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For its 60th anniversary, Dumbo was announced for a DVD release (and its last VHS release ever) in June 2001, which was released on October 23, 2001. The DVD was discontinued in the summer of 2005, before being replaced by a new Big Top Edition.

A proposed sequel, titled Dumbo II, was mentioned at the end of this video, but the film's production was canceled by John Lasseter from Pixar Animation Studios.

SynopsisEdit

One of Disney's greatest classics, Dumbo is the timeless inspirational tale of courage, loyalty and triumph. Now, to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of this beloved high-flying adventure, Dumbo makes his first flight onto DVD, digitally restored and remastered to the original glory that captures the hearts of audiences all over the world.

With a "Big Top" full of bonus features, there's something for audiences of all ages to enjoy. Featuring an all-new rendition of "Baby Mine" performed by Michael Crawford, Disney's "Celebrating Dumbo" featurette, two Sing-Along Songs and two animated shorts -- plus an exclusive sneak peek at Disney's Dumbo II and more -- this Special 60th Anniversary Edition of the timeless Disney favorite soars to greater heights than ever before!

SupplementsEdit

VHSEdit

Video Creation date
1 Blue warning screens April 2000
2 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo June 2001
3 Return to Never Land Teaser Trailer August 2001
4 Trailer for Cinderella II: Dreams Come True June 2001
5 Trailer for Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse June 2001
6 Trailer for Whispers: An Elephant's Tale August 2001
7 Feature Presentation November 1999
8 Dumbo October 1941
9 Trailer for Peter Pan August 2001
10 Trailer for Rolie Polie Olie: A Jingle Jangle Holiday August 2001
11 An exclusive look at "Dumbo II" August 2001
12 Music video August 2001

DVDEdit

  • Audio Commentary
  • Michael Crawford "Baby Mine" Music Video - As Heard On "Michael Crawford: The Disney Album"
  • Exclusive Look At Dumbo II
  • Dumbo Art Gallery - Rare and Never-Before-Seen Concept Art
  • Original Walt Disney TV Introduction
  • Celebrating Dumbo Featurette: The Origins And History Of Dumbo
  • Sound Design: Creating The Voice Of "Casey Jr."
  • Dumbo DVD Storybook
  • Animated Shorts: Elmer Elephant and The Flying Mouse
  • Sing-Along Songs: "Look Out For Mr. Stork" and "Casey Jr."
  • Publicity Materials
  • DVD-ROM Weblinks

In Other CountriesEdit

Country of origin Release date
Japan July 19, 2002
South Korea November 15, 2002

Television broadcastsEdit

During the DVD's sales, Dumbo aired on the Disney Channel from May 20, 2003 to February 6, 2005, but never aired in 2004. 

WebsitesEdit

GalleryEdit

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