The ultimate Blu-ray Disney box set is on its way and I don’t care how much it costs

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If you're mad about Disney movies, November's Disney Legacy Animated Film Collection is going to be home theater heaven. The 100-film Blu-ray collection includes all your favorites from the 1930s classic Snow White to 2023's Elemental and all the good ones in between: it's all killer and not much filler.

The price is a bit of a killer too, though. According to The Wrap, the collection will cost an eye-watering $1,500. But if you've got one of the best 4K Blu-ray players and one of the best TVs or best 4K projectors, then you're already probably likely invested in getting the best so this is probably worth saving for.   

Disney Legacy Animated Film Collection: what it is and why you'll want it 

As you can see from the video above, it's beautifully presented: the collection unfolds into a storybook, includes original poster designs, comes with a certificate of authenticity and even gives you a set of crystal Mickey Mouse ears. There are also digital codes for every movie.

The collection seems to be well curated: there's none of the best-forgotten straight-to-video nonsense you'll find in bargain bins. Instead you get a pristine collection of Disney classics, Pixar favorites and some nice inclusions from DisneyToon Studios. 

The collection also includes some of the best Disney Plus movies like The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach and the brilliant Frankenweenie, as well as recent Pixars such as Soul, Luca and Turning Red. 

Here's the full list, courtesy of The Wrap:

1.         Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (1937)

2.         Pinocchio (1940)

3.         Fantasia (1940)

4.         Dumbo (1941)

5.         Bambi (1942)

Disney Legacy Animated Film Collection

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