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    The Lost & Found RKO Collection

    The Lost & Found RKO Collection

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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (diamond edition)

    I find as I get older I appreciate Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs more and more. Part of this is intellectual; I marvel at what Walt Disney and his team of artists accomplished, with no one to guide them into uncharted territory except Walt’s amazing instincts for...

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    Julie & Julia

    Julie & Julia

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    Pinocchio: 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition

    It’s a pleasure to report that everything about the new DVD release of Walt Disney’s Pinocchio is first-class. That includes the breathtaking restoration and the bonus features that fill a second disc. (I can’t review the commentary track because I’m on it, along with animator Eric Goldberg and Disn...

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    Gasoline Alley and Friends

    Gasoline Alley and Friends

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    The Sign Of The Z — On DVD

    The Sign Of The Z — On DVD

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    NOT-SO-OLD MOVIES

    A friend of my daughter’s recently admitted that she likes to watch “old” movies...like 'Dazed and Confused' (1993). I suppose age is in the eye of the beholder; to a girl in her 20s, the early 90s would seem a long time ago. I, of course, have neckties older than that, and when I think of old movie...

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    THE BOYS—dvd review

    Richard and Robert Sherman have made the world a happier place through their infectiously upbeat songs. Their names are synonymous with Walt Disney, for whom they wrote the scores for Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, and Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, as well as indelible themes for TV shows, ...

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