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Homeward Bound - The Incredible Journey / Homeward Bound II - Lost In San Francisco

4.9 out of 5 stars 274 customer reviews

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HOMEWARD BOUND: THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY: This thrilling and thoroughly captivating theatrical hit from Disney has become an instant favorite with audiences of all ages. You'll lose your heart to Chance, a fun-loving American bulldog pup; Sassy, a hilarious Himalayan cat who lives up to her name; and Shadow, a wise old golden retriever -- all of whom express themselves with very familiar human voices! The adventure begins when the loving owners of these irresistible pets are forced to leave them in the temporary care of a friend who lives hundreds of miles away. But after several days, the worried animals begin to think their family must be in trouble, so they decide to head for home. On their incredible journey across the ruggedly beautiful Sierras, they encounter unexpected surprises from man, beast, and nature alike. It's an unforgettable story of love, courage, and devotion that will delight and inspire generations to come!~~HOMEWARD BOUND II: LOST IN SAN FRANCISCO: Your favorite trio of talking animals is back in this action-packed Disney adventure that'll have the whole family bursting with excitement and laughter! Michael J. Fox, Sally Field, and Ralph Waite supply the voices of Chance, the American bulldog; Sassy, the Himalayan cat; and Shadow, the golden retriever -- and Sinbad speaks for their newfound canine friend, Riley -- in this critically acclaimed sequel to Disney's now-classic HOMEWARD BOUND: THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY. When the pets accidentally get separated from their vacationing owners, Chance, Shadow, and Sassy navigate the mean streets of San Francisco, trying to find their home across the Golden Gate Bridge. But the road is blocked by a series of hazards, both man and beast. It's another incredible journey for three very brave, very lovable pets, in a thrilling, funny adventure that's 'bound to please' (New York Post) the entire family!

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  • Actors: Michael J. Fox, Sally Field, Don Ameche, Anne Christianson, Ted D'Arms
  • Directors: Duwayne Dunham, David R. Ellis
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 10, 2008
  • Run Time: 173 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (274 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Y11B7G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Just a technical review: Two disc collection. The first movie is in FULL SCREEN (why why oh why???), has a theatrical trailer. The second movie is in widescreen and has no trailer. The first disc is clearly a first edition from WB as it has the design of their early discs, nice silkscreened with a pale coating that lets the title and info be readable, while the second is a "picture" disc with all artwork pasted on the disc. Seems like a rushed thing to make this double-pack which could have been done better in my opinion.
Still, good value.
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I still want the original The Incredible Journey with animals named as they were in the book, but for now, these two movies will do. The first movie follows the same action as The Incredible Journey, only the older dog is not the bull terrier but a golden retriever named Shadow. The bull terrier is now Chance, a pitbull, and the Siamese is a Himalayan named Sassy. They also have voices supplied by Don Ameche, Michael J. Fox, and Sally Field. That part I do not like although the dialog is funny, especially the spats between Chance and Sassy, with Shadow as the peacemaker. We see more of them in Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco where they are taken in by a group of dogs led by Reilly who was tossed aside as a tiny pup on Christmas Day, and a pretty female who takes a shine to Chance. In both movies they are separated from their owners and take different journeys to find them. I liked Lost in San Francisco better, perhaps because it was a new plot and the female, Delilah, was shown that not all humans are bad. The locations are beautiful to watch and the second movie showed me what my mother's favorite city looks like. I do enjoy watching both movies, but would still like to own the original as well.
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I have an older copy of the first Homeward Bound movie on VHS tape and my grandchildren ask to watch it constantly. I still have tapes and VHS players in my home, but they only have DVD at home. So, I thought I would get them both movies on DVD to use at home - and drive their parents crazy, too, with constant watching of the talking animals!! The DVDs are great - no flaws - and are working just fine. It was a good purchase with very fast delivery.
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There's an older movie that Homeward Bound was based on. It is called "The Incredible Journey." Some people say that movie is better, and maybe it is. I definitely intend to find out. I've seen some movies on Youtube, maybe it will be there. If it is, I'll definitely watch it.

The first Homeward Bound movie definitely had some touching moments. The most touching moment that gripped my heart was a scene at the end when the pets were almost home. These animals were excellent actors. The way they acted on the movie fit really well with their voice overs. The characters were wonderful in these movies.

"Sassy" the beautiful Himalayan cat, was a hilarious character in this movie, basically because of her sarcastic wit. She can also be very kind when she wants to be. Especially in the scene where the dog named Chance gets smacked in the face by the tail of a porcupine. (Ouch!) Sassy tries to get the Porcupine needles out of her friend with her teeth, but doesn't succeed because they are in too deep. Or when a young child was lost and scared, Sassy and the dogs kept the child warm until her parents found her.

"Shadow" is the name of the older dog. He's a Golden Retriever and he's very wise, and very loving, both with his animal friends, and his human friends.

"Chance" is an American Bulldog with a lot of energy and an insatiable curiosity about things that he never knew existed. His curiosity gets him into trouble, like when he wanted to sniff the porcupine. He also almost got in trouble with a huge bear, but ran away from it quickly enough to save himself.

In this film, there is a family that is combined by marriage. After the wedding, the family goes on a trip and they decide to leave the animals on a ranch with a friend of theirs.
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My daughters loved this movie when they were little, so I got it for my grandsons, hoping it would capture their attention, as well. I wasn't sure, because kids today are accustomed to a lot of action and special effects. I was pleasantly surprised that my 9 year old grandson was completely engrossed in it, and even the 2 & 3 year olds watched the first half without getting up, then watched the rest in spurts. The next morning the 9 year old was up early and watched part two! I was happy to see that a good story can still capture the interest of a child used to things morphing and blowing up! :)
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I loved the original Incredible Journey and was a little skeptic when the remake, Homeward Bound, came out. I'm NOT anymore. I fell in love with the new one from the opening scene to the end credits. The combination of Sally Fields, Michael J Fox and the late, great Don Ameche as Sassy, Chance and Shadow is a combination that can't be beat. I laughed and cried from beginning to end, and sometimes I laughed until the tears ran. It followed the story line of the original, but updated for the 21st century.

When Lost in San Francisco came out I JUST HAD to see it. Sally Field and Michael J Fox reprised their rolls as Sassy and Chance and Ralph Waite came onboard as Shadow with the unfortunate passing of the GREAT Don Ameche. Ralph did a FANTASTIC job of becoming Shadow and they formed a solid base for the movie and the good times began again! A new cast of canine characters was introduced and they blended into the story perfectly. Homeward II was just as good as Homeward Bound and I laughed my way through the movie and totally enjoyed myself from beginning to end.

I've wanted both movies and when I saw that they had been released in a double movie collection I just HAD TO HAVE THEM!!! I watched them as soon as they arrived and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND these movies to everyone!!!
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