Creator: Walt Disney Home Video

Walt Disney Home Video (originally Walt Disney Home Entertainment in 1978, it returned to that name in 2001; currently Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment) is the home video branch of The Walt Disney Company.

Disney first released its library into the home market through a distribution agreement with MCA DiscoVision to release live-action Disney movies and animated episodes of the anthology series onto LaserDisc. The agreement would expire in December 1981.

In March 1980, Disney would form its own home video arm, a division of Walt Disney Telecommunications And Non Theatrical Company (renamed Buena Vista Home Video in 1987), with Jim Jimirro as its first president. A list of 13 titles were released on the VHS and Betamax magnetic tape formats in March 1980, licensed to Fotomat for rental, with a four-city test (in Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia and San Francisco) before a planned nationwide expansion by the end of the year. During the first half of 1981, Disney expanded its reach by having video stores sign up to be "authorized rental dealers".

Rental cassettes were vastly different from sale cassettes. For one thing, rental and sale videos were differentiated through their packaging; rental-only releases were packaged in blue packaging with just the film's title on it, while sale-only releases had white packing and red and yellow bars along a few sides with the WDHV logo (depicting Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer's Apprentice) on the top and a full-color scene from the film on the bottom; these cases also had the Walt Disney Home Video logo without Mickey on the spine and on the inside of the front cover. Disney would cease its rental services in 1984.

Eventually, Disney would expand to DVD and Blu-ray optical disc formats for the 21st century, as well as digital downloading off a computer.

This page is a work in progress!

Releases

Guide: The releases listed are sorted by catalog number. The letters "V" and "B" were listed after the numbers indicate either a VHS or Betamax release. The second letter "S" represented a sale-only release, while rental-only releases had no second letter. Starting in the late 1980s, the letters were gone entirely.

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    1978/ 1979 
The DiscoVision releases.

  • D18-506: Kidnapped (1960)
  • D61-503: On Vacation With Mickey Mouse And Friends (1956)
  • D61-504: Kids Is Kids, Starring Donald Duck (1961)
  • D61-505: At Home With Donald Duck
  • D61-506: The Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale (1959)
  • D61-507: The Coyote's Lament (1961)
    Note: Originally broadcast as an episode in the Walt Disney Presents TV series.

     1980 
The original 13 releases.
  • 10: Pete's Dragon (1977)
    Note: The first official release release for Walt Disney Home Video.
    Note: European theatrical version on original pressings.
    Note: All pressings since at least 1982 or 1983 use a more complete version which runs 2h8m29s with the original Buena Vista logo.
    Note: The sticker label (which was a square Betamax sticker label; these would be used until the early 90's) has the movie title on the top of the tape, the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video between two yellow-and-red bars in the middle, and a United States Federal Bureau of Investigation copyright/duplication warning at the bottom; for the home video logo, Sorcerer Mickey is on the left, the corporate Walt Disney Signature in red is in the middle, and the words, "Home Video", are on the right; these stickers would be changed in 1985-86 to have blue bars and a larger corporate signature over the "Home Video", and would be changed again for Sorcerer Mickey titles to remove the bars prior to ink labels.
    Note: On the first Walt Disney Home Video releases, a message existed below the F.B.I. warning that stated "For Sale Only: Not Intended For Rental" or "For Rental Only: Not For Sale"; some rental copies were sent back to Walt Disney Productions after a while and retested for sale instead; these copies had an orange oval sticker slapped on the left reel lens that stated the tape had been retested for quality and was now a sale-only video, meaning the "Rental Only" message on the tape label and at the start of the program now had to be ignored.
    Note: Each tape opens with either a blue "For Sale Only: Not Intended For Rental" screen or "For Rental Only: Not For Sale" (this would be on the tape label too, and copies with the orange oval sticker were repackaged rental titles, which meant the "Rental Only" warning needed to be disregarded) then either a blue Federal Bureau of Investigation warning screen with the word "Warning" in yellow at the top and the black and white F.B.I. emblem on the left, or a red screen with an F.B.I. warning design identical to Warner's F.B.I. warning; a left formatted "Licensed for private home exhibition only" screen then followed (on Canadian copies there's no F.B.I. warning due to Canada being outside the Bureau's jurisdiction; the "Licensed" screen appeared first, then a "Duplication is Prohibited" screen second; Canadian and American tapes are interchangeable, however), and this is followed by the "Neon Mickey" Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo, then a blue MPAA rating screen with a white stripe along the bottom that has the film's MPAA rating on the right, then the Buena Vista logo before the film (the Buena Vista logo is silent on Pete's Dragon).
    Note: The "Neon Mickey" logo depicted a spinning Mickey Mouse silhouette that changed colors while Walt Disney's personal signature in yellow was drawn out in front of it; after it finished, the words "Home Entertainment" appeared below it and came in, completing the logo; this logo had been used on the 1978 DiscoVision releases, earning its nickname; the 1983 update changes the Disney logo to the corporate signature and the words to "Home Video".
    Note: The majority of tapes from 1981 to 1986 ended with a promo with singers that had a slideshow of various Disney programs before ending in a quick showcase of available titles, then the "Neon Mickey" logo, but with Sorcerer Mickey on the left and "The Magic Lives On: Walt Disney Home Video" with the corporate signature on the right, then a show of Tigger shouting "Great!!" note  before he disappears into space, at which point the tape ends; this is known as the "Walt Disney And You" promo due to that being the key lyrics in the song that plays over this, and traces of it can be heard (barely) in the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo; this classic promo would be retired before the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics release of Sleeping Beauty and temporarily replaced with a video dealer announcement that played at the start of a tape, before IT disappeared (the promo was never updated with films and programs released past 1982).
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 11: The Black Hole (1979)
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 12: The Love Bug (1969)
    Note: Presented entirely in anamorphic widescreen without letterboxing, in the original aspect ratio.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 13: Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 14: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1955)
    Note: The original video box had the title as simply Davy Crockett.
    Note: Sped up by just over 4% to 1h28m52s (as opposed to the original runtime of approximately 1h32m49s), to fit a 90-minute tape.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 15: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)
    Note: Sped up by just over 8% to 1h57m28s (as opposed to the original runtime of approximately 2h7m1s), to fit a 120-minute tape.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 16: Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)
    Note: Theatrical version
    Note: Sped up by just over 4% to 1h52m16s (as opposed to the original runtime of approximately 1h57m5s).
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 17: The North Avenge Irregulars (1979)
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 18: The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975)
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 19: Hot Lead And Cold Feet (1978)
    Note: The original Buena Vista logo is plastered by the 1979 Buena Vista logo.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 20: On Vacation with Mickey Mouse and Friends (1956)
    Note: One of the original DiscoVision releases.
    Note: Originally broadcast on 03/07/56 as part of the Disneyland TV series.
    Note: The videogram is as rebroadcast on 08/07/77 as part of The Wonderful World of Disney.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 21: Kids is Kids, Starring Donald Duck (1961)
    Note: One of the original DiscoVision releases.
    Note: Originally broadcast on 12/10/61 as part of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color.
    Note: The videogram is as rebroadcast on 04/06/75 as part of The Wonderful World of Disney.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.
  • 22: The Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale (1959)
    Note: One of the original DiscoVision releases.
    Note: Originally broadcast on 02/27/59 as part of Walt Disney Presents.
    Note: The videogram is as rebroadcast on 07/27/80 as part of Disney's Wonderful World, except with the original title.
    Note: Tapes rented out by Fotomat were printed by Fotomat's duplication partner, Bell & Howell Video Systems; when Disney started releasing tapes on its own, they went to U.S. Video Corp. and VCA Teletronics, eventually settling with VCA.

     1981 
Following the release of an additional title in January, no new titles were offered for over half a year before Dumbo and several other Disney catalog titles were announced.

  • 23: Mary Poppins (1964)
  • 24: Dumbo (1941)
    Note: Originally released for rental only. A sale version was released in 1982.
    Note: First of the Walt Disney Animated Classics movie series to be released on home video due to it airing on TV in the 50's.
    Note: Billed as Disney's Timeless Classic! on the back of the clamshell prior to it joining the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics line since this is a popular film; the Timeless Classic term wouldn't be used again on such a visible level until the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection version of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs in 1994.
  • 25: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
    Note: First of the package films in the Walt Disney Animated Classics movie series to be released on home video; contains the cartoons Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree (1966), Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day (1968); and Winnie The Pooh And Tigger Too! (1975).
  • 26: The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (1979)
  • 27: Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1956)
  • 28: The Absent-Minded Professor (1961)
    Note: A computer-colorized version was released in 1986.
  • 29: Gus (1975)
  • 30: The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968)
  • 31: Snow White Live at Radio City Music Hall (1980)
    Note: Only offered for a brief period before being pulled over a payment dispute with one of the talents. One of the rarest Disney titles on the market.
  • 32: Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck Cartoon Collections: Volume 1 (1981)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Thru the Mirror (1936), The Sleepwalker (1942), Donald's Golf Game (1938), Pluto and the Gopher (1950), Dragon Around (1954) and The Whalers (1938)
  • 33: Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck Cartoon Collections: Volume 2 (1981)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Society Dog Show (1939), Pluto's Sweater (1949), Donald Applecore (1952), The Little Whirlwind (1941), Donald's Diary (1954) and Pluto's Blue Note (1947).
  • 34: Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck Cartoon Collections: Volume 3 (1981)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Boat Builders (1938), Pluto's Quinpuplets (1937), Chef Donald (1941), Moose Hunters (1937), Working for Peanuts (1953) and Lend a Paw (1941)
  • 35: A Dream Called Walt Disney World (1980)
  • 36: Alice in Wonderland (1951)
    Note: Originally released for rental only. A sale version was released in 1982.
    Note: The only other single-story Disney Animated Classic to released on video prior to the Walt Disney Classics series.
    * 37: Old Yeller (1957)
  • 38: Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959)
  • 39: Amy (1981)
  • 40: A Tale of Two Critters (1977)
  • 41: Treasure Island (1950)
  • 42: Herbie Rides Again (1974)
  • 43: The Shaggy Dog (1959)
  • 44: Goofy Over Sports (1981)
    Note: Contains the cartoons How to Play Football (1944), The Art of Self Defense (1941), The Art of Skiing (1942), How to Ride a Horse (1941), How to Swim (1942) and Double Dribble (1946)
  • 45: Pollyanna (1960)
  • 46: A Walt Disney Christmas (1981)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Once Upon a Wintertime (1948), Santa's Workshop (1932), The Night Before Christmas (1933) and Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952)
  • 47: The Sign of Zorro (1960)
  • 53: Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
  • 54: The Island at the Top of the World (1974)
  • 56: Freaky Friday (1976)
  • 57: The Million Dollar Duck (1971)
  • 58: That Darn Cat! (1965)
  • 62: Blackbeard's Ghost (1968)
  • 66: Condorman (1981)
  • 67: The Devil and Max Devlin (1981)
  • 68: The Watcher in the Woods (1981)

     1982 
  • 73: A Day at Disneyland: A Souvenir Film (1982)
  • 74: Justin Morgan Had a Horse (1972)
  • 75: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1982)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Lonesome Ghosts (1937), Trick or Treat (1952) and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow from The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
  • 77: Ride a Wild Pony (1975)
  • 78: Candleshoe (1978)
  • 79: The Prince and the Pauper (1962)
  • 80: Now You See Him, Now You Don't (1972)
  • 85: Almost Angels (1962)
  • 88: Miracle of the White Stallions (1962)
  • 89: The Monkey's Uncle (1965)
  • 90: Night Crossing (1982)
  • 91: The Three Caballeros (1945)
    Note: One of the few movies in the Disney Animated Canon to make it to home video prior to the 1984 Great Management Shift and the startup of the Walt Disney Classics brand.
    Note: This became a general release title, and is the only package film to do so; it would remain available for the majority of Frank Wells and Jeffrey Katzenberg's tenures, but it's the only general release Disney Animated Classic to not be inducted into the Classics note ; it DID make it into the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection and Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection lines that followed the men's tenures and the Classics.
  • 92: A Walt Disney Christmas (1981/1982)
    Note: A different version of the title released the year before, this one featuring two additional cartoon shorts and new cover art.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Once Upon a Wintertime (1948), Santa's Workshop (1932), The Night Before Christmas (1933), Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952), On Ice (1935) and Donald's Snow Fight (1942)
  • 94: Herbie Goes Bananas (1980)
  • 95: The Gnome-Mobile (1967)
  • 96: Fun and Fancy Free, featuring Mickey and the Beanstalk (1947)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Bongo and, of course, Mickey and the Beanstalk.
    Note The last of the three Disney Animated Canon package films to reach video prior to the late 90's and the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection.
  • 97: The Cat from Outer Space (1978)
  • 99: The Ugly Dachshund (1966)
  • 100: Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977)
  • 105: The Wind in the Willows, Starring J. Thaddeus Toad (1982)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Motor Mania (1950), Trailer Horn (1950) and Wind in the Willows from The Adventures Of Ichabod And Mr. Toad.(1949)
  • 107: The Parent Trap (1961)
  • 108: The Shaggy D.A. (1976)
  • 109: The Bears and I (1974)
  • 110: The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)
  • 111: Kidnapped (1960)
    Note: One of the original DiscoVision releases.
  • 119: Babes in Toyland (1961)
  • 120: Snowball Express (1972)
  • 121: Storybook Classics (1982)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Little Toot (1948), Chicken Little (1943), Peter and the Wolf (1946) and The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934)

     1983 
  • 122: TRON (1982)
    Note: Presented in stereo.
    Note: Due to this film being somewhat dark, there's no Walt Disney Home Video logo on the front cover. The Disney logo IS on the spine, back, and tape label, and the tape plays the "Neon Mickey" logo prior to the movie; the 1985/1986 reprinting added the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo to the top of the front cover.
  • 125: The Boatniks (1970)
  • 132: The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (1980)
  • 135: Never a Dull Moment (1968)
  • 136: No Deposit, No Return (1976)
  • 141: American Heroes, featuring Paul Bunyan and Pecos Bill (1983)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Pecos Bill (1948/1952) and Paul Bunyan (1958)
  • 142: Tex (1982)
    Note: Like Tron, this tape minimized the appearance of the Walt Disney Home Video logo due to it being a little more grown-up (though not to the same extent as Trenchcoat as seen below).
  • 144: Johnny Tremain and the Sons of Liberty (1957)
  • 146: Chip 'n' Dale With Donald Duck (1983)
    Note: Volume 1 and one of the two Grand Premiere titles in the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series; this series featured the classic cartoon shorts from the first 30+ years of Walt Disney Productions's existence and made their availability more obvious than earlier releases, and this was step 1 to advancing Disney's home media agenda, which would lead to The Classics the following year. note 
    Note: The tapes in the original line of Cartoon Classics opened with either the blue F.B.I. warning screen or the red Warner-clone F.B.I. warning screen, then the blue left-formatted "Licensed For Home Exhibition" screen. Then the "Neon Mickey" logo would play, but the music was of a higher pitch, and instead of drawing the Disney signatures in front of Neon Mickey, the entire screen instead flipped to show a sparkling "The Magic Lives On: Walt Disney Home Video" with white lettering and a red corporate signature. After the home video marching music ended, the logo flashed, an announcer began speaking "Walt Disney Home Video Presents... Cartoon Classics!" and the opening theme to the cartoon short Hooked Bear began playing. The screen then changed to the Cartoon Classics logo, which depicted the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo at the top of a white box with lights around it, and Cartoon Classics inside the box along with the "Home Video" words above it. A slideshow of various classic cartoons then played, and ended with the Title Drop for the volume, then the cartoons began playing; after the last cartoon, the "Walt Disney And You" promo ended the program. The later Cartoon Classics tapes replaced the blue and red F.B.I. warnings with the 1984 white and red warning and the red center-formatted "Licensed For Home Exhibition" screen, and the "Neon Mickey" logo with the corporate signature played out in full before the "The Magic Lives On: Walt Disney Home Video" logo appeared, now out of thin air; a second series with shorter tapes, a revamped opening, and the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo would began distribution in 1987.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Chip an' Dale (1947; the first cartoon with Chip N Dale in it to have the chipmunks' characters be different), Winter Storage (1949), Up A Tree (1955), Three For Breakfast (1948), Out On A Limb (1950), Corn Chips (1951), and Out Of Scale (1951; one of the few Donald Duck/Chip 'n' Dale cartoons to end with BOTH sides winning).

  • 145: Pluto (1983)
    Note: Volume 2 of the Cartoon Classics series. note 
    Note: Contains the cartoons Pluto's Fledgling (1948), The Pointer (1939), The Legend Of Coyote Rock (1945), In Dutch (1946), Private Pluto (1943), Bone Trouble (1940), and Camp Dog (1950).

  • 147: The Incredible Journey (1963)

  • 149: Superdad (1973)

  • 163: Trenchcoat (1983)
    Note: Only has the Walt Disney Home Video logo on the tape label; the logo is otherwise completely AWOL due to this film being more mature than the average Disney film at the time.
    Note: This is the ONLY major release of this film on home media prior to 2011 due to it being a massive failure with audiences and with critics note 

  • 164: Scary Tales (1983)
    Note: Volume 3 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Donald Duck and the Gorilla (1944), Duck Pimples (1945), The Skeleton Dance (1929), Haunted House (1929), Donald's Lucky Day (1939) and Pluto's Judgement Day (1935)

  • 165: Sport Goofy (1983)
    Note: Volume 4 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Olympic Champ (1942), Goofy Gymnastics (1949), How To Play Baseball (1942), How To Play Golf (1944), Tennis Racquet (1949), and Hockey Homicide (1945).

  • 166: Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
    Note: Presented in stereo.

  • 167: Disney's Best of 1931-1948 (1983)
    Note: Volume 5 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Ugly Duckling (1939), Mickey's Orphans (1931), Flowers and Trees (1932), Truant Officer Donald (1941), The Country Cousin (1936) and Mickey and the Seal (1948)

  • 168: More Sport Goofy (1983)
    Note: Volume 6 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons How to Play Football (1944), The Art of Self Defense (1941), The Art of Skiing (1941), How to Ride a Horse (1941/1950), How to Swim (1942) and Double Dribble (1946)
    Note: Released only on laserdisc.

  • 183: The Happiest Millionaire (1967)

     1984 
  • 177: More Of Disney's Best: 1933-1946 (1984)
    Note: Volume 7 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Three Little Pigs (1933), Brave Little Tailor (1938), The Old Mill (1937), Donald's Crime (1945), The Tortoise and the Hare (1935), and Squatter's Rights (1946).

  • 178: Sport Goofy's Vacation (1984)
    Note: Volume 8 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Two Weeks Vacation (1952), Father's Lion (1952), Foul Hunting (1947), How to Fish (1942), Tiger Trouble (1945) and Aquamania (1961)

  • 179: Donald Duck's First 50 Years (1984)
    Note: Volume 9 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Wise Little Hen (1934; this Silly Symphony was the Grand Premiere of Donald Duck), Donald and Pluto (1936), Don Donald (1937; this had Daisy Duck's short-lived predecessor, Donna Duck), Donald's Nephews (1938), Donald's Double Trouble (1946; this cartoon featured two Donald Ducks, the second of which has a deep voice and is voiced by a different actor from Clarence Nash) and Rugged Bear (1953)

  • 180: Mickey's Crazy Careers (1984)
    Note: Volume 10 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Mickey's Fire Brigade (1935), The Band Concert (1935), The Mail Pilot (1933), Magician Mickey (1937), Clock Cleaners (1937) and Tugboat Mickey (1940)

  • 190: The Castaway Cowboy (1974)

  • 195: Big Red (1962)

  • 198: Mickey (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series; this version of the Cartoon Classics franchise was created to promote and feature the more noteworthy cartoon shorts that Disney had produced, and a limited amount of Gold Edition tapes were made. Once the stock ran out, the line would be discontinued; this was the second step in testing the waters for releasing animated full-length movies on video, which began later in the year when the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics line was christened for that purpose.
    Note: The Limited Gold Editions open with either the blue or red Warner-clone F.B.I. warning screen, the left-formatted "Licensed for Home Exhibition" screen, then the 1978 "Neon Mickey" logo with Walt's signature, then a still shot of a gold plaque in a white background that reads Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition with the red Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo over it; a short cartoon of 1930's Mickey meeting modern Mickey then played, followed by a mini-documentary, then the cartoons on the tape.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Steamboat Willie (1928; the first film with synchronized sound, the opening show of this cartoon now is the logo for Walt Disney Animation Studios), Mickey's Grand Opera (1936), The Worm Turns (1937), Mickey's Parrot (1938), Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip (1940), Symphony Hour (1942) and The Simple Things (1953; the final standalone Mickey Mouse cartoon produced by Walt, and the last one to have him in the lead role until The Prince and the Pauper, which opened The Rescuers Down Under, in 1990.)
    Note: Mickey's Grand Opera has its titles plastered by the "A Walt Disney Mickey Mouse" title card from Symphony Hour.

  • 199: Minnie (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Plane Crazy (1928; the true Grand Premiere of both Mickey and Minnie Mouse, it was updated with sound after Steamboat Willie), Mickey's Rival (1936), First Aiders (1944), The Nifty Nineties (1941), Bath Day (1946), Mickey's Delayed Date (1947) and Figaro and Frankie (1947)

  • 200: Donald (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Donald's Cousin Gus (1939), The Riveter (1940), The Autograph Hound (1939), A Good Time for a Dime (1941), Donald's Tire Trouble (1943), Drip Dippy Donald (1948) and The New Neighbor (1953)

  • 201: Daisy (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Mr. Duck Steps Out (1940; the first appearance of the character; she was preceded by a short-lived love interest called "Donna Duck", but she wouldn't be seriously considered as Donald's love interest until after The Three Caballeros), Cured Duck (1945), Dumb Bell of the Yukon (1946), Sleepy Time Donald (1947), Donald's Dilemma (1948), Donald's Dream Voice (1948) and Donald's Diary (1950)

  • 202: Pluto (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Pluto, Junior (1942), Canine Casanova (1945), Pluto at the Zoo (1942), Pluto's Housewarming (1947), Pluto's Heart Throb (1950), Cat Nap Pluto (1948) and Wonder Dog (1950)

  • 203: Disney's Best: The Fabulous '50s (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1951), Pigs is Pigs (1954), Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (1953) and Noah's Ark (1959)
    Note: Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom is presented in its Academy Ratio version.

  • 204: Silly Symphonies (1984)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Birds in the Spring (1933), The China Shop (1934), The Flying Mouse (1934), The Cookie Carnival (1935), Woodland Cafe (1937), Moth and the Flame (1938) and Farmyard Symphony (1938)
    Note: The special Limited Gold Edition introduction is severely shortened to accommodate the lengths of the cartoons featured on the tape.

  • 211: Son of Flubber (1963)

  • 224: A Disney Christmas Gift (1982)
    Note: Originally broadcast on 12/4/82 as part of Walt Disney.

