Chicken Little (Blu-ray SteelBook) (Zavvi Exclusive) [UK]

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Mar 24, 2013
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Release date: December 3, 2018
Purchase link: Zavvi (Pre-order November 4 at 6 PM UK time)
Price: £18.99

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dfoles

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is this part of the Disney Collection?
 
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Never seen this one and it's one of the few Disney titles I've never really been interested in but I'll pick it up for the collection

Rather bland for a Disney release
 

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Was hoping for something better but still happy to add to the collection
 
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Good lord . I know it's considered a classic by Disney but this sshould be way down everyones list of priorities for release
 
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Good lord . I know it's considered a classic by Disney but this sshould be way down everyones list of priorities for release
In truth not that many of the 55 numbered classics left to release . . .

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from the 2010s

3
from the 2000s):-
FANTASIA 2000 (38)
HOME ON THE RANGE (44)
THE WILD (46)

0
from the 1990s

2
from the 1980s: -
THE BLACK CAUDRON (25 )
OLIVER & COMPANY (27)

1
from the 1970s:-
THE MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH (22)

0
from the 1960s

0
from the 1950s

6
from the 1940s:-
SALUDOS AMIGOS (6)
THE THREE CABALLEROS (7)
MAKE MINE MUSIC (8)
FUN & FANCY FREE (9)
MELODY TIME (10)
THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD (11)

0 from the 1930s

. . . although of course many to re-release (lol) . . . as a Disney numbered classic CHICKEN LITTLE has as much right of a steelbook release as any of the other (better) films:-
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The Disney 'ages/eras':-
1 - 5: THE GOLDEN AGE
6 - 11: THE PACKAGE ERA
12 - 16: THE SILVER AGE
17 - 19: THE TRANSITION ERA
20 - 27: THE BRONZE AGE
28 - 37: RENAISSANCE
38 - 48: POST-RENAISSANCE
49 - 55: REVIVAL
 
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This one was at the bottom of my list for a steelbook release but still necessary to complete the collection.
Give us Oliver & Company and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh next!
 
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This one was at the bottom of my list for a steelbook release but still necessary to complete the collection.
Give us Oliver & Company and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh next!
My thoughts exactly
 

mgoode20061

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This before Oliver and Company? Or Ichabod and Mr. Toad? Probably the first one I will not get (I already broke my set by selling one off).
 

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Very suitable art for the movie... Simple and uncluttered... Quite like bolt. I enjoyed this movie so will definitely be preordering
 
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I collect all the Disney Classics in steelbook form so it makes no odds to me what order they come out in.

All I really want is for a full set, and, for Dinosaur (which I count) to be announced before The Wild (which I don't) so I don't have to buy the latter.
 
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Pretty basic with the artwork...the blue is to similar to the Meet the Robinsons one

Since it was about aliens and the like I would have probably had a night skin black/purple background with a star infested sky

However looking at the posters online there isn't many for this title...nothing that really scream "Put me on a Steelbook RIGHT THIS MINUTE"



 
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Yes "Chicken Little - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook (The Disney Collection #45)"

Now we waiting for a second title ;)
Just one pre-order this weekend
 

yeslek

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no 3D so same hassle and faff as with Meet the Robinsons for me - will definitely be waiting for a price drop on this. No more than a tenner as the movie isnt that great (where as I really liked Meet the Robinsons by comparisson)


simple art but nice n cute
Very suitable art for the movie... Simple and uncluttered... Quite like bolt. I enjoyed this movie so will definitely be preordering
Pretty basic with the artwork...the blue is to similar to the Meet the Robinsons one

Since it was about aliens and the like I would have probably had a night skin black/purple background with a star infested sky

However looking at the posters online there isn't many for this title...nothing that really scream "Put me on a Steelbook RIGHT THIS MINUTE"



am usually all for simple artwork but even I think this is lazy and sloppy
 
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In truth not that many of the 55 numbered classics left to release . . .

0
from the 2010s

3
from the 2000s):-
FANTASIA 2000 (38)
HOME ON THE RANGE (44)
THE WILD (46)

0
from the 1990s

2
from the 1980s: -
THE BLACK CAUDRON (25 )
OLIVER & COMPANY (27)

1
from the 1970s:-
THE MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH (22)

0
from the 1960s

0
from the 1950s

6
from the 1940s:-
SALUDOS AMIGOS (6)
THE THREE CABALLEROS (7)
MAKE MINE MUSIC (8)
FUN & FANCY FREE (9)
MELODY TIME (10)
THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD (11)

0 from the 1930s

. . . although of course many to re-release (lol) . . . as a Disney numbered classic CHICKEN LITTLE has as much right of a steelbook release as any of the other (better) films:-
-----------------------------------------------------------------
The Disney 'ages/eras':-
1 - 5: THE GOLDEN AGE
6 - 11: THE PACKAGE ERA
12 - 16: THE SILVER AGE
17 - 19: THE TRANSITION ERA
20 - 27: THE BRONZE AGE
28 - 37: RENAISSANCE
38 - 48: POST-RENAISSANCE
49 - 55: REVIVAL
I'd like to see Winnie the Pooh and Ichabod and Mr. Toad up next.