|Fantasia Anthology (DVD, 2010, 2-Disc Set, Special Edition)|
North Providence, RI, USA
|FANTASIA ANTHOLOGY FANTASIA 2000 DISNEY 2 DISC SPECIAL EDITION DVD SET|
Marlton, NJ, USA
|Genre:||Musical & Performing Arts|
|Display Format:||Special Edition|
Average review score based on 24 user reviews
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What has happened to Disney Video?
They are just making so many mistakes.
The original film was the reason I purchased this. I already had it on VHS, laser disc & DVD.
Disney did NOTHING special with this package.
The back of the DVD promotes the films, sights, animation. Colorful films BUT WE GET PLAIN JANE SILVER DISCS. VERY cheap Disney.
No special extras. Disney should have done something special here for the 70th anniversary of the original film. Nope, nothing here.
I believe Disney is just favoring blu/ray releases. NOT EVERYONE HAS BLU/RAY I DO NOT They are more expensive, the machines more expensive.
Cheap, a disappointment for Disney fans.
My 5 & 3 year old daughter just can't get enough of the wonderful color, sights and sounds in this 2 disc set! The animation set to the classical music is terrific and keeps me and my children entertained! What a great way to encourage young children to listen to great, classical music. Well done!
We loved this film as children 50 years ago and I want it for my grandchild. However, the remake if these films with the "new" method results in quality that is not as attractive and alive as the original where each frame is hand drawn. In addition, some of the original scenes from these Disney cartoons are either modified under the new technique or left out entirely from what I remember. I will look for one that is in the original animation technique.
Disney Masterpieces. The best way to introduce children (of all ages) to classical music. Have always been my 2 favorite movies. Happy to now own them both in one collecter's edition. Highly recommend everyone watch them over and over.
Fantasia is one of those movies one watches and each time it never seems old. I saw Fantasia when it first was first released in theaters and it immediately set the standard for animation to me. I was and still am blown away by the wonderfully compatible union of auditory and visual media. It's a timeless classic that I knew I'd eventually have to add to my video collection.