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Disney Announces Snow White, Pulp Fiction and More on Blu-ray for 2009

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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment today announced the October 2009 release of their animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Blu-ray Disc in October 2009.  The Release will be Disney’s third Platinum Edition Blu-ray release and will follow the March 2009 release of the Pinocchio Platinum Edition.

The company also announced a slate of  titles to be released day-and-date with the DVD for the upcoming year, including High School Musical 3: Senior Year (February 17); Swing Vote (Touchstone Pictures) on January 13; Miracle At St. Anna (Touchstone Pictures) on February 10; Beverly Hills Chihuahua (Walt Disney Pictures) on March 3; Morning Light (Walt Disney Pictures) in summer of 2009; and an all new direct-to-video Space Buddies (Walt Disney Pictures) on February 3.

Additionally, WDSHE announced 30 more top titles to be released on Blu-ray in 2009: Pretty Woman (Touchstone Pictures) on February 10; High School Musical Remix Edition (Walt Disney Pictures) on February 17; the Disney/Pixar CG-animated favorites Monsters Inc. (Disney/Pixar) and A Bugs Life (Disney/Pixar); Microcosmos (Miramax); Rounders 10th Anniversary Edition (Miramax); Sin City (Miramax); Miracle (Walt Disney Pictures); Sling Blade (Miramax);The Greatest Game Ever Played (Walt Disney Pictures); Pulp Fiction Special Edition (Miramax);Good Will Hunting Special Edition (Miramax) and many more to follow in 2009. Fans of LOST will also be pleased that WDSHE will finally be releasing Lost: The Complete First and Second Seasons (ABC) on Blu-ray in 2009.

14 of the titles will be packaged with a DisneyFile digital copy for playback on Mac/PC, laptop, or iTunes/Windows Media portable devices.

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