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Best Buy.com has has Disney Anniversary Blu-rays on sale for $9.99. Select Free Store Pickup otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks cashmoney121 & arribasn
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Amazon has selected Disney BluRay, DVD & digital copy $10. Free shipping with Prime or orders over $35

Robin Hood 40th Anniversary Edition [amazon.com] - Prime members only
The Sword in the Stone 50th Anniversary Edition [amazon.com] - Prime members only
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh [amazon.com]
The Pirate Fairy [amazon.com]

No digital copy
Dumbo 70th Anniversary Edition [amazon.com] - Prime members only
Oliver & Company [amazon.com] - Prime members only
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I'm tempted every time Robin Hood and Sword in the Stone show up - two of my personal childhood faves. But don't be fooled - the Blu transfers on both of these are miserable. They've been noise reduced to a soft, digital mess.
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The sword and the stone 50th anniversary is horrendous and I'm surprised Disney is still printing it

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Thank you!!
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Seems to be matching Best buy and Walmart pricing
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Dumbo has no digital copy! Oh I'll make my own
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Dumbo has no digital copy! Oh I'll make my own
Look for the 75th anniversary edition for about 3-4 bucks more if you don't want to take the time to roll your own.
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Seems to be matching Best buy and Walmart pricing
Wish either one offers pick up discount to sweeten up the deal.
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I'm tempted every time Robin Hood and Sword in the Stone show up - two of my personal childhood faves. But don't be fooled - the Blu transfers on both of these are miserable. They've been noise reduced to a soft, digital mess.

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The sword and the stone 50th anniversary is horrendous and I'm surprised Disney is still printing it

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Do yourself a favor and read the reviews for the 50th anniversary edition of the Sword in the Stone before you buy it.
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The Pirate Fairy is no longer available from Amazon, and so no longer available for $10.
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The Pirate Fairy is no longer available from Amazon, and so no longer available for $10.
Still available from Walmart.
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Robin Hood at least still has the Xerox lines in it and it's a decent upgrade.

Sword in the Stone should be avoided at all cost, since it's easily the worst transfer Disney had ever released on bluray.
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Look for the 75th anniversary edition for about 3-4 bucks more if you don't want to take the time to roll your own.
Do you have a link for them that cheap?
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