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16th May '16 11:32:32 PM erforce
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*** The current in-print DVD & Blu-Ray of ''ThisIsSpinalTap'' was released by MGM in 2000, but the movie had originally been released first on home video by Criterion on LaserDisc in 1994, and then on DVD in 1998. The special features are substantially different in tone between the different releases - the two commentaries from the cast and crew on the Criterion version are as themselves, while on the single commentary on MGM version, the cast do the commentary while in character. The Criterion release also has several deleted scenes, performance footage and three short promotional films which were not included on the MGM release, including most notably, the PilotMovie they shot when they were trying to secure a backer for the film.

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*** The current in-print DVD & Blu-Ray of ''ThisIsSpinalTap'' ''Film/ThisIsSpinalTap'' was released by MGM in 2000, but the movie had originally been released first on home video by Criterion on LaserDisc in 1994, and then on DVD in 1998. The special features are substantially different in tone between the different releases - the two commentaries from the cast and crew on the Criterion version are as themselves, while on the single commentary on MGM version, the cast do the commentary while in character. The Criterion release also has several deleted scenes, performance footage and three short promotional films which were not included on the MGM release, including most notably, the PilotMovie they shot when they were trying to secure a backer for the film.
13th May '16 10:10:52 PM Galactrod
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* A number of ''Creator/William Friedkin'' films have had minimal releases over the years, outside of VHS. His 1987 crime drama ''Rampage'' has only received a DVD release in Poland, and the director's cut of ''Jade'' only ever saw a VHS release (it is, however, available on Amazon Video and VUDU).

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* A number of ''Creator/William Friedkin'' William Friedkin films have had minimal releases over the years, outside of VHS. His 1987 crime drama ''Rampage'' has only received a DVD release in Poland, and the director's cut of ''Jade'' only ever saw a VHS release (it is, however, available on Amazon Video and VUDU).
13th May '16 10:09:23 PM Galactrod
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* A number of ''Creator/William Friedkin'' films have had minimal releases over the years, outside of VHS. His 1987 crime drama ''Rampage'' has only received a DVD release in Poland, and the director's cut of ''Jade'' only ever saw a VHS release (it is, however, available on Amazon Video and VUDU).
9th May '16 9:08:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* The theatrical cut of ''ScaryMovie'' contains some dialogue that makes fun of the relationship between Creator/BradPitt and Creator/GwynethPaltrow that was cut from all of the home video versions as producer Harvey Weinstein felt that the dialogue towards Paltrow was less humorous and more of an outright attack towards her (since the dialogue referred to her as a "freak"). To date, the last time a version contained this dialogue was in a late 2000 theatrical reissue (though bootlegs of the rough cut do have the dialogue).

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* The theatrical cut of ''ScaryMovie'' ''Film/ScaryMovie'' contains some dialogue that makes fun of the relationship between Creator/BradPitt and Creator/GwynethPaltrow that was cut from all of the home video versions as producer Harvey Weinstein felt that the dialogue towards Paltrow was less humorous and more of an outright attack towards her (since the dialogue referred to her as a "freak"). To date, the last time a version contained this dialogue was in a late 2000 theatrical reissue (though bootlegs of the rough cut do have the dialogue).
2nd May '16 5:34:35 AM dsneybuf
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* ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'''s first VHS and laserdisc release, via the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics collection, marks the only time Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo released the movie with any of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]]'s original narration for the interstitials intact. For the 60th Anniversary DVD, Disney attempted to restore the interstitials to their original length. However, since they could not find all of Deems Taylor's vocals, they ended up bringing in Creator/CoreyBurton to dub over him. The documentary included on the Classics release's bonus video, ''Fantasia: The Making of a Masterpiece'', has also never appeared on any other format.

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* ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'''s first VHS and laserdisc release, via the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics collection, marks the only time Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo released the movie with any of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]]'s original narration for the interstitials intact. For the 60th Anniversary DVD, Disney attempted to restore the interstitials to their original length. However, since they could not find all of Deems Taylor's vocals, they ended up bringing in Creator/CoreyBurton to dub over him. The documentary included on the Classics release's bonus video, ''Fantasia: The Making of a Masterpiece'', has also never appeared on any other format. format, as became the case for several Disney VHS/laserdisc documentaries.
2nd May '16 5:32:25 AM dsneybuf
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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'''s original theatrical cut has only received a [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo home video]] release on the 1992 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics laserdisc. The reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions Diamond Edition]] 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but used a darker version of the new color scheme instead of that from the premiere, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut.

