If you're like me and haven't upgraded your entertainment systems yet, you'll be pleased to know that this special edition includes not only a Blu-ray disc but also a DVD so you can still enjoy the enhanced picture and sound quality of the all-new digital restoration– even if you're a slow adopter of new technology… if you already own the movie on DVD or VHS, you can upgrade to the new Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition with a $10 off coupon through October 20th: click here for details.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition also includes bonus features like an all-new music video by Tiffany Thornton and a sneak peek of the highly anticipated upcoming Disney release The Princess and The Frog.
We watched the DVD disc from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition tonight and both kids enjoyed it, even if Jasper thought there could have been WAY more robots. He did like all of the woodland creatures a lot and the magic mirror. Roo is at the age where she likes to point out that way more gory stuff happens in the original Brothers Grimm fairy tale but also visibly swooned when Prince Charming kisses Snow White back to life at the end. Seriously, she grabbed the remote and made us watch it two more times. Kindergartners are such romantics!
The Disney Blu-ray Upgrade Program is making it possible for you to keep your family's favorite movies up-to-date as technology advances:
Thanks to One2One Network for providing me with a complimentary copy of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition to watch and review. I was not compensated for this review but will be eligible to win a gift card or collectible Snow White memorabilia for writing it. Just so you know.