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Fantasia 2000

Fantasia 2000

Theatrical Release Date:
December 31, 1999
DVD Release Date:
November 14, 2000
Number of Discs:
1
Running Time:
minutes
Languages:
English, French
Ratings:
USA:G
Canada:G



Disney animators and filmmakers have again burst the boundaries of imagination with FANTASIA 2000. Fulfilling Walt Disney's original vision of uniquely fusing sight and sound in a full-length motion picture, this film begins where its predecessor, FANTASIA, left off, with seven completely new segments and the return of the popular "The Sorcerer's Apprentice." In this fun-filled movie, breathtaking images are coupled with classical music favorites. From Beethoven to Gershwin -- from flamingos bobbing yo-yos to a city in bluesy motion -- vivid animation brings the music of the masters to colorful life. Sixty years after the original masterpiece, Roy E. Disney has orchestrated a brilliant collaboration of more than 1,200 artists and technicians, including the animators of THE LION KING, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, and ALADDIN -- to present FANTASIA 2000, a film filled with "dazzling moments" (The New York Times) and "arguably the greatest Disney film ever" (KNX/CBS Radio), that is sure to captivate viewers of all ages!


  • Audio Commentary By Executive Producer Roy E. Disney, Conductor James Levine, And Producer Don Ernst
  • Audio Commentary By Segment Directors And Art Directors
  • Animated Short "Melody"
  • Academy Award®-Winning Animated Short, "Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom"
  • Showcase Program Featuring Exciting Clips From FANTASIA 2000!
  • Special FANTASIA 2000 Commemorative Booklet
  • Digital-To-Digital Transfer


  • Color
  • 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Region 1
  • THX-Certified, Including THX Optimode
  • Dolby 5.1 Digital



As Himself
Steve Martin

As Himself
Itzhak Perlman

As Himself
Quincy Jones

Hostess
Bette Midler

As Himself
James Earl Jones


Host
Teller

As Himself
James Levine

Hostess
Angela Lansbury

Mickey Mouse
Wayne Allwine

Daisy Duck
Russi Taylor

Donald Duck
Tony Anselmo


Conductor
Leopold Stokowski

Pianist
Ralph Grierson

Featured Soprano
Kathleen Battle

Pianist
Yefim Bronfman