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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'''s original theatrical cut has only received a [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo home video]] release on the 1992 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics laserdisc. The reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series, which contained both added the original cut and a 2002 extended version, option to restore the CutSong "Human Again", lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions cuts (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions Diamond Edition]] 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but used a darker version of the new color scheme instead of that from the premiere, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut.
1st May '16 10:07:39 PM dsneybuf
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* ''Film/{{The Muppet Christmas Carol}}'' is widely available, its most recent release being a Blu-Ray in 2012. But most home video releases don't include the deleted "When Love is Gone" song. It was removed from the theatrical cut to director Brian Henson's strong objections, but restored for the 1993 VHS. The 2002 DVD release only included the theatrical version. A reissue in 2005 did include the full-length cut, but it was not in widescreen (only the theatrical cut was) -- and the aforementioned Blu-Ray has knocked that release out of print. So the fans have to resort to circulating the old releases and screaming at Disney.

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* ''Film/{{The Muppet Christmas Carol}}'' is widely available, its most recent release being a Blu-Ray in 2012. But most home video releases don't include the deleted "When Love is Gone" song. It was removed from the theatrical cut to director Brian Henson's strong objections, but restored for the 1993 VHS. VHS and laserdisc. The 2002 DVD release only included the theatrical version. A reissue in 2005 did [=DVDs=] from 2002, 2005, and 2012 include the full-length cut, but it was not in widescreen (only -- only the theatrical cut was) -- and the was. The aforementioned Blu-Ray has knocked that release out of print.Blu-Ray, and the Digital HD version, don't have the song at all. So the fans have to resort to circulating the old releases and screaming at Disney.
1st May '16 4:41:35 PM dsneybuf
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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'''s original theatrical cut has only received a release on the 1992 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics laserdisc. The reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions Diamond Edition]] 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but used a darker version of the new color scheme instead of that from the premiere, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut.

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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'''s original theatrical cut has only received a [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo home video]] release on the 1992 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics laserdisc. The reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions Diamond Edition]] 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but used a darker version of the new color scheme instead of that from the premiere, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut.



* ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'''s first VHS and laserdisc release, via the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics collection, marks the only time Disney released the movie with any of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]]'s original narration for the interstitials intact. For the 60th Anniversary DVD, Disney attempted to restore the interstitials to their original length. However, since they could not find all of Deems Taylor's vocals, they ended up bringing in Creator/CoreyBurton to dub over him. The documentary included on the Classics release's bonus video, ''Fantasia: The Making of a Masterpiece'', has also never appeared on any other format.

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* ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'''s first VHS and laserdisc release, via the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics collection, marks the only time Disney Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo released the movie with any of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]]'s original narration for the interstitials intact. For the 60th Anniversary DVD, Disney attempted to restore the interstitials to their original length. However, since they could not find all of Deems Taylor's vocals, they ended up bringing in Creator/CoreyBurton to dub over him. The documentary included on the Classics release's bonus video, ''Fantasia: The Making of a Masterpiece'', has also never appeared on any other format.
1st May '16 4:40:38 PM dsneybuf
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** ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'''s original theatrical cut has only received a release on the 1992 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics laserdisc. The reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions Diamond Edition]] 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but used a darker version of the new color scheme instead of that from the premiere, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut.
** ''Disney/TheLionKing'' also underwent some alterations for its home video reissues. The most easily explainable concerns a sequence where Simba flops down onto some grass, which upon impact emitted dust particles that spelled "SFX" in the night sky. Some viewers [[{{Mondegreen}} saw the text as]] [[InnocentInnuendo a certain other word]] and decried Disney for what they perceived them to be [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sneaking subliminal messages past the censors]]. The IMAX version removed the letters, and made many other changes (such as re-designing some crocodiles and birds in "I Just Can't To Be King", and re-animating the waterfalls in "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"). All later home media releases retained these modifications, meaning the only way to see the original scenes is through either a print from the original run, or 1995 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection laserdisc.



