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More Disney dog and cat animated classics available on home video

Disney’s biggest animated movies were released in the 1940s and 50s, when the studio that Walt built brought such colorful animal-themed classics as Dumbo (1941), Bambi (1942), and Lady and the Tramp (1955) to the screen. After One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), Disney saw a lull in animation that lasted until 1989, when The […]

by DogTime Staff
August 22nd, 2012

The Adventures of Tintin is available on home video

Director Steven Spielberg discovered the The Adventures of Tintin comic books after he made Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, and had longed to make a film adaptation of the famous French comic series. Thirty years later, he got his wish.In the comics, Tintin is a young reporter who embarks on a series of […]

by dogtime
March 13th, 2012

Oscar-winner Hugo is available on home video

The Artist may have recently won the most prestigious Oscar categories (including the top prize of Best Picture), but it received the same number of awards – five – as Hugo, which is available on home video today.This story of a young boy who lives in a railway station became notable for dog lovers when […]

by dogtime
February 28th, 2012

Classic Disney dog movie ‘Lady and the Tramp’ is now available on Blu-ray

Looking for a dog movie? Walt Disney Studios loves to cart its classics out of the film vault to retail for a limited time, and then make them unavailable for as long as a decade. With the Blu-ray hi-definition format becoming more widespread, Disney has restored several classics to capitalize on its growing popularity. We’ve […]

by dogtime
February 7th, 2012

Disney “Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws” DVD

Pet Product Review – Disney “Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws” DVDAfter receiving the new Disney Santa Buddies DVD from DogTime Media to review, my daughter and I popped some corn, lit the fireplace and settled in for a heart-warming holiday movie on a cold, snowy day.Here’s the story line, “When Puppy Paws, the […]

by dogtime
December 17th, 2010
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