I’m so excited: Disney’s Peter Pan Diamond Edition flies out of the Disney vault an onto DVD & BluRay on February 6, 2013!
In case you couldn’t tell by the picture above, we have a HUGE Peter Pan fan in our family 😉
My little man’s Peter Pan fascination was brought to life on a deeper level during our recent Disney Cruise on the Disney Magic.
Since my daughter was dressing up to meet all the princesses, Britton wanted to dress up in his Peter Pan costume. While waiting in line, he received a TOTALLY surprise visit!
I mean really, does it get much cuter than that?
I think Britton thought Peter Pan was going to ask him to fly around the boat with him…not so much.
But luckily, we did have the new Peter Pan Diamond Edition Blu-Ray + DVD waiting for him when he got home!
What I really love about the Diamond Edition bundle is that not only does it come with the Blu-Ray, DVD & Digital Copy, but for a limited time, you can instantly download the Peter Pan Storybook App for your iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch! Maybe this has been a part of their packages before, but I’ve never seen it.
This is a a Disney Movie Rewards Members-Only offer, but if you’re a not part of the Disney Movie Rewards program…why not? It’s free AND you can earn free Disney stuff!
So even if you think you’ve seen Peter Pan before, you’ve never seen this Disney Classic quite this way. Not only will you witness first hand the digitally restored picture and sound, but you’ll experience a never-before-seen alternate ending, deleted songs and even get to watch “Tinker Bell: A Fairy’s Tale”!
So from our Neverland Family to yours, I hope you enjoy this newly remastered film as much as we do.
Of course, I wouldn’t bring you all this info without some free Peter Pan activities! Regardless of whether or not you buy the Diamond Edition, you won’t want to miss all the Peter Pan fun you can download for free:
We love these special bonuses, but it also makes me wonder, do you like it when Disney comes out with these bonus features on their re-mastered classics, or are you content with your original copies (even if that means keeping those old VHS tapes)?