  • 225: Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
    Note: Contains an early version of the white and red F.B.I. warning screens where there is more detail on the first screen. The first screen has the F.B.I. emblem in a vertical red stripe on the left of the screen, something which would be carried over to the other white and red warnings; the second screen was all red, and all second screens now had the "Licensed for Home Exhibition" message center-formatted and the lettering all capitalized.
    Note: This tape was released after Disney CEO Ron Miller had been sent packing due to turmoil that threatened to derail the studio; a new management team led by Paramount's Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg plus former Warner Communications executive Frank Wells and Walt Disney's nephew and Roy O. Disney's son Roy E. took control of Disney and changed the name to The Walt Disney Company.
    Note: This program was the first time Wayne Allwine voiced Mickey, which he would do until his death in 2009; it's also the last time Clarence Nash voiced Donald, for he died in 1985 and was replaced by Disney animator Tony Anselmo.
    Note: Includes bonus featurette The Making of Mickey's Christmas Carol after the feature program.

  • 226: Winnie the Pooh and Friends (1984)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983), Hooked Bear (1956), Hold That Pose (1950) and In the Bag (1956)
    Note: Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore has its original opening credits replaced by new digitally-inserted text placed over the live-action scenes.
    Note: Hooked Bear and In the Bag are presented in their Academy Ratio versions.

  • 228: Robin Hood (1973)
    Note: The Grand Premiere release in the Walt Disney Classics series, a line created to release the full-length animated films that Walt Disney Feature Animation (later Walt Disney Animation Studios) had created, and the first of the "Untouchables" to reach home video after the new management lead by Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Frank Wells greenlighted the process of releasing "The Classics" on video; this film was chosen to launch the Classics series specifically because a theatrical re-release two years earlier didn't make much money and Disney saw no future for it in the cinema.
    Note: Came in a black puffy clamshell with full artwork, and billed as Walt Disney Productions (with the corporate signature on the front and tape label) since it's the first film that Walt could not be involved in, and the second made after his death; this is also the first Disney Animated Classic made completely without Walt to be released on home video. The front cover had a black fold tab in the lower-right hand corner that proclaimed "The Original Animated Classic" with "Original" underlined; an exclamation point would be added to this on future releases. The spine had The Classics black art-deco diamond with The Classics in Binner EF font on the bottom, and a large The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video black four-corner diamond would be on the top of the back note .
    Note: The inside of the case had a black The Classics diamond in the inside of the front cover that would use the same colors from the primary Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo in 1986 note . The tape itself had Walt Disney Productions: Robin Hood on the top of a Betamax sticker label and The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video black art-deco diamond logo in place of the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo in the middle, with the F.B.I. warning on the bottom.
    Note: This tape featured a special opening for the tape in place of the Walt Disney Home Video logo; it used a spinning and dancing The Classics and Walt Disney Home Video logos note  with a large black diamond animation appearing from the middle of the screen at the end note  instead prior to the "Walt Disney Productions Presents" title card at the start of Robin Hood; this is affectionately known as the "Cheesy Diamond"; this is also the first tape to feature the main 1984 white and red F.B.I. warning screens prior to the diamond that would be used until the VHS release of Fantasia in 1991; a handful of the Classics Robin Hood VHS still had the "Walt Disney And You" promo after the film, but that promo was never updated with Classics releases or anything else past 1982.
  • 705: DTV: Pop & Rock (1984)
    Note: Presented in stereo.
    Note: Most of the DTV tapes note  did not have the Walt Disney Home Video logo on them; after the F.B.I. warnings, the intro to the DTV program started immediately; these tapes and remaining Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition tapes were the intended main attraction of Disney's 1984 Christmas promotion, not the Classics tape of Robin Hood, which was mostly rented but did sell enough copies to convince Disney to continue with that line.

  • 706: DTV: Rock, Rhythm & Blues (1984)
    Note: Presented in stereo.

  • 707: DTV: Golden Oldies (1984)
    Note: Presented in stereo.

     1985 
  • 222: The Continuing Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale, Featuring Donald Duck (1985)
    Note: Volume 11 of the standard Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons All In A Nutshell (1949), Test Pilot Donald (1951), Modern Inventions (1937), Food For Feudin' (1950), Old Sequoia (1945), The Flying Jalopy (1943), and Toy Tinkers (1949).

  • 237: Disney's Tall Tales (1985)
    Note: Volume 12 of the regular Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Casey At The Bat from Make Mine Music (1946), The Saga Of Windwagon Smith (1961), A Cowboy Needs A Horse (1956), The Golden Touch (1935; this was the last cartoon Walt directed, and it discouraged him from taking another directing job), The Brave Engineer (1950), and The Big Bad Wolf (1934; this short's original failure led to Walt giving the page quote for Sequelitis)

  • 239: Pinocchio (1940)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series.
    Note: First of the "Untouchables" created under Walt Disney's watch to reach home video; because of this, it's billed as Walt Disney's Pinocchio instead of Walt Disney Productions on both the front cover and the tape label, and Walt Disney is not in the corporate signature, which wouldn't be used again on the film header until Lady And The Tramp.
    Note: Originally priced at $79.95, the price was briefly lowered to $29.95 as part of a holiday promotion. This move made this title Disney's first bestseller and one of the most important releases in the history of home entertainment and Hollywood.
    Note: The Classics diamond is not on this clamshell's spine, but it is on the back.
    Note: This title's TV campaign, as part of its $1,000,000 ad budget, was reportedly the first national TV spot to advertise a single title.
    Note: A very rare 15-minute promo tape note  detailing the marketing plan for the video note  and previews of critical scenes in it was created by Maxell; The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video black diamond logo IS on the spine of this tape's clamshell, but on the top, not unlike the releases from Halloween 1986 to the end of the line on; the Classics diamond on the back is small, and the Walt Disney Home Video logo in the diamonds is white instead of red; the tape label has a blueish tint, and there's no F.B.I. warning anywhere due to this tape being intended for demonstration only and NOT for sale OR rental. note 
    Note: Very early copies of this video contain a theatrical trailer (with the very first appearance of the classic Walt Disney Pictures logo prior to said trailer; it's silent) for The Black Cauldron in between the F.B.I warnings and the "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo that comes before the feature presentation of Pinocchio. The Black Cauldron would finally hit theaters a few days after this tape's release and after it had been in the works for a decade and incurred a last-minute edit from Katzenberg to get a PG rating (some of the frames he cut are part of the trailer); after the movie flopped, the trailer was removed from all other printings, which only contain the F.B.I warnings and the "Cheesy Diamond" Classics logo before Pinocchio.
    Note: This specific version of Pinocchio was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Disney Vault on February 28, 1986, past an earlier cutoff date; it would be reissued in October of that year alongside Sleeping Beauty.

  • 255: Donald's Bee Pictures (1985)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series
    Note: These releases had the white and red F.B.I. warning screens, the newer 1983 "Neon Mickey" Walt Disney Home Video logo with the corporate signature, then a copyright notice at the bottom, then "Walt Disney Home Video" and "Presents", then the Limited Gold Edition II logo, which depicted the Cartoon Classics seal with the red Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo over it, all in the same color scheme as the Warner Bros. logo against a gold bookcover; note  the bookcover opens to the right, and reveals the Limited Gold Edition II plaque rising in a grid background before turning and shining; the bookcover then closes and shows the volume title before going into the mini-documentary and the cartoons that follow; the "Walt Disney And You" promo follows the last cartoon on most of these tapes.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Inferior Decorator (1948), Honey Harvester (1949), Slide, Donald, Slide (1949), Window Cleaners (1940), Bee at the Beach (1950), Bee on Guard (1951) and Let's Stick Together (1952)

  • 256: The World According to Goofy (1985)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Goofy's Glider (1940), Baggage Buster (1941), How to Be a Sailor (1944), They're Off (1948), Home Made Home (1951), Man's Best Friend (1952) and How to Dance (1953)

  • 257: The Disney Dream Factory: 1933-1938 (1985)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Old King Cole (1933), The Pied Piper (1933), Music Land (1935), Three Blind Mouseketeers (1936), Merbabies (1938) and Wynken, Blynken and Nod (1938)

  • 258: An Officer and a Duck (1985)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Donald Gets Drafted (1942), The Vanishing Private (1942), Sky Trooper (1942), Fall Out, Fall In (1943), The Old Army Game (1943) and Home Defense (1943)

  • 259: How the Best Was Won: 1933-1960 (1985)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Building a Building (1933), Funny Little Bunnies (1934), Three Orphan Kittens (1935), Ferdinand the Bull (1938) and Goliath II (1960)

  • 260: Life with Mickey! (1985)
    Note: Part of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Shanghaied (1934), Mickey's Polo Team (1936), Alpine Climbers (1936), Mickey's Circus (1936), Mickey Down Under (1948) and R'Coon Dawg (1951)

  • 261: From Pluto With Love
    Note: Part of of the Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Edition II series
    Note: Contains the cartoons Pluto's Playmate (1941), T-Bone for Two (1942), Rescue Dog (1947), Pluto's Surprise Package (1949), Sheep Dog (1949), Cold Turkey (1951) and Plutopia (1951)

  • 299: Smoke (1970)

  • 318: The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue (1985)

  • 340: Zorro and the Mystery of Don Cabrillo (1985)
    Note: Volume 3 of the Zorro home video series. Contains three episodes from the TV series.

  • 341: Return to Oz (1985)

  • 342: The Small One (1985)
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Small One (1978), Feliz Navidad (1974), Arctic Antics (1930) and Winter (1930)
    Note: Feliz Navidad is an excerpt from The Three Caballeros.

  • 355: Sammy the Way-Out Seal (1962)

  • 358: The Mickey Mouse Club: Volume 5, featuring "Mousekartoons" (1985)
    Note: Contains three half-hour episodes of the original Mickey Mouse Club TV show.

  • 703: Mousercise (1985)

  • 709: Black Arrow (1984)

  • 720: DTV: Love Songs (1985)
    Note: Presented in stereo.

  • 722: DTV: Groovin' for a 60's afternoon (1985)
    Note: Presented in stereo.

  • 736: Too Smart for Strangers (1985)
    Note: A special educational direct-to-video program.

  • 24: Dumbo (1941)
    Note: A reprinting of the film for a Christmas promotion that updated the tape and the packaging to full artwork and a pink spine and back for the Classics line.
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series, though this tape lacks the Classics logo on the program due to it being rushed; it has the regular 1983 version of the "Neon Mickey" logo with the current corporate Disney logo instead; some copies retain the blue MPAA rating screen, but all retain the Buena Vista screen, and the "Walt Disney And You" promo is at the end of this release.
    Note: Last tape to have the Classics diamond on the inside of the front cover on all copies; also last release to have the film title in red, and last release until later printings of Lady And The Tramp and all printings of Cinderella to have the title on the top and the Classics diamond in the middle on the tape label.
  • Dumbo (1941)
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish, uses the original English-language credits
    Note: Packaged in a cardboard slipcover with the pre-1985 package design.

     1986 
  • 049: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

  • 063: Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)

  • 064: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1975)

  • 229: The Sword in the Stone (1963)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series.
    Note: Last release to come in a black 80's clamshell; these cases were fragile, and prompted an upgrade to the later clamshells at the end of the year.
    Note: First release to flip the sticker label to have The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video black diamond logo on the top and the film title in the middle; also first release to have the film title in black.
    Note: The diamond on the spine is the full The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo.
    Note: Some copies of this and a few other Classics titles that year minus Sleeping Beauty, Robin Hood, and Pinocchio contain a home video trailer for The Journey of Natty Gann; some copies of The Sword In The Stone and Alice In Wonderland also replace the "Cheesy Diamond" logo with the 1983 Neon Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo; this was fixed by Sleeping Beauty due to Neon Mickey being retired in favor of the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo, so copies from October have the "Cheesy Diamond" logo.
    Note: Became a general release title immediately upon this VHS release.
    Note: The "Cheesy Diamond" logo freezes for 10 seconds on this tape.
    Note: Remained in print, with minor variations, for a whopping eight years, in tandem with the 1991 release for some reason.

  • 361: Disney's Greatest Lullabies, Volume 2

  • 365: Silly Symphonies: Fanciful Fables (1986)
    Note: Volume 13 of the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Merry Dwarfs (1929), Playful Pan (1930), Babes in the Woods (1932), Father Noah's Ark (1933), The Goddess of Spring (1934) and Little Hiawatha (1937)

  • 366: Silly Symphonies: Animal Tales (1986)
    Note: Volume 14 (the last, and therefore the Grand Finale) of the original Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Monkey Melodies (1930), The Spider and the Fly (1931), Peculiar Penguins (1934), Cock o' the Walk (1935), More Kittens (1936) and Elmer Elephant (1936)

  • 36: Alice in Wonderland (1951)
    Note: A reprinting of the film for the "Wonderland" promotion that inducted it into the Classics lineup.
    Note: Only Classics release to come in a cardboard slipcover case, and the only release of a Disney Animated Classic to come in a slipcover until the end of VHS in 2005.
    Note: Some copies are a few of the last tapes made to carry the "Walt Disney And You" promo at the end of the tape; the promo still had only releases from the first two years of Walt Disney Home Video, and was retired before the Classics release of Sleeping Beauty due to having aged in 5 years (and also because some of the films showcased in the promo were withdrawn from store shelves when "Neon Mickey" was retired).
    Note: Some copies use the Classics logo, but with the same master used for the 1981 release (i.e. with the MPAA "G" bumper and the Buena Vista logo).
    Note: The "Cheesy Diamond" logo freezes for 10 seconds on this tape; a 1988 copy has the logo fade in abruptly and fade out abruptly, before the jingle finishes.
    Note: The cover art for this release, with Alice and the Mad Hatter at the Unbirthday tea party, would get a touch up for the clamshell release a few months later; this cover art made it to the successor to the "Black Diamond" Classics, the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection, in 1994, where it would be shrunk into an emblem with the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo at the top of the case; therefore, this release's cover art would be used for the next 13 years; only getting changed in 1999 for a Masterpiece Collection reprint prior to the end of that line.

  • 400: The Journey of Natty Gann (1985)

  • 442: Mickey Knows Best (1986)
    Note: Contains the cartoons Moving Day (1936), Mickey's Amateurs (1937) and Mickey's Elephant (1936)

  • 443: The Importance of Being Donald (1986)
    Note: Contains the shorts Donald's Better Self (1938), Polar Trappers (1938) and Timber (1941)
    Note: Some copies of this release were printed by Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures/Paramount Video Services instead of Disney's usual duplication partner at the time, VCA/Technicolor.

  • 475: One Magic Christmas (1985)

  • 476: Sleeping Beauty (1959)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series.
    Note: First tape, along with repackagings of the other 5 Classics titles released by that point, to have the white clamshells that would be used until the end of VHS in 2005/2006 note ; these clamshells rearranged the spine to have The Classics black diamond on the top, the Walt Disney Home Video logo under it, the film title under that, then a diamond profile portrait of the main protagonist(s) from the movie in the case, followed by the stock numbers, which would be the slate that would be used until 1994; the artwork was also removable, and the sticker label on the first three Classics releases was changed to resemble the label of the other three, but everything else was left intact.
    Note: This VHS tape and the reissue of Pinocchio that came with it have dark-red F.B.I. warning screens similar to those used from 1992 onwards note  followed by a video dealer offer prior to the "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo (which freezes for 10 seconds on Pinocchio) and the movie; 1987 reprints remove the video dealer announcement and replace the dark red warnings with the 1984 warnings; Sleeping Beauty is the only title with a "Cheesy Diamond" opening to have the film's custom-made Buena Vista logo come up between the logo and the opening credits.
    Note: Presented in Hi-Fi Stereo
    Note: This specific version of Sleeping Beauty was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on March 31, 1988; without this tape, there was really no way of watching Sleeping Beauty until the Masterpiece Collection VHS arrived in 1997.

  • 477: Canine Commando (1986)
    Note: Part of a trilogy of classic cartoon compilation tapes that were not part of the main Cartoon Classics line; this series bridged the gap between the first and second series of the Cartoon Classics brand.
    Note: Like the 1986 videos of Pinocchio and Sleeping Beauty, these videos have the dark-red F.B.I. warnings and the video dealer screen, but these tapes are also the Grand Premieres of the classic 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo note . This logo opens with an image of Sorcerer Mickey like on the cases and labels of non-Classics titles appearing. The camera moves toward his left hand, which has a small spark getting ready to erupt, and eventually, it does, and begins spelling out Walt Disney in the red corporate font as Mickey disappears offscreen to the left. As the signature nears completion, the words "Home Video" in a different font from before (but still the color red) zooms in and settles under the signature, which then glows and flashes (some tapes, such as these bridge tapes, also have the word "presents" appear under the logo); a very small jingle that has a hint of the "Walt Disney And You" theme plays across this logo. This is the same color logo from the covers of the Neon Mickey tapes and the Disney logo in the Classics diamond; these early Sorcerer Mickey videos still had the Neon Mickey labels on the tapes with the Walt Disney Home Video logo between two blue bars, but it was changed in 1987 to remove the bars entirely.
    Note: After the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo, a short opening of an old cartoon of Mickey and Minnie walking into a theatre plays prior to the program on this series, which has three cartoons like the main Cartoon Classics 2 line a few months later.
    Note: Contains the shorts The Army Mascot (1942), Dog Watch (1945), and Canine Patrol (1945).

  • 478: The Unsinkable Donald Duck with Huey, Dewey, and Louie (1986)
    Note: Another Cartoon Classics bridge video with the Sorcerer Mickey logo.
    Note: Contains the shorts Sea Scouts (1939), Donald's Off Day (1944), and Lion Around (1950).

  • 479: A Tale Of Two Chipmunks (1986)
    Note: The third and final cartoon bridge video, this time starring Chip 'n' Dale; this video has two out of their three independent shorts, including the Lone Ranger cartoon that has rarely been seen due to gun content; this tape is one of the ways to see it.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Chicken In The Rough (1951), Chips Ahoy note  (1956), and The Lone Chipmunks (1954).

  • 480: Disney Sing-Along Songs: Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (1986)
    Note: This is the Grand Premiere title in the Disney Sing-Along Songs video series that featured notable songs from Disney productions with lyrics spelled out for viewers to read; this is one of the most successful video lines that Disney produced, alongside the Walt Disney Classics, Walt Disney Cartoon Classics, and later the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection.
    Note: Almost all of the videos in the Sing-Along line up to 2003/2004/2006 open with the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo note  then an introduction with Professor Owl from the cartoons Melody and Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom; Ludwig Von Drake and Jiminy Cricket also appear in this series; Honor To Us All in 1998 was the last time Owl appeared.
    Note: This first installment was rebranded as "Volume Two" shortly after Disney began numbering these tapes.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "The Mickey Mouse Club March", "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", "Following the Leader", "It's a Small World", "The Unbirthday Song", "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo", "Casey Junior", "The Ballad of Davy Crockett", "Give a Little Whistle", "Whistle While You Work", and a "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" reprise; the end credits then play with the "Sing-Along" jingle, then the tape ends.
    Note: Much like the Walt Disney Classics tapes, the tapes in the Disney Sing-Along Songs series are sought after by collectors because they DO use clips from the movies/TV shows that the songs on the tape come from, and the video clips are of a different quality due to Disney not making any touchups on them (they were meant to only show a little bit of each movie, and a movie/TV show could have only one song from it in a specific Sing-Along volume. Disney didn't restore some of these clips until the movies they came from were released on video themselves). It's also prized because the songs and clips that go with them often predate those movies getting released on video by years (this release is pretty bad; clips from Song of the South can really only be viewed on the Sing-Along series because that movie is one of the very few films left that has yet to see a home media release as of 2016; all the other movies are at least on DVD). These also more or less count as music video compilations (the same category the DTV tapes were in.
    Note: Unlike Disney's other lines, the Sing-Along series kept reprinting their releases into the new millennium and just past John Lasseter's ascension to the Chief Creative Officer at Disney, which is one of the reasons the later pressings retained the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo even on DVD. Shortly after Lasseter took the helm, VHS went defunct, and Disney finally chose to conclude the 20-year long Sing-Along series; at some point in 2006/2007, all the remaining reprints of the series, which had been in play for 20 years, were formally withdrawn from store shelves and retiring the Sorcerer Mickey logo (which got a Spiritual Successor in the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo.

     1987 

  • 499: Flight of the Navigator (1986)
  • 533: The Reluctant Dragon (1941)
    Note: This tape only contains the titular cartoon that concludes the movie it was attached to. The full film WAS released on video, but was a Disney Store exclusive. This tape would be rebranded as part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series, which added the Mini Classics logo before the film, and the title listing for the line after; that tape is otherwise identical to this one.
    Note: In addition, this tape has the Moriss the Midget Moose cartoon.

  • 526: Here's Mickey! (1987)
    Note: Volume 1 and the Grand Premiere title in the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series, which was rebooted here.
    Note: These tapes now came in cardboard slipcovers with the starring character(s) on them. These still have the 1984 F.B.I. warnings, but now open with the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo, which goes into a new opening slideshow with a remix of the Hooked Bear theme that is the Cartoon Classics theme; the final clip in the opening slideshow is the cha-cha dance from Mickey's Birthday Party (which is the very first cartoon classic in the new series), and as the dancers move to the right, rainbow-colored pegs began appearing and moving to the right as well; the third one pushes the screen off, and a set of circling pegs inside a rectangular box zooms in with an additional box following it; the red Walt Disney corporate signature pops out from the box, ducks down, and then aligns at the top while a Cartoon Classics plaque comes up from the bottom-right and a diamond with Mickey's face comes up from the bottom left and align too, one after the other; the logo finishes with a sparkle that makes an arc just like the Walt Disney Pictures logo, and when it reaches the left, it creates the volume title, then the program starts; the pegs on later releases push the screen off the moment they appear, and the "Special Editions" from 1992 have the green F.B.I. warnings, and the diamond contains Goofy plus a plaque saying "Special Edition".
    Note: Contains the cartoons Mickey's Birthday Party as mentioned above (1942), Orphan's Benefit (1941), and Mickey's Garden (1935).
    Note: Each volume in this series of Cartoon Classics ends with a still screen of the completed logo and a scroll of the first 10 to 12 titles released.
  • 527: Here's Donald! (1987)
    Note: Volume 2 of the second Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Wide Open Spaces (1947), Donald's Ostrich (1937), and Crazy With The Heat (1947).

  • 529: Here's Goofy! (1987)
    Note: Volume 3 of the new Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons For Whom The Bulls Toil (1953), Lion Down (1951), and A Knight For A Day (1946).

  • 530: Silly Symphonies! (1987)
    Note: Volume 4 of Walt Disney Cartoon Classics Version 2.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Three Little Wolves (1936), Toby Tortoise Returns (1936), and Water Babies (1935).

  • 528: Here's Pluto! (1987)
    Note: Volume 5 of the second wave of the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Mail Dog (1947), Pantry Pirate (1940), and Springtime For Pluto (1944).
    Note: These first five titles were the only releases in the new Cartoon Classics series to have cartoons that were seeing their home video debut; all future titles have cartoons that were released before (with one exception.)

  • 531: Disney's Sing Along-Songs: Heigh-Ho (1987)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: This tape was later designated as Volume One of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series, and was originally released to celebrate Snow White's 50th anniversary.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Heigh-Ho", "Up, Down and Touch the Ground" (this is from Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, the Grand Premiere installment in Disney's Pooh franchise), "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee (An Actor's Life for Me)", "Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me)" (the footage in this video is from a 1968 Disneyland episode since the film franchise didn't start until way after this tape's release), "A Silly Song (the Dwarf's Yodel Song)", "A Cowboy Needs a Horse" (from that cartoon), "The Three Caballeros", the theme from Zorro, the Siamese Cat Song, "Let's Go Fly a Kite", and a "Heigh-Ho" reprise before the tape ends.
    Note: Both "Yo-Ho" and the Siamese Cat Song were removed from the 1993/1994 reprinting of this volume for some reason.

