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I went to go buy the DVD at Walmart today. I finally found it in the front of the store (I expected it in the back where all the DVDs/Blu-Rays are), and guess how much it was? $19.96. It was JUST the DVD. The DVD with the movie and one bonus feature that was already available. I honestly can't even imagine how much the Blu-Ray would be. It just shows how much Disney has gone up with their DVD prices.
Wow, that's really way too high, it's basically just the film, though that alone is worth it for me. On Amazon the DVD is $14.96, and even that isn't exactly a reasonable price. I think it should be $9.99 for the DVD and $19.99 for the Blu-Ray.
I know, it's one thing to make a movie on DVD with one lousy special feature for $20, as a matter a fact you can get any one season of TMS on DVD for about the same price, that's 24 half-hour long episodes, and three top-notch special features. If Disney's going to make us pay that much for a DVD then at least stop giving DVD owners a raw deal, I mean you don't have to put the extended cut and all that on the DVD, but at least maybe Rizzo's Biggest Fan and Frog-E-Oke. So, did you buy the DVD?