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The Lion King DVD Review

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The Lion King DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

One of the best movie's ever made, Disney's The Lion King, is hitting your DVD player with amazing special features and totally new scenes!Check out what kidzworld has to say about The Lion King Special Edition DVD.

What's better than snagging a cool, classic flick for your DVD collection? How about snagging a cool, classic flick with tons of cool extras and a never before heard song! Disney has released a special edition DVD of their amazing animated movie The Lion King. Check it out!

The Lion King DVD Goodness

The Lion King Special Edition DVD is like no other DVD in your collection. First off, it's got two versions of this hit movie. There's The Lion King that was in theaters and available on VHS, and then there's the special edition version of The Lion King which features an amazing new song, Morning Report, and a whole new animated sequence to go along with it! But you know what? Disney's Lion King DVD goodness doesn't stop there! There's so many special features you'll be as giddy as a hyena.

The Lion King DVD Special Features

You can check out deleted scenes, like Bug Football and Warthog Rhapsody or you can watch an exclusive interview with Sir Elton John (the piano playing dude who wrote all the cool songs). Then there is the really cool Animal Journey where you get to see how real animals inspired the animated ones. For more hands-on fun check out the Virtual Safari featuring your two fave goofballs, Timon and Pumba.

The Lion King Special Edition DVD Bottom Line

This DVD will have you singing Hakuna Matata at the top of your lungs. It's a great score for Disney collectors, animated movie lovers, and people who just want something fun and cool to throw into the DVD player on a rainy day.

Rating: 5

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