* Creator/{{Disney}}'s first DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video line,]] ''The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video''/''Walt Disney Classics'' (it had the nickname of "The Black Diamond Collection") saw the original video release of ''Walt Disney's Masterpiece Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' in 1991 and the video release of ''A Walt Disney Classic: Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' in 1992 use specific cuts; the ''Fantasia'' video has the "roadshow" version and a 50th anniversary cut that has end credits, while ''Beauty And The Beast's'' video was the film's theatrical cut from the year prior. Neither of these cuts have been reissued since; the voice recordings of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]] were lost between the ''Classics'' release of ''Fantasia'' and a DVD reissue in 2000, which used the original theatrical cut with an intermission, plus it was the only time ''Fantasia'' was released on VHS/[=LaserDisc=]. And a documentary called ''Fantasia: The Making Of A Masterpiece'', was on a bonus video, and IT has not been seen since. ''Beauty And The Beast's'' reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' series 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but reused the new color scheme, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut. This makes the ''Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics'' video the only form of home media with the cut that was shown in theaters in 1991. If one wishes to view the 50th anniversary edition of ''Fantasia'' or the unaltered cut of ''Beauty And The Beast'', then ownership of a VHS or laserdisc player and the video is required as of 2015/2016 (every other release in the ''Classics/Masterpiece Collection'' got a reissue at some point in the new millennium.)
* ''Disney/TheLionKing'' had a sequence where Simba flops down onto some grass, which upon impact emitted dust particles that spelled "SFX" in the night sky. Some viewers [[{{Mondegreen}} saw the text as]] [[InnocentInnuendo a certain other word]] and decried Disney for what they perceived them to be [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sneaking subliminal messages past the censors]]. The IMAX version removed the letters, and made many other changes (such as re-designing some crocodiles and birds in "I Just Can't To Be King", and re-animating the waterfalls in "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"). All later home media releases retained these alterations, meaning the only way to see the original scene is through the original 1995 "A Walt Disney Masterpiece" laserdisc release (adapted from the 1994 theatrical print).
* ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' premiered in two different versions: One animated in widescreen (a first for the Disney Animated Canon), for theaters equipped to show movies in [=CinemaScope=], and one animated in 4:3, for theaters that still only showed movies in the Academy Ratio. For the second home video release, through the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection, some copies contained the Academy version, while others presented the movie in {{Letterbox}}. Later reissues offered the movie in either widescreen only, or with a choice between widescreen and PanAndScan, apparently keeping the Academy version in the Vault for good.

