Disney's Fantasia/2000

On Home Video and DVD
Release Date: November 14, 2000

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The "Fantasia/2000" DVD will include the following extras:

The Fantasia Anthology

FANTASIA ANTHOLOGY: This 3 Disc set includes "Fantasia" and "Fantasia/2000" and a third disc of supplemental material. Disc One: "Fantasia" -- The Classic Disney Concert event. Disc Two: "Fantasia/2000" brings Walt Disney's dream of creating a concert film with perpetually changing repertoire. Sixty years after the release of Disney's classic 1940 experiment in sight and sound, a new generation of Disney animators and filmmakers offer an exciting showcase for today's audience as they visually interpret classical compositions by Beethoven, Shostakovich, Respighi, Gershwin, Dukas, Saint-Saens, Elgar and Stravinsky. This animated extravaganza features seven new selections and one returning favorite from the original classic. World renowned conductor James Levine takes up the baton and leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Like its pioneering predecessor, "Fantasia/2000" embraces all the latest technological tools and innovations to tell its stories and create breathtaking imagery. Disc Three: In depth exploration of each animation segment. Special effects segment/ Still frame gallery / Section containing reconstructed segments deleted from the film including "Clarie de Lune" and "Ride of the Valkries"/ Still frame art from "Flight of the Bumble Bee," "Mosquito" and "Baby Ballet"/ Pencil tests of unused animation / cast and crew Biographies. Release date was November 14, 2000. Suggested retail value: $60.00, order now for only $49.99 at Amazon.com.

The Official List of Extra Material included with the "Fantasia Anthology".

From Disney Magazine Fall 2000 "A Day (or Two) in the Life of Don Hahn": "In a room lined with storyboards from "Fantasia/2000" (on which Hahn directed the host sequences) , Hahn, (Roy E.) Disney, and other principals discuss bonus footage that will be included in the DVD format. Like the producers' meeting this morning, the proceedings are hush-hush."