  • 532: Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983)
  • 732: The Undergrads (release date unknown)
  • 582: Lady and the Tramp (1955)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: Last commercially released new entry to have the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo, and last new release to also have The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video diamond at the top of the back cover; this is also the first Classics release since Robin Hood to have the Walt Disney's header be in the corporate font, and all releases except for several Alice In Wonderland and The Sword In The Stone reissues would now use this font.
    Note: Early copies had the The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo on the top and the film title in the middle, with the Classics and Disney logos in the diamond shrunk; later copies flipped the positions back to the original positions from 1984-85, with the Classics and Disney logos in the diamond restored to original size.
    Note: Presented in Hi-Fi Stereo
    Note: This video's release earned Disney a lawsuit from star Peggy Lee due to contract stipulations; her victory prompted Disney to change their contracts regarding star input.
    Note: This specific version of Lady and the Tramp was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on March 31, 1988, alongside the second version of the Sleeping Beauty Classics VHS; it would become impossible to view this film on home media without this tape until 1998, when the Masterpiece Collection VHS was released.

  • 576: Starring Mickey & Minnie (1987)
    Note: Volume 6 of the remade Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Little Whirlwind (1941), Hawaiian Holiday (1937), and Brave Little Tailor (1938).

  • 577: Starring Donald & Daisy (1987)
    Note: Volume 7 of the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series 2.0.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Don Donald (1937; as a reminder, this cartoon features Daisy's predecessor, Donna Duck), Donald's Double Trouble (1946; a second Donald not voiced by Clarence Nash is in this cartoon), and Donald's Diary (1954).

  • 578: Silly Symphonies: Animals Two By Two (1987)
    Note: Volume 8 of the redone Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Father Noah's Ark (1933), Peculiar Penguins (1934), and The Tortoise and the Hare (1935).

  • 579: Starring Chip 'n' Dale (1987)
    Note: Volume 9 of the revived Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Working For Peanuts (1953), Donald Applecore (1952), and Dragon Around (1954).

  • 580: Starring Pluto & Fifi (1987)
    Note: Volume 10 of the second Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Society Dog Show (1939), Pluto's Blue Note (1947), and Pluto's Quin-Puplets (1937).

  • 581: Disney's Sing-Along Songs: The Bare Necessities (1987)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: This tape was released to celebrate The Jungle Book's 20th anniversary.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "The Bare Necessities", "You Are A Human Animal" from the Mickey Mouse Club, the Cinderella Work Song, "Old Yeller", "Figaro and Cleo" (from a cartoon classic), "Winnie The Pooh", "I Wan'na Be Like You", "Look Out For Mr. Stork", "Everybody Wants To Be A Cat", "The Ugly Bug Ball", and a "Bare Necessities" reprise to close the program.

     1988 

  • 594: Benji The Hunted (1987)
  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly! (1988)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: Released to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Peter Pan
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "You Can Fly", "The Beautiful Briny", "Colonel Hathi's March", "I've Got No Strings", "Little Black Rain Cloud" (again, this is from Winnie The Pooh and the Honey Tree), "The Merrily Song", "He's a Tramp", "Step in Time", "When I See an Elephant Fly", and a "You Can Fly" reprise to close the program.
    Note: "He's A Tramp" was removed from the 1993 printing for some reason.

  • Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
    Note: One of the Grand Premiere releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series, a line dedicated to releasing the various cartoon featurettes from Walt Disney Animation Studios (this is the first release listed on The Other Wiki)
    Note: These tapes came in cardboard slipcover cases with full artwork, the Mini Classics logo taking up the front of the tape, the top of the spines, and the top of the sticker label, which has the Sorcerer Mickey logo.
    Note: Each tape in the Mini Classics video line starts with the 1984 white and red F.B.I. warnings, then the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo. The tape then plays the Mini Classics logo, which sees gold outlines tracing the outside of a medieval flag coat-of-arms logo with the corporate Disney signature coming in from the bottom, the letters in "Mini" flashing in, then a large Classics plaque zooming in. When everything lines up, the background of the coat-of-arms flag fills in with a rainbow. The logo shines twice before fading out, and the opening credits to the short follow.
    Note: Each tape ends with a listing for the currently available titles in the Walt Disney Mini Classics line, with the "Glove Dance" music from the Mickey Mouse cartoon Thru the Mirror playing over it. The coat-of-arms flag logo occupies the upper-left hand side of the screen with the words "Collect Them All!" on its right.

  • Mickey And The Beanstalk (1947)
    Note: One of the Grand Premiere releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series, a line dedicated to releasing the various cartoon featurettes from Walt Disney Animation Studios; this one is a reissue, now having Mickey And The Beanstalk in a separate tape from its Fun And Fancy Free counterpart, Bongo; that one wouldn't come for another year.

  • The Reluctant Dragon (1941)
    Note: One of the Grand Premiere releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series, a line dedicated to releasing the various cartoon featurettes from Walt Disney Animation Studios; this is a repackaging from the previous year, and only features the titular cartoon, not the live-action movie that featurette concluded. The full film WAS released on video, but only in The Disney Store, and those copies had Walt Disney and star Robert Benchley on the cover and no Mini Classics logo since it wasn't a short; the film wouldn't be widely available outside The Disney Store until the Walt Disney Treasures series, (it was the only live-action/animation hybrid released on video by this point to not be issued under the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection line; Victory Through Air Power, which was still considered a propaganda film, wasn't put back out between its run in 1943-44 and 2004, when it finally emerged from the vault as part of the Treasures series, and Song of the South, the only other live-action/animation hybrid produced under the Disney name prior to the Masterpiece Collection, has been locked as far in the vault as it could go after a 1986 theatrical reissue and has never been issued on home media in the United States; all the live-action/animation hybrids that saw wide release in stores were put under the Masterpiece Collection).
    Note: The short Moriss the Midget Moose is on this tape, and plays inbetween the Reluctant Dragon and the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing screen that closes the video.

  • Mickey's Magical World (1988)
    Note: One of the Grand Premiere releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series; this is actually a specially-made compilation tape released to celebrate Mickey Mouse's 60th anniversary; this tape ends with The Sorcerer's Apprentice segment from Fantasia, and has no Mini-Classics listing screen.
    Note: This and the 1991 Walt Disney Classics VHS and Laserdisc release of Fantasia are the only two tapes that feature both a Sorcerer Mickey logo (the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo for this, and the 1989 Walt Disney Classics logo for Fantasia) AND the segment it came from, The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Sorcerer Mickey features on this tape's front cover.) This was also billed as a "Commemorative Edition".

  • 410: Cinderella (1950)
    Note: First entry in a few years to have a theatrical trailer in between the F.B.I. warnings and the Classics logo; this trailer is for Oliver & Company, which was released the following month.
    Note: First entry to have a variation of the classic Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo, which starts the same as the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo, but the corporate signature is drawn out in silver; a four-corner diamond then appears in the background as the word Classics in Binner EF font (the same font used in the diamond on the case and tape label) zooms in from the foreground. When everything lines up, a magic comet flies in from the lower-left, goes behind the diamond for a second, then comes back over the upper right of the diamond and passes over it, turning the Disney logo and the Classics logo gold before it flies off the right of the screen. The logo sticks around for a few seconds before fading out; note  on this release, the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo with Cinderella's castle (this one has a bluish tint to the logo) then follows, this being its first appearance as an opener on a Classics title; the demo tape is the last new tape to have the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo,note  but it still has the Walt Disney Pictures logo (this demo tape lacks the Oliver & Company trailer; its program is the 1984 white and red F.B.I. warnings, the "Cheesy Diamond" Classics logo, the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo with the "When You Wish Upon a Star" excerpt, and then the opening credits and the film after them; messages about the video's marketing campaign appear on the WDP logo and during the film's opening scenes).
    Note: First entry to be billed as Walt Disney's Classic on the cover

  • The Wind In The Willows (1949)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series; this came out a month after the other four Grand Premiere releases, and is a reissue of the first half of TAOIAMT.
    Note: Some tapes have a bell jingle like a telephone over the title listing screen at the end of the program; other copies and later printings put the cartoon music from Thru the Mirror back in.

  • 652: Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Special Edition (1988)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: This is not a numbered entry in the Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Mickey And The Seal (1948), Bubble Bee (1949), Mickey's Trailer (1938), and All In A Nutshell (1949).

  • 657: Disney Sing-Along Songs: Very Merry Christmas Songs (1988)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: Obviously, this is a Christmas themed tape; this installment lacks the Disney Sing Along theme and the characters from Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "From All of Us to All of You" as sung by Jiminy Cricket and with Mickey on the piano, "Deck the Halls", "Jingle Bells", "Joy to the World", "Up on the Housetop", "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow", "Sleigh Ride", "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers", "Winter Wonderland", "Here Comes Santa Claus", "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", "Silent Night", and then "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" over the end credits, with a still shot from the beginning of Lady and the Tramp in the background.
    Note: The DVD version from 2002 removed the "From All of Us to All of You" and added several other songs. They are: "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas", "Winnie The Pooh's Jingle Bells", "Toyland" (these songs play before "Deck the Halls"), "Seasons of Giving", "As Long as there's Christmas", "Jingle Bell Rock", "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree", "White Christmas", and "The Best Christmas of All" (these later songs play after "Silent Night" and prior to "We Wish You a Merry Christmas", which still closes the program.
    Note: This Christmas Sing-Along, at least on the VHS, only used animated material from Disney's library; another Christmas Sing-Along Songs video would be made in the future, and that one's live-action.

  • 699: Return to Snowy Rivernote  (1988)

     1989 
  • 942: Bambi (1942)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: First entry to have the most common Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo note 
    Note: This video has a trailer for The Little Mermaid after the F.B.I. warnings but before the Walt Disney Classics logo. Ironically, after it became a great success when it was released the following month, The Little Mermaid would wind up becoming the next installment in The Classics right out of the cinemas, taking a spot that at one point was intended for The Black Cauldron; that movie wouldn't come back until 1998.
    Note: Last entry where all the copies have a Betamax square sticker label, and the last new release to feature "The Original Animated Classic!" tab on the lower right hand corner of the front cover until some copies of Aladdin in 1993 and the Grand Finale release for the Classics series, The Fox And The Hound, in 1994.

  • Ben And Me (1953)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series (this tape's front cover is The Other Wiki's page image).

  • Bongo (1947)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series
    Note: This is the other half of Fun And Fancy Free, following Mickey And The Beanstalk from a year prior.
    Note: The Mini Classics title listing screen at the end of this tape does not have the "Glove Dance" tune from Thru the Mirror over it; the Mini Classics jingle from the series' opening logo plays instead.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Fun with Music (1989)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Fun with Music" from The Mickey Mouse Club, "Why Should I Worry?", "With a Smile and a Song", "Let's All Sing Like The Birdies Sing" (a Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room classic), "All in the Golden Afternoon", "Strolling Through the Park" from the Nifty Nineties cartoon classic, "Boo Boo Boo" note , "The Green with Envy Blues" from Walt's old TV shows, "Good Company", "Blue Danube Waltz", "Old MacDonald Had a Band", "Scales and Arpeggios", and then the "Why Should I Worry" reprise from the end of Oliver & Company to end the tape.
    Note: This is the first appearance of Ludwig von Drake in the Sing-Along series; he replaces Professor Owl for the middle of the tape ("Strolling Through the Park" to "Blue Danuble Waltz"; Owl returns for the last three numbers in the program.
    Note: This is also the first Sing-Along video to show songs from a brand-new Disney Animated Classic; in this case, it was Oliver & Company, which was released in theaters the year prior and the last film in the Disney Animated Canon to go straight to the Disney Vault after leaving theaters; when The Little Mermaid proved to be a giant critical and commercial success, Disney immediately released it on video under The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video for 1990. Oliver itself wouldn't come to video until after its planned theatrical reissue in 1995; it's one of the installments in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection, and that happened 7 years after this tape was released.

  • 766: Mickey & The Gang (1989)
    Note: Volume 11 of the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics sequel series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Boat Builders (1938), Canine Caddy (1941), and Moose Hunters (1937).

  • 767: Nuts About Chip 'n' Dale (1989)
    Note: Volume 12 of the 2nd Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Two Chips And A Miss (1952; this is the only other independent Chip 'n' Dale cartoon, and the female chipmunk in this one is the inspiration for Gadget in Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers, which began airing that year), Food For Feudin (1950), and Trailer Horn (1950).

  • 940: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
    Note: This is a Touchstone Home Video branded release, but this film's significance warrants its inclusion here.
    Note: This specific video of Who Framed Roger Rabbit is the one with the famous split-second shot of Jessica Rabbit apparently Going Commando when she falls out of Bennie the Cab towards the end of the film. This shot was also in the original theatrical release, but the noteworthy case of Getting Crap Past the Radar wasn't fully detected by said radar at Disney until viewers discovered where to pause the video to see this (something that can't really be done in a cinema; this was also easier to do on LaserDisc). Disney didn't discover this until March 1994 when the press reported it, but had the subsequent reissues edited to give Jessica underwear and eventually make her dress longer and fall more graceful; those who wish the see the original Going Commando take will need a VHS or LaserDisc version of the film with a Betamax square sticker label.
    Note: Some copies do have the Touchstone Home Video logo, a few trailers, and the Gold Feature Presentation bumper with the "Great Ovation" jingle prior to the movie; other copies only have the 1984 white and red F.B.I. warning screens prior to the film.

     1990 
  • Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)
    Note: The Roger Rabbit short Tummy Trouble plays prior to the Walt Disney Pictures logo that opens the movie.

  • 913: The Little Mermaid (1989)
    Note: First of the Disney Animated Classics to come straight to video after the end of its original theatrical run; The Little Mermaid was the most critically AND financially successful film from Walt Disney Feature Animation since The Jungle Book, effectively becoming an "instant classic", and Disney elected to release it on home video immediately to build further revenue, popularity, and a franchise.
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: This is billed as A Walt Disney Classic due to being a post-Walt movie; this is the first Classics release since the Grand Premiere title, Robin Hood, and the second Classics release overall, to not have Walt involved in the final version of the movie at all.
    Note: Last new-release tape where some copies had Betamax square sticker labels, and these sticker labels are the first appearance of the A Walt Disney Classic header on the tape in addition to the cover, and the Classics and Disney logos in the diamond are shrunk a la Lady and the Tramp; the majority of copies are the first tape to have rectangular ink labels, and these labels are vertical from right to left, with the Walt Disney Pictures Presents and film title at the top, The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video diamond logo (with normal-size font) in the middle, and the F.B.I warning at the bottom; all future vertical labels through the rest of the Classics flip the positions of the diamond and the title.
    Note: A controversy arose over a potential image of a human penis in Triton's castle on the front cover of this version of the movie; this was rumored to get the cover banned, but unlike the Rescuers examples below, it wasn't noticable enough to convince Disney to go that far; they did change future covers of The Little Mermaid, though.
    Note: This specific version of The Little Mermaid was withdrawn from store shelves and finally awarded its place in the Disney Vault on April 30, 1991.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Under the Sea (1990)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: Released the same day as the next volume, Disneyland Fun, to celebrate the park's 35th anniversary; because of this, a Sleeping Beauty's Castle animation with sparks flying in and forming the number 35 plays after the 1984 F.B.I. warning screens; said 35th anniversary animation is followed by the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo and then the program as normal. These two tapes are the only major tapes to have that celebratory graphic.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Under the Sea", "By the Beautiful Sea", "Never Smile at a Crocodile", "That's What Makes the World Go Round", "Kiss the Girl", "At the Codfish Ball", "Sailing, Sailing/Sailor's Hornpipe", "A Whale of a Tale", "Someone's Waiting for You", and then an "Under the Sea" reprise to end the musical.
    Note: This is the first Sing-Along video to use songs that are NOT from Disney properties; "By the Beautiful Sea", "At the Codfish Ball", and "Sailing Sailing/Sailor's Hornpipe" are either licensed out or in the public domain, with the last of these three being folk songs from the 18th and 19th centuries.
    Note: Ludwig von Drake returns as host for this volume.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Disneyland Fun (1990)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: Released the same day as the previous volume, Under the Sea. Both of these videos have a Sleeping Beauty's Castle animation proclaiming Disneyland's 35th anniversary in between the 1984 white and red F.B.I. warnings and the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo.
    Note: First Sing-Along video to showcase the Disney Theme Parks; all songs are sung by an ensemble in various sections of the Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California while showcasing the park as a whole, and this is a fully live-action video.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Whistle While You Work", "Step in Time", "I'm Walkin' Right Down the Middle of Main Street U.S.A., "Following the Leader", "The Great Outdoors" from the Country Bear Jamboree, "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", "Rumbly in my Tumbly", "It's a Small World", "Making Memories", "Grin Grinning Ghosts", "The Character Parade", and "When you Wish Upon a Star" to end the musical.
    Note: A second version titled Let's Go to Disneyland Paris was released in 1993 when that park opened in France.
    Note: The "Grin Grinning Ghosts" number from this video would later be used on the "Disney Haunted Mansion" Halloween video trilogy in the mid 90's. That trilogy consisted of 6 Disney Afternoon episodes that can be connected to the holiday. This video trilogy is one of the most sought-after Disney video lines due to containing the only other episodes from their respective cartoons to get a VHS release and which have rarely been seen, with one of them holding the Rescue Rangers Ensemble Darkhorse character of Foxglove from the third of those tapes; that episode has not been issued on home media since, meaning ownership of the tape is essential to viewing said episode as of 2016.

  • 960: Peter Pan (1953)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: Unlike The Little Mermaid, this tape had a horizontal ink label with the title on the left and a large The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video diamond on the right; later printings reverse these positions and shrink the diamond to occupy only the lower-left hand corner of the label; vertical labels with the diamond on top, the title in the middle and the F.B.I. warning on the bottom exist.
    Note: First tape to have the Walt Disney's Classic header on ALL copies of the tape itself in addition to the case.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: 1984 white and red F.B.I. warnings, the theatrical teaser trailer for The Rescuers Down Under, which would be released in theaters in a few months, the home video trailer for Disney's brand new, theater-fresh Classic, The Little Mermaid, which was finally sent to the Disney Vault after Christmas, then the 1989 Walt Disney Classics logo, followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo and then the film.
    Note: This specific version of Peter Pan was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on April 30, 1991, the same day The Little Mermaid found its home in there.

  • The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow (1949)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series.
    Note: This is a reissue of the second half of TAOIAMT for the 1990 Halloween season; because of this, this tape ends with 1990's Halloween title listing instead of the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing.

  • 1030: Donald's Scary Tales (1990)
    Note: Volume 13 of the remade Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Donald Duck And The Gorilla (1944), Duck Pimples (1945), and Donald's Lucky Day (1939).
    Note: This tape was part of Disney's 1990 Halloween promotion; because of this, this tape ends with 1990's Halloween title listing instead of the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics title listing.

  • 1031: Halloween Haunts (1990)
    Note: Volume 14 and the Grand Finale release for regular entries in the rebooted Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Pluto's Judgement Day (1935), Lonesome Ghosts (1937), and Trick Or Treat (1952).
    Note: This tape was part of Disney's 1990 Halloween promotion; because of this, this tape ends with 1990's Halloween title listing instead of the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics title listing.
    Note: No new Cartoon Classics tapes would be made for another 2 years.

  • The Small One (1978)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series (The Nostalgia Critic used this video's front cover as part of his retrospective into Don Bluth's work in his Rock-A-Doodle and The Pebble and the Penguin reviews.)
    Note: This was part of Disney's 1990 Christmas season promotion; because of this, this tape and Mickey's Christmas Carol end with 1990's Christmas title listing instead of the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing.

  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series.
    Note: This is a reissue for Disney's 1990 Christmas season promotion; because of this, this tape and The Small One end with 1990's Christmas title listing instead of the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing.

  • Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree, Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day, Winnie The Pooh And Tigger Too, and Winnie The Pooh And A Day For Eeyore. (1966, 1968, 1975, and 1983)
    Note: All now part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics series.
    Note: These are the three shorts that make up the 1977 feature film plus the bonus 1983 short, being repackaged from plain tapes to make their availability more obvious. These were all released the same day.
    Note: Unlike the other three Mini Classics releases from 1990, these were not holiday releases, being released between Christmas and New Year's Eve, so these videos end with the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing screen.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: I Love to Laugh (1990)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Song series.
    Note: Retitled Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious in 1994.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "I Love to Laugh", "Ev'rybody has a Laughing Place", "Bluddle-Uddle-Un-Dum (The Washing Song)", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", "Quack, Quack, Quack, Donald Duck", "Oo-De-Lally", "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf", "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers", "Pink Elephants", and "Jolly Holiday" to end the program.
    Note: Once again, Ludwig von Drake hosts the show.
    Note: No Disney Sing-Along Songs tapes were made in 1991.

     1991 
  • Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (1989)
    ** Double Trouble Note: Contains the episodes "Dale Beside Himself" and "Flash The Wonder Dog".
    ** Crimebusters Note: Contains the episodes "Catteries Not Included" and "Piratsy Under The Sea".
    ** Undercover Critters Note: Contains the episodes "Adventures In Squirrelsitting" and "Three Men And A Booby".
    ** Danger Rangers Note: Contains the episodes "Kiwi's Big Adventure" and "Bearing Up Baby".
    ** Super Sleuths Note: Contains the episodes "Pound Of The Baskervilles" and "Out To Launch".

  • Ducktales The Movie Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (1990)
    Note: The 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo on this tape has an announcer on it, and it segways into home video trailers for The Jungle Book and then The Rescuers Down Under.
    Note: This is the first Disney tape to have the gold Feature Presentation bumper that was being used for Touchstone Home Video releases. It also has a shortened Walt Disney Pictures logo with the castle already assembled and a small remix to the When You Wish Upon A Star jingle.

  • Willie The Operatic Whale (1991)
    Note: One of the Grand Finale releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series.
    Note: This is a compilation tape; the program starts with the The Whale Who Wanted To Sing At The Met finale short from Make Mine Music (1946); second is the short Ferdinand The Bull (1938); third is the short Lambert The Sheepish Lion (1952); the program then concludes, and the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing screen appears before the tape ends.

  • Peter And The Wolf (1991)
    Note: One of the Grand Finale releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series.
    Note: This is a compilation tape; the program starts with the Peter And The Wolf segment from Make Mine Music (1946); it then plays two cartoon classics; the first is the Mickey Mouse short Symphony Hour (1942), then the Silly Symphony Music Land (1935); the tape then plays the Walt Disney Mini Classics title listing before ending.

