From: Santa Clarita, CA, USA
Registered: Dec 2011
posted January 26, 2012 03:17 PM
im curious, since there were so many different releases for some disney classics, (specifically i would like to know about cinderella) If the sticker said super colour, it would mean its silent. But did they come with sound strips anyways like silent star wars films did??
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posted January 26, 2012 04:56 PM
Winbert is correct; generally, an original COLOR only sticker means silent for Disney. Only an additional SOUND sticker indicates magnetic sound.
However, in the 1990's many copies of colour / silent releases such as, "Cinderella's Suprise Dress" were opened (by companies unknown ) had sound stripe added and were then recorded; then sold as "new" colour / sound versions with convincing SOUND stickers added to the box...
They were indeed colour / sound, but the remaining super-imposed subtitles made them laughable...
Buyer beware of these!
Also, there are some very rare WDHM releases, such as "A Most Befuddling Thing" from The Sword in the Stone.