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    Default 'The Lion King: The Signature Collection' is coming August 29


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    Rather short of an announcement. Wonder what's up their sleeves now!
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    Are there any new supplements?

    Is this the same blu ray release from years ago?

    When you re-buy a Disney blu ray how does the code work? Does the movie show up additionally on your list or do you get a message saying you already own it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston007 View Post
    Are there any new supplements?

    Is this the same blu ray release from years ago?

    When you re-buy a Disney blu ray how does the code work? Does the movie show up additionally on your list or do you get a message saying you already own it?
    Not sure about the Digital Copy / Disney Movies Anywhere, but this is effectively the same Blu-ray as before plus a "brand new sing-a-long edition". Didn't note any new special features but haven't checked my other Blu-ray set. Also, there's no 3D copy like before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston007 View Post
    When you re-buy a Disney blu ray how does the code work? Does the movie show up additionally on your list or do you get a message saying you already own it?
    A code from the same movie title released in 2017 and 2012 act differently when you redeem them, another words you get points for both codes. And of course if you already have a DMA version available the new code simply adds new content if it's part of the new code.

    As Palmer indicated it has a sing-along version now too so they had to "remaster" it again. But the digital grabs of the previous transfer are not likely any different.
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