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#1442983
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Darth telly said:

Hi, I would like to know what home media release of dumbo is the most accurate to the original. Thank you in advance.

Actually, I’ve been wondering that myself. I made a restoration comparison video of the entire movie, featuring all six home video masters. If anyone is interested in seeing it, please send me a PM. I also made comparison videos of Alice, Little Mermaid, and Lion King 😃

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#1409286
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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nesboy43 said:

GoboFraggle1983 said:

nesboy43 said:

Are there any communities or individuals that share Disney LD rips? I made a few rudimentary ones with my DVD recorder so I could add them onto my Plex Server.

There doesn’t seem to be much on the spleen, besides Lion King.

Which Disney LDs do U have?

Most of the main features they did in CAV.

edit: Looks like myspleen isnt allowing disney rips besides cases like Lion King where its a different version of the movie that is unavailable.

This explains why all the content related to posts about Disney LD rip projects from years ago is no longer hosted there.

Any chance U could still share the ones you have through MEGA?

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#1316585
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Info: Disney foreign dubs - and preservation
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qnorsten said:

GoboFraggle1983 said:

qnorsten said:

Interesting thread. I am another swedish person dedicated to preserving Swedish cartoon and dubs.

Do you have any old Swedish dubs by any chance? If so, which ones?

I have the following original Swedish dubs (or first redub in the case of Dumbo)

  • Pinocchio (Swedish original dub from 1941 was used on a rental VHS edition from 1987. All releases after that use the 1995 Swedish )
  • Alice in wonderland (Swedish orignal dub was used on rental VHS edition from 1990. All releases after that use the 1998 Redub)
  • Dumbo (first redub from 1972 used on VHS release from 1991 and showed a few times on TV. All releases after that use the second redub from 1996)
  • Bambi (Swedish original dub from 1943 was released on the first batch of VHSes 1994 by mistake. Later editions and batches use the redub from 1986)
  • Oliver and Gang (Swedish original dub from 1998 was initialy released on the DVDs from 2002 by mistake, but these were quickly withdrawn. This dub has also been shown on disney channel for some reason. Later releases include the redub from 1997)

Still missing these original dubs that have never been released on on any home video media

  • Peter Pan (Swedish original dub from 1953, was only shown in cinemas, all releases use the 1992 redub)
  • 101 Dalmatians (Swedish original dub from 1961 was only shown in cinemas, all releases use the 1995 redub)
  • Black Cauldron (Swedish orignal dub was only shown in cinemas, all releases use the 1998 redub)
  • Cinderella (Swedish original dub from 1950, all releases have used the 1967 redub)
  • Lady and the tramp (Swedish original dub from 1955, was only shown in cinemas, all releases use the 1989 redub)
  • Dumbo (Swedish original dub from 1946)
  • Snow white (Swedish original dub from 1938)

This are the major movies I have/are searching for. There are plenty of other redubs as well in Sweden.

Are you able to PM me download links to rips of the Pinocchio and Dumbo old Swedish dubs? Also, do you have the following featurettes in their original Swedish dub? If so, would you please send those to me as well?

-Musse Piggs Julsaga (original dub from 1983)
-Nalle Puh på honungsjakt (original dub from 1967)
-Nalle Puh och den stormiga dagen (original dub from 1969)
-Nalle Puh och Tiger (original dub from 1969)
-Fun and Fancy Free / Bongo och Musse och bönstjälken (original dub from 1950, as released on VHS in the early 1980s)

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#1246899
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Beauty and the Beast - 35mm "Help Needed" (a WIP)
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DoggtorWho said:

@RU.08 I’m very interested in contributing to a Lion King scan for definite. Not sure how much I’d be able to contribute, but it’d be a percentage nevertheless. I’d like to know of a quote. Regarding the BATB scan, has it been scanned and shared around yet, what’s the status?

@GoboFraggle1983 I have quite a few, BATB, BATB (WIP), The Lion King Deluxe Edition, Toy Story Deluxe Ed, The Little Mermaid, Snow White, The Fox and the Hound.

This would probably be served better by it’s own separate discussion, but I’m working on putting together a Lilo and Stitch Pre-9/11 cut for giggles if anybody’s interested in that.

Hey DoggtorWho, did you receive my PM?

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#1245986
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Beauty and the Beast - 35mm "Help Needed" (a WIP)
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DoggtorWho said:

Thanks for the response! I’ll gladly donate to The Jungle Book project! Can you share a link?

Does anybody know of any Lion King 35mm projects going on? I’m trying to get 35mm copies of the Disney renaissance movies between 89 and 94 (basically everything between Mermaid and Lion King).

I’ve started the process of ripping my Laserdisc copies of those films, and the WIP version of BatB. Wanna upload these somewhere for others to enjoy but not sure where as I’m pretty new to this. Adding all the supplementals that are on the LDs too if anyone’s interested.

