Ducks, Foxes, Ponies, Cats, Dogs and Books—oh my! All of those and more are part of this week’s notable home video releases on Blu-Ray and DVD.
These are some of the notable releases for August 6, 2013 in Region 1 (North America) coming to retail on Blu-Ray and/or DVD.
Duck Dynasty: Season 3 (A&E Home Video, DVD Only) – This release includes complete third season of the popular reality show following the Robertson family. It also includes extended scenes as well as music videos and a look behind the scenes. The release contains all 13 episodes of the third season of the show.
Robin Hood: 40th Anniversary Edition (Disney, DVD & Blu-Ray, Rated G) – The animated musical version of the classic tale features anthropomorphic animals in the roles of Robin Hood, Little John and Sheriff of Nottingham. The Blu-Ray release contains an alternate ending as well as a bonus Mickey Mouse Short.
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (Shout! Factory, DVD & Blu-Ray, Rated G) – This stand-alone movie features the lead character from the most recent animated series, Friendship is Magic, into the human world in the quest to recover a magical crown. Special features include a look behind-the-scenes, a karaoke mode and a printable movie poster.
The Sword in the Stone: 50th Anniversary Edition (Disney, DVD & Blu-Ray, Rated G) – Disney’s animated spin on the tale of King Arthur emerges from the Disney vault for this anniversary release. Extra features include an alternate opening to the movie and a pair of retro Disney shorts.
Oliver and Company: 25th Anniversary Edition (Disney, DVD & Blu-Ray, Rated G) – The animated animal feature featuring Billy Joel and Dom DeLuise is re-released for it’s 25th anniversary. Along with remastered video and sound, the release includes bonus features such as a making-of featurette and the theatrical trailers.
The Pagemaster (20th Century Fox, Blu-Ray, Rated G) – This 90s feature starring Macaulay Culkin and Christopher Lloyd combines both live-action and animation in a feature involving reading and adventure. Extra features include trailers, a music video and a making-of feature.