This holiday season, the Walt Disney Company is offering twenty of their greatest animated classics on DVD, for less than $1 per film. Let’s see…there’s ALADDIN and JUNGLE BOOK and CINDERELLA and SLEEPING BEAUTY and ALICE IN WONDERLAND and… hey wait… wait one second! I don’t remember the Genie from ALADDIN being yellow? And since when does Ariel from THE LITTLE MERMAID have a pet dolphin? Could it be that another company is producing animated films based on the same public domain fairy tales that Disney uses. Geez, what are the odds of that happening? On a related note, I’m wondering if any states consider it child abuse if you force your kids to watch these GoodTimes versions of Disney films.