  • The Prince and the Pauper (1990)
    Note: One of the Grand Finale releases in the Walt Disney Mini Classics series.
    Note: This Mini Classics release was a new film, having been the opening act to The Rescuers Down Under which would join the main Classics line later in the year; in following The Little Mermaid's lead, Disney elected to release this featurette as part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics line.
    Note: Because it was a recent theatrical release, the coat-of-arms flag Mini Classics logo is followed by the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the film starts; the film's end credits are slowed down with an additional Mickey scene before it cut, and there's no WDP logo after the end credits, just the Mini Classics title listing screen.
    Note: The Walt Disney Mini Classics line would remain in play for two more years, reprinting all its releases; it was replaced in some areas in December 1993/January 1994 by the Disney Favorite Stories line. The Favorite Stories series tapes came with mini-comics, and the line's logo is similar to the 90's Disney Sing-Along Songs logo, but after an initial wave of videos that were repackagings of several Mini Classics, the additional releases dwindled down to one or two at the end of the next three years, with the line dying a quiet death soon afterwards, with only two "new" releases (which were already part of the original Cartoon Classics series). Most of the package film featurettes that were part of the Mini Classics and Favorite Stories lines saw the movies they came from get their own releases as entries in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection and the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection after the Mini Classics/Favorite Stories faded from store shelves (the Favorite Stories series retained the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video, but inserted the 1991 green F.B.I. warnings in place of the 1984 warnings and added promos and trailers for other video releases including the last Classics release, The Fox and the Hound, in before the program).

  • 1122: The Jungle Book (1967)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: First release to have the Classics diamond in the lower-left on all horizontal labels.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: 1984 white and red F.B.I. warnings, the teaser trailer for the new Walt Disney Classic, Beauty And The Beast, as hosted by Jeffrey Katzenberg, then a Sorcerer Mickey-less Walt Disney Home Video logo which is followed by the video trailer for The Rescuers Down Under. The 1989 Walt Disney Classics logo then plays, and it's followed by the "Walt Disney Presents" title card that starts the film; a few copies open with the Walt Disney Home Video logo and only contain one trailer and the the gold Feature Presentation logo prior to the Classics logo and the movie, and a few errant 1992 pressings replace the 1984 warnings with the green warnings, but are otherwise identical.

  • 1189: Robin Hood (1973)
    Note: Once again part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: This was released as part of the seven-year release plan and to capitalize on the impending release of Warner Bros.' Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves; the TV ad poked a Take That to Warner by proclaiming that the Disney version was the Robin Hood hit of the summer.
    Note: Updated the cover art from the 84-86 releases to remove the critic reviews from Que Magazine and the Los Angeles Times as well as the The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo from the back and give it more color; it also removed the "Original Animated Classic" tab and added the A Walt Disney Classic header to the front and the tape, which now had a horizontal ink label identical to The Jungle Book
    Note: Contains the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo prior to a Sorcerer Mickey-less Walt Disney Classics logo with an announcer that goes into home video trailers for The Jungle Book and The Rescuers Down Under. Also had the gold-letter Feature Presentation bumper and jingle from Touchstone Pictures videos, then the Sorcerer Mickey-less Walt Disney Classics logo plays again, minus the announcer, before the "Walt Disney Productions Presents" title card that starts the film.
    Note: From this release on, Robin Hood exited the Disney Vault and became a general release title. The printings from 1991-94 remove the Walt Disney Home Video logo, the trailers, and the Feature Presentation bumper, and have only F.B.I. warnings and either the Sorcerer Mickey-less 1989 Walt Disney Classics logo or the 1988 version from Cinderella off-centered to the right prior to the movie

  • Dumbo (1941), Alice in Wonderland (1951), and The Sword in the Stone (1963)
    Note: Reprintings to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dumbo; these reprintings keep earlier covers from 1989, note  but update most of the tapes to horizontal ink labels with the diamond in the lower left; said diamond says Disney's Classics instead of The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video; Dumbo has the Walt Disney's Classic header at the top of its ink label, while the other two say only "Disney" in a different font; almost all copies have replaced the "Cheesy Diamond" logo with the 1989 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo, and Dumbo and Sword In The Stone now have Buena Vista logos between the Classics logos and the opening credits.
    Note: All are again part of the Walt Disney Classics series

  • 1142: The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series (this version's front cover and the front cover of the Classics version of the original Rescuers together make up the page image for these movies on TV Tropes)
    Note: This was a general release title until the end of the Classics in 1994. The early printings had the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo followed by a silent 1989 Walt Disney Classics logo with the diamond already assembled and an announcer, which then played The Jungle Book trailer. This was followed by the gold Feature Presentation bumper and then the full 1989 Classics logo with the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo and movie afterwards; the later pressings removed the 1986 home video logo, the trailer, and the Feature Presentation bumper and opened with either the 89 or 88 off-centered Classics logo much like Robin Hood and then the 1990 Pictures logo.
    Note: This came to home video before the original Rescuers due to its original theatrical release being a year prior and Disney following the lead of The Little Mermaid.
    Note: This is the only Walt Disney Classics release to have zero musical numbers in it either from the characters or a background singer (unless you count Wilbur the Albatross dancing and singing to Rockabilly when he first appears onscreen in the movie to fly Bernard and Bianca to Australia and/or Big Bad McLeach singing a Nightmare Fuel version of "Home On The Range"), and one of only two Disney Animated Classics of the 20th century to have no vocal performances (the other is The Black Cauldron; the very end of Fantasia has a church choir and then a vocalist singing "Ave Maria" prior to that film's finale number and the film itself concluding and going to the credits, meaning Fantasia does have singing.)
    Note: Last new release to have The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo on the tape label until the Grand Finale release in the line, The Fox And The Hound, in 1994; all Classics releases between now and then except The Great Mouse Detective have the regular Walt Disney Home Video logo on the label.

  • Simply Mad About The Mouse (1991)
    Note: Released with the Buena Vista Home Video logo (which is a blue Cinderella's Castle) rather than the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo.
    Note: This tape/laserdisc and the album that was released alongside it consisted of contemporary covers of various Disney musical classics by pop artists such as Billy Joel, Harry Connick Jr., Bobby McFerrin, and Michael Bolton. This tape is somewhat hard to come by, and is one of the last tapes to have the full 1984 white and red F.B.I. warning screens at the beginning of the tape (Disney would phase that out for a green version of the 1986 F.B.I. warnings that were on the Cartoon Classics bridge tapes and the Classics Sleeping Beauty VHS (that warning was already appearing on other tapes released at this time.)

  • 1132: Fantasia (1940)
    Note: The original tape to be billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece (in the Fantasia logo font) due to it being the top contender for Walt's personal Magnum Opus as well as a unique film in itself.
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series, though it's only made clear because the tape starts with the 1989 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo prior to the film (alongside a silent 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo) and because it was billed as Walt Disney's Classic in its 1990 theatrical reissue; this is the last release where all the copies have the 1989 version of the logo; the Classics diamond is otherwise absent from the label and clamshell, though a diamond profile of Sorcerer Mickey is on the spine
    Note: The final new tape to carry the 1984 white and red F.B.I. warning screens, which are shortened; the longest tape in the Classics line due to Fantasia being the longest Disney Animated Classic (the tape is exactly 2 hours long, tops, which is the average live-action movie length from the late 80's on).
    Note: This is the only package film to be released in the Walt Disney Classics line and the only Walt Disney Classics title to feature extended live-action sequences (the introduction to the film and each number in the program.)
    Note: First release to come in a black clamshell since the 1986 release of The Sword In The Stone (though not the 80's kind); some copies have a gold sticker label, and these copies were most commonly found with the collector's package that included the documentary tape and the soundtrack CDs.
    Note: The aforementioned documentary, Fantasia: The Making Of A Masterpiece, is one of only two titles note  outside the official Classics line to open with a Walt Disney Classics logo (it has the 1988 version from Cinderella; it and Cinderella are the only two tapes where that logo was used intentionally; Robin Hood and Rescuers Down Under have it by accident; no word on whether it was intentionally used on the Rescuers and Beauty And The Beast demo tapes); the program can only be viewed on this tape as of 2015
    Note: Was not in stores for long; had a 50-day street period, during which it became the highest selling VHS and Laserdisc of all time at that point, partly due to marketing not only to families, but music lovers and collectors in general; coincidentally, Beauty and the Beast premiered that same month
    Note: The Classics version of Fantasia is the ONLY wide release of the film on VHS, which used the 50th anniversary "Roadshow" version note ; the Classics is also the only time that version was released on a home media format (the "Roadshow" version has not been released on DVD, Blu-ray, or digital, meaning ownership of a VHS or Laserdisc player and the VHS or Laserdisc itself is a must if one wishes to view this version of the film), the only time Fantasia was released under a specialty brand, and the last remaining trace of Deems Taylor's original voice due to the loss of Taylor's voice recordings (the later versions had him dubbed over by Corey Burton).
    Note: Like Lady And The Tramp, the release of this tape got Disney sued for a short time; the plaintiff this time was the Philadelphia Orchestra, who was the orchestra in the film.
    Note: The TV commercials for Fantasia make the first appearance of the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo which would be used for live-action films from 1992 to 1996, and as the primary logo from 1996 to 2001.
    Note: This is the only other VHS/Laserdisc besides the Mickey's Magical World Walt Disney Mini Classics tape to contain the Sorcerer's Apprentice mini classic and the Sorcerer Mickey logo that came from it (this one, as mentioned above, has the 1989 Sorcerer Mickey Classics logo while the doc tape contains the 1988 prototype Sorcerer Mickey Classics logo).

     1992 
  • The Rocketeer (1991)

  • 1263: 101 Dalmatians (1961)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series (this version's front cover is the Page Image for the movie on TV Tropes), and the last new release of a film made under Walt in the line; the next film made under Walt to be released, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, would be the premiere title in the Masterpiece Collection. All remaining Classics releases outside of a Pinocchio reissue are post-Walt films.
    Note: First installment to have the late 1991 green F.B.I. warning screens similar to the 1986 version from Sleeping Beauty; first of a long series of tapes to have the lilac-blue cursive handwritten Feature Presentation bumper (ironically, the ''Masterpiece'' version of ''Dalmatians'' in 1999 would be one of the last tapes to carry this bumper.); first of two tapes to have the early 1992 Walt Disney Classics logo which lightens the colors to make it brighter and more blue and have it fade out faster; this version has the Classics jingle fade out gradually with the logo; the early printings are the last tapes in the line to feature the 1989 version of the logo, and those copies have no trailers.
    Note: This and Beauty And The Beast has a lilac-blue cursive handwritten bumper after the green F.B.I. warnings that reads "Coming Only To Theatres this 1992 Holiday Season", which is followed by the theatrical trailer for Aladdin; this version is silent; the trailer is followed by the Feature Presentation screen, Classics logo, WDP logo, and the movie.
    Note: The end of the movie on tapes containing trailers have an extended alternate version of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo jingle over the movie's custom-made Buena Vista logo and prior to the closing trailers of The Great Mouse Detective, the next Classics release, and Beauty And The Beast.
    Note: The ink label on the tape has the Walt Disney's Classic bumper squeezed in between the left edge of the label and the film title.
    Note: On Laserdisc, all new Classics titles from here on out (this includes the upcoming reissue of Pinocchio) will have the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo instead of the Classics logo.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Be Our Guest (1992)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Be Our Guest", "A Spoonful of Sugar", "Little Wooden Head", "Bella Notte", "Heffalumps and Woozles" from Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day, "Beauty And The Beast", "The World's Greatest Criminal Mind", "Chim Chim Cher-ee", "Once Upon a Dream", and a "Be Our Guest" reprise to close the program.
    Note: "The World's Greatest Criminal Mind" had the mention of Big Bad Professor Ratigan drowning widows and orphans removed. In addition, the Nightmare Fuel scene with Bartholomew getting thrown out and eaten by Felicia the Cat (which happened offscreen) after he calls Ratigan "a rat" by accident also was edited out of the Sing-Along version both to keep the number non-morbid and so the song would go from the second chorus to the third chorus uninterrupted and make programming smoother.

  • 1410: Walt Disney Cartoon Classics Special Edition: Fun On The Job! (1992)
    Note: One of the Grand Finale Cartoon Classics entries after two years; they now had green F.B.I. warnings and Goofy replacing Mickey in the diamond on the cover and intro logo.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Clock Cleaners (1937), Baggage Buster (1941), Mickey's Fire Brigade (1935), and on some copies, The Big Wash (1948); this marked The Big Wash's VHS debut, while the others had already appeared in the earlier Cartoon Classics series.
    Note: This tape attracted a lot of controversy when it was pulled from Walmart locations due to an alleged use of the F word by Donald Duck in Clock Cleaners (he actually shouts either "Says you!" or "Says who?" depending on the source). As a result, all reissues of the cartoon have been edited.

  • 1411: Walt Disney Cartoon Classics Special Edition: The Goofy World Of Sports (1992)
    Note: One of the Grand Finale Cartoon Classics entries after two years; they now had green F.B.I. warnings and Goofy replacing Mickey in the diamond on the cover and intro logo.
    Note: Contains the cartoons The Olympic Champ (1942), Donald's Golf Game (1938), The Art Of Skiing (1941), and Aquamania (1961; this was the last cartoon short made during Walt's life).

  • 1413: Walt Disney Cartoon Classics Special Edition: Happy Summer Days (1992)
    Note: One of the Grand Finale Cartoon Classics entries after two years; they now had green F.B.I. warnings and Goofy replacing Mickey in the diamond on the cover and intro logo.
    Note: Contains the cartoons Father's Lion (1952), Tea For Two Hundred (1948), The Simple Things (1953; this was Mickey's last solo cartoon under Walt), and Two Weeks Vacation (1952).
    Note: The second Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series would remain in print for a few more years; it's unknown when the video series was finally discontinued, but it would eventually be replaced with the Walt Disney's Classic Cartoon Favorites series on DVD, which used similar packaging.

  • 1360: The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series (again, this version's front cover is the Page Image for the movie on TV Tropes)
    Note: The second of two tapes to have the early 1992 Walt Disney Classics logo; the music fades out abruptly on this version; first tape to feature a smoother 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo.
    Note: The spine only has The Classics black diamond due to the movie's title being too large and taking up the room needed for the Walt Disney Home Video logo; the WDHV logo is also not on the tape label; and some tape labels have the title moved FAR to the right, leaving a lot of blank space on the left.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: 1991 green F.B.I. warnings, the theatrical trailer for Aladdin, which doesn't have the bumper before it, the lilac-blue cursive Feature Presentation bumper, the Classics logo, the WDP logo, the movie, and after the film, a silent Walt Disney Pictures logo, then a home video trailer for the next Walt Disney Classics release, the original Rescuers, then the same home video trailer for Beauty And The Beast that was on the 101 Dalmatians video, then the tape concludes.

  • 1399: The Rescuers (1977)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series (this version's front cover is part of the Page Image for the two Rescuers movies on TV Tropes)
    Note: As mentioned above, this came second due to Down Under following its release in theaters; unlike that movie, this went back in the vault at the beginning of 1993.
    Note: Features a rare dark navy-blue Feature Presentation bumper that is otherwise identical to the lilac-blue bumper.
    Note: First tape to feature the last American version of the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo; this version is identical to the earlier 1992 version, but the Classics jingle is muffled and distorted to create a new sound effect thanks to a video processing error (most noticable when the comet turns the letters gold; there is a beat like a drum when this happens); this version of the jingle would be used on a few Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection tape copies, and it became part of the Walt Disney Company theme in 1999, replacing the updated Masterpiece Collection version of the jingle; the demo tape contains the 1988 Classics logo from Cinderella.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: 1991 green F.B.I. warnings, the home video trailer for Beauty And The Beast, the home video trailer for The Great Mouse Detective, which has the 1992 Walt Disney Classics logo in front of it and is similar to the So Dear To My Heart example above, the Feature Presentation bumper, the Classics logo, the Buena Vista logo, and the movie, then the tape ends; this is the only 1992 Classics release to have neither the Aladdin trailer or trailers after the movie.
    Note: This version and early copies of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection version have an infamous shot of a naked woman in a window in one of the flying scenes with Bernard and Bianca. It wasn't noticed here, but it would be caught on the Masterpiece Collection, and Disney edited the scene for future releases to zoom in on Bianca and Bernard.

  • 1325: Beauty and the Beast (1991)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series
    Note: Replaced Fantasia as the highest selling VHS in history for the next year until Aladdin.
    Note: Some copies have a reissue trailer for Pinocchio either before or after the movie.
    Note: This and 101 Dalmatians has a lilac-blue cursive handwritten bumper after the green F.B.I. warnings, which were shortened, that reads "Coming Only To Theatres this 1992 Holiday Season", which is followed by the theatrical trailer for Aladdin; this one has a jingle that was only used on this video. Another lilac-blue cursive handwritten bumper that reads "Special Previews After Our Feature From Walt Disney Home Video note  appears prior to the lilac-blue cursive handwritten Feature Presentation bumper; distorted 1992 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo, 1990 smooth Walt Disney Pictures logo, and the movie; this bumper has the same jingle.
    Note: Prior to the "Special Previews" bumper and the Classics logo is a theatrical reissue trailer for Sleeping Beauty; the trailer advertises it for the following spring, but for whatever reason, the theatrical reissue was canceled; Sleeping Beauty wouldn't be available again until its Masterpiece version in 1997.
    Note: Following the movie's end credits and silent 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo is either one or two home video trailers for two other Classics releases; if the Pinocchio trailer is on the tape, but was not seen prior to the movie, it will appear here (it's a different trailer from the starting Pinocchio, being nearly identical to the Pinocchio trailer on the Aladdin VHS note ); regardless of Pinocchio being on the tape or not, the tape then has a home video preview for 101 Dalmatians note , the first of the Classics titles released that year, before the video ends note 
    Note: The demo tape's opening is identical to The Rescuers (1991 green F.B.I. warning screens, 1988 Walt Disney Classics logo with unaltered music, the similarities end with the Walt Disney Pictures logo and then the film; no previews are on this tape.
    Note: Much like Fantasia, this has a unique version of the movie; the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics VHS and Laserdisc release of Beauty And The Beast is the only release prior to the Diamond Edition Blu-Ray in 2010 to use the theatrical cut; the "Special Edition"/Platinum Edition/digital Diamond Edition versions have a cut of the movie that reinserts the "Human Again" musical number, which was removed from the theatrical cut on Jeffrey Katzenberg's orders (he was unimpressed with the number effectively being a Big Lipped Alligator Moment), and they also lightened the colors, which makes the Beast visible before his reveal to Belle; ownership of the ''Classics'' VHS of ''BATB'' or the ''Diamond Edition'' Blu-ray is required to view the 1991 theatrical cut, and the VHS/Laserdisc and 3D Blu-ray must be owned and played in order to view the version of the film with the original color scheme..
    Note: Some copies come in a black clamshell a la Fantasia.
    Note: All four Classics titles from 1992 (Dalmatians, The Great Mouse Detective, The Rescuers, and Beauty And The Beast), had gone on to the vault by the time Pinocchio was reissued in 1993, and Beauty And The Beast wouldn't leave it again until it became the second Platinum Edition in 2002 (the others were held on the seven-year plan and reissued in 1999.)

     1993 

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Let's Go to Disneyland Paris! (1993)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: This is mostly a repackaging of the Disneyland Fun video, made to celebrate Disneyland Paris's grand opening. The playlist for this video is nearly identical to the 1990 video, but several songs have been rearranged or replaced.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Whistle While You Work", "Step in Time", "I'm Walkin' Right Down the Middle of Main Street U.S.A., "Following the Leader", "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" (which is moved up one number from its original position in line), "How D'Ye Do and Shake Hands" (which took "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" original spot in the program and replaced "The Great Outdoors", which is not on this video), "The Unbirthday Song", "Rumbly in my Tummy" (moved down one number), "Pecos Bill" (replaces "Making Memories", which was removed from this video), "It's a Small World" (moved down several spots from its original position), "Grin Grinning Ghosts", "The Character Parade", and "When You Wish Upon a Star" to close the program (the last three are in their original positions.)
    Note: In addition to the reediting of the Disneyland Fun video, several additional characters such as Jasmine, Belle, Jafar, Ariel, and others from the Disney Renaissance/Eisner/Wells/Katzenberg/Roy E years were used in this video; the only Eisner/Wells/Katzenberg/Roy E. character in the original tape was Roger Rabbit.
  • 239: Pinocchio (1940)
    Note: A reprinting of the film following its return to the vault seven years prior.
    Note: Billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece due to it being the other contender for Walt's Magnum Opus as well as testing the waters for the introduction of the Masterpiece Collection the next year.
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series, though, like Fantasia, it was only made clear due to containing the 1992 distorted Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo and because it had been released as a Classics title previously (the ads on Aladdin and Beauty And The Beast also bill it as Walt Disney's Classic); the logo is otherwise absent from the sales tape (the demo tape has the Walt Disney's Masterpiece header on the front, but the spine contains the standard The Classics diamond and Walt Disney Home Video logos). This video release also brings back the tab in the lower-right hand corner of the front cover, but this one reads, "Restored To Its Original Brilliance!" to hint at the digital restoration this tape got compared to the earlier "Cheesy Diamond" copies. Disney would take this concept for all Masterpiece Collection tapes that were reissues.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: 1991 green F.B.I. warnings, the theatrical trailer for Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, the home video trailer for Aladdin, the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation bumper, the Classics logo, the Buena Vista logo, which replaced the RKO Radio Pictures logo, then the film.
    Note: A commercial on Aladdin claimed this was the last time in the 20th century that Pinocchio could be owned; it would return to video a few months early in 1999.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Friend Like Me (1993)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: This is the first installment in the Sing-Along series to have Jiminy Cricket host the program; he appears immediately, without an introduction from Professor Owl.
    Note: This tape's original incarnation had a remix of the Sing-Along jingle that included "Friend Like Me".
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Friend Like Me", "Best of Friends", "Something There", "How Do You Do?" (this is the first song heard on Splash Mountain after the ride's first drop, at which point passengers then enter the inside of the mountain where this is playing.), "Friendship" as performed by Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, "In Harmony" (this is from The Little Mermaid TV series in an episode with the Evil Manta), "Let's Get Together", "That's What Friends Are For", "A Whole New World", and a "Friend Like Me" reprise to close the program.

  • 1662: Aladdin (1992)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Classics series.
    Note: First release since Bambi to have "The Original Animated Classic!" tab in the lower-right hand corner of the front cover on some copies.
    Note: Highest selling of the Classics titles due in part to being the semifinal release in the line; this film and Pinocchio were put in the vault by the time the final Classics film, The Fox And The Hound, came out (if not, they were off the shop circuit by the time Snow White and the Masterpiece Collection began distribution). Aladdin wouldn't be available again until 2004, making it the final title from the Walt Disney Classics series to return from the vault to date.
    Note: Starts with the 1991 green F.B.I. warnings and the teaser trailer for The Lion King. Also contains a home video trailer for Pinocchio prior to the lilac-blue cursive handwritten Feature Presentation bumper and 1992 distorted Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo that precede the film; the trailer boasted it was the last chance before 2000 to own Pinocchio on video, but it found its way back in 1999.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: The Twelve Days of Christmas (1993)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: This is the first Christmas Sing-Along video since 1988; unlike the previous one, this is all live-action with Disney characters in costume interacting with live people; this video does not feature Professor Owl, Ludwig, or the Sing-Along jingle in any way, meaning the only thing it really has in common with them is the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo (this is live-action, and the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo was being used for strictly live-action programs at this point, but this is not one of those videos.)
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Very Merry Christmas", "Deck the Halls", "Dear Santa", "Jingle Bells", "Snow Ho Ho", "Hip Hop Noel", "He Delivers", "The Twelve Days of Christmas", "I'd Like to Have an Elephant for Christmas", "Here Comes Santa", and "O Christmas Tree/We Wish You a Merry Christmas" to conclude the show.

