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List Of Walt Disney And Buena Vista Video Releases - Special Edition, Anniversary Edition and Other Editions
... Detective (August 31, 1999) Pinocchio (October 26, 1999) (60th Anniversary Edition) Fantasia (November 14, 2000) (Special 60th Anniversary Edition) Bedknobs and Broomsticks (March 20, 2001) (30th ... Nice (November 6, 2012) (Totally Tinsel Collection Blu-ray/DVD Combo) Cinderella II Dreams Come True and Cinderella III A Twist in Time (November 20, 2012) (Special Edition Double ...
Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection - Special Edition, Anniversary Edition and Other Editions
... This is a list of Disney video releases that are special editions and anniversary editions not included neither in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection nor in the Diamond Edition collection ... August 31, 1999) Pinocchio (October 26, 1999) (60th Anniversary Edition) Fantasia (November 14, 2000) (60th Anniversary Edition) Bedknobs and ... Nice (November 6, 2012) (Totally Tinsel Collection Blu-ray/DVD Combo) Cinderella II Dreams Come True (November 20, 2012) (10th Anniversary Edition Part of Cinderella II III ...
Craig Charles - Filmography and Credits
... in Wonderland Himself - contestant BBC1 charity Christmas special of snooker competition, aired 27 December 1995 Red Dwarf Smeg Outs Dave Lister Video release (new and archive footage) 1995 ... Universe Challenge Himself - contestant BBC special Red Dwarf edition of University Challenge 1998 Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg Dave Lister - contestant Special ... Weakest Link Himself - contestant Charity edition of BBC1 quiz show ...
Spiel Des Jahres - Previous Winners - Special Awards
... Enterprises New game worlds Space Alert Vlaada Chvátil Czech Games Edition 2008 Complex game Agricola Uwe Rosenberg Lookout Games 2007 no special ...

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