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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Giveaway: D23 Membership Exclusive Limited-Edition Walt Disney Treasures DVD Set - 54 Discs

Celebrate the genius. Own the magic. Now for the first time ever, prized volumes of Walt Disney Treasures are here in one very special Premium Collection. Created especially for the D23 Community, this 54-Disc collection has been produced in a limited edition of only 3,000. Complete with a Certificate of Authenticity and encased in a collectible tin, it's the ultimate anthology for all Disney fans.

  • 54 DVD discs showcasing an array of Walt Disney's work in short cartoons, films and television as presented in the Walt Disney Treasures series
  • The Collection will include a wide selection of the previously released Walt Disney Treasures volumes, from the rare and seldom-seen cartoons (Oswald the Lucky Rabbit 1927-28) and film features (Victory Through Air Power, 1943), to the creation of Disneyland Park (1955) and the pioneering TV shows (Disneyland, 1954) and serials (Davy Crockett, 1954-55) -- this 54-disc collection holds a treasure trove of pure Disney entertainment plus historic films, rarities and special features
  • 27 Walt Disney Treasures titles from the previous waves, packaged together for the first time ever in a limited quantity set
  • Includes introductions from film historian Leonard Maltin
  • Packaged in unique, collectible large Treasures tin
  • Discs packaged in elegant, album-style disc holder
  • Limited Edition of 3000
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Made in U.S.A.
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76 comments:

  1. Davy Crockett because I remember watching it with my step dad when I was a kid. I loved watching it with him. It's just a fond memory of my childhood :D

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  2. I like them all. My mother watched them growing up and loved them all and I've seen a few with her and if only they made them like that still :)

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  3. I don't really have a favorite I just love them all. How can you not love everything Disney!

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  4. I love it ALL!!!! I grew up with Disney!!

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  5. The Complete Pluto, Volume 1/2 - I've always liked Pluto (and at least you're sure he's a dog - not sure about Goofy though).

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  6. Davy Crockett!!! Always a family favorite

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  7. All,Disney is awesome!

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  8. I can't possibly pick a favorite Anything Disney makes my heart sing. :)

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  9. My fav will always be the Mickey mouse club!! M I C K E Y M O U S E....... bet you sing it every time!!

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  10. My favorite is the Disneyland one. The behind the scenes looks and looks into the old attractions that are long gone are awesome!

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  11. I own the opening day ceremony that was broadcast live and it is such a great thing to see Disneyland with small trees and the architecture that is the same over 58 years later.

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  12. My favorite Walt Disney Treasure DVD is Disneyland: Secrets, Stories and Magic because even if I can't be there I can dream of having a good time at the parks.

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  13. "MARY POppins" I wish I could be as Patience as she was. She was a COOL NANNY, still is :O)

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  14. I can't pick! I love all Disney movies. :)

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  15. I love ALL of them! It's hard to pick just one!

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  16. I can't pick just one. I love Disney movies and shows.

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  17. The Jungle Book


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  18. Definitely Davy Crockett, I remember watching Walt Disney every Sunday Night and looking forward to Davy Crockett

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  19. wow what a set how neat I honestly counts just pick one i'd love them all

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  20. my favorite thing I used to watch when I was little was Mouseterpiece theater!! I would love love to see that again. oh the sweet memories (^_^)

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  21. ive never been able to decide between alice in wonderland and snow white!! i love them <3

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  22. Davy Crockett....love that Pioneer time....don't ever see anything like this on tv anymore!

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  23. No favorite but I love them and can't believe this is up as a prize! WOOHOOOO! :)

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  24. No real favorite since its Disney, is there even such thing a single 'favorite' Disney item? Thought everyone loved it all like I do.

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  25. The Fox and The Hound - because it evokes memories of a special time and a very special person.

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  26. Behind the scenes at Disneyland from the beginning

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  27. Mary Poppins! I love Dick Van Dyke and all the music!! Love, Love, Love!

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  28. I can't really pick just one. All of Disney's work has been amazing! I love watching them, and I hope my kids will enjoy watching them as much, too. Thank you for the giveaway!!

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  29. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit because he was Disney's forgotten character

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  30. Davy Crockett .....I remember watching it with my family when I was a kid. Sitting on the floor in front of the tv eating a snack.

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  31. Tough choice. I pick The jungle book. Mary poppins is also close to the top.

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  32. I would have to pick Lady & the Tramp (I hope its a treasure dvd!!!!)

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  33. Your Host Walt Disney would be my favorite

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  34. Greyfriars Bobby or Thomasina. Those two just killed me when I was little.

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  35. How can you pick one? I will say Robin Hood from when I was little. I loved that movie then and I still do today!

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  36. Sorry I can't pick anything Disney is my favorite

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  37. Fox And The Hound b/c it makes me think of my Poppa

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  38. I love almost every Disney movie I've ever seen, cannot really pick a favorite.

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  39. I don't know all the movies in the set but my favorite is Mary Poppins :)

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  40. I think my favorite would be the Creation of Disneyland Park , I love Disneyland

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  41. The Disneyland Dvd, fun to watch

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  42. The disneyland dvd been there and loved it

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  43. I love anything Disney because I LOVE DISNEY :-)

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  44. Goofy/Dippy Dawg because he is one of my favorite characters

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  45. My favorite is Oswald. It seems like he is the secret character that only true Disney fans get to to enjoy.

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  46. I really can't pick because I love them all. :)

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  47. I don't really know which are on there, so I'm going to say anything that had Donald or the Wonderful World of Disney that features the making of Disneyland.

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  48. Jungle Book and Song of the South (Zip a dee do da)

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  49. Hard to pick just one, but, if I must it would have to be the Mickey Mouse Club with Annette...

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  50. Mary Poppins was awesome!

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  51. I haven't seen any yet.

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  52. I think all Disney DVD's are "treasures" ;)

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  53. Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two Just because I like all the old Mickey cartoons!

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  54. Would love to see some of those old Davy Crockett's with my grandsons ♥

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  55. Oh would love to share Davy Crockett with my son!

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  56. Bed Knobs and Broomsticks. I loved it as a kid & now

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  57. Anything Disney is amazing....impossible to just pick one!

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  58. I love all and everything Disney

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  59. Love all the Disney films but seeing the Disneyland disc from the 50's would be awesome grew up on that

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  60. I love them all great classics

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  61. In this collection: The Creation of the Park.
    It is interesting to see how Disney has changed. Some of the older movies are quiet unsettlling in the racism etc and are peak at how society has developed.

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  62. Davy Crockett reminds me of watching it with my dad as a child. =) Now my son sings the song with him it would be great to see them watch it together.

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  63. Tarzan, the story line of love and family.

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  64. All of it! I love looking at how things progress from early pieces of works to now =]

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  65. I love hearing the Electric Parade soundtrack!

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  66. Davy Crockett is my favorite Walt Disney Treasure DVD because I remember watching it as a child with my grandparents.

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