     1994 

  • Mickey's Fun Songs/Disney Sing-Along Songs: Campout at Walt Disney World (1994)
    Note: Originally released as part of a trilogy called Mickey's Fun Songs as created by Peter Montgomery, it was repackaged in the Disney Sing-Along Songs series a few years later.
    Note: This is a live-action "camping" video with Disney characters and children singing.
    Note: The songs in this video are: "Let's Go", "Comin' Round the Mountain", "The Bare Necessities", "The Caissons Go Rolling Around", "The Happy Wanderer", "Oh! Susanna", "Camptown Races", "By the Beautiful Sea", "Don't Fence Me In", "Turkey in the Straw", "Talent Roundup", "Jeepers Creepers", "Mountain Greenery", "Take Me Home, Country Roads", and "If You're Happy and You Know It".

  • Mickey's Fun Songs/Disney Sing-Along Songs: Let's Go To The Circus! (1994)
    Note: Originally released as part of a trilogy called Mickey's Fun Songs as created by Peter Montgomery, it was repackaged in the Disney Sing-Along Songs series a few years later.
    Note: This is a live-action video at the circus, and the only live-action Sing-Along video to not take place in a Disney Theme Park.
    Note: The songs in this video are: "Let's Go", "Rainbow World", "The Circus on Parade", "Upside Down", "Aba Daba Honeymoon", "I Wan'na Be Like You", "The Man on the Flying Trapeze", "Over and Over Again", "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines", "Make 'Em Laugh", "The Bells", "Animal Calypso", "Jump Rope", "Be a Clown", and "Join the Circus".

  • Love Tales (1994)
    Note: A Valentine's Day cartoon compilation.

  • 2041: The Fox and the Hound (1981)
    Note: The Grand Finale release in the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics series; due to this, the A Walt Disney Classic header on the front cover is larger than normal, all copies have "The Original Animated Classic!" tab, and it's the first new release since The Rescuers Down Under to have The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video diamond logo on the tape label; the size and position of the Classics diamond and film title is mirrored from the 1990 Peter Pan video; the diamond is large and on the left, and, like Lady And The Tramp and The Little Mermaid, the Classics and Disney logos are shrunknote .
    Note: Early copies only have the trailer for The Lion King between the F.B.I. warnings and the lilac-blue cursive handwritten Feature Presentation bumper, Sorcerer Mickey distorted Walt Disney Classics logo, and the film's Buena Vista logo that play prior to the movie; later copies add the trailer for The Return of Jafar inbetween the Lion King trailer and the Feature Presentation bumper and Classics logo; the demo tape opens with a The Fox And The Hound trailer, but plays the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo prior to the film.
    Note: One month after this tape's release, Frank Wells was killed in a helicopter crash, which removed the mediator in Disney and began the disintegration of the relationship between survivors Michael Eisner, Roy E. Disney and Jeffrey Katzenberg; The Lion King's premiere, Katzenberg's Rage Quit resignation and his cofounding of new rival Dreamworks Animation would take place between the Classics release of The Fox And The Hound and the Masterpiece release of Snow White; the Classics line would remain in operation through all this until Snow White, and some other parts of the world such as Japan and the U.K. kept their Classics lines active (the U.K. never had the black diamond until 2003; their tapes opened with the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo, then a "Disney Videos" logo, then the 2001 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo; Japan DID have the diamond, which was used alongside the Masterpiece emblem.
    Note: While the other general release titles were put in the Masterpiece Collection when Snow White premiered, The Fox And The Hound kept its Classics packaging past Snow White's release and into 1995 and possibly 1996; The Walt Disney Classics came to an end in America when it finally returned to the vault. Five Classics releases, The Rescuers Down Under, Fantasia, Pinocchio, The Great Mouse Detective, and this film, wouldn't be available for home media again until 2000 rolled in and were not repackaged under the Masterpiece Collection, and the two best-selling Classics films, Beauty And The Beast and Aladdin, which were "instant classic" releases, would not be available again until the Walt Disney Platinum Edition series in 2002 and 2004 (and the original dark theatrical cut of the former would not be released again until the 3D Blu-ray, which included a reissue of the 2D Platinum Edition, in 2010; the regular Blu-ray does not have the original color scheme, meaning the Classics tape is still the only non-3D method of watching the dark theatrical cut), and the roadshow version of Fantasia has remained exclusive to the Walt Disney Classics series altogether as of 2015.

  • 2237 Aladdin: The Return of Jafar (1994)
    Note: A Direct-to-Video release; after the trailers and lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation bumper, it plays the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo. Then the special starts with "Walt Disney Home Video Presents".
    Note: This is the first of the long series of Disney Animated Classic sequels that was released Direct-to-Video and cable; this one is a sequel to Aladdin. This is the only one of the DTV sequels to be released during Katzenberg's tenure at Disney (it was originally slated to be a three-episode pilot for the Aladdin TV series before Eisner ordered it recut as a TV movie) as well as the only one to have the Sorcerer Mickey logo rather than the Gold or Walt Disney Home Entertainment logos, and none of these sequels are considered part of the main canon; John Lasseter halted these sequels in 2006 after he and a handful of Disney fans and vets felt they had fallen victim to Sequelitis.
    Note: A trailer for the debut Masterpiece Collection title, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, is on this tape; it and the intro in the later tape also use Disney's Timeless Classic, which was also on the back of the 1982 VHS of Dumbo.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: the 1991 green F.B.I. warnings, the theatrical trailer for The Lion King, the home video trailer for Walt Disney's Masterpiece, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, the Feature Presentation bumper, the 1986 Home Video logo, then the program.

  • 1524: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
    Note: The Grand Premiere title in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series
    Note: When this video was released, all the still available Classics titles outside of four specific films, the four animation/live-action hybrids So Dear To My Heart, Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Pete's Dragonnote , and the Animated Classic The Three Caballeros were converted into the Masterpiece Collection with new printings; those tapes simply had their older front covers shrunk into the Masterpiece emblem note  .
    Note: The clamshells were changed at this point; the spines on each release in the Masterpiece Collection consisted of a condensed Masterpiece emblem at the top (with Cinderella's castle), the film title in the middle, then a profile of a major character note  at the bottom, above the stock number, all of which were usually against a magenta background; the limited issue tapes and a few general release tapes have the front with Walt Disney's/A Walt Disney/Disney's Masterpiece on the front note  while most general release tapes and Melody Time have the full Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection emblem on the top and an advertisement emblem on the back; these general release tapes also featured the Masterpiece Collection logo on the tape itself, either on the left where the Classics diamond was on 1991 releases, or above the film title.
    Note: Features an introduction from Roy E. Disney prior to the movie note ; this is the first video since Fantasia and the early copies of 101 Dalmatians to have no trailers, and the last one until Fantasia 2000, which also has an intro from Roy.
    Note: Copies of this tape and the other Masterpiece Collection tapes printed before Jeffrey Katzenberg's acrimonious firing from Disney on August 24, 1994 have the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo in between the Roy E. Disney intro and the 1990 smooth Walt Disney Pictures logo and film; tapes printed after Katzenberg's departure note replace the Sorcerer Mickey logo with the primary Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo with Tinker Bell and the remix of the Walt Disney Classics jingle.
    Note: The Masterpiece Collection logo started with the corporate Disney signature drawn out in bronze-gold on an arc, while bronze-gold "Masterpiece" and then "Collection" would zoom in; upon the letters almost lining up, Tinker Bell from Peter Pan would fly out of the middle of the screen, turn, and wave her wand to create a magenta back plaque with a gold border and a silvery Cinderella's Castle between "Masterpiece" and "Collection"; Tinker Bell would then fly off the left side of the screen, and the logo would flash once; the general release Masterpiece titles had this logo after the F.B.I. warnings rather than before the movienote , and a few general release copies circa 1996 replace the Masterpiece jingle with the 1992 distorted Walt Disney Classics jingle; the logo would flash twice in this scenario.
    Note: Snow White was the last single-story Disney Animated Masterpiece made under Walt's supervision to reach VHS, and the only one of the single-story classics made under him to not make it into the Classics line since that series was discontinued prior to this tape.
    Note: The early Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection tapes of movies from Dumbo to Alice in Wonderland retained the Buena Vista logo; circa 1996/1997, newer masters restored these films' original RKO Radio Pictures logos (Alice in Wonderland restored its own RKO logo from its very first Masterpiece release) after 45 years, which have been on these movies since.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Circle of Life (1994)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: Hosted by Jiminy Cricket.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Circle of Life", "Part of Your World", "Prince Ali", "I Just Can't Wait to Be King", "Belle", "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat", and "When You Wish Upon a Star" to end the video.

  • La bella y la bestia (1991)
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish, retains the Spanish dub's credits
    Note: As with all Spanish-language Classics releases in 1994, the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo appears instead of the Classics logo.
    Note: First Spanish-language release for the United States since 1985.

  • Alicia en el país de las maravillas (1951)
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish, uses the original English-language credits

  • Pinocho (1940)
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish

  • La espada en la piedra
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish

     1995 

  • Mickey Loves Minnie (1995)
    Note: A Valentine's Day cartoon compilation.

  • 2977: The Lion King (1994)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series
    Note: The Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo is not in this tape's program; it only has the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation bumper prior to the green film format screen (this being its first appearance in a new release video) and the actual movie; the Tinker Bell Masterpiece Collection is on the Laserdisc; all Masterpiece Laserdisc releases will have the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo no matter what.
    Note: This broke the sales records of Aladdin and Snow White and became the highest selling VHS of all time after becoming one of the highest grossing films of all time note ; it's the highest selling title in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series; sadly, Disney would stop breaking sales records for VHS tapes after this one (some of the later tapes still sold very well because of a larger audience with VCRs by that point, though.)
    Note: This is the first Disney Animated Masterpiece made completely without Walt's involvement to premiere in the Masterpiece Collection.

  • Mickey's Fun Songs/Disney Sing-Along Songs: Beach Party at Walt Disney World (1995)
    Note: The third installment in the Mickey's Fun Songs trilogy, it was repackaged as a Sing-Along title at some point.
    Note: Again, this is all live-action.
    Note: The songs on this video are: "Let's Go", "Celebration", "Set Your Name Free", "Surfin' Safari", "Three Little Fishes", "A Pirate's Life", "Part of Your World", "Hot, hot, hot", "The Hukilau Song", "Pearly Shells", "Limbo Rock", and "Slicin' Sand".

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Colors of the Wind (1995)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: Hosted by Ludwig Von Drake; this is his final appearance in the Sing-Along series.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Just Around the Riverbend", "Cinderella Work Song", "Why Should I Worry?", "Little Wooden Head", "Can You Feel The Love Tonight", "Higitus Figitus", and then the titular "Colors of the Wind" song as this video's Grand Finale.

  • A Goofy Movie (1995)
    Note: This is the first animated Disney video to feature the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo, which up until now was only used on live-action, in place of the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo. This one was against a gradient blue background. With this release, the Sorcerer Mickey logo became a secondary logo that was mainly used on the Sing-Along series, most videos of late 80's/early 90's Disney Afternoon program tapes, and reprints and cartoon compilations such as the few remaining Disney Favorite Stories tapes yet to be released; both logos would be used on the same tapes in 2000.
    Note: The end of the previews on this tape have a music video called Doctor Looney's Remedy; this music video is followed by the lilac-blue cursive Feature Presentation logo, green film format screen, and the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo and the movie.

  • 5265: Cinderella (1950)
    Note: Reissue on the seven year plan, now updated as Walt Disney's Masterpiece.
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series
    Note: Some copies of the Masterpiece Collection version of Cinderella have clamshells that do NOT contain the Masterpiece edition of the movie, but instead have the original 1988 Walt Disney Classics VHS which is identical to the 1988 release (1984 F.B.I. warnings, the theatrical trailer for Oliver & Company, which would ironically be reissued in theaters in 1995, the 1988 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo, 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo with a blue tint, and no Buena Vista logo before the movie); the Masterpiece version starts with the green F.B.I. warnings, has a series of ads and trailers, then plays the lilac-blue cursive handwritten Feature Presentation bumper, the primary Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo with Tinker Bell and Cinderella's Castle, the 1990 smooth Walt Disney Pictures logo, a Buena Vista logo, then the film's opening credits.)
  • Blancanieves y los siete enanos
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish

  • Aladín (1992)
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish
    Note: Despite being a Classics release, the Diamond is nowhere to be found on the packaging, and the Masterpiece logo appears at the start of the program.

  • Los tres caballeros (1944)
    Note: Dubbed in Spanish, uses the original English-language credits
    Note: Unlike its English-language counterpart, which restores the RKO Radio Pictures in-credit logo, this release still uses the Buena Vista logo.

     1996 

  • Sweetheart Stories (1996)
    Note: A Valentine's Day cartoon compilation.

  • 5741: Pocahontas (1995)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series
    Note: The very early copies of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection VHS of Pocahontas have actually replaced the Tinker Bell Masterpiece Collection logo before the movie with the Walt Disney Classics logo (in this case, it's the 1989 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo, which was last used on Fantasia and 101 Dalmatians); this is the last appearance of the Classics logo in the United States to date; the other copies fix this by removing the Classics logo and reinserting the Tinker Bell Masterpiece Collection logo in after the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation bumper but before the green film format screen and the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo that has the opening notes to the first musical number of the film.
    Note: This tape's program is as follows: 1991 green F.B.I. warning screens, an advertisement for Walt Disney World, the teaser trailer for The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, a home video trailer for The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh, another home video trailer for The Aristocats, a trailer for Aladdin And The King of Thieves, a promo for the Masterpiece Collection, a Pocahontas "Animated Storybook" CD-ROM commercial, the lilac-blue cursive Feature Presentation logo, either the primary Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo or the 1989 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics logo, the green film format screen, the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo with the opening drumbeats to "The Virginia Company", and then the movie.

  • 7074: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years; now billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece, but not in the corporate font.
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: A compilation of the first three Pooh shorts: The Honey Tree (1966), The Blustery Day (1968), And Tigger Too! (1975)

  • 2529: The Aristocats (1970)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: The last of the pre-1984 "Untouchables" outside the package films that was released on home video, and the last single-story film that Walt had input in (he greenlighted the film's production just before he died) to reach home video.
    Note: This is one of the first tapes to feature the "Walt Disney Company" intro which is a slideshow of the Disney programs and theme parks. The background music to this starts with the Walt Disney Pictures' "When You Wish Upon A Star" excerpt, which segways into the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection jingle; when the Masterpiece Collection line entered lame-duck status in late 1999, the Masterpiece Collection jingle was taken out of the intro, which still had the Walt Disney Pictures jingle but that now segwayed into the distorted and muffled 1992 Walt Disney Classics jingle instead; this intro was retired altogether in 2001.
    Note: The Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo has an announcer over it saying, "And now our Feature Presentation".

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Topsy Turvy (1996)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Topsy Turvy", "You've Got A Friend in Me", "Stand by Me" (a Timon and Pumbaa music video), "Streets of Gold", "The Dwarfs' Yodel Song", "Out There", "Family", "The Unbirthday Song", and a "Topsy Turvy" reprise to close the program.
    Note: There are no hosts on this episode of the Sing-Along series.
    Note: The titular tune, "Topsy Turvy", got edited to remove the reference to The Devil; that lyric was rewritten as "Good is bad and best is worst and west is east. On the day, we think the most of those with least." It ALSO removed Esmeralda's famous pole dancing scene halfway through the song to hide any lecherous ideas that part of the film had on the Sing-Along series, which was mostly geared towards a much younger audience; like the "World's Greatest Criminal Mind" example from the 1992 Be Our Guest Sing-Along video, this also meant the song proceeded from chorus to chorus without any interruptions. "Out There" also had the opening lyrics with Frollo removed; it starts with the lyrics right after Frollo leaves.\\

  • 7897: Oliver & Company (1988)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: The last of the movies that started production on Katzenberg's watch to reach video; it was previously the last movie to go on to the vault after its original theatrical run ended since The Little Mermaid's success led Disney to put it under the Classics video branding immediately.
    Note: The Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo has an announcer over it saying, "And now our Feature Presentation".

  • Toy Story (1995)
    Note: Despite this film's success with critics and audiences, it wasn't included in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection; it was a standalone release and one of the first animated videos to carry the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo instead of the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo; the Home Video logo plays in between the lilac-blue cursive Feature Presentation bumper and the movie.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Pongo And Perdita (1996)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah", "Following the Leader" (this uses the Disneyland Fun recording), "Do Your Ears Hang Low?", "(Going to) The Bow-Wow Ball", "Hokey Puppy (Hokey Pokey)", "Pongo (Bingo)", "Take Me Out To The Ball Game", "Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?", "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)", and "The More We Get Together".
    Note: This is the only Sing-Along volume without the words on the screen, though closed captioning is available.\\

     1997 

  • 9505: Bambi (1942)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: Was not in stores for long; this specific version of Bambi was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on March 31, 1997.

  • 7955: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.

  • 9875: Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years; now billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This specific version of Fun And Fancy Free was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 1998.

  • 9511: Sleeping Beauty (1959)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years; now billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This and Lady And The Tramp have rare Widescreen versions of this video release.
    Note: This specific version of Sleeping Beauty was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 1998.

  • 11070: The Jungle Book (1967)
    Note: A reissue of the film; now billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This version reused the Walt Disney Classics cover, but replaced Mowgli with Baloo in the profile on the spine and shrunk the front cover to fit a gold border; the back is the same.
    Note: This specific version of The Jungle Book was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 1998.

     1998 

  • 9123: Hercules (1997)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: One of the first tapes to have the updated green F.B.I. warning screens with a more detailed second screen.
    Note: Last new release in theaters and on VHS that Jeffrey Katzenberg had any sort of input in.

  • 12730: Peter Pan (1953)
    Note: A reissue, now billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: Was not out for long; this specific version of Peter Pan (which is, of course, the only tape to feature both the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo and the film Tinker Bell comes from) was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on April 16, 1998.

  • 12731: The Little Mermaid (1989)
    Note: Reissued on the seven-year plan (sort of; it had a theatrical reissue the previous Christmas, over 7 years from the Walt Disney Classics release of the film; it had also been one month shy of 7 years from when the Classics version was taken off store shelves when the Masterpiece version took its place on shelves); now billed as Disney's Masterpiece (they would use this for all new releases for the rest of the series except Melody Time, Lady & The Tramp, and two reissues before the line was shut down).
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: Now includes an introduction featuring Ariel voice actress Jodi Benson, along with a few custom made bumpers; a music video of Benson performing "Part Of Your World" now plays over the ending credits, though the original credits music would be restored for the Platinum/Diamond Edition versions of the movie; none of the pre-movie bonus material is on the Laserdisc due to LD never having previews; the LD copies only have the late 90's green F.B.I. warnings, the primary Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo, and the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo prior to the film.
    Note: The Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo does not appear on the VHS of this release.
    Note: Was not out for long; this specific version of The Little Mermaid was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on April 16, 1998, by which point its unit sales just managed to exceed the unit sales of the Classics VHS (by 3 million units, as a matter of fact; the original Classics VHS is said to have sold about 10 million.)

  • 14070 Melody Time (1948)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This tape's clamshell is the first and only new release (and the only release since the Masterpiece line launched in 1994) to have the front cover be shaped in an emblem with the full Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo at the top of the front.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Honor to Us All (1998)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "Honor To Us All", "Zero to Hero", "The Siamese Cat Song", "Where Do I Go From Here?", "A Guy Like You", "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes", "We Are One", "A Little Thought" from Belle's Magical World, "On the Open Road", "I Won't Say (I'm In Love)", "Father and Son", and "I'll Make a Man Out of You" as the video's Grand Finale.
    Note: This is also the Grand Finale appearance of Professor Owl in the Disney Sing-Along Songs video series; he only appears in voiceover after the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo/Sing-Along opening and prior to the first number on the video. Owl never appeared in a new video after this one.

  • 9124: The Black Cauldron (1985)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This video is the first time The Black Cauldron has been seen in America since its original theatrical release in 1985; its massive bombing back then sealed it into the vault until now. It was slated to be released in 1990, but the success of The Little Mermaid led to IT being released on video instead, and under the Walt Disney Classics label at that (it saw its video reissue under the Masterpiece Collection just before The Black Cauldron hit stores.
    Note: Some copies have a "Feature Program" bumper with the Gold Walt Disney Home Video jingle over it prior to the green film format screen, the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo, and the movie; other copies do have the Feature Presentation bumper and the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo prior to the movie.
    Note: This was the last single story Disney Animated Canon film not yet on video to debut on home medianote ; two package films, Saludos Amigos and Make Mine Music, would not be released in their entirety for another two years, while another, The Adventures Of Ichabod And Mr. Toad, would complete the Masterpiece Collection the next year.
    Note: This is the only Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection release to have absolutely no singing whatsoever (no vocal performances from either the characters or a background singer(s)) due to this being Disney's first attempt at a pure action piece. This is also one of only two Disney Animated Features prior to the 21st century to not be a musical in any form (the other is The Rescuers Down Under, which came out in 1990 and was the sole non-musical in the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics series; both this film and The Rescuers Down Under would be repackaged in the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection in 2000.

  • Disney Sing-Along Songs: Happy Haunting - Party at Disneyland! (1998)
    Note: Part of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "It's Halloween", "Five Little Pumpkins", "Grin Grinning Ghosts", "Chicken Lips and Lizard Hips", "Headless Horseman", "Five Little Witches", "Spooky Scary Skeletons", "Casting my Spell", "Trick or Treat", and "Monster Mash".
    Note: This video is hosted by the Magic Mirror.

  • 14673: Lady and the Tramp (1955)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years, now billed as Walt Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This and Sleeping Beauty have rare Widescreen copies of this version made.

  • The Irish in America (1997)
    Note: A four-part documentary co-production with PBS and WGBH Boston.
    Note: The 1996 PBS logo is retained.

     1999 

  • 14793: The Rescuers (1977)
    Note: Released on the seven-year plan, now updated as Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series
    Note: This and the Masterpiece Collection version of 101 Dalmatians contained a Mickey Mouseworks cartoon (the same one, as a matter of fact) prior to the lilac-blue cursive Feature Presentation bumper; unlike Dalmatians, the bumper is followed by the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo on this video; the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo replaces the Buena Vista logo on this release.
    Note: The final releases in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series now included the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo on most tapes (it would always appear at the start on tapes containing the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo at this point.
    Note: The Walt Disney Classics version and very early copies of this version have a screenshot during a flying scene with Bianca and Bernard that depicts a naked woman; this was picked up on this release, prompting an immediate recall from Disney, who reedited the scene to zoom in on Bianca and Bernard before sending it back to stores.

