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Give-Away: DVD & Blu-ray Combo Pack – The Lion King LIMITED DIAMOND EDITION

I’ve shared quite a bit about my recent The Lion King 3D Red Carpet World Premiere experience in Hollywood, with even more techy stuff to come. The Lion King 3D has maintained its #1 spot at the Box Office for weeks! Now here’s your chance to be part of the excitement with Simba, Mufasa, Nala, Timon and Pumbaa!

We are giving away Disney’s highly anticipated DIAMOND EDITION The Lion King DVD & Blu-ray™ Combo Pack.  It just hit the stores yesterday, but you can get it FREE here!  This exclusive edition is only available from The Disney Vault for a very LIMITED TIME.  What better way to kick off the Holiday SHOPPING season! Special thanks to Disney!

SCROLL DOWN and Enter to Win! Eligible winners will be selected on October 20, 2011 via Random.org

 



Combo Pack Details

Disc 1 — Blu-ray *

  • Feature Film
  • Features Disney Enhanced High Definition Picture and Sound
  • Never-Before-Seen Bloopers
  • 4 Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes
  • Deleted Song
  • Extended Scene: The Morning Report
  • Disney Second Screen (Not available in all territories.)
  • Pride of The Lion King
  • The Lion King: A Memoir – Don Hahn
  • Disney Sing-Along Mode
  • Interactive Blu-ray Gallery
  • Disney’s Virtual Vault – Classic DVD Bonus Features Powered by BD-Live

Disc 2 — DVD *

  • Feature Film
  • Features Disney Enhanced High Definition Picture and Sound
  • The Lion King: A Memoir – Don Hahn

Blu-ray Technical Specifications

  • 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • English 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
  • 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix (DEHT) French And Spanish Language Tracks
  • English SDH, French And Spanish Subtitles
  • Feature Running Time: Approx. 88 Minutes

DVD Technical Specifications

  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • English 5.1 DEHT
  • 5.1 DEHT French And Spanish Language Tracks
  • English SDH, French And Spanish Subtitles
  • Feature Running Time: Approx. 88 Minutes

(Not all technical specifications apply to all elements.)

* Bonus materials not rated. Features are subject to change.

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20 Responses

  1. Xandrea

    My daughter is named after the movie so of course she should win Nala would be so excited : )

  2. @Xandrea – We love this. Good luck, Nala!

  3. I am so glad you joined my blog….it lead me to your sweet products. I have a 9 year old girl sitting here looking at your designs with me and drooling over them! Christmas gift, maybe??? Anyway, they are very cool and I hope I win this awesome prize. Thanks for the opportunity!

  4. @Nicole – We love drooling 9 year old onlookers ;-). Thanks for joining us!

  5. Rasheeda

    My favorite thing was just the overall look and feel of the movie. It had a sense of gravitas, as well as a really welcoming spirit. We’re all part of the circle. Sometimes it’s sad, like when Mufasa died, and sometimes it’s joyous, like when Nala and Simba reconnect, and sometimes, it’s triumphant, like when Simba returned. It’s a really great film.

  6. This is my favorite movie of all times. I cry and enjoy the music. It was great to see it at the theater with my boy and relive my memories

  7. Kristie Betts

    After seeing this movie my husband got a kitten and he named is Simba when we got married he brought Simba became mine also, He died two years ago Long Live Simba 🙂

  8. Julie

    I remember watching it on a date and we both loved it:)hated the part when the dad dies so sad…

  9. Lion King so many treasured memories. I remember crying for days after Simba’s dad dies, when I first saw the movie and it’s still so heartbreaking. I love the songs and usually end up singing hakuna matata with my son when he’s down or I always use the phrase The Circle Of Life 🙂

  10. Jamie Brigham

    I remember the original and watching it at the movie theater with my best friends from elementary school I absolutely loved Simba and Nala when they wrestled

  11. Geri S

    My memoriy of the 1994 movie is when Rafiki anoints new-born Simba and introduces him for the first time.

  12. Missy

    Lion King is one of my all time favorite Disney movies. I used to lay in bed watching in on my 13″ tv and reciting it word for word. I just took my son to watch it at the theaters and was surprised I could still recite most of it!

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