THE LITTLE MERMAID: Princess Miranda lives with her father, the Sea King and her tow sisters in a magical palace. Miranda has always had a consuming curiosity about humans and the reason they do not treat her world with love and respect. On her birthday, she is permitted to glimpse the human world. Accompanied by Acme, her otter friend, she swims to shore. On the way, Miranda saves the life of a handsome Prince and finds herself having to make sacrifices to strike a deal with the evil Sea Witch so she may become human.
BLACK BEAUTY: The story of the courageous stallion Black Beauty, a well-bred horse in the 19th century England. Black Beauty is happy and contented as a country carriage horse, living with a wealthy Squire and his children, Polly and Bertie. But when Mr Filcher, their evil stable hand, steals Black Beauty and takes him to work in the coal mines, its up to Polly and Bertie to rescue their beloved horse and bring him home again.
PUSS IN BOOTS: After the death of his father, young Carabas leaves home to seek his fortune with the evil landlords cat. To his amazement, the cat actually speaks to him and devises a plan to help him get rich. First, the cat must wear Carabras boots. Then the cat fabricates Carabas as a Duke and gains the favour of the King when he delivers gifts on behalf of his master.
ROBIN HOOD: With good King Richard away at war, the greedy Sheriff has forced all the residents of Nottingham to pay all their money to him. But Robin Hood with the help of his friend Maid Marion, a spy in the Sheriffs Castle, is out to thwart the Sheriff and return the King to his rightful throne.
MULAN: When a retired Army General is too old to help quell a rebel uprising, his main concern is the shame it will bring on his family. His young daughter, Mu Lan, disguises herself as a male and enlists in the Army. A student of Kung Fu who trained for many years Mu Lan, disguises herself as a male and enlists in the Army. A student of Kung Fu who trained for many years Mu Lan possesses superior fighting skills and resourcefulness.
CINDERELLA: The tale of Cinderella who lives with her stepmother and two horrid step sisters. The stepmother seeks to marry off one of her ugly daughters, when the Prince is to host a Ball. Cinderella is not to attend the ball and goes to her magic tree with her pup for some comfort and her wishes are granted by her fairy godmother. Cinderella goes to the ball. Losing a glass slipper, the spell is broken and Cinderella disappears to a life back in the cinders, until the Prince finds her.
HANSEL AND GRETEL: During an attempted rescue of their friends who have been taken into the forbidden forest by a bad Troll, Hansel and Gretel they are assisted by friendly animas and a family of good trolls, only to be left on their own. They spy a gingerbread and candy house and are captured by the wicked witch. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: The magical story of a beautiful young girl named Beauty, whose family was at one time wealthy merchants and how through great family misfortune and drama she finds herself living in a palace, with a grotesque beast.
WIND IN THE WILLOWS: Join Mole, Ratty, Badger and of course, the irrepressible Mr Toad in this hilarious adaptation of Kenneth Grahames classic tale of friendship and mischief. Mole and Ratty set out for a fun-filled day on the river, but they soon meet up with Mr Toad, whose obsession with cars only leads to big trouble! After a daring jail break, Mr Toad joins his friends in a madcap battle to regain his home, toad Hall, against the villainous weasels.
GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS: On her way home through the forest, Goldilocks comes across three bears with whom she spends a fun day. Later while attending a circus, goldilocks is horrified to see the bears there in chains. She learns that they are being forced to perform by a cruel and greedy ringmaster. With the help of Bongo the Clown and animals of the circus, Goldilocks helps the bears escape back to their home in the forest.
Classification: G (General)
Number of Discs: 4
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 1st August 2012
Running Time: 494 mins