  • 12749: Mulan (1998)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: Neither the Tinker Bell Masterpiece Collection logo nor the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo are on this tape; it instead has a custom made Coming Attractions bumper with a Chinese guitar and gong at the start, and a custom made Feature Presentation bumper with the same instruments before the green film format screen and the Walt Disney Pictures logo that then enters the film.
    Note: This is the most recent Disney Animated Classic to be a part of one of the major specialty series (Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics, Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection, Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection, and Walt Disney Platinum/Diamond Editions.) as well as the last animated classic to immediately join a specialty line after its original theatrical release, ending the tradition that started with the "Black Diamond" Classics release of The Little Mermaid. All Disney Animated Features released past this one are standalone releases and none of them have yet to be included in a specialty line, though rumors of Frozen joining the Diamond Editions right out of theaters did circulate.
    Note: This was the final post-Walt film to be released under the Masterpiece Collection banner.

  • 15797: 101 Dalmatians (1961)
    Note: Released on the seven-year plan, now updated as Disney's Masterpiece
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series.
    Note: This and the Masterpiece Collection version of The Rescuers contained the same Mickey Mouseworks cartoon prior to the same Feature Presentation bumper from the Walt Disney Classics release of Dalmatians (this is ironically one of the last tapes to carry it); no Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo is between the cartoon and the movie (the Laserdisc is one of the last Laserdisc releases Disney did before they dropped that format for the smaller DVD disc system, which Disney began manufacturing for starting with the Limited Issues pre-series; that Laserdisc DOES have the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo prior to the film.
    Note: Was not out for long; this specific version of 101 Dalmatians was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on June 28, 1999; a follow-up Limited Issue DVD was released later in the year, and that DVD and the Classics/Masterpiece tapes would be the only way of viewing 101 Dalmatians until 2008.

  • A Bugs Life (1998)
    Note: After all the previews at the beginning, the tape plays the Pixar short Geri's Game; when Geri's Game concludes, it's followed by the lilac-blue cursive handwritten Feature Presentation bumper prior to the film format screen, the THX logo, the Pixar/Walt Disney Pictures logo, and the Pixar logo, then the movie; this is one of the last tapes to have the lilac-blue FP logo.

  • 15659: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
    Note: The Grand Finale release in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series (only reprints of Alice In Wonderland and Robin Hood that changed their front covers and gave them the Walt Disney's/A Walt Disney Masterpiece header in place of the Masterpiece Collection emblem were made before the line was discontinued in favor of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection).
    Note: One of the final tapes to have the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation bumper that first appeared on the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics release of 101 Dalmatians; unlike the previous tapes, it doesn't have a pre-film short, but DOES have the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo inbetween the Feature Presentation bumper and the film's RKO Radio Pictures logo and opening credits (the last tape to intentionally have the Masterpiece Collection logo printed on it was the repackaging of Alice In Wonderland; again, it appears after the Feature Presentation bumper and prior to that movie's custom-made RKO Radio Pictures logo and opening credits).
    Note: These last Masterpiece Collection tapes contained a trailer for the reissue of The Great Mouse Detective. These trailers plugged that movie as A Walt Disney Masterpiece, indicating it was intended as an entry in the line, but Disney elected to put the Masterpiece line on ice, which led to The Great Mouse Detective and the reissue of Pinocchio to be put out as standalone releases without the Masterpiece title; this was evident in the Disney Company theme, which immediately began using the 1992 distorted Walt Disney Classics jingle instead of the Masterpiece Collection remix after this tape. One of this series's last releases, 101 Dalmatians, wouldn't be available again until 2008, meaning its Classics, Masterpiece, and Limited Issue versions would be the only ways of watching it for most of the new decade.

  • The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
    Note: This reissue of the film was intended as an entry in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series, but Disney, without much comment, chose to retire the Masterpiece Collection series prior to this tape; the Masterpiece Collection jingle side of the Disney company theme was removed and replaced with the distorted "Black Diamond" Classics version, and this became a standalone release. A handful of Masterpiece Collection tapes would remain in stores until most of them were repackaged as Gold Classic Collection entries.
    Note: Even with the Masterpiece Collection series retired, the silvery Cinderella's Castle part of the logo remained in use for the next year (the Walt Disney logo on the spine of cases such as this one were identical to the Masterpiece Collection, but only had the Cinderella's Castle oval and the corporate signature under it; these releases removed the magenta back plaque and the words "Masterpiece Collection"; this version of the logo was used on the Pinocchio reissue and any Disney Animated Feature that was not part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection until the later half of 2000

  • 18665 Pinocchio [VHS and DVD] (1940)
    Note: The VHS is a standalone release this time due to the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection series becoming recumbent by this point; however, a few copies do contain the Tinker Bell Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo, and this is the last time the logo has appeared (A faster version of the 1992 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics logo with the distorted music now played an octave higher would actually appear on a 2003 U.K. tape of Pinocchio.)
    Note: The Grand Premiere title in the experimental Walt Disney Limited Issues series, which saw a few Disney Animated Classics plus one Direct-to-Video film get a release on the DVD format that would replace Laserdisc as VHS's competition and eventually crush it; this also makes Pinocchio the first of the Disney Animated Classics to reach the DVD format. These releases were pure Vanilla Edition discs due to still being brand new, but about half of them, including Pinocchio, were repackaged in the Gold Classic Collection the next year. All Limited Issues films start with the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo.
    Note: Would be repackaged under the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series in a few months; the "Black Diamond" Classics release of Aladdin had a Pinocchio commercial that stated that THAT would be "the last time this century" the tape could be purchased; the film was reissued a few months ahead of 2000.

  • 17225 Mulan [DVD] (1998)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Limited Issues series.
    Note: This and the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection VHS from earlier in the year would be repackaged in the Gold Classic Collection in a few months; this is Mulan's first release on DVD.

  • 17973 101 Dalmatians [DVD] (1961)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Limited Issues series.
    Note: This is Dalmatians's first DVD release, and it and the Masterpiece Collection VHS went back in the vault and would not be available again until 2008 as part of the Platinum Editions series (this makes 101 Dalmatians the final Masterpiece Collection/Limited Issue to return from the vault, making these releases and the Classics VHS the only way to see the film until then.

  • 18010 Hercules [DVD] (1997)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Limited Issues series.
    Note: This and the Masterpiece Collection VHS would be repackaged in the Gold Classic Collection series in 2000; this is Hercules's first DVD release.

  • 17975 Lady and the Tramp [DVD] (1955)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Limited Issues series.
    Note: This is Lady And The Tramp's first DVD release, and it went back in the vault and wouldn't be available again until 2006 as part of the Platinum Edition series.

  • 17976 The Lion King II: Simba's Pride [DVD] (1998)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Limited Issues series.
    Note: This is the only non-Disney Animated Canon/Direct-to-Video movie in the Limited Issues experiment, and was not repackaged in any succeeding line; this is it's first DVD release.

  • 18786 Peter Pan [DVD] (1953)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Limited Issues series.
    Note: This is Peter Pan's first DVD release, and it would return to the vault and get a "Special Edition" DVD in 2002/2003.
  • 18787 The Little Mermaid [DVD] (1989)
    Note: One of the two Grand Finale releases in the Walt Disney Limited Issues series; with this release and the release of The Jungle Book, the Limited Issue experiment was complete, and Disney replaced this title and the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection VHS series with the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection VHS/DVD series.
    Note: This is The Little Mermaid's first DVD release, and it would return to the vault and wouldn't be available again until 2006 as part of the Platinum Edition series.

  • 18788 The Jungle Book [DVD] (1967)
    Note: One of the two Grand Finale releases in the Walt Disney Limited Issues series; with this release and the release of The Little Mermaid, the Limited Issue experiment was complete, and Disney replaced this title and the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection VHS series with the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection VHS/DVD series.
    Note: This is The Jungle Book's first DVD release, and it would return to the vault and wouldn't be available again until 2007 as part of the Platinum Edition series.
    Note: About half of the Limited Issues got updated as part of the Gold Classic Collection, which added some extra material to these discs for the most part; several others were "Untouchables" that returned to the vault until the Platinum Edition series. Lion King II is the only film in this line to not be repackaged.

     2000 

  • 19542: Toy Story [VHS and DVD] (1995)
    Note: The Grand Premiere title in the short-lived Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; the logo for this series featured a belt-like plaque design with Cinderella's Castle in a circle towards the left with "Classic" under it, the words "Gold" and "Collection" sandwiching it, and the corporate Disney logo in gold above the belt with a regal blue background behind everythingnote ; this logo was static, and simply had the Gold Walt Disney Home Video jingle, although by this point, the Disney promo on tapes replaced the Masterpiece Collection jingle with the older 1992 distorted Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics jingle; this and A Bug's Life were the only two Pixar Animated Classics to be released under a specialty brand.
    Note: The clamshells featured the same Gold Classic belt on the top of the front, the spine (which has the castle emblem centered), on the back in an advertisement box, and along the top of the tape and DVD's label; the spines had the film title in the middle and a square character profile and stock numbers at the bottom; the spines on the DVD cases had the Masterpiece emblem against the background; this tape's front cover is the same as the 1996 release, but billed as a "Special Edition" on the left.
    Note: First release of Toy Story on DVD, though that didn't come until October.
    Note: At some point during the Gold Classic Collection, the green F.B.I. warnings were replaced by the dark navy-blue-purple F.B.I. warning screens which were identical to those later green screens; They also begin using a navy-blue-purple film format screen late in 2000; these would be the screens used until Michael Eisner's forced retirement from the Walt Disney Company in 2005, when completely new warning screens were created.
    Note: First tape to have the 2000s film reels bumpers.
    Note: This tape has Tin Toy as an extra; the original 1996 VHS did not have a short.
    Note: The Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection is the first line besides the 1999 Limited Issues series to release films on DVD, a smaller disc format that fully replaced Laserdisc. Disney made their own DVD logo with the corporate Disney signature minus Walt on top of a loop that contained the letters "DVD"; the first two years of Disney DVDs retained the Gold Walt Disney Home Video (except for Gold Classic Collection discs, which have that line's logo), but dropped it for new logos in 2001.

  • Tarzan (1999)
    Note: This is a critically acclaimed film, but the tape was never packaged in the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collectionnote , ending the tradition of the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics and Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection lines from the previous decade that saw new Disney Animated Classics joining one of those lines out of the theaters. It DOES have the Disney company intro with the Walt Disney Pictures and distorted 1992 Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics jingles, though.

  • 19697: Mulan [VHS and DVD] (1998)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: A repackaging from the year earlier; this release replaced everything before the movie with new trailers, new warnings, and the 2000's bumpers; the cover from the Masterpiece tape was used on this one.

  • 18679: Pinocchio [VHS and DVD] (1940)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: A repackaging from a few months earlier as a standalone VHS/Limited Issue DVD; Pinocchio is the only major "Untouchable" to be released in the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection and retained the standalone release/Limited Issues's cover; it's also the only release in the line to be packaged in the next line, the Walt Disney Platinum Editions (which it closed out).
  • 19696: The Aristocats [VHS and DVD] (1970)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.

  • 18580: The Fox and the Hound [VHS and DVD] (1981)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series (this movie was previously the Grand Finale for the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics series.)
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.

  • 19863: Saludos Amigos [VHS and DVD] (1942, 1943)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: This is the first time since a theatrical reissue in 1949 that this movie has been seen in the United States on VHS; it had been released on Laserdisc only in 1995
    Note: Several edits were made in this release to remove a cigarette Goofy has.
    Note: THIS movie is Jose Carioca's debut, not The Three Caballeros, which is a Spiritual Sequel.
    Note: This is the shortest release in any of the major specialty lines note  due to being the shortest Disney Animated Classic; it's only 43 minutes long, and premiered in Rio De Janeiro only a few days after Bambi opened in the United States.
    Note: This is one of only two new releases in the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection (the other being Make Mine Music; the final Disney Animated Classic up to 1999 to get a home premiere release and the last one made under Walt to do so) before the line was killed in 2001.

  • 19866: The Three Caballeros [VHS and DVD] (1945)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19865: Make Mine Music [VHS and DVD] (1946)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: This is the first time this movie had been released in its (almost) entirety since its original theatrical release; several segments had been released independently previously (most notably Peter And The Wolf and The Whale Who Wanted To Sing At The Met, both of which were part of the Walt Disney Mini Classics video line in the early 90's, and Peter And The Wolf was reissued under its followup, the Disney Favorite Stories series).
    Note: Make Mine Music was not released unaltered; the first segment, The Martins And The Coys, was edited out for gunplay violence that killed off most of its cast,, and All The Cats Join In removed breasts from someone in the shower.
    Note: This was the final Disney Animated Classic period that had not yet been released for home media; with this release, every single Disney Animated Classic (except for Fantasia 2000 possibly, though it would hit video later in the year) in the 20th century had now seen at least one VHS release. It's also one of only two new releases for the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection (the other being Saludos Amigos) before the line was killed in 2001.

  • 19864: Melody Time [VHS and DVD] (1948)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19857: Pocahontas [VHS and DVD] (1995)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19858: Fun and Fancy Free [VHS and DVD] (1947)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19859: A Goofy Movie [VHS and DVD] (1995)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; this is one of three DisneyToon Studios productions to be released under the Gold Classic Collection, and the only theatrically released film from DisneyToon to be in the line.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19852: Robin Hood [VHS and DVD] (1973)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series, having been repackaged from a lame-duck Masterpiece Collection tape the year prior; the cover from that Masterpiece tape was used on this one.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19854: Mary Poppins [VHS and DVD] (1964)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.

  • 19856: Alice in Wonderland [VHS and DVD] (1951)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series, having been repackaged from a lame-duck Masterpiece Collection tape the year prior; the cover from that Masterpiece tape was used on this one.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19851: Hercules [VHS and DVD] (1997)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; the cover from the Masterpiece tape was used on this one.

  • 19853: The Rescuers Down Under [VHS and DVD] (1977)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; its previous release was in the original Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19860: A Bugs Life [VHS and DVD] (1998)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; this and Toy Story were the only Pixar Animated Classics to be released under a specialty brand; Toy Story 2 was a standalone release.
    Note: Moved the Geri's Game short to AFTER the movie; the original tape the previous year had the short before it.
    Note: The cover from the original tape was reused here.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19574: Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins [VHS and DVD] (2000)
    Note: This is a Direct-to-Video premiere, and is the pilot movie for this cartoon.

  • 19850: Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World [VHS and DVD] (1998)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; this is one of three DisneyToon Studios productions to be released under the Gold Classic Collection, and this is the only Direct-to-Video Disney Animated Classic sequel to make it into the line.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19848: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad [VHS and DVD] (1949)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series, being repackaged from its Grand Finale Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection packaging from the year prior.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19849: The Black Cauldron [VHS and DVD] (1985)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series, though most copies of this release only have the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 20605: Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas [VHS and DVD] (1999)
    Note: A reprinting from the previous year; now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; this is one of three DisneyToon Studios productions to be released under the Gold Classic Collection, and this is the only original Direct-to-Video production to be released in the line; this is also the most recent release to be a part of any of Disney's major animated specialty lines note 

  • 20689: Oliver & Company [VHS and DVD] (1988)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • Fantasia 2000 [VHS and DVD] (2000)
    Note: This is a standalone release, not a Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection release
    Note: Includes an introduction from Roy E. Disney, who helmed this film, between the opening F.B.I. warnings/Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo and the 2000's Feature Presentation bumper, film format screen, THX screen, and the Walt Disney Pictures logo that goes into the film.
    Note: This is the last Disney Animated Classic that began production during Frank Wells and Jeffrey Katzenberg's tenures to be released in theaters and on home video (it started production around the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics release of the original Fantasia back in 1991; Katzenberg refused to get involved with this one, though). With this release, every Disney Animated Classic released through 1999 was now on video.

     2001 

  • 19844: Petes Dragon [VHS and DVD] (1977)
    Note: Now part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series.

  • 19847: The Sword in the Stone [VHS and DVD] (1963)
    Note: One of the inpromptu Grand Finale releases for the unsuccessful Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; the market had been oversaturated with titles in this line compared to the earlier Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics and Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection lines, and sales not up to expectations convinced Disney to pull the plug on the Gold Classic Collection; some titles in this line would remain in stores, but titles not yet released were put up as standalone titles, while Disney scaled down the specialty lines that succeeded the Gold Classic Collection, which were the Walt Disney Platinum Editions and Walt Disney Diamond Editions, to only include the major "Untouchables" still in the Disney Vault minus the Fantasia movies; this is their current policy to date.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • 19608: Bedknobs and Broomsticks [VHS and DVD] (1971)
    Note: One of the inpromptu Grand Finale releases for the unsuccessful Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection series; the market had been oversaturated with titles in this line compared to the earlier Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics and Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection lines, and sales not up to expectations convinced Disney to pull the plug on the Gold Classic Collection; some titles in this line would remain in stores, but titles not yet released were put up as standalone titles, while Disney scaled down the specialty lines that succeeded the Gold Classic Collection, which were the Walt Disney Platinum Editions and Walt Disney Diamond Editions, to only include the major "Untouchables" still in the Disney Vault minus the Fantasia movies; this is their current policy to date.

  • The Emperors New Groove [VHS and DVD] (2000)
    Note: This is one of the last VHS/DVDs to carry the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo; once Snow White returned from the Vault, that logo was retired. This is also a standalone release; it's not known if this was intended for the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection, but that series died a quiet death in March, just before this hit store shelves.

  • 22253 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs [VHS and DVD] (1937)
    Note: Reissue on the seven-year plan as the Grand Premiere title in the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series, which consists solely of the current "Untouchables" lineup following the disappointing execution of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection; this also makes it the first animated video line since the "Black Diamond" Classics to consist only of films from the Disney Animated Canon and the first line to not feature any VHS/DVD/Blu-ray home media debuts, every movie in this line has been released on video previously. Unless stated, all of the films in this line were last released under the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection and the Limited Issues experiment.
    Note: The Platinum Edition logo is the simplest of all of Disney's logos; it is merely a platinum bar on the top of the case that says, "Platinum Edition".
    Note: One of the first titles to have the newer Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo instead of the Gold Walt Disney Home Video logo, which was retired alongside the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection. This logo features the gold corporate signature zooming in against a shooting star background (blue for tapes and disks containing animation, black for strictly live-action tapes and disksnote ) and reaching the top half of the screen while a glow under it forms into a gold arc with a star at the point of origin, after which the words "Home Entertainment" appear under the arc and complete the logo (this logo is this page's image). The DVD is also the first to feature the Disney DVD logo with Tinker Bell, which has two versions. note  A few other tapes printed past this would still carry the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo for the next few years, but after 2006, that logo would finally be retired.
    Note: This is the fourth and final animated classic video line on VHS; DVD and later Blu-ray would essentially leave that format redundant halfway through the decade, and Disney stopped making VHS tapes midway through their Platinum Editions lineup; this is also the first Disney Animated Canon video series to distribute on Blu-ray (for the final two releases only since Blu-ray wasn't in full effect until 2006, just before VHS was out the door; they would wait a few years to release "Untouchables" on Blu-ray after an apparent bad experience with the Limited Issues).
    Note: The VHS copy's program is as follows: The 2000 navy-blue F.B.I. warning screens, the new 2001 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo, a message to stay tuned after the film with a few scenes from the actual movie, a Cinderella's Castle/panel/extravagant Feature Presentation logo (which is similar to the Disneyland 35th anniversary logo on two of the three Disney Sing-Along Songs tapes in 1990), the navy-blue film format screen, the THX logo, the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo, the film, and after the film, an introduction with Disney CEO Michael Eisner, then a "Someday My Prince Will Come" music video from Barbra Streisand.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
    Note: This specific release of Snow White was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2002 .
  • 23638: The Princess Diaries [VHS and DVD] (2001)
    Note: One of the Teen Movie releases to have the Walt Disney Home Video logo intact on its' packaging in which it was remastered with THX, a sound system technology by Lucasfilm Limited, showing only 2 music videos at the end of the movie. However, the newer Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo is shown plastered and not the Walt Disney Home Video logo. Unlike Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), The Princess Diaries was the only movie to have the THX logo shown intact as much as the calm/gentle Feature Presentation bumper. The DVD version of the #1 teen movie also included the Disney DVD logo with Tinker Bell.

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave One [DVD] (2001)
    Note: The Grand Premiere release in the Walt Disney Treasures series, a special line created by film critic Leonard Maltin that showcased some noteworthy Disney cartoon classic shorts; like the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Editions I & II in the mid 80's, these DVD packs came in limited quantities.
    Note: This wave of Treasures contained 4 DVD packs:
    Note: ** Mickey Mouse In Living Color: Disc One contains the 1935 cartoons The Band Concert, Mickey's Garden, On Ice, Pluto's Judgement Day, and Mickey's Fire Brigade, alongside the 1936 cartoons Thru The Mirror, Mickey's Circus, Mickey's Elephant, Mickey's Grand Opera, Mickey's Polo Team, Alpine Climbers, Moving Day, Mickey's Rival, and Orphans Picnic, plus Parade Of The Award Nominees (1932). Disc Two contains the 1937 cartoons Hawaiian Holiday, Moose Hunters, The Worm Turns, Magician Mickey, Mickey's Amateurs, Clock Cleaners, and Lonesome Ghosts, plus the 1938 cartoons Mickey's Parrot, Boat Builders, The Whalers, Mickey's Trailer, and The Brave Little Tailor, plus the bonus cartoon Mickey's Surprise Party (1939).
    Note: ** Silly Symphonies: Disc One contains the cartoons The Tortoise And The Hare (1935), The Country Cousin (1936), Babes in the Wood (1932), Elmer Elephant (1936), The Flying Mouse (1934), The Golden Touch (1935; the last cartoon Walt directed as stated in the Walt Disney Cartoon Classics entry in 1985), The Robber Kitten (1935), Lullaby Land (1933), Mother Goose Melodies (1931), The Wise Little Hen (1934), Three Little Pigs (1933), The Big Bad Wolf (1934; resulted in the Page Quote for Sequelitis), Three Little Wolves (1936), Toby Tortoise Returns (1936), The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934), Water Babies (1935), Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935), and Wynken, Blynken & Nod (1938). Disc Two contains the cartoons Mother Pluto (1936), Peculiar Penguins (1934), The Old Mill (1937), Funny Little Bunnies (1934), The Ugly Duckling (1939), The Ugly Duckling (1931), Father Noah's Ark (1933), Birds of a Feather (1931), The Busy Beavers (1931), Just Dogs (1932), Music Land (1935), The China Plate (1931), Egyptian Melodies (1931), Flowers and Trees (1932), The Cookie Carnival (1935), The Skeleton Dance (1929), Woodland Café (1937), and Farmyard Symphony (1938).
    Note: ** Disneyland U.S.A: Contains programs about the Disneyland Park: Disc One contains The Disneyland Story (1954), and Dateline Disneyland (1955). Disc Two contains Disneyland After Dark (1962), and Disneyland 10th Anniversary (1965).
    Note: ** Davy Crockett: Contains episodes of the Davy Crockett series. Disc One contains the episodes Davy Crockett Indian Fighter (1954), Davy Crockett Goes To Congress (1955), and Davy Crockett At The Alamo (1955; the Grand Finale for the program's timeline since it detailed Crockett's famed final stand at the Alamo in the Texas Revolution, which he died at.) Disc Two contains the episodes Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race (1955) and Davy Crockett And The River Pirates (1955; the last major episode).

