70th Anniversary Edition
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Let your spirits soar as you travel beyond the big top to Walt Disney's timeless classic! In celebration of this landmark film's 70th anniversary, Dumbonow includes a thrilling digital restoration and never-before-seen bonus features! When Mrs. Jumbo's little "Baby Mine" finally arrives, Dumbo and his oversized ears become the talk of the circus. With the help of his loyal best friend, Timothy Mouse, a magic feather and a ton of courage, Dumbo uses his sensational ears to soar to fame as the world's one and only flying elephant! Full of daring adventure, memorable characters, award-winning music and inspiring messages about the power of friendship and belief in yourself, Dumbowill become a treasured part of your family's collection of classic movies.
Original Theatrical Soundtrack
Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scene: "The Mouse's Tale"
Deleted Song: "Are You A Man Or A Mouse?"
Taking Flight: The Making Of DUMBO
The Magic Of DUMBO: A Ride Of Passage -- A Heartfelt Look At Disneyland's Most Popular Ride
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Dumbo is about judgement and intolerance and oppression and unfair discrimination. From what I've seen, most of the time in real life victims of unfair societal views do not end up triumphing over the oppression the way Dumbo does in the movie. But I guess the movie is a message of hope that maybe we can hope to change some of the unfair things about the way society works, so that innocent people like Dumbo and his mother can have freedom. I don't know if the movie Dumbo can make the world a better place--there are a lot of hypocrites who love the movie Dumbo, they love the movie and spend money on it to buy it but they themselves are treating people and animals in rude unfair ways, so they love the movie but they themselves are cruel and bitter and judgemental and so they obviously have no regard for the messages of love and understanding in the movie--but I agree with the people on the DVD that it is one of the most beautiful movies ever made. I wish the movie Dumbo could have an effect on the way people are treated in society. There are so many people living in imposed situations that are not fair, but I guess when life is not fair they have to just go on living while the unfair situation is going on, and that's another message in the movie--Timothy tells Dumbo to go on living even before they learn that there's a way Dumbo can have victory over the situation. Before they ever knew that Dumbo could fly, they were already going to just continue living. I wish this movie could help spread goodness in the world. I love this movie.
There are many distressing scenes as other reviewers have said, but what really bothers my husband more so than me, is that for e.g. in the roustabouts song where they set up the circus, and in the scene where they tie up Dumbo's mommy, the African American roustabouts are not considered worthwhile of being depicted with facial features. I guess it reflects the times when the movie was made. You would watch this with the same advisorys as reading Mark Twain. Its a lovely song, and
overall the movie has the opposite message, of being tolerant to differences in features/characteristics because everyone is special.
I love this movie and always watch with my son, and in the fire scene I explain that they are clowns and pretending, though Dumbo doesn't want to be a clown. Luckily, from the Baby Newton DVD, he already had a much more positive image of clowns. So he seems to be able to understand that its supposed to be funny, though we empathize with Dumbo and rather want to cry. As for the elephants crashing scene etc. well, I can only say that building and breaking up tall towers, crashing cars, etc is a favorite toddler activity :-) And Mommy here always gets a snuggle kiss for the Baby Mine song. My son also noticed that there is no Daddy figure depicted, and I tell him that his Daddy is the same as Mommy and always there for him.
Also containing some DVD extras, included is a historically interesting and nicely delivered separate audio track on the whole film, talking about the various artists who made it, as well as the actors (all uncredited) who supplied the dialogue voicing. Superb film print in this particular DVD issue. Highly recommended!
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The packageing was good. The movie played all the way through with no issues at all!
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