August 28, 2012

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Lady & the Tramp 2 & Aristocats on DVD now

The Timeless Classic Adventure Continues With A New Generation Of Puppies!
First Time on Disney Blu-ray Combo Pack and HD Digital - August 21, 2012

Film Synopsis: Disney’s beloved classic continues in Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure – for the first time ever on Disney Blu-ray. Lady and Tramp’s mischievous pup Scamp is always in the doghouse. Now, an itch for a collar-free life and freedom is sending him on the ultimate adventure! With nonstop laughs, paw-tapping songs and exciting bonus features, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure is a new breed of Disney fun that the whole family will love!

Scott Wolf (TV’s “Party of Five”) as the voice of Scamp
Alyssa Milano (TV’s “Who’s The Boss?”) as the voice of Angel
Chazz Palminteri (“A Bronx Tale”) as the voice of Buster
Jeff Bennett (“Jake and the Never Land Pirates”) as the voice of Tramp
Jodi Benson (“The Little Mermaid”) as the voice of Lady
Bill Fagerbakke (“SpongeBob SquarePants”) as the voice of Mooch
Mickey Rooney (“Night At The Museum”) as the voice of Sparky
Bronson Pinchot (TV’s “Perfect Strangers”) as the voice of Francois
Cathy Moriarty (“Raging Bull”) as the voice of Ruby

Order Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamps Adventure (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Special Edition in Blu-ray Packaging) on Amazon for $23.86 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25

If you loved the first Lady and the Tramp, then you will be delighted with this one! My kids loved this film and it teaches the kids what it means to be part of a family!

Lady & the Tramp 2
"Playtime With Dad" - Lady and the Tramp 2

"Bath Time" - Lady and the Tramp 2


Available On Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital -- August 21, 2012
Combo Packs Include an All-New Exclusive Bonus Feature

Disney’s spectacular 20th full-length animated feature “The Aristocats” arrives for the first time ever in stunning Blu-ray high definition as a Special Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD) and Digital, on August 21, 2012.  Featuring a beautiful new digital restoration and great new bonus features, “TheAristocats” invites audiences to relive all the tune-filled feline fun, comedy and adventure of this Disney classic.

The exciting tale takes place in the heart of Paris where a kind and eccentric millionairess, wills her entire estate to ‘Duchess,’ a high society cat, and her three kittens.  When the bumbling butler Edgar tries to pull off the ultimate catnap caper in order to secure the fortune for himself, it’s up to alley cat Thomas O’Malley and his band of swingin’ jazz cats to save the day.  “The Aristocats” features the voice talents of Eva Gabor, Phil Harris, Sterling Halloway and legendary French singer Maurice Chevalier, who performs the film’s titular opening song.  The legendary Disney songwriting team of brothers, Richard and Robert Sherman, get the joint jumping with the jazz-inspired musical numbers “Ev’rybody Wants To Be A Cat,” “Scales and Arpeggios,” and “Thomas O’Malley Cat.”

 “The Aristocats” Special Edition is a purr-fect treat for the whole family.  It includes a brand new bonus featurette “The Lost Open” with Richard Sherman taking viewers through the storyboards of a never-before-seen alternate beginning which introduces a deleted character and a deleted song "How Much You Mean To Me” and “Court Me Slowly" written and performed by the Sherman brothers. This song demo was one of the few times Richard and Robert ever sang together

Additional classic bonus features on “The Aristocats” Special Edition include the delightful deleted song, “She Never Felt Alone” and “The Great Cat Family (Excerpt),” which explores the history of cats.  

2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (1 Disc Blu-ray + 1 Disc DVD)
Includes the movie and:
  • The Lost Open: legendary songwriter Richard Sherman introduces an early story board iteration of an opening scene complete a deleted character named “the Maid” and demos for the deleted songs “How Much You Mean to Me” and “Court Me Slowly.”
  • “Oui Oui Marie” Music Video

Deleted Song – “She Never Felt Alone”: This deleted song, complete with animation, will tug at the heartstrings of any animal lover, as Duchess explains to Thomas O’ Malley why she must return to her beloved owner Madame Bonfamille. Richard Sherman discusses the song he 
co-wrote with his brother Robert, which captures the special relationship between a pet owner and their animal. It’s a moving sequence that will stir everyone’s fondest memories of their favorite pets.

The Sherman Brothers: The Aristocats of Disney Songs: A tribute to the legendary Disney songwriting team of Robert and Richard Sherman, with particular emphasis on “The Aristocats.”

The Great Cat Family (Excerpt): This animated excerpt tells the history of cats from ancient Egyptians to the present.

The Classic Disney short “Bath Day”: Figaro has been freshly bathed and perfumed by Minnie when he meets up with Lucifer and his gang who chase him. In the ensuing fight, the gang is fooled into beating up Lucifer and making Figaro the winner. But the victor is soon putback in the tub by Minnie.

Disney Song Selection:
o   “The Aristocats”
o   “Scales and Arpeggios”
o   “Thomas O’Malley Cat”
o   “Ev’rybody Wants To Be A Cat”
"Ev'rebody Wants To Be a Cat"

"Napoleon and Lafayette"

Order The Aristocats (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Special Edition in Blu-ray Packaging) on Amazon for $27.86 & this item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping.

It is amazing to see this film transformed into Blu-ray format. A must for any Disney fan to get before it heads back into the vault!  The music is great and the characters are loveable!  My daughter of course wanted a little white kitten to name Marie after watching this film!

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