     2002 

  • 23822, 23835, 24084:Atlantis The Lost Empire [VHS and DVD] (2001)
  • Peter Pan [VHS and DVD] (1953)
    Note: This was a "Special Edition" release, not a Platinum Edition; it would join the Platinum Editions line 5 years later.
  • 25125 Beauty and the Beast [VHS and DVD] (1991)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years (its previous release was as part of the original Walt Disney Classics series); part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: As mentioned on the Walt Disney Classics release above, Jeffrey Katzenberg ordered a song, "Human Again", cut; this release of the movie and the digital Diamond Edition release put that song back in the film because they used a different cut for a theatrical reissue on New Year's Day 2002; this version also lighted the colors in the castle and made The Beast clearly visible when he first appears onscreen to capture Maurice; the original version has yet to see a reissue beyond the Classics release.
    Note: This is the first of the 4 post-Walt/Frank Wells/Jeffrey Katzenberg "Untouchables" to be released in the Platinum Editions line.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
    Note: This specific release of Beauty and the Beast was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2003.

  • Lilo & Stitch [VHS and DVD] (2002)
  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Two [DVD] (2002)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series.
    Note: Contains three DVD packs, the first two of which contain cartoons concerning the black and white Mickey cartoons and then Goofy cartoons, with the third being behind the scenes of Disney Studios.
    Note: ** Mickey Mouse In Black And White: Disc One contains the 1928 cartoons Steamboat Willie, The Gallopin' Gaucho, and Plane Crazy, the 1929 cartoons The Karnival Kid and Mickey's Follies, the 1930 cartoons The Fire Fighters, The Chain Gang, The Gorilla Mystery, and Pioneer Days, the 1931 cartoons The Birthday Party, Mickey Steps Out, Blue Rhythm, Mickey Cuts Up, and Mickey's Orphans, and the 1932 cartoons The Duck Hunt, Mickey's Revue, Mickey's Nightmare, The Whoopee Party, Touchdown Mickey, and The Klondike Kid. Disc Two contains the 1933 cartoons Building a Building, The Mad Doctor, Ye Olden Days, The Mail Pilot, Mickey's Gala Premier, Puppy Love, The Pet Store, and Giantland, the 1934 cartoons Camping Out, Gulliver Mickey, Orphan's Benefit (The 1934 version), The Dognapper, and Two-Gun Mickey, and Mickey's Service Station (1935).
    Note: ** The Complete Goofy: Disc One contains Goofy And Wilbur (1939), Goofy's Glider (1940), the 1941 cartoons Baggage Buster, The Art of Skiing, and The Art of Self Defense, the 1942 cartoons How to Play Baseball, The Olympic Champ, How to Swim, and How to Fish, the 1943 cartoons Victory Vehicles and Fathers Are People, the 1944 cartoons How To Be a Sailor, How To Play Golf, and How To Play Football, the 1945 cartoons, Tiger Trouble, African Diary, Californy'er Bust, and Hockey Homicide, the 1946 cartoons A Knight For A Day and Double Dribble, Foul Hunting (1947), and the 1948 cartoons They're Off and The Big Wash. Disc Two contains the 1949 cartoons Tennis Racquet and Goofy Gymnastics, the 1950 cartoons Motor Mania and Hold That Pose, the 1951 cartoons Lion Down, Home Made Home, Cold War, Tomorrow We Diet, Get Rich Quick, and No Smoking, the 1952 cartoons Father's Lion, Hello Aloha, Man's Best Friend, Two-Gun Goofy, Teachers Are People, Two Weeks Vacation, and How To Be a Detective, the 1953 cartoons Father's Day Off, For Whom the Bulls Toil, Father's Week End, How To Dance, and How To Sleep, and Aquamania (1960; the final standalone cartoon short made by Walt Disney).
    Note: ** Behind The Scenes At The Walt Disney Studios: Disc One contains A Trip Through The Walt Disney Studios (1938), How Walt Disney Cartoons Are Made (1939), and The Reluctant Dragon (1941). Disc Two contains the Disney Anthology episodes The Story Of The Animated Drawing (1955), The Plausible Impossible (1956), and Tricks Of Our Trade (1957).

     2003 

  • 30449: A Bugs Life [DVD] (1998)
    Note: This is a two-disc "Collector's Edition" DVD pack. Disc 1 has the movie, Disc 2 has the bonus features.
    Note: The movie disc's program opens with the 2000 navy-blue F.B.I. warning screens, then the main menu. Upon playing either the "Widescreen" (letterbox) or "full frame" (pan-and-scan) movie, it plays the THX animation with the robot having to fix the logo, then the Pixar/Walt Disney Pictures logo, the Pixar logo, and then the film. This specific disc was reused as the spare DVD in the Blu-ray reissue 6 years later.

  • Sleeping Beauty [VHS and DVD] (1959)
    Note: This was a "Special Edition" release, not a Platinum Edition; it would join the Platinum Editions line 5 years later.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
  • The Lion King [VHS and DVD] (1994)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years; part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: Includes a cut song, "The Morning Report", which comes before "I Just Can't Wait To Be King".
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
    Note: This specific version of The Lion King was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2005.

     2004 

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Three [DVD] (2004)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series.
    Note: This installment has four DVD packs:
    Note: **Mickey Mouse In Living Color, Volume Two: Disc One contains the 1939 cartoons Society Dog Show and The Pointer, the 1940 cartoons Tugboat Mickey, Pluto's Dream House, and Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip, the 1941 cartoons The Little Whirlwind, The Nifty Nineties (as in the 1890's), and Orphans' Benefit (the 1941 version), the 1942 cartoons Mickey's Birthday Party and Symphony Hour, Squatter's Rights (1946), Mickey's Delayed Date (1947), the 1948 cartoons Mickey Down Under and Mickey And The Seal, the 1951 cartoons Plutopia and R'Coon Dawg, the 1952 cartoons Pluto's Party and Pluto's Christmas Tree, and The Simple Things (1953; the Grand Finale Mickey Mouse cartoon made under Walt's watch). It also contains the Sorcerer's Apprentice number from Fantasia, the Mickey And The Beanstalk segment from Fun and Fancy Free, and a 1939 promotion. Disc Two contains the Walt Disney Mini Classics Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983), The Prince And The Pauper (1990; the only Mickey Mouse featurette released during Frank Wells and Jeffrey Katzenberg's tenures), and Runaway Brain (1995; a rare cartoon to come by)
    Note: ** The Chronological Donald: Disc One contains The Wise Little Hen (1934; Donald's debut), Donald And Pluto (1936), the 1937 cartoons Don Donald, Modern Inventions, and Donald's Ostrich, the 1938 cartoons Self Control, Donald's Better Self, Donald's Nephews, Polar Trappers (with Goofy), Good Scouts, The Fox Hunt (with Goofy), and Donald's Golf Game, and the 1939 cartoons Donald's Lucky Day, The Hockey Champ, Donald's Cousin Gus, Beach Picnic, Sea Scouts, Donald's Penguin, The Autograph Hound, and Officer Duck. Disc Two contains the 1940 cartoons The Riveter, Donald's Dog Laundry, Billposters (with Goofy), Mr. Duck Steps Out, Put-Put Troubles, Donald's Vacation, Window Cleaners, and Fire Chief, and the 1941 cartoons Timber, Golden Eggs, A Good Time For a Dime, Early To Bed, Truant Officer Donald, Old Mac Donald Duck, Donald's Camera, and Chef Donald.
    Note: ** On The Front Lines: World War II themed program, Disc One contains propaganda cartoons Donald Gets Drafted (1942), The Army Mascot (1942), The Vanishing Private (1942), Sky Trooper (1942), Private Pluto (1943), Fall Out - Fall In (1943), Victory Vehicles (1943), The Old Army Game (1943), Home Defense (1943), How To Be a Sailor (1944), and Commando Duck (1944), educational cartoons Thrifty Pig (1941), Seven Wise Dwarfs (1941), Food Will Win the War (1942), Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Firing Line (1942), Donald's Decision (1942), All Together (1942), The New Spirit (1942), The Spirit of '43 (1943), The Winged Scourge (1943), Defense Against Invasion (1943), The Grain That Built a Hemisphere (1943), Cleanliness Brings Health (1945), What Is Disease? (AKA The Unseen Enemy) (1945), Planning For Good Eating (1946), Der Fuehrer's Face (1943), Education For Death (1943), Reason And Emotion (1943), and Chicken Little (1943). Disc Two contains the film Victory Through Air Power (1943) along with training shorts Four Methods Of Flush Riveting and Stop That Tank (A Canadian training film).
    Note: ** Tomorrow Land: Disc One contains the anthology programs Man In Space, Man And The Moon, and Mars And Beyond. Disc Two contains Eyes In Outer Space (1959), Our Friend The Atom, and EPCOT (1967).

  • Aladdin [VHS and DVD] (1992)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years (its previous release was as the semifinal release in the original Walt Disney Classics series; it's the final Classics release to be reissued); part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
    Note: This specific version of Aladdin was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2008 (Disney began keeping their films out of the Vault for longer at this point, and after it went back, this release and the Classics VHS would be the only ways of watching Aladdin until 2015).

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Four [DVD] (2004)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series.
    Note: Contains three DVD packs:
    Note: ** Mickey Mouse In Black And White, Part Two: Contains the cartoons The Barn Dance (1929), The Opry House (1929), When the Cat's Away (1929), The Barnyard Battle (1929), The Plowboy (1929), Mickey's Choo-Choo (1929), The Jazz Fool (1929), Jungle Rhythm (1929), Wild Waves (1929), Just Mickey (also known as Fiddling Around) (1930), The Barnyard Concert (1930), The Cactus Kid (1930), The Shindig (1930), The Picnic (1930), Traffic Troubles (1931), The Castaway (1931), Fishin' Around (1931), The Beach Party (1931), The Barnyard Broadcast (1931), The Mad Dog (1932), and Barnyard Olympics (1932). Disc Two contains the cartoons Musical Farmer (1932), Trader Mickey (1932), The Wayward Canary (1932), Mickey's Pal Pluto (1933), Mickey's Mechanical Man (1933), Playful Pluto (1934), Mickey's Steamroller (1934), Mickey Plays Papa (1934), Mickey's Kangaroo (1935), The Haunted House (1929), The Moose Hunt (1931), The Delivery Boy (1931), The Grocery Boy (1932), Mickey in Arabia (1932), Mickey's Good Deed (1932), Mickey's Mellerdrammer (1933), The Steeple Chase (1933, wrong opening music, it plays Donald Duck theme), Shanghaied (1934), and Mickey's Man Friday (1935)
    Note: ** The Complete Pluto: Disc One contains the cartoons The Chain Gang (1930; Pluto's debut), On Ice (1935), Pluto's Quin-puplets (1937), Beach Picnic (1939), Bone Trouble (1940), the 1941 cartoons Pluto's Playmate, Canine Caddy, and Lend A Paw, and the 1942 cartoons Pluto, Junior, The Army Mascot, The Sleepwalker, T-Bone For Two, and Pluto At the Zoo. Disc Two contains the 1943 cartoons Pluto And The Armadillo and Private Pluto, the 1944 cartoons Springtime For Pluto and First Aiders, the 1945 cartoons Dog Watch, Canine Casanova, The Legend of Coyote Rock, and Canine Patrol, the 1946 cartoons Pluto's Kid Brother, In Dutch, Squatter's Rights, and The Purloined Pup, Pluto's Housewarming (1947), Pantry Pirate (1940), and A Gentleman's Gentleman (1941).
    Note: ** The Mickey Mouse Club: Contains the first week of said TV program.

     2005 

  • Bambi [VHS and DVD] (1942)
    Note: A reissue on the seven-year plan; part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: This is one of the last releases to have the F.B.I. warning screen format and its variations used since the early 80's, as well as one of the last tapes/disks to have the warnings at the very beginning of a tape/disk. CEO Michael Eisner would be asked to step down shortly after this hit stores, and the F.B.I. warnings were changed into an F.B.I. anti-piracy warning and moved to before the tape's feature presentation.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD.
    Note: This specific version of Bambi was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2007.
  • Cinderella [VHS and DVD] (1950)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years; part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: One of the first tapes/disks to have a newer warning; Bob Iger had replaced Eisner as CEO by this point, and Eisner took the original warnings with him; this tape/disk has an F.B.I anti-piracy warning (with the F.B.I. emblem at the top of the screen instead of on the left), and a navy-blue duplication screen prior to it; the contents of these warnings were completely different, and the F.B.I. warning was moved from the start of the tape/disk to just prior to the movie/program; tapes/disks now have the Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo be the first thing to appear; the warning would be changed later to include the Department of Homeland Security badge alongside the F.B.I. emblem note .
    Note: One of the Grand Finale releases for Walt Disney Home Video due to VHS manufacturing being discontinued months later; this is also one of the last Disney Animated Classics released on VHS, and one of the first videos since the Summer 1986 Walt Disney Classics release of Alice In Wonderland to come in a cardboard slipcover case.
    Note: First release of this film on DVD; prior to this, Cinderella could only be viewed on the Classics and Masterpiece Collection tapes.
    Note: This was the last of the "Untouchables" to be released on DVD; with this release, all the major Disney Animated Classics up to at least Eisner's exit will have seen at least one release on DVD.
    Note: This specific version of Cinderella was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2008.

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Five [DVD] (2005)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series
    Note: Contains 4 DVD packs:
    Note: ** The Chronological Donald, Volume Two: Disc One contains the 1942 cartoons Bellboy Donald, The Village Smithy, Donald's Snow Fight, Donald's Garden, and Donald's Gold Mine, the 1943 cartoons Donald's Tire Trouble and The Flying Jalopy, and the cartoons Donald Gets Drafted, The Vanishing Private, Sky Trooper, Der Fuehrer's Face, Fall Out - Fall In, The Old Army Game, Home Defense, and Commando Duck, plus the anthology episode A Day In The Life Of Donald Duck. Disc Two contains the 1944 cartoons Trombone Trouble, The Plastics Inventor, Donald's Off Day, Donald Duck and the Gorilla, and Contrary Condor, the 1945 cartoons The Eyes Have It, Donald's Crime, Duck Pimples, No Sail, Cured Duck, The Clock Watcher, and Old Sequoia, and the 1946 cartoons Donald's Double Trouble (which features a second Donald with a deeper voice and a different actor from Clarence Nash), Wet Paint, Dumb Bell of the Yukon, Lighthouse Keeping, and Frank Duck Brings 'Em Back Alive, plus the bonus cartoon The Volunteer Worker (1940).
    Note: ** Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s: Contains the early Alice cartoons Alice's Wonderland (1923), Alice's Wild West Show (1924), Alice Gets in Dutch (1924), Alice's Egg Plant (1925), Alice in the Jungle (1925), Alice's Mysterious Mystery (1926), and Alice the Whaler (1927), and one-shot Mini Classics Ferdinand the Bull (1938), Chicken Little (1943), The Pelican and the Snipe (1944), The Brave Engineer (1950), Morris the Midget Moose (1950), Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1951), The Little House (1952), Adventures in Music: Melody (1953: this provided the opening for Disney Sing-Along Songs), Football Now and Then (1953), Adventures in Music: Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (1953), and Ben and Me (1953) (both Ferdinand The Bull and Lambert The Sheepish Lion had shared a program before; the 1991 Walt Disney Mini Classics tape Willie The Operatic Whale). Disc Two contains additional Mini Classics Pigs Is Pigs (1954), Social Lion (1954), Hooked Bear (1956), Jack and Old Mac (1956), In the Bag (1956), A Cowboy Needs a Horse (1956), The Story of Anyburg, U.S.A. (1957), The Truth About Mother Goose (1957), Paul Bunyan (1958), Noah's Ark (1959), Goliath II (1960), The Saga of Windwagon Smith (1961), and A Symposium on Popular Songs (1962), plus A Feather In His Collar (1946).
    Note: ** The Adventures Of Spin & Marty: Disc One contains the Mickey Mouse Club segments The Triple-R (November 7, 1955), The Misfit (November 8, 1955), The White Stallion (November 9, 1955), Froggy Day (November 10, 1955), The Battle (November 11, 1955), A Surprise Decision (November 14, 1955), Homesick (November 15, 1955), Logan's Lesson (November 16, 1955), The Chase (November 17, 1955), and Ride-'Em-Cowboy (November 18, 1955). Disc Two contains the segments The Snipe Hunt (November 21, 1955), The Secret Ride (November 22, 1955), Tragedy (November 23, 1955), Perkin's Decision (November 24, 1955), Tossing the Calf (November 25, 1955), Rope Artist (November 28, 1955), Nothing Happens on a Sunday (November 29, 1955), Perkins and the Bear (November 30, 1955), The Runaway (December 1, 1955), Haunted Valley (December 2, 1955), The Live Ghost (December 5, 1955), The Big Rodeo (December 6, 1955), Off on the Wrong Foot (December 7, 1955), Sky Rocket's Trick (December 8, 1955), and The Last Campfire (December 9, 1955).
    Note: ** Elfego Baca and the Swamp Fox: Legendary Heroes: Disc One contains the anthology episodes The Nine Lives Of Elfego Baca, Four Down And Five Lives To Go, and Attorney At Law. Disc Two contains the episodes The Birth Of The Swamp Fox, Brother Against Brother, and Tory Vengeance.

     2006 

  • Disney Sing Along Songs: Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs Volume 3- Perfectly Princess (2006)
    Note: The Grand Finale release in the Disney Sing-Along Songs series; after 20 years, Disney elected to retire the whole program.
    Note: The list of songs in this installment of the Disney Sing-Along Songs series is: "In Harmony" (from the cartoon show, not the film), "It's What's Inside That Counts", "Out of Thin Air", "A Little Thought" (from Belle's Magical World), "Where Do I Go From Here?", "Whistle While You Work" (which was also on the very first of the tapes, "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah"), "All in the Golden Afternoon", The Work Song, "Belle", "Lesson Number One", "Here on the Land and Sea", and "It's Not Just Make Believe".
    Note: Not too long after this release, Disney decided to conclude the long-running Disney Sing-Along Songs video series that started in 1986 after 34 videos. This and several reprints of the earlier installments in the show (a few of which still had the Sorcerer Mickey logo) did remain available for a little while, but at some point, the Sing-Along classic series was shut down and any and all remaining copies were withdrawn from store shelves; this also marked the retirement of the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo on the reprints as well. All other DVDs/VHSs for the rest of the year and the next will have the 2001 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo, which would be retired itself in 2008. The Sing-Along series is the longest-running Disney video series the company ever operated at 20 years, with the original Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics series coming in second at 10 years and a combined Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series, the Walt Disney Platinum Edition series, and the Walt Disney Treasures series all tied for third at 9 years.

  • Lady and the Tramp [VHS and DVD] (1955)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: One of the Grand Finale releases for Walt Disney Home Video due to VHS manufacturing being discontinued months later; this is also the final Disney Animated Classic released on VHS, and one of the first videos since the Summer 1986 Walt Disney Classics release of Alice In Wonderland to come in a cardboard slipcover case. This tape does not have previews on it.
    Note: This is one of the major Disney DVDs to come equipped with Disney's FastPlay; this DVD feature was added in 2004 and, after the opening Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo, plays a screen with a static Disney DVD logo, with Tinker Bell emerging and turning it into the Disney's FastPlay logo while an announcer is talking (the Tinker Bell animation for this logo is recycled from the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo; the Disney's FastPlay logo is identical to the Disney DVD logo except DVD is replaced with, of course, the word FastPlay and the loop is replaced with a disc graphic). The viewer is presented three choices on this screen; they can select the main menu, the FastPlay option, which runs the disc like a VHS (the trailers, Disney DVD logo, F.B.I. warnings, film, and bonus features will play in that order before going to the main menu), or do nothing, and after a few seconds, FastPlay starts automatically.
    Note: This specific version of Lady and the Tramp was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the vault on January 31, 2007.

  • Dinosaur [Blu-ray] (2000)
    Note: The Grand Premiere of one of Disney's films on the Blu-ray disc format by Sony; Disney chose Dinosaur to be the first release on the format due to that film's stunning animation being a great showcase of what Blu-ray was capable of. HD-DVD was also available, but Disney refused to manufacture for that format and it died a quick death, and unlike Betamax, it has been virtually forgotten
    Note: This also is the first Disney Animated Classic released on Blu-ray; as of 2016, five Disney Animated Canon movies have yet to be released in Blu-ray format (all of the "Untouchables" have now reached Blu-ray as of 2015), but all the canon films are available on DVD (and all films up to 2004 are also available on VHS if one can find a spare copy on the web).
    Note: All Blu-rays come in blue opaque jewel cases, and these very first Blu-rays only had the one Blu-ray disc; additional discs including a spare DVD would be added later. The very first Disney Blu-rays retained the 2001 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo much like the pre-2001 Disney DVDs retained the Gold Walt Disney Home Video VHS logo (and a few DVDs up to this release retained the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo if they were reprinted from a VHS release in the 80's or 90's), but Disney eventually created their own Disney Blu-ray logo in a few years.
    Note: 2006 and 2007 are the only years Disney manufactured for all three dominant formats in physical home media up to 2016 (VHS, DVD, and Blu-ray, in that order). Even with Blu-ray out, Disney still made a few more VHS tapes before ending it with Cars.
  • The Little Mermaid [DVD] (1989)
    Note: A reissue on the seven-year plan (it was part of the Limited Issues DVD series in 1999); part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: Includes the documentary Treasures Untold and the short The Little Matchgirl, which was supposed to be part of Fantasia 2006, but those plans were frozen when Fantasia 2000 barely made back its budget (one of the reasons for this was it was screened exclusively in IMAX; there were only 75 general-release IMAX theaters in the U.S. in 2000; the one in the Houston Museum of Natural Science doesn't count since that one is for documentaries only).
    Note: This was the last of the 4 post-Walt/Frank Wells/Jeffrey Katzenberg "Untouchables" to be released in the Platinum Editions line, and actually includes Katzenberg as an interviewee on the Treasures Untold doc (this being his first major association with Disney since his exit from the company in 1994). All remaining Platinum Editions from here on out are Walt-supervised films.
    Note: This DVD's Disney DVD logo is different from the previous one note 
    Note: Despite Blu-ray now existing and VHS still existing, Disney chose not to release The Little Mermaid on either of those formats due to the former still being in relative infancy and the latter being on death's doorstep; they would wait until the 2013 Diamond Edition to release The Little Mermaid on Blu-ray; and they would also wait until later 2008 to start releasing their "Untouchables" on Blu-ray.
    Note: This specific version of The Little Mermaid was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 31, 2009.

