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Invincible (2006) - Football DVD  
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When the coach of Vince Papale's beloved hometown football team hosted an unprecedented open tryout, the public consensus was that it was a waste of time—no one good enough to play professional football was going to be found this way. Certainly no one like Papale—a down-on-his-luck, 30 year-old, substitute teacher and part-time bartender who never even played college football. But against these odds, Papale made the team and soon found himself living every fan's fantasy—moving from his cheap seats in the upper deck to standing on the field as a professional football player.

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The manicured lawns and overstuffed garbage cans of suburbia become a buffet for woodland creatures in Over the Hedge. A self-centered raccoon named RJ (voiced by Bruce Willis, Die Hard) steals and accidentally destroys the hoard of an angry bear (Nick Nolte, 48 Hours), who gives the raccoon a week to replace it. RJ despairs—until he meets an odd gang of foragers, ranging from a turtle named Verne (Garry Shandling, The Larry Sanders Show), a father/daughter duo of opossums (the bizarre pairing of William Shatner and pop singer Avril Lavigne), a family of porcupines (with A Mighty Wind's Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara as the parents), and a hyperactive squirrel named Hammy (Steve Carell, The 40 Year Old Virgin). By convincing these friendly beasts that the suburban homesteads on the other side of a recently erected hedge are a mother-lode of cast-off food, RJ hopes to dupe them into doing his gathering. But when the suburban residents realize they've been invaded by woodland pests, an exterminator is called to take care of the problem. The overarching storyline of Over the Hedge is pure formula—your basic "family matters more than anything" lesson—but moment to moment, the movie is delightfully crisp and clever. The animation is topnotch, the acting is excellent (other voices include those of Allison Janney, The West Wing, and Thomas Haden Church, Sideways), and the satirical jabs at consumerism are actually funny. An above-average animated movie. —Bret Fetzer

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The Wonderful World Of Disney : Yellowstone Cubs  
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In Yellowstone Cubs, hunger and curiosity drive Tuffy and Tubby, two young cubs in Yellowstone National Park. When they are separated from their mother, chaos and calamity occur.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame  
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Inspired by Victor Hugo's classic novel, Disney brings the heroic adventures of Quasimodo, the gentle and lonely bell ringer of Notre Dame, to spectacular life. This critically acclaimed Disney masterpiece is an "uplifting, thrilling story with a heart-touching message that emerges from the comedy and song" (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times). At the urging of his hilarious gargoyle pals Victor, Hugo, and Laverne, Quaismodo leaves the solitary safety of his tower, venturing out to find his first true friend, the gypsy beauty Esmerelda. The most unlikely of heroes, Quasi fights to save the people and the city he loves and, in turn, helps us to see people for who they are, rather than how they appear. The star-studded voice cast includes Jason Alexander, Tom Hulce, Kevin Kline, and Demi Moore in a magnificent Disney musical from renowned composer Alan Menken.

Aladdin and the King of Thieves  
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At long last, Aladdin is about to marry the Princess Jasmine. Despite the presence and encouragement of his friends Genie, Carpet, and Abu, he is fearful and anxious. He is most worried as to what kind of father he will be, having never known his own. But when the 40 Thieves disrupt the wedding trying to steal a magical oracular talisman, Aladdin is drawn into a dangerous quest to stop the find his long-lost father. Cast overview, first billed only: Robin Williams .... Blue Genie (voice) Scott Weinger .... Aladdin (voice)

Disney Presents the Return of Jafar  
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The legend continues in Disney's ALADDIN: THE RETURN OF JAFAR, the second movie in Aladdin's magical saga! When Jafar's last wish was granted, he became the most powerful genie of all. But it came with a price — entrapment in a magic lamp! Now he has escaped and he has only one thing on his mind: revenge against Aladdin! A thrilling new adventure begins as everyone teams up against this evil sorcerer. From battling thieves on flying horses to dodging flames inside an exploding lava pit, it is up to Aladdin — with Princess Jasmine, Abu, Carpet, and Genie by his side — to save the kingdom once and for all! Get ready to share all the magic, music, and mystery of ALADDIN: THE RETURN OF JAFAR — with five showstopping songs and exciting new bonus features!

Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 1 - Starring Mickey  
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An hour-long collection of Disney cartoons. Mickey's Circus, 1936, Circus for orphans: Donald and trained seals. Mickey as M.C. Seals steal show, enrage Donald, chase. Gag with cannon. Result: Donald on high wire, falls in seal tank, audience and seals razz. Mickey's Garden, 1935, Mickey and Pluto as pest exterminators. Mickey gets whiff of potent mixture; dreams of battle with gigantic insects. The Little Whirlwind, 1941, A baby whirlwind plays havoc with Mickey's attempts to clean up Minnie's yard of fallen leaves. He succeeds in driving the little whirlwind away, but it returns with its mama (a big whirlwind), who completely ruins Mickey's handiwork. On Ice, 1935, Mickey teaches Minnie to ice-skate on a frozen river, while Goofy tries ice-fishing. Donald puts skates on a sleeping Pluto and skates teasingly around the bewildered and wobbly dog. Suddenly a gust of wind catches Donald and carries him down the river toward the falls. Mickey heroically goes to the rescue. Hawaiian Holiday, 1937, Mickey and the gang are vacationing in Hawaii, but Pluto encounters a troublesome starfish and Goofy discovers that surfing is harder than it looks. Moving Day, 1936, Pete evicts Mickey and Donald. Goofy, ice man, attempts to move furniture. House blows up when Pete lights match in gas-filled house. Orphan's Picnic, 1936, Mickey and Donald takes orphans on a picnic; they tease and torment. Trouble with beehive; Donald swallow bee; fast action.

Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 2 - Starring Donald  
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An hour-long collection of Disney cartoons. Inferior Decorator, 1948, Donald hanging wallpaper; bee, fooled by fake flowers, attempts to land. Don gets bee stuck in glue. After unsuccessful dives at Donald bee calls in swarm of bees. Don Donald, 1937, Mexican setting. Donald, a gay troubadour, trades his faithful burro for a car to win the favor of tempestuous Donna Duck. But the car falls apart and Donald comes to value his old burro once more. (First picture starring Donald Duck; first appearance of Daisy as Donna.) Golden Eggs, 1941, Donald disguises himself as a chicken to recover a basket of eggs protected by a rooster. He rhumbas with the rooster when a worm in his clothes causes him to wiggle. Bee at the Beach, 1950, Donald pesters a bee at the beach, captures him in a bottle. Bee dives at Donald on a raft but misses—unscrews valve causing the boat to shoot into surrounding sharks. Donald's Dog Laundry, 1940, With a squeaker toy cat, Donald tries to entice Pluto to try his mechanical dog washer, but is unexpectedly caught himself, scrubbed and hung on the line to dry. Donald's Vacation, 1940, Donald goes to the woods with folding camp equipment. Gets tangled in folding chair and chipmunks steal his food; is chased by huge bear. Old MacDonald Duck, 1941, Donald, to accompaniment of "Old MacDonald's Farm," does chores; feeds chickens and pigs; fly trouble him while milking cow. Pail upsets, Donald is kicked. Chef Donald, 1941, Donald gets into difficulties when he mixes rubber cement waffle batter. Rubber band gag with mixture. He finally throws it out; it hits a tree, springs back through the door and covers him in sticky mass.

Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 3 - Starring Goofy  
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An hour-long collection of Disney cartoons. The Art of Skiing, 1941, Goofy demonstrates "how to ski," to off-stage narration. He does all jumps, turns, etc. backward. How To Fish, 1942, Goofy demonstrates "how to fish," to off-stage narration. He has trouble casting and fly fishing; finally he loses the motor and the boat drags him to shore. How To Swim, 1942, Goofy demonstrates "how to swim," to off-stage narration. He has trouble undressing in small locker room; shows diving and swimming techniques - underwater gags. Baggage Buster, 1941, Baggageman Goofy has trouble with a magician's trunk. Gags with palm tree and skeleton. Top hat spills pigeons and rabbits; cloth waved brings bull, kangaroo, lion, elephant. Goofy gets them all back in trunk; puts it on train, but finds them still at station. How to Dance, 1953, A short history of the dance, followed by Goof trying to learn to dance. He tries first with a dummy, then attends a real dancing school. He gets kicked out, but goes to a nearby casino where he tries jazz - winds up dancing on his head. We go back to primitive man to observe the progress made in the art of dancing. Lion Down, 1951, Goofy in his penthouse yard decides to rest in hammock, and hooks one end to a tree. Upon finding nothing to fasten the other end to, he goes to the forest, gets a tree and brings it back to his apartment, not realizing he has dislodged a lion from the tree. The lion follows Goofy to the apartment and decides he wants the hammock. Gags with Goofy, lion and hammock follow; Goofy ultimately wins out. The Big Wash, 1948, At circus grounds Goofy tries to give Dolores the elephant a bath. Dolores outwits Goofy by disguising as a clown, and turns water on Goof. Soap causes her to sneeze, force blowing Goofy into mud puddle. Hold That Pose, 1950, Goofy buys photo equipment for his hobby. He approaches a bear to take its picture, but there's a delayed explosion of flash powder. Chase follows, ending with bear in Goof's apartment admiring the proofs. Father's Day Off, 1953, Goofy takes over the household chores while his wife goes out. He gets completely confuse and by the time Mrs. Goof returns the house is in shambles. His last mistake has been to leave the iron on, so the firemen arrive at the same time as the wife.

Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 4 - Starring Chip 'n Dale  
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An hour-long collection of Disney cartoons. Chicken in the Rough, 1951, In a farmyard a hen is sitting on a nest of eggs when Chip an' Dale, who are picking acorns, come upon the eggs. A baby chick comes out of one of the eggs and Dale, in trying to stuff chick back into the egg, gets involved with a rooster. He is finally trapped under hen with rooster pacing out in front. Chip 'n' Dale, 1947, Cold Awakens Donald; he goes out to chop tree for log. Chipmunks, Dale and Chip, inside log, shaken out into snow, follow Don into house to get nuts left in log. They try various ways to get log from fireplace and finally succeed. Out of Scale, 1951, Donald, as the engineer of a miniature train, runs into difficulties with Chip 'n Dale when he replaces an oak tree, where they have stored nuts, with a miniature tree. A chase follows and chipmunks end up in the miniature village where they duck into a tiny house. Gags follow with Donald simulating extremes of weather. Chips decide to get their tree back. Tree is kicked onto tracks and train drives a hold through the tree. Chips put "Giant Redwood" sign on tree and convince Donald it is in scale. Two Chips and a Miss, 1952, Chipmunks attend a nightclub and vie with one another for attention of a nightclub singer who divides her attention between the two. Food for Feudin', 1950, Chipmunks fill a tree with nuts. Pluto causes the nuts to roll down into his doghouse. They try to retrieve nuts. Eventually lure Pluto up hill with nuts. Working for Peanuts, 1953, Chip and Dale steal peanuts from Dolores, the elephant. Donald, using Dolore's trunk as a vacuum cleaner, pulls the peanuts away from the thieves, and then in machine-gun fashion, he shoots the nuts back at the chipmunks. He misses the chipmunks, they laugh, he chases them and knocks himself out by hitting a wall. Chipmunks cover themselves with whitewash, and sneak back into the zoo as rare albino chipmunks, fooling both Donald and Dolores into giving them more peanuts. Out on a Limb, 1950, Donald, as a tree surgeon, discovers the tree home of Chip an' Dale and decides to have sport. The chipmunks, unaware he is in the tree, think the tree pruner is a monster. Gags with pruner and lawn mower; Donald loses and has tantrum. Three for Breakfast, 1948, Chip and Dale try to get pancakes which Donald is making. Fork flies in and leaves with pancake on it. Continues until fork misses and sticks into pan of rubber cement, spilling on stove which forms rubber pancake. Donald replaces pancake with rubber cake. The chipmunks are frustrated, and the gag backfires on Donald. Dragon Around, 1954, Donald, a steamshovel operator, is clearing an excavation and must tear out the tree where the Chips are living. Chip and Dale have been reading a fairy tale and imagine the steamshovel is a dragon. When they see their home threatened, they set out to 'kill' the dragon. Donald decides he is going to have some fun and tease the Chips. In the course of the battle that ensues, the Chips manage to get into Donald's tool chest. With his wrench they unbolt the steamshovel, causing it to fall apart. Having thus 'slain' the "Dragon," they save their home.

Night at the Museum  
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Ben Stiller leads an all-star cast including Robin Williams and Dick Van Dyke in this hilarious blockbuster hit. When good-hearted dreamer Larry Daley (Stiller) is hired as night watchman at the Museum of Natural History, he soon discovers that an ancient curse brings all the exhibits to life after the sun sets. Suddenly, Larry finds himself face-to-face with a frisky T. rex skeleton, tiny armies of Romans and cowboys and a mischievous monkey who taunts him to the breaking point. But with the help of President Teddy Roosevelt (Williams), Larry may just figure out a way to control the chaos and become a hero in his son's eyes. Boasting jaw-dropping special effects and laugh-out-loud moments, Night at the Museum is your ticket to nonstop fun!