Sleeping Beauty [Special Edition] [2 Discs]


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Disney produced this lavish animated fairy tale, the most expensive cartoon ever made up to its release with a budget of $6 million. When the young princess Aurora is cursed at birth by the evil fairy Maleficent, the baby is kidnapped by a trio of good fairies who raise the girl themselves, hoping to avoid the spell's fulfillment. Nevertheless, at the age of 16, the beautiful Aurora falls into a deep sleep that can only be awakened by a kiss from her betrothed, Prince Phillip. Knowing that Phillip intends to save Aurora, Maleficent takes him prisoner. When the good fairies launch a rescue attempt, Maleficent transforms herself into a spectacular fire-breathing dragon, forcing Phillip to defeat her in mortal combat. Sleeping Beauty (1959) was Oscar nominated for its musical score, which featured adaptations of Tchaikovsky compositions. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

Product Details

Release Date
Walt Disney Video
Aspect Ratio
1.33:1 -- Pre-1954 Standard (4x3)
MPAA Rating
G -- General audience
1 hour, 15 minutes
  • Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
  • THX-Certified Mastering
  • USA & territories, Canada
  • English
Video Features
  • ccCommentary track hosted by Disney historian Jeff Kurtti, with many of the film's animators, voice actor Mary Costa, and others
  • Rescue Aurora game
  • All-new music video by hit pop group No Secrets
  • Exclusive Disney art project
  • Singalong song with Sleeping Beauty
  • Academy Award-winning short "Grand Canyon"
  • All-new state-of-the-art digital picture and sound
  • Dolby Digital 5.1
  • THX-certified
  • Widescreen to fullscreen comparison
  • Sing along song "Once Upon a Dream"
  • The Design: Leonard Maltin and others shair their thoughts on the unique design of the film
  • 3-D virtual art galleries
  • Original story reels
  • Sleeping Beauty ink and paint game
  • The music - Mary Costa, the voice of Aurora, reminisces about Walt Disney and singing for the film
Number of Discs