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Six [DVD] (2006)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series
    Note: Contains 4 DVD packs:
    Note: ** More Silly Symphonies: Disc One contains the cartoons Hell's Bells (1929), Springtime (1929), Arctic Antics (1930), Autumn (1930), Frolicking Fish (1930), Monkey Melodies (1930), Night (1930), Playful Pan (1930), Summer (1930), Winter (1930), The Cat's Out (1931), The Clock Store (1931), The Fox Hunt (1931), The Spider and the Fly (1931), The Bears And The Bees (1932), The Bird Store (1932), Bugs in Love (1932), El terrible Toreador (1929), The Merry Dwarfs (1929), Cannibal Capers (1930) and Midnight in a Toy Shop (1930). Disc Two contains the cartoons Birds in the Spring (1933), The Night Before Christmas (1933), Old King Cole (1933), The Pied Piper (1933), The Goddess of Spring (1934), Cock O' the Walk (1935), Three Blind Mouseketeers (1936), Little Hiawatha (1937), Merbabies (1938), Moth and the Flame (1938), King Neptune (1932; the second colored Silly Symphony), Santa's Workshop (1932), The China Shop (1934), Broken Toys (1935), Three Orphan Kittens (1935), More Kittens (1936), and Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938).
    Note: ** The Complete Pluto, Volume Two: Disc One contains the cartoons Rescue Dog (1947), Mail Dog (1947), Pluto's Blue Note (1947), Bone Bandit (1948), Cat Nap Pluto (1948), Pluto's Fledgling (1948), Pluto's Purchase (1948), Bubble Bee (1949), Pluto's Surprise Package (1949), Pluto's Sweater (1949), Pueblo Pluto (1949), and Sheep Dog (1949). Disc Two contains the cartoons Camp Dog (1950), Food for Feudin' (1950), Pests of the West (1950), Pluto and the Gopher (1950), Pluto's Heart Throb (1950), Primitive Pluto (1950), Puss Cafe (1950), Wonder Dog (1950), Cold Storage (1951), Cold Turkey (1951), Plutopia (1951), and all three Figaro The Kitten cartoons: Bath Day (1946), Figaro And Frankie (1947), and Figaro And Cleo (1943), plus The Coyote's Lament (1961).
    Note: ** The Hardy Boys: The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure: Disc One contains the Hardy Boys segments The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure: An Introduction (1 October 1956), The Stranger (2 October 1956), A Real Case (3 October 1956), The First Clue (4 October 1956), The Fugitive (5 October 1956), Applegate's Gold (8 October 1956), Dig for Treasure (9 October 1956), A Pirate's Chest (10 October 1956), Boys in Trouble (11 October 1956), and The Female Detective (12 October 1956). Disc Two contains the segments Iola's Bravery (15 October 1956), Footsteps in the Tower (16 October 1956), The Prisoner Speaks (17 October 1956), A Strange Confession (18 October 1956), A Golden Clue (19 October 1956), The Final Search (22 October 1956), The Tower's Secret (23 October 1956), Never Say Die (24 October 1956), Boys in Danger (25 October 1956), and The Tower Treasure (26 October 1956).
    Note: ** Your Host, Walt Disney: Disc One contains the Walt-hosted Disneyland episodes Where Do The Stories Come From? (1956), The Fourth Anniversary Show (1957), and Kodak Presents Disneyland '59 (1959). Disc Two contains the episodes Backstage Party (1961), and Disneyland 10th Anniversary (1965).

     2007 

  • Cars [VHS] (2006)
    Note: The Grand Finale release of Walt Disney Home Video on VHS, and one of the very last releases on VHS itself; no more official VHS tapes from Hollywood that are intended for sale have been made past this one, Eragon, and a film called Peppa Pig School Bus Trip. VHS would be fully replaced by Blu-ray by the end of the year.

  • Peter Pan [DVD] (1953)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series (it had a "Special Edition" DVD 5 years earlier).
    Note: This specific version of Peter Pan was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 30, 2009.

  • The Jungle Book [DVD] (1967)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: This specific version of The Jungle Book was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 30, 2010

  • Meet the Robinsons [DVD, DVD/Blu-ray combo pack] (2007)
    Note: One of the first Disney Animated features to be released on the new Blu-ray format, which, along with HD-DVD, which Disney never manufactured for, replaced the now-defunct VHS magnetic tape market as DVD's Arch-Enemy after Cars retired that format, though most Blu-ray packs from 2008 onward also contain a DVD of just the movie; said DVDs retained the Disney DVD logo, which is still used in 2015; HD-DVD would eventually meet the same fate that Betamax met during the VHS storm in the 80's, but on a decidedly more severe scale.
    Note: Disney Blu-ray discs and the spare DVD that goes with them come in blue opaque jewel cases with the "Blu-ray Disc" logo at the top, and those are inside cardboard slipcovers.
    Note: This is the first Disney Animated Classic to have the new Walt Disney Animation Studios logo, which is actually similar in design to the Walt Disney Home Video logo, which was last seen the previous year on a few DVD reprints (it was the 1986 Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Home Video logo, which was now fully retired.)

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Seven [DVD] (2007)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series.
    Note: Contains 3 DVD packs:
    Note: ** The Chronological Donald, Volume Three: Disc One contains the 1947 cartoons Straight Shooters, Sleepy Time Donald, Donald's Dilemma, Crazy With The Heat, Bootle Beetle, Wide Open Spaces, Chip an' Dale, and Clown of the Jungle, along with the 1948 cartoons Drip Dippy Donald, Daddy Duck, Donald's Dream Voice, The Trial of Donald Duck, Inferior Decorator, Soup's One, Three for Breakfast, and Tea for Two Hundred. Disc Two contains the 1949 cartoons Sea Salts, Winter Storage, Honey Harvester, All in a Nutshell, The Greener Yard, Slide, Donald, Slide, Toy Tinkers, and Donald's Happy Birthday, plus the 1950 cartoons Lion Around, Crazy Over Daisy, Trailer Horn, Hook, Lion & Sinker, Out On A Limb, and Bee At The Beach.
    Note: ** The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit: This is the very first time since the 1920'snote  that The Walt Disney Company has distributed Oswald's cartoons; they had to do a trade with Universal to get the rights to the character back. Disc One of this pack includes the 1927 Oswald cartoons Trolley Trouble, Oh Teacher, The Mechanical Cow, Great Guns!, All Wet, and The Ocean Hop, as well as the 1928 Walt-animated cartoons Rival Romeos, Bright Lights, Ozzie Of The Mounted, Oh What A Knight, Sky Scrappers, The Fox Chase, and Tall Timber, plus a documentary on Oswald returning to Disney after 80 years. Disc Two contains Ub Iwerks's Alice cartoons Alice Gets Stung, Alice In The Wooly West, and Alice's Balloon Race, and the cartoon classics Plane Crazy, Steamboat Willie, and Skeleton Dance.
    Note: ** Disneyland: Secrets, Stories and Magic: Contains documentaries about Disneyland. Disc One contains a 50th anniversary program, Wonderful World Of Disney Trivia Game, and People And Places: Disneyland U.S.A.. Disc Two contains Operation Disneyland, The Golden Horseshoe Revue, Disneyland Goes To The World's Fair, and Disneyland Around The Seasons.

     2008 

  • 101 Dalmatians [DVD] (1961)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years (its previous release was as the semifinal installment in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection line, and it's the last movie released under that line and the Limited Issues series to be reissued); part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series.
    Note: This specific version of 101 Dalmatians was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 30, 2010.

  • Sleeping Beauty [DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo pack] (1959)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series (it previously had a 2003 "Special Edition" DVD; the Platinum Edition reuses that release's cover).
    Note: First release of this movie and one of the major "Untouchables" on Blu-ray.
    Note: The Disney Blu-ray logo, which is one of the current logos of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, was created at about this disc's release, and the animated logo starts the same as the 2006 Walt Disney Pictures logo, but as the camera reaches the front of Cinderella's Castle, the camera suddenly zooms out and leaves the castle behind in a blue Disney corporate signature while laser beams etch out Blu-ray on the bottom; the current Home Entertainment logo is identical to the Disney/Walt Disney Pictures logos in its two forms.
    Note: This specific version of Sleeping Beauty was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on January 30, 2010.

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Eight [DVD] (2008)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Treasures series.
    Note: Contains 3 DVD packs:
    Note: ** The Chronological Donald, Volume Four: Contains the 1951 cartoons Dude Duck, Corn Chips, Test Pilot Donald, Lucky Number, Out of Scale, and Bee On Guard, the 1952 cartoons Donald Applecore, Let's Stick Together, Uncle Donald's Ants, and Trick or Treat, and the 1953 cartoons Don's Fountain of Youth, The New Neighbor, Working for Peanuts, Canvas Back Duck, and Rugged Bear. Disc Two contains the 1954 cartoons Donald's Diary, Dragon Around, Grin and Bear It, The Flying Squirrel, Grand Canyonscope, and Spare the Rod, the 1955 cartoons Bearly Asleep, Beezy Bear, Up A Tree, and No Hunting, the 1956 cartoons Chips Ahoy and How to Have an Accident In the Home, the 1959 Mini Classic Donald In Mathmagic Land along with How to Have An Accident at Work, and the 1961 cartoons Donald and the Wheel and the final Duck cartoon, The Litterbug. 10 Mickey Mouseworks Donald cartoons are included on this disc, and this was the final entry in the Treasures series to include cartoon shorts.
    Note: ** Dr. Syn: The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh: Disc One includes the televised version of the program in three parts, while Disc Two contains a U.K. cinematic equivalent retitled as Dr. Syn, Alias The Scarecrow.
    Note: ** The Mickey Mouse Club Presents: Annette: Disc One contains the first 10 episodes of Annette, and Disc Two contains episodes 11-20 plus two more Mickey Mouse Club cartoons.

     2009 

  • Pinocchio [DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo pack] (1940)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years as the Grand Finale release in the Walt Disney Platinum Editions series (it was previously released as one of the early repackages in the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection; it is the only movie from that line to also have a Platinum Edition release since Pinocchio's one of the "Untouchables").
    Note: First release of this movie on Blu-ray format.
    Note: This specific version of Pinocchio was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2011.

  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1937)
    Note: The Grand Premiere release in the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series, which are all reissues of the Platinum Edition films that make up the current "Untouchables" slate (The Fantasia films were not part of this slate). The Diamond Editions is the first Animated Classic video line to not have any titles on VHS due to that format being discontinued halfway through the Platinum Editions. It is also the first of the Animated Canon video lines to release its titles online through digital platforms such a iTunes, AmazonPrime, Disney Digital, etc, a trend that will continue with the Walt Disney Signature Collection and future video lines, though Snow White and Bambi were not originally released digitally.
    Note: First release of this movie on Blu-ray format.
    Note: The only movie to have a sneak preview of The Princess & The Frog.
    Note: The Diamond Edition logo has a small similarity to the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics diamond in that a white traditionally-cut glowing diamond is flanked by the words "Diamond" and "Edition" note ; the logo appears on the top of the case's front cover, above the Blu-ray Disc logo on the outer slipcover, and under it on the case. At one point, Alice In Wonderland and Dumbo, which are general release films, and the Fantasia films were intended as Diamond Editions, meaning this line was almost intended as a Spiritual Successor to The Classics from the 80's and 90's, but only the "Untouchables" that were already part of the Platinum Editions series were released in this line, making the Spiritual Successor idea half-realized (all of the Platinum/Diamond Editions saw their first release under the "Black Diamond" Classics except for Snow White and The Lion King due to the line being put on ice with The Fox And The Hound intentionally released as its Grand Finale; Snow White and Lion King premiered as part of the Masterpiece Collection instead, which also contains all the Platinum/Diamond Editions except for Beauty And The Beast and Aladdin, which didn't see another release past The Classics until the Platinum Editions due to those films having been major smashes when they did hit video under the Walt Disney Classics line).
    Note: This specific version of Snow White was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2011, the same day the Platinum Edition version of Pinocchio was sent back in.

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Nine [DVD] (2009)
    Note: The Grand Finale release in the Walt Disney Treasures series; no more Treasures compilations were made past this one.
    Note: This installment in the Treasures series contains the entire run of the Zorro TV series.
    Note: The distribution of the Treasures series was discontinued after 2009 with most of the cartoons now prevalent on the digital circuit, with signer Roy E. Disney's passing only a little while after this release, and the fact that this series was never released for Blu-ray. The Treasures series got a spiritual sequel on Turner Classic Movies in the mid New 10's hosted by creator Leonard Maltin and titled Treasures From The Disney Vault, which is a smaller, occasional programming block that coincides with TCM's partnership with Disney on The Great Movie Ride at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Disney World.

     2010 

  • The Princess and the Frog [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2009)
    Note: Also released as a Grand Premiere title which included a teaser trailer for Tangled.
    Note: The only movie to have a digital platform only available on iTunes.

  • Beauty and the Beast [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1991)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray.
    Note: First of the major "Untouchables" to reach a digital format such as iTunes and AmazonPrime.
    Note: As with the Platinum Editions, this is the first of the 4 post-Walt/Frank Wells/Jeffrey Katzenberg "Untouchables" to be released in the Diamond Editions line.
    Note: The Blu-ray is the first time the theatrical cut without "Human Again" has been available since the original Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics VHS release in 1992, but the lightened colors from the "Special Edition"/Platinum Edition have been carried over to all copies; the only way to view the cut of the movie with the original dark color scheme for the pre-reveal Beast is to obtain the original Classics version on VHS and Laserdisc or play the 3D Blu-ray, which is barely used. note 
    Note: This specific version of Beauty And The Beast was withdrawn from store shelves/digital platforms and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2012.

     2011 

  • Tangled [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2010)
    Note: The only movie to have Mandy Moore as the voice of Rapunzel.
    Note: Only available as a digital platform on iTunes.
    Note: The only movie to become released 2 years later on Blu-ray and DVD, most probably, in 2011.

  • Prom [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2011)
    Note: The only teen movie to have a Blu-ray release even though it is a family approved movie by The Dove Foundation.
    Note: Fry's Electronics, a retailer of Blu-ray Discs, used a price tag containing the Walt Disney Home Video logo (wordmark only) while carrying PROM (2011) on Disney Blu-ray even though it had the Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment logo shown intact.
    Note: One of the teen movies to have a digital platform only available on iTunes. #2 was The Princess Diaries.

  • Bambi [DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo pack] (1942)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: This was not released on a digital format, but it WAS its Blu-ray debut.
    Note: This specific version of Bambi was withdrawn from store shelves and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2012.

  • The Lion King [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1994)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray.
    Note: This specific version of The Lion King was withdrawn from store shelves/digital platforms and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2013.

  • Winnie-the-Pooh [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2011)
    Note: The most recent 2D Disney Animated Classic from the company, along with being the most recent package film.
    Note: Includes the short that opened it, The Ballad Of Nessie.

     2012 

  • The Princess Diaries [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2001)
    Note: Often getting a major 2-Movie Collection Blu-ray release in 2012 due to its' 10th Anniversary during National Princess Week.
    Note: One of the releases to have a digital platform in which it is only available on iTunes as a rental-only release.

  • Lady and the Tramp [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1955)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray..
    Note: First of the major "Untouchables" made under Walt to hit a digital platform such as iTunes, AmazonPrime and Disney Digital/Disney Movies Anywhere.
    Note: This specific version of Lady and the Tramp was withdrawn from store shelves/digital platforms and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2013.

  • Cinderella [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1950)
    Note: Reissue on the seven-year plan; part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray.
    Note: Includes the Tangled Ever After short as a bonus.
    Note: In the United Kingdom, copies of Cinderella were taken out of the vault in early 2011 while its American hiatus was still in effect in order to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton.
    Note: This is the first major home media release and the first reissue past Cinderella's original theatrical release in 1950 to have the film's custom-made RKO Radio Pictures logo appear prior to the movie's opening credits; the previous versions all had the Buena Vista and/or Walt Disney Pictures logo prior to the credits, and neither of those logos are at the beginning of this version's release (though a silent 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo does appear after the film).
    Note: This specific version of Cinderella is supposed to be withdrawn from store shelves/digital platforms and go back in the Vault on April 30, 2016. This date may not be accurate.

     2013 

  • Peter Pan [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1953)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray.
    Note: This specific version of Peter Pan was withdrawn from store shelves/digital platforms and returned to the Vault on April 30, 2014.

  • 110814 Wreck-It Ralph [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, Blu-ray 3D and digital] (2012)
    Note: Includes the short that opened it, Paperman.
    Note: The original Blu-ray release of Wreck-It Ralph and the Diamond Edition version of The Little Mermaid are the two most recent Disney Animated Classics to have a 3D Blu-ray disc made; the remaining Diamond Editions, the Signature Collection version of Snow White and other Disney Animated Canon films released on Blu-ray past this point lack the 3D Blu-ray disc.

  • The Little Mermaid [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, Blu-ray 3D and digital] (1989)
    Note: Reissue on the seven-year plan; part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray.
    Note: While a few new extras are on this release, most of them, including the Treasures Untold doc with Katzenberg as an interviewee (along with Roy, who died in 2009), and The Little Matchgirl mini classic, were recycled from the Platinum Edition.
    Note: The original Blu-ray release of Wreck-It Ralph and the Diamond Edition version of The Little Mermaid are the two most recent Disney Animated Classics to have a 3D Blu-ray disc made; the remaining Diamond Editions, the Signature Collection version of Snow White and other Disney Animated Canon films released on Blu-ray past this point lack the 3D Blu-ray disc.
    Note: This specific version of The Little Mermaid is supposed to be removed from store shelves/digital platforms and go back in the Vault on April 30, 2016, but this date may not be accurate.

     2014 

  • The Jungle Book [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1967)
    Note: Reissue on the seven-year plan; part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray..
    Note: This specific version of The Jungle Book is supposed to be removed from store shelves/digital platforms and go back in the Vault on April 30, 2016, but this date may not be accurate.

  • Frozen [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2013)
    Note: After this film's wild success in theaters, breaking the animated film gross records held by Finding Nemo, Shrek 2, and The Lion King, rumors circulated that Disney would release this under the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series like they released fellow Hans Christian Andersen feature The Little Mermaid note  under the Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics series after ITS original theatrical release when IT was a success and started the Disney Renaissance; Disney ultimately did not release Frozen as a Diamond Edition, sadly (they also never released a 3D home version; the most recent Disney Animated Classic to get a 3D home release is Wreck-It Ralph; that movie and The Little Mermaid are also the last two Disney Animated Classics to get a 3D disc).
    Note: Currently the highest grossing animated film of all time.
    Note: Includes the short that opened it, Get a Horse!
  • Sleeping Beauty [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1959)
    Note: Part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes.
    Note: This specific version of Sleeping Beauty will be removed from store shelves/digital platforms and go back in the Vault on April 30, 2016, but this date may not be accurate.

     2015 

  • 101 Dalmatians [Blu-ray and digital] (1961)
    Note: Reissue on the seven year plan; part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray..
    Note: This specific version of 101 Dalmatians is supposed to be removed from store shelves/digital platforms and go back in the Vault on April 30, 2016, but this date may not be accurate.

  • Big Hero 6 [Blu-ray and digital] (2014)
    Note:Includes the short that opened it, Feast, which is also a part of the Short Film Collection seen below.

  • Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Film Collection [Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2015)
    Note: This is a compilation release; the shorts in the collection are: Frozen Fever (2015note ), Feast (2014note ), Get a Horse! (2013note ), Paperman (2012note ), Tangled Ever After (2011), The Ballad of Nessie (2011note ), Prep & Landing-Operation: Secret Santa, Tick Tock Tale, How To Hook Up Your Home Theater (2007note ), The Little Matchgirl (2006note ), Lorenzo, and John Henry (2000).
    Note: This program is also available on Netflix.

  • Aladdin [Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1992)
    Note: A reissue of the film after 10 years; part of the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series and possibly the line's Grand Finale.
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes; also its debut on Blu-ray.
    Note: This is the last of the 4 post-Walt/Frank Wells/Jeffrey Katzenberg "Untouchables" to be released in the Diamond Editions line.
    Note: The last of the major "Untouchables" to reach the Blu-ray platform; with this release and a few others, all the major Disney Animated Classics will have seen at least one Blu-ray release. note 
    Note: This specific version of Aladdin is supposed to be removed from store shelves/digital platforms and go back in the Vault on April 30, 2017, but this date may not be accurate.

  • The Return Of Jafar (1994) and Aladdin And The King Of Thieves (1996) [Blu-ray/DVD combo pack] (2015)
    Note: Released with the original movie as a Disney Movie Club exclusive; will go general release in January.

  • Tomorrowland [Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2015)

  • 127676 Inside Out [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, Blu-ray 3D and digital] (2015)
    Note: Includes the new Inside Out short Riley's First Date.
    Note: The Best Buy sales copies come with cards of each of this film's five Emotions that can be placed in the Blu-ray's slipcover case; these copies do not include the 3D disc, however.
    Note: Includes the short that opened it, Lava.
    Note: Is currently a major smash on Blu-ray, debuting at No. 1 in its first week.

     2016 

  • 131997 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (1937)
    Note: Reissue on the seven-year plan; the Grand Premiere installment in the Walt Disney Signature Collection series, which will feature Walt-supervised films as of this writing.
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes.
    Note: The Walt Disney Signature Collection series logo has at least three variations so far. All of these variations use Walt Disney's personal signature note rather than the corporate signature for the Disney logo, one of the first, if not THE first, instances since the 1978 "Neon Mickey" Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo was retired in the mid 80's that Walt's signature has been used.. The first version that appeared on a Wal-Mart preorder has Walt's signature in the bottom right of the front cover and in a white/silver circle, with The Signature Collection in the circle border. Another version has the Walt Disney Signature Collection header on the very top of the case where the Diamond Edition header was (above the Blu-ray Disc logo on the slipcover, below it on the jewel case). A press still has The Walt Disney Signature Collection on a white card with "The" on top, Walt's signature in the middle, and "Signature Collection" on the bottom.

  • Pinocchio [Blu-ray and digital] (1940)
    Note: Reissue on the seven-year plan; the rumored Grand Finale release for the Walt Disney Diamond Editions series.
    Note: First release of this movie to reach a digital platform such as iTunes.
  • The Good Dinosaur [DVD, Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and digital] (2015)
    Note: Includes the short that opened it, Sanjays Super Team

Sale Promotions

    Summer 1986 
This promotion, known as Disney's Wonderland Sale, was headlined by the release of the Classics of Alice in Wonderland. It and 7 other live-action features were priced at $29.95 each, while 5 new animated titles were priced at $14.95 each. The promotion began on May 28, 1986 and ran through the end of the year. These titles (except Alice) were the first to be packaged in slipcover cases.

Feature Films ($29.95 each)

  • Alice in Wonderland
  • 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • The Absent-Minded Professor (colorized)
  • Bedknobs and Broomsticks
  • Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier
  • Davy Crockett and the River Pirates
  • The Happiest Millionaire
  • The Parent Trap

Animated Titles ($14.95 each)

  • Mickey Knows Best
  • The Importance of Being Donald
  • Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree
  • Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
  • Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too

    Summer 1987 
This promotion, known as Classic Disney...at a Goofy Price, was headlined by the launch of the new Walt Disney Cartoon Classics collection. Also promoted were three new titles and 14 other titles; all were animated and priced at $14.95 each.

New Releases

  • Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Here's Mickey!
  • Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Here's Donald
  • Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Here's Goofy!
  • Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Silly Symphonies
  • Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Here's Pluto!
  • Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore
  • The Reluctant Dragon
  • Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Heigh-Ho

Additional Titles

  • Mickey Knows Best
  • The Importance of Being Donald
  • Canine Commando
  • The Unsinkable Donald Duck with Huey, Dewey and Louie
  • A Tale of Two Chipmunks
  • Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree
  • Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
  • Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
  • Walt Disney Video-Alongs: Mickey's Discovery Series
  • Walt Disney Video-Alongs: The Disney Classics
  • Walt Disney Video-Alongs: Winnie the Pooh
  • Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah
  • Disney's Greatest Lullabies, Volume 1
  • Disney's Greatest Lullabies, Volume 2

Alternative Title(s):

Walt Disney Telecommunications And Non Theatrical Company