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Posted 17th Oct 2018
You get the complete Disney Classics collections on either DVD or Bluray - UK Variant.


In 1937, the Walt Disney Studios released its first fully animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and pioneered a new form of family entertainment. More than seven decades later, Walt Disney Animation Studios continues to honour its heritage through animated films that combine beautiful artistry, masterful storytelling and ground-breaking technology. Relive & own forever 55 Disney Classics from 1937-2018 with this special collection celebrating the output of the Walt Disney Animation Studios.

Magic in the details...The Boxset contains a space for Ralph Breaks The Internet (2018) – available to purchase in Spring 19’ and an additional bonus 80-page book ‘A Celebration Of The Walt Disney Animated Studios’


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1. Snow White 1937

2. Pinocchio 1940

3. Fantasia 1940

4. Dumbo 1941

5. Bambi 1942

6. Saludos Amigos 1942

7. The Three Caballeros 1944

8. Make Mine Music 1946

9. Fun & Fancy Free 1947

10. Melody Time 1948

11. Ichabod & Mr Toad 1949

12. Cinderella 1950

13. Alice In Wonderland 1951

14. Peter Pan 1953

15. Lady & The Tramp 1955

16. Sleeping Beauty 1959

17. 101 Dalmatians 1961

18. The Sword in the Stone 1963

19. The Jungle Book 1967

20. The Aristocats 1970

21. Robin Hood 1973

22. The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh 1977

23. The Rescuers 1977

24. The Fox & The Hound 1981

25. The Black Cauldron 1985

26. Basil The Great Mouse Detective 1986

27. Oliver & Company 1988

28. The Little Mermaid 1989

29. Rescuers Down Under 1990

30. Beauty & the Beast 1991

31. Aladdin 1992

32. The Lion King 1994

33. Pocahontas 1995

34. The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1996

35. Hercules 1997

36. Mulan 1998

37. Tarzan 1999

38. Fantasia 2000 2000

39. The Emperor's New Groove 2001

40. Atlantis 2001

41. Lilo & Stitch 2002

42. Treasure Planet 2002

43. Brother Bear 2003

44. Home On The Range 2004

45. Chicken Little 2005

46. The Wild 2006

47. Meet The Robinsons 2007

48. Bolt 2008

49. The Princess & the Frog 2009

50. Tangled 2010

51. Wreck-It Ralph 2012

52. Frozen 2013

53. Big Hero 6 2014

54. Zootropolis 2016

55. Moana 2016

56. Ralph Breaks the Internet 2018

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Man I wish I could afford to buy this
If it has a space for the new Ralph movie, it should be free via redemption to anyone who buys this set.

Also, why is Steamboat Willie on the front when it's not included in the set? I know it's not exactly feature length, it just makes no sense to put it on the front.
Rob_130417/10/2018 20:43

If it has a space for the new Ralph movie, it should be free via …If it has a space for the new Ralph movie, it should be free via redemption to anyone who buys this set.Also, why is Steamboat Willie on the front when it's not included in the set? I know it's not exactly feature length, it just makes no sense to put it on the front.


Its the current Walt Disney Animation Studios logo

Edited by: "MrSprkle" 17th Oct 2018
MrSprkle4 m ago

Its the current Walt Disney Animation Studios logo[Video]


I honestly have no idea how I never made that connection, but it explains it. Thanks!
Gosh I want this set... Didn't even realize it went up to Wreck it 2 also... Maybe when the BR version hits £100. One man's dream.
dbizal1 h, 8 m ago

Gosh I want this set... Didn't even realize it went up to Wreck it 2 …Gosh I want this set... Didn't even realize it went up to Wreck it 2 also... Maybe when the BR version hits £100. One man's dream.


