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Disney's Sword in the Stone, Robin Hood & Oliver and Company Blu-ray Review

Disney's Sword in the Stone, Robin Hood & Oliver and Company Blu-ray Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 07, 2013
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews the animated classics Sword in the Stone, Robin Hood & Oliver and Company now available on blu-ray and DVD!

Sword in the Stone

Disney proudly presents the 50th anniversary edition of a spellbinding and beloved 6448. Conjure up magical family fun with the humor, adventure and Academy Award-nominated music of The Sword In The Stone – now on Blu-ray Combo Pack for the first time ever!

Take an amazing journey with a young orphan named “Wart” and the extraordinary wizard Merlin. According to legend, only someone with the purest character and inner strength can pull the enchanted sword from the stone and claim the throne of England. Armed with newfound confidence and the power of friendship, Wart discovers his destiny and learns the best magic is the kind you find inside yourself!

Bonus Features:

New Alternative Opening: Where Wart Meets Merlin plus all the original Classic DVD Release Bonus Features including Music and Magic: The Sherman Brothers, Sing-along with The Movie, All About Magic (excerpt), A Knight for a Day & Brave Little Tailor.

Sword in the StoneSword in the StoneCourtesy of Disney

Sword in the Stone Rating: 4

Robin Hood

To commemorate its 40th anniversary, Disney proudly presents the unforgettable animated classic Robin Hood on Blu-ray for the first time ever. Experience all the fun, thrills and celebrated music of this legendary adventure with perfect picture and sound!

Join Robin Hood, his trusted companion Little John and his hilarious band of Merry Men as they outfox greedy Prince John to save the good people of Nottingham. Dashing from one daring deed to the next, Robin won’t rest until he wins the hand of Maid Marian and restores King Richard to the throne. One of Disney’s most beloved movies is even better on Blu-ray Combo Pack!

Bonus Features:

Deleted Storyline “Love Letters” (NEW), Alternate Ending, Oo-de-lally” Disney Sing-Along Song, Disney Song Selection, Robin Hood Storybook, Robin Hood Art Gallery, “Ye Olden Days” Bonus Short & Sing Along with the Movie

Robin HoodRobin HoodCourtesy of Disney

Robin Hood Rating: 4

Oliver and Company

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of a Disney classic with the stunning Blu-ray debut of Oliver And Company, featuring perfect picture and sound. Relive this charming animated adventure, packed with excitement, fun and unforgettable songs by Billy Joel, Bette Midler and Huey Lewis.

In the heart of New York City, Oliver, a mischievous orphaned kitten, is befriended by Dodger, a carefree pooch and his ragtag family of misfit mutts. Life gets even better for Oliver when he is adopted by a lonely little girl named Jenny. But when tough guy Sykes and his Doberman sidekicks try to keep Jenny and Oliver apart, the spirited kitten and his newfound friends discover the meaning of courage and find a home where they truly belong.

Oliver and CompanyOliver and CompanyCourtesy of Disney

Oliver & Company Rating: 4

The Bottom Line

When it comes to Disney animated classics, it doesnt get much better than Robin Hood or The Sword in the Stone, and Oliver and Company is the definition of a feel-good movie. If you love great music, then Robin Hood is a must-have for your collection, it not only has one of the most memorable soundtracks of any Disney film, the blu-ray comes with a fun sing-along option that will have you howling along with all the characters in Sherwood Forest.

If you've ever felt like an outsider up against adversity, than The Sword in the Stone and Oliver and Company will speak straight to the heart - the timeless Arthurian legend is vividly brought to life with an unforgettably goofy Merlin and loveable Wart - just like Robin Hood it comes with a great sing-along option and a deleted scene to keep the fun going. These great Disney classics deserve a place in any movie collection and are truly fun for everyone - grown ups and kids alike!

Have Your Say

Which of these three Disney classics is your fave? Let us know!

 

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