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Multimedia - Video, Music and Sound Files Discuss Movie Suggestions in the Multimedia - Audio, Video, Photos and more! forums; Tampa, you can go to www.disney.go.com to find an alphabetical listing of all Disney DVD's and VHS. Once you go to the site go to the "Entertainment" section under "Movies" ...
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    Tampa, you can go to www.disney.go.com to find an alphabetical listing of all Disney DVD's and VHS. Once you go to the site go to the "Entertainment" section under "Movies" and click on "Disney DVD & Video". After you click on the Alphabetical Listing you can view each movie individually and it shows if it is available at the time or not. You will quickly see just how many Disney movies there are out there to start your collection!!!! It will probably make your decisions even harder!

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    Definitely Alice in Wonderland although i was torn as Cinderella is a great original and was the 1st one i saw.

    But Alice is such a varied film with some great characters

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    i picked the LION KING....its just a very beautifully done film....plus as someone said..the music is great just like the animation.....plus you get 1 1/2 which is hilarious
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    ok we have a tie between Aladdin and Finding Nemo!

    I need some more votes folks to have a winner.

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    I've already voted, but if you are down to a tie and need to make a decision, then I would go with Aladdin while all 3 of them are still out and not in the "vault". I think that you can purchase #2 and #3 together.

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    I would vote Aladdin because it is a pure blood Disney and not a hybrid Disney/Pixar.

    Or why don't you just splurge and buy them both?
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    cause I'm gonna go to UO tomorrow and I'm gonna pack lots of lance crackers and motts apple juicy juices in order to save for my new movie.



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    so what did you end up getting yourself??

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    Finding Nemo and The Incredibles

    I haven't seen Little Mermaid in sooo long though... and Blockbuster never has it when I go..

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    I am a little slow, but something tells me you have a thing for the redheaded mermaid. SOMEONE GET TAMPA THE LITTLE MERMAID DVD!!!

    But Nemo and Incredibles are great choices, love them both!
    I am in need of some Disney magic!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tampa
    Finding Nemo and The Incredibles

    I haven't seen Little Mermaid in sooo long though... and Blockbuster never has it when I go..

    What about Pirates
    have you seen that yet?

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    Yep!

    I've rented it a few times to where I'd watch it like three times each time.

    I bet part two will dominate! That is if Depp doesn't skip out on it.

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    My guess is that Disney have been paying him by the bucketful, with added incentives to keep him on side. A seat on the board, perhaps? His own theme park in China?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 20K
    My guess is that Disney have been paying him by the bucketful, with added incentives to keep him on side. A seat on the board, perhaps? His own theme park in China?
    Disney-Deppland?

    Think of all the crazy rides. . . .
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    here's a list of Depp's movies. you can imagine some of the rides that could come from these, plus 21 Jump Street (tv series). also note the Pirates of the Caribbean 3 movie listed as being in production. source: www.imdb.com

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2006) (in production) .... Jean-Dominique Bauby
    Shantaram (2007) (announced) .... Lindsay
    The Rum Diary (2006) (pre-production) .... Paul Kemp
    Pirates of the Caribbean 3 (2007) (filming) .... Captain Jack Sparrow
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006) (filming) Sparrow
    Corpse Bride (2005) (voice) .... Victor Van Dort
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) .... Willy Wonka
    The Libertine (2004) .... Rochester
    Finding Neverland (2004) .... Sir James Matthew Barrie
    Ils se marièrent et eurent beaucoup d'enfants (2004) .... L'inconnu
    Secret Window (2004) .... Mort Rainey
    Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) .... Sands
    Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) (VG) .... Captain Jack Sparrow
    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) .... Jack Sparrow
    From **** (2001) .... Inspector Fred Abberline
    Blow (2001) .... George Jung
    Chocolat (2000) .... Roux
    Before Night Falls (2000) .... Bon Bon/Lieutenant Victor
    The Man Who Cried (2000) .... Cesar
    Sleepy Hollow (1999) .... Constable Ichabod Crane
    The Astronaut's Wife (1999) .... Commander Spencer Armacost
    The Ninth Gate (1999) .... Dean Corso
    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) .... Raoul Duke/Hunter S. Thompson
    The Brave (1997) .... Raphael
    Donnie Brasco (1997) .... Donnie Brasco/Joseph D. 'Joe' Pistone
    Nick of Time (1995) .... Gene Watson
    Dead Man (1995) .... William 'Bill' Blake
    Don Juan DeMarco (1995) .... Don Juan
    Ed Wood (1994) .... Ed Wood
    What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) .... Gilbert Grape
    Benny & Joon (1993) .... Sam
    Arizona Dream (1993) .... Axel Blackmar
    Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991) (as Oprah Noodlemantra)
    Edward Scissorhands (1990) .... Edward Scissorhands
    Cry-Baby (1990) .... Wade 'Cry-Baby' Walker
    "21 Jump Street" (1987) TV Series .... Officer Tom Hanson
    Platoon (1986) .... Pvt. Gator Lerner
    Slow Burn (1986) (TV) .... Donnie Fleischer
    Private Resort (1985) .... Jack
    A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984) .... Glen Lantz

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