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Old 09-19-13, 11:47 PM
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Not Classics, but related, the Little Mermaid sequels are also coming out on Nov. 19:

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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Why cant movie studios leave the original logos on older films? The trend kind of bugs me.

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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by Bluelitespecial
Why cant movie studios leave the original logos on older films? The trend kind of bugs me.
There is some pressure to present a unified marketing program to all customers, attempting to reinforce the current brand and trademarks.

Any time another person can see the new corporate symbol or logo, someone in marketing earns their wings.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by Bluelitespecial
Why cant movie studios leave the original logos on older films? The trend kind of bugs me.
It's always bugged me, but I have a feeling this is their thought on how we feel about it.

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Originally Posted by RocShemp
In hindsight, the only issue I have is that edit with Flounder. It didn't really bug me when I first saw it but supposedly Disney acknowledged it was actually a mistake during the remastering process and they have no intention of fixing it. Of course, that could simply be BS made up by an upset fan.
What edit?
I can't find anything on Google about it.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by trespoochies
It's always bugged me, but I have a feeling this is their thought on how we feel about it.

Spoiler:
There is some pressure to present a unified marketing program to all customers, attempting to reinforce the current brand and trademarks. Any time another person can see the new corporate symbol or logo, someone in marketing earns their wings.
True, but I wish some of these studios would see that they are just as much identified as a part of these older films and take you back to that point in time when they were made.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by DrnknMstr2
What edit?
I can't find anything on Google about it.
Look at this video when Ariel is singing:

<iframe width="640" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/qXpk-YHH03o?feature=player_embedded" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by Bluelitespecial
Why cant movie studios leave the original logos on older films? The trend kind of bugs me.
Warner is the worst about this. The opening of Mean Streets actually had audio playing over the old logo that's been cut out on the Blu-ray.
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Originally Posted by Josh Z
Warner is the worst about this. The opening of Mean Streets actually had audio playing over the old logo that's been cut out on the Blu-ray.
It's the silliest thing but I have avoided their BD of The Exorcist because of not offering the theatrical cut with the original logo and ending with the jump-cut.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by RocShemp
Look at this video when Ariel is singing:
yeah, that point at 3:04 is what I see mentioned over and over (her lips moving but no singing because they swapped frames). It's only awkward for a few seconds at least but it's not really a habit they should keep doing
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Why did they swap frames like that?
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Originally Posted by Class316
Why did they swap frames like that?
They probably had to disassemble the shots in the scene during either the video clean-up or the 3D conversion, and then made an error when putting them back together.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

And I sold my 2006 DVD
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Good news! If you'd like a replacement Blu-ray of The Little Mermaid, with the editing in Part of Your World and the dissolve to Scuttle restored you can call:

800-723-4763 (U.S.)
888-877-2843 (Canada)

She said to send only the Blu-ray disc in the mailer. I only got the 2 disc Blu-ray and DVD in DVD packaging version ($24.95, counting as a commitment, w00t (this is cool because the deal with DMC is that you normally have to buy 2 at $29.95 so this is like $5 off the total of my membership, so I got 9 Disney Blu-rays for $82.24 total rather than $89 total)), so I don't know and didn't think to ask if they were replacing 3D Blu-rays.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Well, that's good news. Just wish the opening logos weren't updated but I'm glad they're clearing up the mistakes.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Just in time for Christmas

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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Does that mean that all pressings will be corrected? I guess I'll wait to buy it.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by Class316
Does that mean that all pressings will be corrected? I guess I'll wait to buy it.
I'm sure they'll probably correct it for future pressings, but given how big the initial print run was, I'm sure it'll be a crap shoot for quite a while.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Does anyone have a timestamp so I can verify my copy quickly?
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Crap, I didn't realize that there were issues with The Little Mermaid. Wish I had waited to order.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

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Does anyone have a timestamp so I can verify my copy quickly?
I don't think corrected copies have even hit the channel yet, so if you bought yours, it's defective.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Thanks!
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by kidglov3s
Good news! If you'd like a replacement Blu-ray of The Little Mermaid, with the editing in Part of Your World and the dissolve to Scuttle restored you can call:

800-723-4763 (U.S.)
888-877-2843 (Canada)

She said to send only the Blu-ray disc in the mailer. I only got the 2 disc Blu-ray and DVD in DVD packaging version ($24.95, counting as a commitment, w00t (this is cool because the deal with DMC is that you normally have to buy 2 at $29.95 so this is like $5 off the total of my membership, so I got 9 Disney Blu-rays for $82.24 total rather than $89 total)), so I don't know and didn't think to ask if they were replacing 3D Blu-rays.
Just called Disney. They are replacing the 2D BD and the DVD. They are NOT replacing the 3D BD and have NO PLANS to do so in the future.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Just received my Little Mermaid replacement discs today. I will have to look at these later to see if they are actually corrected versions.
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2013 Blu-ray releases

Originally Posted by Laser Movies
Just received my Little Mermaid replacement discs today. I will have to look at these later to see if they are actually corrected versions.
Is there any indication on the disc on whether or not they're corrected?

also, I just got the DVD/BR pack for $10 via black friday. How do I know which one I got?

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