The Princess And The Frog Announced for Blu-ray

Disney’s latest box office hit has received a date for Blu-ray release, March 16th 2010. Dashing its way to your home entertainment system will be another illustrious release with Disney blu-ray treatment. If you’re an early adopter then perhaps you have or haven’t noticed that Disney tends to put quite a bit into their releases especially their new releases so this one like those of recent will be sure to please. Tech Specs are listed below.

Bonus Features

• Deleted Scenes

• Audio Commentary by John Musker and Ron Clements (co-writers and directors) and Peter Del Vecho (producer)

• “Never Knew I Needed”- Music video by Ne-Yo

Games and Activities

• What Do You See: Princess Portraits — A bayou-style quiz tests viewers’ knowledge of all of Disney’s beautiful princesses. Ray’s firefly family creates twinkling portraits of each princess and if the player correctly identifies her, they can enjoy a tongue-cheek mini re-telling of that character’s story.

• Magic In The Bayou: The Making of A Princess — Co-writers and directors John Musker and Ron Clements take a freewheeling, behind-the-scenes look at the making of Disney’s newest animated film as it grows from an initial concept to a lavish animated film set in the enchanting world of New Orleans and the surrounding bayous.

• The Return To Hand Drawn Animation
• The Disney Legacy

• Disney’s Newest Princess

• The Princess and the Animator

• Conjuring The Villain

• A Return To The Animated Musical

• Bringing Life to Animation with an introduction by John Musker and Ron Clements.

• Deleted Scenes introduced by the filmmakers

• Art Galleries — A collection of storyboard art traces the visual development of The Princess and the Frog’s rich gallery of characters and settings.

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