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Old 01-09-2010, 21:52   #1
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[News] Fantasia & Fantasia 2000 (R1/US BD) in November

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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Fantasia & Fantasia 2000: 2-Movie Collection Special Edition on 30th November 2010. Available on 4-disc Blu-ray Combo Pack ($45.99 SRP) and 2-Disc DVD ($39.99 SRP) for a limited time only, feat...

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Released over here on the 8th according to retailers :)
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I think more DVDs should include cover quotes from their makers. ""The Greatest Film Ever Made" - Uwe Boll", etc.
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will they have removed that awful close up that was used on the original DVD release to disguise the infamous black centaurette ???
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According to "The Digital Bits" website, the black centaurette is still missing, but the close up looks better.
I still wish they'd left it as originally drawn, and put in a little feature discussing it in its historical context.
By the way, to avoid any confusion, the black centaurette is actually polishing the hooves of a "white" centaurette, like a black boot-boy used to in the 30's-40's in the States, but with todays PC climate.........
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