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I found the original Fantasia to be the perfect opening to a long nap. Even Mickey didn't work for me. But my tranquilized state vanished after I became immersed a sequence featuring flying whales taking to the sky like fish to water. This 2000 version offers more story based ideas than its predecessor, along with stunning animation.
Why Is Fantasia 2000 Rated G?
Fantasia 2000 is rated G
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Details on home video releases of Fantasia 2000...
Disney’s Fantasia 2000 releases on DVD on November 14, 2000. Bonus extras include:
- A digital-to-digital transfer
- A commentary by Roy E. Disney (executive producer), maestro James Levine and Don Ernst (producer)
- A commentary by the directors and art directors for each film segment
- Featurette: The Making of ‘Fantasia 2000’
- Disney’s 1953 Academy Award-winning animated short: Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom
- Animated short: Melody
- A commemorative booklet, highlighting the art, music and filmmaking technology brought together for the film
- A showcase sampler, offering highlights from each segment of the film
- The original theatrical trailer