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Back in January 1992, Disney planned to use the title "The Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective", until it was re-released in theaters on February 14, 1992, then later on VHS on July 17, 1992 and on CAV Laserdisc have the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video Logo then CLV Laserdisc have the 1989 Walt Disney Classics logo. The Great Mouse Detective was last seen in stores in this format on April 30, 1993.


Synopsis

When a lovable London toymaker is kidnapped, his daughter turns to none other than legendary super-sleuth, Basil of Baker Street, setting the stage for one of Disney's most entertaining and fast paced musical adventures. Basil's jolly assistant, Dr. Dawson, and the loyal dog Toby lend a hand nd a nose as they sniff out clues through a charming miniature world.  The chase leads to the notorious Professor Ratigan (Vincent Price) -- a ruthless rat whom basil must outwit to save all of mousedom! Full of colorful characters and spectacular animation highlighted by a cinematic climb to the top of Big Ben -- it's no secret why you'll love Disney's greatest little mystery in history!

Advertised on:

  1. 101 Dalmatians (1992 VHS)
  2. The Rescuers (1992 VHS)
  3. So Dear to My Heart (1992 VHS)

VHS Supplements

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2 Sneak preview #2 for Aladdin March 1992
3 Feature Presentation Q4 1991
4 Walt Disney Classics logo January 1992
6 The Great Mouse Detective (restored verison) February 1992
7 Video preview of The Rescuers March 1992
8 Video preview of Beauty and the Beast January 1992

In Other Countries

Country of origin Release date
UK October 1992
Australia October 1, 1993

Television broadcasts

Upon moratorium of the 1992 VHS, The Great Mouse Detective premiered on the Disney Channel on August 1, 1993. It aired through October.

Websites

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