Which Disney movies do U have on laserdisc?

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#1183656
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Doctor M said:

GoboFraggle1983 said:
Just curious, who exactly sent you that Japanese laserdisc edition? Does he have any more Disney Japanese laserdisc editions?

A MySpleen user, I don’t know if (s)he is even on OT. I asked about Fantasia, and I was told there is already a restored Pastoral version on MySpleen, but no Deems.

I didn’t ask about anything else. What are you looking for?

Well, in regards to Japanese laserdiscs, the following movies:
-Pinocchio (1986 edition) [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/1051s.html]
-Dumbo (any edition; there are four: 1985, 1987, 1990, and 1995)
-Alice in Wonderland (1985 or 1987 editions) [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/0015.html] [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/13028.html]
-Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree* [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/1706.html]
-Robin Hood (1990 edition) [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/1708.html]
-Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too* [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/1715.html]
-The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1985 or 1987 editions) [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/0034.html] [http://www.geocities.ws/disney_laserdiscs/11025.html]

*In particular, I’ve been working on my own preservation project of the Pooh featurettes, since they were never released to DVD (apart from “Blustery Day” which was released only once as a bonus feature on the 2006 USA DVD of “Pooh’s Grand Adventure”) and only the 1977 compilation film version (“Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh”) is currently made available.

So far, I’m almost finished with “Honey Tree”. I’ve used the 2002 DVD edition as a source for most of the cartoon, restored Bruce Reitherman’s dialogue as Christopher Robin from the 1993 Storybook Classics VHS (in the “Many Adventures” compilation film, he is re-dubbed by Jon Walmsley who had also voiced him in “Blustery Day” and the film’s epilogue) and I’ve color-corrected the opening and closing titles from Molly’s laserdisc copy. I’ve also been collecting the more rare foreign dubs of said featurettes and once I’ve collected enough, all I need to do is learn how to make an MKV file so I can combine all of the audio tracks 😃

I will PM you my edit in a few minutes 😃

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#1183449
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Doctor M said:

With an eye towards a v2 of Make Mine Music, a friendly 'Spleener sent me a clip of the ‘nudity’ in Make Mine Music from the Japanese laserdisc.



OMG, the colors. What the heck happened there? They are so far apart I have no idea which is correct.

And so so much dirt. (Although I think I’d hit a v2 with a de-halo filter.)
I’ll consider working on this if anyone has solid suggestions, but I’m not sure there is anything worth pulling from the source.

I can’t believe I got an analog TV/VHS source looking that good. (Btw, the VHS has colors about halfway between these two. I’ll add snaps of that if anyone is interested.

Just curious, who exactly sent you that Japanese laserdisc edition? Does he have any more Disney Japanese laserdisc editions?

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#1167565
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Chewtobacca said:

AntcuFaalb said:

Guys, we have a new winner for The Sword in the Stone!

The Amazon WEB-DL is 1080p, has no logo, and fewer artifacts than the best HDTVrips around; better bitrate too.

Where is this WEB-DL to be found? There are a few of them floating around on Usenet, and I’m not sure which one people think is the best. Any info would be appreciated. NeverarGreat and I are trying to track down the one mentioned earlier in the thread.

EDIT: Got it! A big thank you to those who helped us out!

Are there any digital releases of the remastered “Jungle Book” transfer in its open-matte?

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#1127996
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Spaced Ranger said:

Here’s a convenient, side-by-side view of the Doctor M/goofydylan8 Disney’s Peter Pan versions (see previous posts). The snapshots should be looked at only for coloring, as they all have been HTML-page pixel-downsized to fit across the page.

I did a similar comparison for “The Jungle Book” 😃

http://i.imgur.com/fgcqBcI.jpg

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#1127989
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Spaced Ranger said:

Here’s a convenient, side-by-side view of the Doctor M/goofydylan8 Disney’s Peter Pan versions (see previous posts). The snapshots should be looked at only for coloring, as they all have been HTML-page pixel-downsized to fit across the page.

I did a similar comparison for “The Jungle Book”

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#1103023
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Idea & Info: The Brave Little Toaster DVD - Ideas on how to restore?
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OracleBoy77 said:

Starbond9 said:

Hey everyone, I saw earlier in this thread about a 1988 Disney Channel airing. I have a copy of BLT taped on to VHS (date unknown to me) that I’ve digitized. It still has the original star pasties during the scene with the TV. Does this mean its from that airing or were there other releases that didnt edit that to a bra?

I wish I knew, but that sounds pretty cool if it only came out that way originally in the film fest circuit.

Well, it seems that the censored edit with the bra was only made exclusively to the USA DVD release, while the VHS releases (or at the very least, the 1991 edition) contain the uncensored version with the star pasties. International releases outside of the USA also use the uncensored version, with the exception of Brazil and Japan, which use the same edited NTSC master as the 2003 USA DVD.