Interesting to compare lists one day...I'm sure we're both missing or overlooked some material here and there.
Hehe, It's a date
Out of curiosity, why is "The Coyote's Lament" on your list? Simply because it was relesed theatrically overseas?
Ben wrote:Personally, I don't see the Treasures going to Blu-ray, not in the current configuration. The sales are low enough as is, and then they'd only be appealing to a niche of a niche.
But saying that, it's pretty much a miracle they're still coming out on DVD considering how low the print runs are. So you never know, It's perfectly plausible to relese the stuff and make a profit. It's just Disney is used to big numbers and would have to alter their expectations.
Daniel wrote:However, on Donald, there's been discussion that the short, "Bee On Guard", is cut. As I understand it, the last five seconds are what is missing. I know the short quite well and just saw it again, but I'm not sure if I would be OK with it edited. The Treasures pride themselves as being uncut, with a few exceptions, and with the way they handled Silly Symphonies they might consider doing a disc exchange. If it's offered, cool, I'll phone in, but if not I'll be content. Not a huge concern... then again, I haven't seen the edit myself so who knows how I will react.
You know I'm virtually certain that Bee on Guard
has been released somewhere else on of Disney's many compilation DVDs, so there's always that as a backup should they not offer a disc replacement.
And as for The Three Little Pigs
The region 2 version of the Walt Disney Treasures corrected the mistake and had the short with the original animation. And since the UK versions were not limited you can buy them for the insanely low price of about £3 now. If you're after a R1 version, I'm about 80% certain the version with the original animation turned up on one of the R1 Timeless Tales DVDs.