Disney Announces Plans To Put “Bambi” And “Beauty And The Beast” DVDs in Disney Vault

Time is running out for fans to own two of Disney’s beloved animated hits on Blu-ray â„¢ and DVD Combo Pack. Beauty And The Beast: Diamond Edition and Bambi: Diamond Edition will return to the Disney Vault — on April 30, 2012.

One of the most critically acclaimed animated films of all time, Beauty And The Beast is a favorite for all ages. The Diamond Edition was spectacularly restored using the latest digital technology, including the release of the film on spectacular Disney 3D, bringing the characters, sound and storyline to a whole new immersive dimension. The ‘tale as old as time,’ Beauty And The Beast continues to resonate with millions of adoring fans around the world, and is a story to be enjoyed time and time again.

Generations of Disney fans have fallen in love with Bambi since its premiere in 1942. It’s the endearing tale of a young fawn that learns valuable life lessons about friendship, love and the miracle of life. This Bambi Diamond Edition was developed with families in mind, providing the ultimate, interactive home entertainment experience featuring an enhanced digital restoration, including picture and sound, that includes games, activities and more for the whole family. Named one of the top animated films of all time by the American Film Institute (AFI’s “10 Top 10,” 2008), Bambi is a timeless film that no film collection is complete without.

Featuring heartwarming stories and lovable characters, these classic, animated titles will only be available through April 30, 2012, from The Walt Disney Studios.

In addition to these Diamond Edition titles, time is also ticking for the chance to own a copy of:

• Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas Special Edition
• Beauty And The Beast: Belle’s Magical World Special Edition
• Bambi II: Special Edition


  • Thomas Anderson

    Basically they are saying. From hence forth you must pirate this DVD because we don’t want anymore profits. That vault worked when The internet didn’t make this easy. Not it’s just bad business.