats, Home on the Range, Treasure Planet, Atlantis and Romy and Michele's High School Reunion!

PopPunkNerd182
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Some of you asking to release MORE movies than the FORTY+ that just got announced are pretty stupid. I hope the movies you want take another four years to come out. Tons of great releases on here, including a lot that people have been begging for, and now that you get those, you can't even take the time to appreciate them before complaining that titles from the 60's aren't on the same list.

iontyre
 - Mar 17, 2012

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I want The Happiest Millionaire!

Kendall427
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Finding nemo??? Princess diaries??? So excited about sister act, while you were sleeping, and father of the bride!

Blu Fanatic
 - Mar 17, 2012

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Grosse Pointe Blank... day 1 purchase for me

KenS
 - Mar 18, 2012

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Where is FINDING NEMO???

AKA Goldfish
 - Mar 18, 2012

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High Fidelity, Grosse Point Blank, Hocus Pocus (for my wife), Arachnophobia, Atlantis, Cocktail and Ed Wood...damn, I'm buying a lot of Disney this year.

Marciano315
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why is there no finding nemo. and i want hercules.

thephantomcat
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So many outstanding titles. Hocus Pocus is especially exciting for me as it's one of my favorite Halloween movies the entire family can enjoy. Definitely picking up all the animated masterpieces and Pete's Dragon. Evita, Dick Tracy, Arachnophobia, Ed Wood.

This does seem to be shaping up to be the year of Disney Blu-ray.



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