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Old 05-28-18, 02:02 PM   #51
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2018 Blu-ray releases

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2018 Blu-ray releases for the Walt Disney Animated Classics line:
Nowhere in sight
Frozen 3D
Any new 3D

4K UHD (for classic animation)
Frozen 3D was released in the UK. It will never be released in North America. Just buy the UK version (it plays in North America).

No more 3D releases are coming because manufacturers stopped making 3D TVs, and are instead making 4K TVs (hence the 4K releases).

Now the only classic title we truly need in 4K, is Fantasia 2000, because it was produced in IMAX 70mm. Most of the 35mm classic features are just fine (or even overkill) in 1080p.
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Old 06-13-18, 05:52 AM   #52
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2018 Blu-ray releases

You can buy the Peter Pan steelbook at Bestbuy.com after last week where it was only available for store pickup.

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Old 06-13-18, 10:42 AM   #53
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2018 Blu-ray releases

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Frozen 3D was released in the UK. It will never be released in North America. Just buy the UK version (it plays in North America).

No more 3D releases are coming because manufacturers stopped making 3D TVs, and are instead making 4K TVs (hence the 4K releases).

Now the only classic title we truly need in 4K, is Fantasia 2000, because it was produced in IMAX 70mm. Most of the 35mm classic features are just fine (or even overkill) in 1080p.
TV manufacturers don't control 3D releases. Studios are still making and releasing 3D, which is why they're still releasing 3D discs throughout the rest of the world. But it doesn't help they still charge a premium on them here in the US.

I do agree we don't really need all Disney classics released in 4K. I can't see them looking significantly better than what's already been released on blu.
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Old 06-13-18, 10:19 PM   #54
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Re: Walt Disney Animated Classics 2018 Blu-ray releases

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TV manufacturers don't control 3D releases. Studios are still making and releasing 3D, which is why they're still releasing 3D discs throughout the rest of the world. But it doesn't help they still charge a premium on them here in the US.
That's if you can find a U.S. 3D release... and, when you can, they are often less expensive getting it from overseas. And that's with shipping and a currency exchange rate not in our favor. Specifically referencing AmazonUK in this instance.

Not to mention that some of those TV manufacturers (who no longer make 3D TVs) do make 3D 4K players. What's with that?

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I do agree we don't really need all Disney classics released in 4K. I can't see them looking significantly better than what's already been released on blu.
I'm not into 4K, but I don't buy that. It's one of those "in the eye of the beholder" things.
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