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Oliver and Company: 20th Anniversary Edition (Bilingual)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Billy Joel, Joey Lawrence, Robert Loggia, Cheech Marin, Dom DeLuise
  • Directors: Dan Hansen, George Scribner
  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, NTSC, Special Edition, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Feb. 3 2009
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001ILFUD2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,446 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Product Description

Experience a magical adventure, filled with friendship, fun and "paws-itively" cool music in the new 20th Anniversary Edition DVD of Walt Disney's OLIVER AND COMPANY -- featuring tail-wagging bonus and new digital mastering! Oliver, a feisty young cat, explores New York in this thrilling animated classic cleverly based on Charles Dickens' timeless story, OLIVER TWIST -- featuring unforgettable songs performed by musical greats Billy Joel, Huey Lewis and Bette Midler! Joined by a pack of hilarious characters -- dogs Dodger, Tito and their pals -- Oliver knows he's found a lifelong friend and a real home. The new 20th Anniversary Edition includes the all-new Oliver's Big City Challenge Game, the Academy Award(R)-winning animated short "Lend A Paw" (1941, Short Subject, Cartoon) and much more! Hightail it to your home theater for a fun and exciting movie-watching experience your family will enjoy again and again!


Vivez une aventure magique d'ébordant d'amitié, de joie et de musique épatante avec le nouveau DVD Édition 20e anniversaire d'OLIVER ET COMPAGNIE de Walt Disney comprenant des suppléments qui ont du chien et une nouvelle gravure numérique! Oliver, un chaton espiègle, explore New York dans ce classique d'animation palpitant adroitement adapté d'OLIVER TWIST, le récit impérissable de Charles Dickens, avec des chansons inoubliables interprétées par les grands noms de la musique Billy Joel, Huey Lewis et Bette Midler! Accompagné d'une meute de personnages hilarants -- les chiens Dodger, Tito et leurs copains --, Oliver apprend que les plus forts survivent en s'accrochant à leurs rêves. Quand il est adopté par Jenny, Oliver sait qu'il a trouvé une amie pour la vie et un vrai fover. La nouvelle Édition 20e anniversaire comprend le jeu inédit de défi d'Oliver dans la grande ville, le court métrage d'animation gagnant des Academy Award(MD) "Lend A Paw" et bien davantage! Ne tardez pas à ajouter à votre collection ce film tordant et captivant que votre famille voudra revoir encore et encore!


Disney does Dickens in this animated version of Oliver Twist, in which a homeless New York City cat falls in with a bunch of mischievous dogs under the leadership of the appealing scoundrel Fagin. The roots of Disney's success with animation in the '90s begins with this clever, energetic, atmospheric movie, which succeeds in capturing the grim world Dickens conjured. Lyricist Howard Ashman (The Little Mermaid) worked on the songs, the best of which is sung by Billy Joel, who provides the voice of (the Artful) Dodger. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Customer Reviews

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Oliver & Company is a new twist on an Old story. This one has a little flare and music with a lot of personality. The story is around the street of New York City. And to let you know the emotional impact, it opens with an animated aerial view of the Manhattan Skyline - which includes the World Trade Center buildings. (This movie was made in 1988)
My favorite character - besides Oliver's innocence, is Bette Midler and Cheech Marin. They steel the scenes with their wit and humor. Very sharp and emotional are their deliveries of the lines.
The kids will relate to the young girl finding her new kitten and the adults can relate to those every threatening debts we all seem to have. The music is fun, but not consistent. (By this I mean all the songs are from different writers - there is no common thread in the music and songs.)
I enjoyed this movie a lot. My favorite Disney of all time is still The Little Mermaid. The DVD Extras are great for the kids and the behinds the scenes the adults will find interesting.
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Before the success of such phenomenal Disney musicals like Beauty and the Beast and the Little Mermaid, Oliver & Company came along. This film totally embodies the eighties with its music, voice talent, and art direction. The music is very good. The songs are very hip and cool. The animation is exciting, and the plot grabs you and sometimes you feel as if you are watching a regular caper movie than an animated film. An exciting Disney ride that is fun for everybody. I highly reccomend this film.
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In the 1980's the Disney studios released a handful of very good animated features, but the one given the most credit is The Little Mermaid. Oliver and company was released a year or so before the Little Mermaid (though many people believe the re-release was the original release, same goes for Great Mouse Detective). This rendition of Oliver Twist replaces the main character with an abandoned Kitten in 1980's New York. The story is pretty simple, but well executed with great songs, and an 80's favorite of mine, Billy Joel, as the canine version of the Artful Dodger. Changing the characters to adorable, modernized animals in my opinion was a great boost to the original story, in making it much easier to stick with without getting bored. I can watch any and all versions of a Christmas Carol without blinking, but it's easier to be picky with Dicken's other works. Disney once again uses it's enormous ability at improving stories and comes out with a very cute and entertaining film well worth owning on DVD. I'm glad to see it's finally being released in this format, and even happier to see that it will be including several of the kind of extras I LOVE getting on Disney DVD's. They're making major improvements compared to their first DVD releases which had NO extras. I'm looking forward to seeing more and more Disney Titles on DVD, especially the classic stuff, and the difficult to find old television stuff that can only be caught on the Disney Channel on ocassion if at all. I only wish they would stop the editing they sometimes do to their classic films because of stupid Political Correctness. Tampering with TV and movie history is equal with book burning!
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This Disney release is a joy - especially considering the poor film-only DVD releases of late on Region 2 format.
Oliver and Company has been given a quality treatment and the DVD boasts the new technology with an animated menu and sound (not just a static picture). From the menu you can choose your various options including the well-endowed Bonus Features section.
The Bonus Features are fitting and plentiful including a lovely animated short (cartoon) called 'Puss Café' from Disney's Golden Age. The 14 page extensive gallery with conceptual art, character development and layouts makes for good viewing and is a rare peak in to the wonderful making of the film progress which is also documented in an ample featurette.
In addition to these features Disney have also included a short featurette on the theatrical re-release of the film as well as a featurette on the animation of Disney animals throughout Disney history - a gem of a bonus on this disc.
In true Disney style, as on R1 DVD releases, the DVD also has two Sing Along features.
The presentation, detail and consideration that has gone in to this DVD release sets a high standard for the new wave of UK DVDs from Disney. The included documentaries feature interviews with Bette Midler and Billy Joel et al. and are padded with interesting information which fans will welcome.
This film is a historic one for Disney - just note the trial of CGI and rebirth of Disney magic under the omniscient eye of Roy Disney in his foundation attempts to regain dwindling love for the House of Mouse.
A winning feature with no flaws - and many paws.
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This is a very good movie! I did not realize that there are two versions of this movie. I must not have remembered the movie very well, so I thought it could be a different version. Apparently, both the 1988 and the 2008 versions are similar. It has quite a few good songs and is mostly appropriate for children. I like the Good Company song (that I did not expect to be on it). I love the song Once Upon a Time in New York City. I like how in both Oliver & Company and in Annie, Oliver has a big fancy house on 5th Avenue.

Overall, this is this is probably my second favorite movie after Annie. I also like the Little Princess and the Secret Garden. I do not like violence or bad language, so it was nice that there was not much fighting. I love songs and musicals, which is important in making this a good movie. Having a few words in Spanish and French made it more interesting as I love languages. There is also a happy ending that teaches good morals.
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