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Get ready for a magical adventure filled with friendship, fun and heartwarming songs in the new Special Edition DVD of Walt Disney's classic family film Pete's Dragon, now with dazzling new bonus features! It's a Brazzle Dazzle Day when an orphan named Pete and his best friend, Elliott, an invisible dragon, wander into the seaside village of Passamaquoddy. Although Pete befriends the lighthouse keeper, Nora and her salty old father , the townspeople think he is behind the hilarous accidents that keep happening. But after a daring rescue, everyone believes in Pete's fire breathing buddy. Featuring an all-star cast, Pete's Dragon is a timeless classic every member of your family will love.
Bonus Features Include: Disney's Movie Magic a history of Disney's magical mix of live action with animation, narrated by Sean Marshall (Pete), deleted Story board Sequence Terminus & Hoagy Hunt Elliot, rare demo dialog track and storyboard sketches, Original Song Concept: Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You Too) first demo recording March 1976 with story sketches for an early concept of the song Pete sings to Elliot, Original Demo Recordings: Brazzle Dazzle Day, Every Little Piece, The Greatest Star of All (Deleted Song for Deleted Character), Promotional Record, Four songs are pop versions of the songs used to promote the music and originally released on one 7 inch record including Academy Award nominated Candle on the Water.
Only reason I gave it two stars, it is fun to make fun of. 2 hours and 10 minutes of your time is lost forever.Published 7 days ago by Horizons
Old school, but still a classic. Our young boys were complete enthralled with it.Published 14 days ago by BSteele
I just love Pete and the whole gang. the town is pretty awesome, too. One of Disney's best.Published 18 days ago by Patricia Slocum
Without their beloved founder, the Walt Disney Studios fell into some rough times during the 1970's. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Jonathon Turner