I like Peter Pan because it has the sneaky crocodile. I call him “Croco-Smile” because he was always smiling and being devious. He is so silly and I wish that he and the alligator from Princess and the Frogs were friends in real life.
opted for the two-disc edition. seems the only difference between the 2, and 3 disc is the digital copy and app. im happy saving my 5$ 🙂 never use digital copies anyway
What’s even ON the Digital Copy disk, anymore? Does it even have anything, except for a code-embedded program to get the iTunes or Windows file? (Which they could just as well do with a piece of paper?
It used to be the extra $5 surcharge to unlock the Disney Movies Online file, but, um…they don’t have that anymore.
Oh man, I need to get my hands on this. Just hearing “You can fly” makes me six years old again.
Just bought the 2-disc edition today. The documentary “Growing Up With Nine Old Men” by itself is worth the purchase price. For the Disney fan, what a wonderful glimpse into the lives of these incredibly talented men. Thank you, Ted Thomas! Please do more!
I’m still hoping they’ll put “The Walt Disney Christmas Show” (1951) out as a bonus someday, which promoted Peter Pan on TV. I guess they didn’t include it in the Diamond Edition DVD, since I’ve heard no mention of it. After all, the “One Hour in Wonderland” (1950) TV special was put on the Alice in Wonderland DVD years ago.
I relish, cause I found just what I was taking a look for.
You have ended my four day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day.
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