Box is in original shrink, but not sealed. Corners have light wear
Other condition notes:
Copy from a California, smoke free home. Original owner was a Professor of Animation at Colorado State. Box set always stored inside a temperature controlled home inside a plastic protector sleeve. Sleeve removed to take photographs.
- 1995 pressing of the 1951 film
- Massive amount of supplemental material.
- Movie is on sides 1-3 with restored soundtrack on the digital tracks, original soundtrack on the analog left and restored music/effects track on analog right.
- Side 5/6 are CLV with mulitple audio tracks separated onto the digital track and separate tracks for analog L/R.
- One Hour in Wonderland -- Disney's 1st ever TV show promoting the release of the movie.
- Complete storyboards from aborted 1939 and 1943 planned feature length versions.
- "Operation Wonderland" -- short promotional film on the making of.
- Archival artwork, 1951 Radio Broadcast with Walt Disney and Kathryn Beaumont (voice of Alice), Demos of songs and some deleted songs, rarely seen 1923 short of 'Alice in Wonderland' produced by WD.
- Original publicity materials including posteres, lobby cards,a dn press book (on disc, not separate items in box).
RETURN AND REFUND POLICY
Due to the large volume of inventory I have, I am not able to test every disc. All items are untested unless stated otherwise. Because all items are vintage new old stock or used/secondhand, there are no returns. However if the disc has laser rot or your order arrived damaged, please contact me for store credit. If you are unhappy with your order for any other reason, please send me an email describing the issue and we can work something out!
Please note that disc photos are my stock photos, unless stated as otherwise, and actual item condition may vary from these photos
All discs/covers are graded along the same lines as the Goldmine Record Grading Scale
Tested discs with any signs of laser rot will be graded along the LDDB laser rot scale:
1/5 - Light rot: a few speckles, hard to notice, might be a scratched master
2/5 - Medium rot: still can be watched but speckles are becoming distracting
3/5 - Heavy rot: multicolored snow all over the screen
4/5 - Critical rot: analog sound is distorted, digital sound clicks and pops
5/5 - Death: disc cannot be played anymore
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