Hercules and Tarzan are now out of the vault an available for you on Blu-Ray and DVD! Along with The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad + Fun & Fancy Free, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and The Three Musketeers, these classics are now available for you to enjoy in crystal-clear HD. These movies aren’t being released alone – a wide variety of extras is paired with each movie! Bonus features on the Hercules Blu-Ray Special Edition include:
- The Making of Hercules – an in-depth look at the makers, the music, and the magic that made Hercules possible
- “No Importa La Distancia” – the original music video of the Spanish version of “Go the Distance” sung by Ricky Martin
- A “Zero to Hero” sing-along – perfect for anyone who wants to belt out loud with the Muses
Bonus features on the Tarzan Blu-Ray Special Edition include:
- Deleted scenes – did the creators make the right decision leaving these scenes out? You decide!
- Extras on everything including the animation, the marketing, and the animal inspirations that went into Tarzan.
- Fun clips about the music of Tarzan, like music videos with ‘Nsync and Phil Collins and samples of the original song demos
- and much more!
It’s such a smart move by Disney to re-release classics like these again and not just because of the invent of high-definition. The opportunity for us to see the behind-the-scenes action in the bonus features that went into creating them will give you a fresh appreciation for your Disney favorites that were introduced years ago.
You’ll most likely want to watch these features and films in a moments’ notice, so you’ll be happy to know that these movies come with digital copies that make it possible for you to watch them on your phone, tablets, and computers too via the lovely new service called Disney Movie Anywhere! These Blu-Ray/DVD combo packs are available at local stores near yo now. Pick up your favorite movie to watch it in beautiful HD and enjoy some fun extras too!
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What special features would you like to see on your favorite movies? Are there any movies you want to come out of the vault? Let us know in the comments!