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Disney's legendary adventure is better than ever as TARZAN bursts onto Blu-ray for the first time ever with spectacular picture and amazing sound. Filled with thrills, laughs, and Academy Award(R)-winning music (Best Music, Original Song, "You'll Be In My Heart," 1999), this family favorite will make you go wild. Disney's magnificent adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' story begins deep within the jungle when baby Tarzan is adopted by a family of gorillas. But his "Two Worlds" collide with the arrival of humans, forcing Tarzan to choose between a "civilized" life with the beautiful Jane and the life he shares with his fun-loving friends and his gorilla family. Enjoy this wild and wonderful adventure in a whole new way on Disney Blu-ray!|With 47 previous movie adaptations, TARZAN(R) is said to be the second most-filmed subject in Hollywood history (topped only by DRACULA) and one of the all-time most popular with moviegoers.|To help prepare them for the film, the directors and a group of artistic supervisors set out on an African safari in March 1996, touring the animal reserves in Kenya, visiting the mountain gorillas in Uganda, and observing Bwindi's Impenetrable Forest.|The city of Tarzana is named after "Tarzan" author Edgar Rice Burroughs' 550-acre Tarzana Ranch, which he later sold to housing developers.|Reportedly, Burroughs was never satisfied with the various screen versions of his book, but according his grandson Danton Burroughs, the Disney version would have pleased his grandfather.
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Some facts about this movie are quite interesting. This is the 48th Tarzan movie and the only one word Tarzan movie. This was the first Disney movie to open at #1 since Pocahontas did it in 1995. Also this was the last movie of Disney's Renaissance era. The movie won an Academy and Golden Globe Award in the category of Best Music, Original Song for the song You'll Be In My Heart by Phil Collins. It also won a Grammy Award for Best Soundtrack Album. In the end Tarzan gets an AAAAA+++++.
A. Trivia Game
B. Read Along
C. Sneak Peek at Disney's Dinosaur
D. Strangers Like Me Music Video with Phil Collins
E. Trashin the Camp: Behind the scenes studio session with 'N Sync and Phil Collins
F. Theatrical Trailer
G. Preview Trailer
a. An Extremely Goofy Movie
b. The Fox and the Hound
c. Toy Story 2
H. DVD-ROM Features
A. Spoken Languages
B. Captions and Subtitles
C. Return to Film
A. An Extremely Goofy Movie
B. Toy Story 2
C. The Little Mermaid II Return to the Sea
A. Strangers Like Me Music Video with Phil Collins
B. Trashin the Camp: Behind the scenes studio session with 'N Sync and Phil Collins
On the technical side the transfer to DVD is flawless. Video and audio are well synched with no drop outs or jumps. One small annoyance. The DVD forces you to sit through untold previews of up and coming Disney attractions, web sites, advertising, etc. You can only keep pressing your fast forward button to get to the end of them. Thankfully they seemed to have gotten away from that in later releases (Emporers New Groove)