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* Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'''s first DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video line,]] ''The Classics: Walt VHS and laserdisc release, via the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics collection, marks the only time Disney Home Video''/''Walt Disney Classics'' (it had released the nickname of "The Black Diamond Collection") saw the original video release of ''Walt Disney's Masterpiece Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' in 1991 and the video release of ''A Walt Disney Classic: Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' in 1992 use specific cuts; the ''Fantasia'' video has the "roadshow" version and a 50th anniversary cut that has end credits, while ''Beauty And The Beast's'' video was the film's theatrical cut from the year prior. Neither of these cuts have been reissued since; the voice recordings movie with any of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]] were lost between the ''Classics'' release of ''Fantasia'' and a DVD reissue in 2000, which used the Taylor]]'s original theatrical cut with an intermission, plus it was narration for the only time ''Fantasia'' was released on VHS/[=LaserDisc=]. And a interstitials intact. For the 60th Anniversary DVD, Disney attempted to restore the interstitials to their original length. However, since they could not find all of Deems Taylor's vocals, they ended up bringing in Creator/CoreyBurton to dub over him. The documentary called included on the Classics release's bonus video, ''Fantasia: The Making Of A of a Masterpiece'', was on a bonus video, and IT has not been seen since. ''Beauty And The Beast's'' reissue 10 years later also never appeared on VHS/DVD under the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions (among any other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' series 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but reused the new color scheme, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut. This makes the ''Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics'' video the only form of home media with the cut that was shown in theaters in 1991. If one wishes to view the 50th anniversary edition of ''Fantasia'' or the unaltered cut of ''Beauty And The Beast'', then ownership of a VHS or laserdisc player and the video is required as of 2015/2016 (every other release in the ''Classics/Masterpiece Collection'' got a reissue at some point in the new millennium.)
* ''Disney/TheLionKing'' had a sequence where Simba flops down onto some grass, which upon impact emitted dust particles that spelled "SFX" in the night sky. Some viewers [[{{Mondegreen}} saw the text as]] [[InnocentInnuendo a certain other word]] and decried Disney for what they perceived them to be [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sneaking subliminal messages past the censors]]. The IMAX version removed the letters, and made many other changes (such as re-designing some crocodiles and birds in "I Just Can't To Be King", and re-animating the waterfalls in "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"). All later home media releases retained these alterations, meaning the only way to see the original scene is through the original 1995 "A Walt Disney Masterpiece" laserdisc release (adapted from the 1994 theatrical print).
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* ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' premiered in two different versions: One animated in widescreen (a first for the Disney Animated Canon), Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon), for theaters equipped to show movies in [=CinemaScope=], and one animated in 4:3, for theaters that still only showed movies in the Academy Ratio. For the second home video release, through the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection, some copies contained the Academy version, while others presented the movie in {{Letterbox}}. Later reissues offered the movie in either widescreen only, or with a choice between widescreen and PanAndScan, apparently keeping the Academy version in the Vault for good.
1st May '16 11:51:43 AM dsneybuf
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* Creator/{{Disney}}'s first DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video line,]] ''The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video''/''Walt Disney Classics'' (it had the nickname of "The Black Diamond Collection") saw the original video release of ''Walt Disney's Masterpiece Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' in 1991 and the video release of ''A Walt Disney Classic: Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' in 1992 use specific cuts; the ''Fantasia'' video has the "roadshow" version and a 50th anniversary cut that has end credits, while ''Beauty And The Beast's'' video was the film's theatrical cut from the year prior. Neither of these cuts have been reissued since; the voice recordings of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]] were lost between the ''Classics'' release of ''Fantasia'' and a DVD reissue in 2000, which used the original theatrical cut with an intermission, plus it was the only time ''Fantasia'' was released on VHS/[=LaserDisc=]. And a documentary called ''Fantasia: The Making Of A Masterpiece'', was on a bonus video, and IT has not been seen since. ''Beauty And The Beast's'' reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions. The ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' series 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD restored the original soundtrack, but reused the new color scheme, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut. This makes the ''Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics'' video the only form of home media with the cut that was shown in theaters in 1991. If one wishes to view the 50th anniversary edition of ''Fantasia'' or the unaltered cut of ''Beauty And The Beast'', then ownership of a VHS or laserdisc player and the video is required as of 2015/2016 (every other release in the ''Classics/Masterpiece Collection'' got a reissue at some point in the new millennium.)

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* Creator/{{Disney}}'s first DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video line,]] ''The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video''/''Walt Disney Classics'' (it had the nickname of "The Black Diamond Collection") saw the original video release of ''Walt Disney's Masterpiece Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' in 1991 and the video release of ''A Walt Disney Classic: Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' in 1992 use specific cuts; the ''Fantasia'' video has the "roadshow" version and a 50th anniversary cut that has end credits, while ''Beauty And The Beast's'' video was the film's theatrical cut from the year prior. Neither of these cuts have been reissued since; the voice recordings of [[UsefulNotes/NoteWorthyDisneyStaff Deems Taylor]] were lost between the ''Classics'' release of ''Fantasia'' and a DVD reissue in 2000, which used the original theatrical cut with an intermission, plus it was the only time ''Fantasia'' was released on VHS/[=LaserDisc=]. And a documentary called ''Fantasia: The Making Of A Masterpiece'', was on a bonus video, and IT has not been seen since. ''Beauty And The Beast's'' reissue 10 years later on VHS/DVD under the ''Walt Disney Platinum Edition'' series, which contained both the original cut and a 2002 extended version, lightened the colors to make the Beast visible in shadow when he first appears (the original 1991 cut has the Beast completely concealed in the darkness until he has to reveal himself to Belle at the close of the first act), and used almost the exact same soundtrack for both versions. versions (among other changes, the addition of the sound of the Beast destroying furniture after Belle leaves the castle). The ''Walt Disney Diamond Edition'' series 2010 Blu-Ray and DVD restored undid the changes to the original cut's soundtrack, but reused the new color scheme, and also suffered from a glitch that temporarily shows a bit of the extended version's animation in the "original" cut. This makes the ''Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics'' video the only form of home media with the cut that was shown in theaters in 1991. If one wishes to view the 50th anniversary edition of ''Fantasia'' or the unaltered cut of ''Beauty And The Beast'', then ownership of a VHS or laserdisc player and the video is required as of 2015/2016 (every other release in the ''Classics/Masterpiece Collection'' got a reissue at some point in the new millennium.)
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