With it being Disney I doubt it ever will..
I'm 100% buying this. Already started selling all my Disney blu rays bar the pixar ones obviously. Do zoom take payment on dispatch or is it right away?
Boring looking set imo that will get scuffed easily on the shelf and when removing discs (same as The Hogwarts Collection) but a fantastic price to own all of the classics. So heat from me

I already own these individually. I’m waiting on UHD versions of newer Disney releases like the US already has before adding anymore to my collection.

Annoying the 5 DVDs in the Bluray version of this set haven’t been put on Blu-ray either. That may have swayed me to buy them all again lol
2minutenoodles5 m ago

Boring looking set imo that will get scuffed easily on the shelf and when …Boring looking set imo that will get scuffed easily on the shelf and when removing discs (same as The Hogwarts Collection) but a fantastic price to own all of the classics. So heat from me I already own these individually. I’m waiting on UHD versions of newer Disney releases like the US already has before adding anymore to my collection. Annoying the 5 DVDs in the Bluray version of this set haven’t been put on Blu-ray either. That may have swayed me to buy them all again lol


Agree I am not buying this set as I own them all on BD and like you waiting for 4K versions to continue, I also agree that the rare Blurays would of swayed me too. they are available but I think were only part of the Disney Club... and I also agree the box set is cheap and nasty, I also think Disney really need to get on board with Digital Copies.
one glaring miss from this list which I still have original VHS tape is Song of the South as Disney never released on DVD so this list is incomplete as a story of Disney animation films
bavis15 m ago

one glaring miss from this list which I still have original VHS tape is …one glaring miss from this list which I still have original VHS tape is Song of the South as Disney never released on DVD so this list is incomplete as a story of Disney animation films


Yes it is missing and I do not believe in censorship but I do not believe in racism either, and I think in this case the massively racist undertones outweigh the freedom to diligence,

What I would say is more of a glaring ommission is the Dinsey Dinosaurs replaced for The Wild which isnt even a Disney movie it was only distrubuted by Disney.
so you want it both ways!!
bavis11 m ago

so you want it both ways!!


In this case yes, I do not think exposing children to 'Song Of The South' is productive..
I was a child in the 60s and all my friends used to watch this and have not grown up to be bigots or racists so cannot see the problem,are you going to ban everything from the 40s,50s,60s,70s,80s erase all items,books,records,films,statues,buildings that you now find racist or sexist,you seem to forget that at the time nobody thought like that you cannot just erase history because you do not agree with it,I admit there are some disgusting things happened back in the day but that is History,looking at the modern world can you honestly say we are much better now!!!!!g
Song of the South hasn't been banned though, Disney are just choosing not to keep reissuing it. They no longer want to portray the views contained in it so they're perfectly reasoned to not do. They also don't reissue the Nazi propaganda cartoons they made during the war but nobody is complaining about that.
bavis13 h, 6 m ago

I was a child in the 60s and all my friends used to watch this and have …I was a child in the 60s and all my friends used to watch this and have not grown up to be bigots or racists so cannot see the problem,are you going to ban everything from the 40s,50s,60s,70s,80s erase all items,books,records,films,statues,buildings that you now find racist or sexist,you seem to forget that at the time nobody thought like that you cannot just erase history because you do not agree with it,I admit there are some disgusting things happened back in the day but that is History,looking at the modern world can you honestly say we are much better now!!!!!g


Not once did I say ban it, or advocate that, I in fact stated I am against censorship, but It has no place in this collection for today's audience in my opinion, yours is clearly different.

In regards to are we better now, well yes we are far better of course bad things still happen, but if you are trying to say we are no better than Pre-20th century society, they you are deluded buddy.

It isn't in the collection, If you want to, go buy the many copies floating around eBay, no one has banned the film its just not being distributed anymore, Disney is full or racial stereotyping as you can see below.

Dumbo - racial stereotype the crows.
Jungle Book - King Louie
Peter Pan - Indians/Native Americans
Aristocats/Lady & The Tramp - Siamese Cats
Little Mermaid - Sebastian the Crab
Aladdin is fair skinned the Villains are darker skin yet they are the same race..

and many many more but none of that was cut or banned, (Fantasia had a scene cut) but Disney took he option to remove 'Song of the South' because of its massive racist slavery promoting story line, if you cant see why its not part of this collection then so what.

