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Import Blu ray and IT WORKS.
Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2014
I don't usually bother writing reviews, because it always opens a can of worms and reviews can eventually become a boxing match for the righteous. I don't have time for nit picking and nonsense. However, I wanted to write this one to help others in the US avoid any stress in case they decide to buy this Blu Ray version, as it is a UK import. Until my purchase arrived, I was unclear, because most reviews of the Blu Ray import are lacking in this basic, clear statement: IT WORKS. While I actually bought the "101 Dalmatians / 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure" combo pack, the 101 Dalmatians disc is the same you get here. But, just so you know, there is NO DVD COPY with this BLU RAY package.
So then, I will happily repeat myself for your benefit and will say that, first and foremost: IT WORKS IN US BLU RAY PLAYERS without a hitch! There are no PAL/NTSC issues. Also, as stated in the listing, it contains several languages, including Spanish (which the Aladdin Import Blu Ray does not).
The video and audio quality are what you'd expect from a US Disney Blu Ray release, so I won't go into detail other than to say it both are excellent.
And while the Magic Code will not work in your US Disney rewards account, sadly, the bottom line is there is no need for you to wait for Disney to decide that Americans are finally ready for the honor and blessings of these wonderful films (I include Aladdin in this sarcasm) to be released domestically on Blu Ray. You can get them now. I did the same with Dumbo, when Disney kept postponing the Blu Ray release date and when, two years later, they finally did release domestically, I didn't even flinch. I thought I might, but I did not.
I will post this review as well in the Aladdin import Blu Ray page to help anyone trying to decide if they should get that one also. If you want it, you should get that one as well.