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When The Aristocats celebrated its near 25th anniversary on December 18, 1995, it was announced by Disney for a VHS release with a date of April 24, 1996. At that time, March 17, 1996 was declared as "St. Catrick's Day".

SynopsisEdit

Disney's 20th full-length animated masterpiece, The Aristocats is an unforgettable mix of wild adventures, colorful characters and jazzy music your family will find absolutely irresistible. A timeless treasure, it was the last animated feature to get the nod from Walt Disney himself. this enchanting tale begins in Paris, when a kind and eccentric millionaires wills her entire estate to her family -- a family of adorable high-society cats. Overhearing her plan, Edgar, the greedy, bumbling butler, catnaps Duchess, the elegant, soft-spoken mother, and her three mischievous kittens and abandons them in the French countryside. The charming Thomas O'Malley, a rough-and-tumble alley cat, saunters by and offers to escort then home. Along the way, the stop at Thomas' "pad" where Scat Cat and his band of swingin' jazz cats perform the memorable "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat." Enriched by "high-style Disney animation" (the New Yorker) and engaging music by Academy Award® winning songwriters, the Sherman brothers (Mary Poppins), The Aristocats can now take its well deserved place in your family's collection of Disney masterpieces -- for the very first time.

VHS SupplementsEdit

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2 Walt Disney World promo February 1996
3 Promo for Toy Story video games February 1996
4 Sneak peek at The Hunchback of Notre Dame February 1996
5 Video preview for Muppet Treasure Island February 1996
6 Trailer for Tom and Huck February 1996
7 Video preview for Aladdin and the King of Thieves February 1996
8 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo September 1994
9 Full Screen Format Disclaimer January 1994
10 The Aristocats (restored version) December 1995

Advertised on:Edit

  1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1994 VHS) (UK version)
  2. The Lion King (1995 VHS)
  3. Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventure (1995 VHS)
  4. Man of the House (1996 VHS)
  5. Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (1996 VHS)
  6. Heavyweights (1996 VHS)
  7. Pocahontas (1996 VHS)
  8. Toy Story (1996 VHS) (Japanese and Southeast Asian versions)
  9. 101 Dalmatians (1995 VHS) (Venezuelan Version)

In Other CountriesEdit

Country of origin Release date
Italy February 1994
UK March 1995
France Q2 1995
USA (Spanish dub) April 24, 1996
Japan April 25, 1997
Brazil May 1997
South Korea July 13, 1999

Notice: The Aristocats was released on VHS in Australia in September 1995, the same date as The Lion King (1994).

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