I mean even today's films still have faint hints at racism, Wreck It Ralph 2 has been reanimated for Princess Tiana because they made her light skinned compared to her Disney Classic Movie. You going to boycott Wreck It Ralph 2?

and you know you dont have to buy this, Disney isnt forcing you too.
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 18th Oct 2018
O.K. buddy!! rein it in,before you start mouthing off take the trouble to read my last response,when I referred to the 60s,70s,80s I was referring t the 20th Century,as for things getting better I beg to differ,racism is still alive and flourishing,exploitation is still rampant,sexism is still here.my point was in the era I mentioned it was not even discussed or shown like it is today,that does not make it right but you cannot just ignore or rub out history accept the history and move on to try and better the planet not spend so much time trying to erase the past,without History we have no future just chill out and be creative without using a microscope to find every past or present deed that sometimes seems we have lost any common sense,just concentrate and the really bad things we can all find faults in everything and everyone but let us have a sense of proportion about life
bavis118th Oct 2018

O.K. buddy!! rein it in,before you start mouthing off take the trouble to …O.K. buddy!! rein it in,before you start mouthing off take the trouble to read my last response,when I referred to the 60s,70s,80s I was referring t the 20th Century,as for things getting better I beg to differ,racism is still alive and flourishing,exploitation is still rampant,sexism is still here.my point was in the era I mentioned it was not even discussed or shown like it is today,that does not make it right but you cannot just ignore or rub out history accept the history and move on to try and better the planet not spend so much time trying to erase the past,without History we have no future just chill out and be creative without using a microscope to find every past or present deed that sometimes seems we have lost any common sense,just concentrate and the really bad things we can all find faults in everything and everyone but let us have a sense of proportion about life


Song of the South was 1947 and portrayed a post civil war in the 1800's and focused heavily on the slavery of that time so what does the 60,70,80,90's have to do with anything..

And again yes things are better today than in the 60's, 70's & 80's.. Id call the 90's and 00's still classed as the same era, you were the one who jumped on your EDL ranty bandwagon about how we are losing our history by not allowing potentially offensive and racist material to be included in a Disney Classics collection, maybe you should of evaluated your own comments before you as you call it 'Mouthed Off' ....

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Do not try to turn this around like I had any issues, I just confirmed I think Disney was right not to include it in the collection, I dont see you banging on about Mary Poppins not being in there, you clearly picked the controversial one and started your troll walk, are you REALLY that offended that its not in there or more offended by the fact others are offended, or are you offended that people might be offended?

Also you posted a link to a strange blog blog.here.my/ for some weird reason.
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 18th Oct 2018
I never linked that blog never seen it before,sounds like you are the one with the chip on your shoulder I cannot be bothered to respond as you seem hell bent on having your say so I will let you rant alone,i have better things to do like SLEEP so happy dreams r
bavis118th Oct

O.K. buddy!! rein it in,before you start mouthing off take the trouble to …O.K. buddy!! rein it in,before you start mouthing off take the trouble to read my last response,when I referred to the 60s,70s,80s I was referring t the 20th Century,as for things getting better I beg to differ,racism is still alive and flourishing,exploitation is still rampant,sexism is still here.my point was in the era I mentioned it was not even discussed or shown like it is today,that does not make it right but you cannot just ignore or rub out history accept the history and move on to try and better the planet not spend so much time trying to erase the past,without History we have no future just chill out and be creative without using a microscope to find every past or present deed that sometimes seems we have lost any common sense,just concentrate and the really bad things we can all find faults in everything and everyone but let us have a sense of proportion about life


Well we have lost on tradition from the 20th Century. The full stop and paragraphs are dead.
Who are you ,the English Literature police?!!!
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