Family Movie Night Collection: 4 Film Favorites [2 Discs] [DVD]

This four-pack of family-friendly features includes Quest for Camelot, The Adventures of Pinocchio, Cats Don't Dance, and Dennis the Menace Strikes Again.
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Special Features

  • Quest for Camelot:
  • 3 featurettes: How It's Done, The Voices of Camelot and The Dragon Song
  • Steve Perry I Stand Alone music video
  • The Adventures of Pinocchio:
  • Making-of featurette
  • 2 interactive games played with your dvd remote control
  • Cats Don't Dance:
  • Sawyer's Songbook
  • Danny's Hidden Meows
  • Dennis the Menace Strikes Again:
  • Buggin' Margaret challenge


The Adventures of Pinocchio
Not to be confused with the Disney animated feature, The Adventures of Pinocchio tells the familiar tale by Carlo Collodi about a puppet who wants to become a real boy. In this version, re-edited from a 1972 Japanese TV series, the lonely toymaker Geppetto carves Pinocchio out of a single oak branch. After a fairy brings the puppet to life, Pinocchio goes on a lively adventure and learns hard lessons. The innocent puppet encounters several shifty characters and even gets moral guidance from a strangely familiar creature that is actually called Timothy the Cricket. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

Cats Don't Dance
This animated comedy for the family, which gently parodies the movie musicals of the '30s and '40s, follows Danny (voice of Scott Bakula), a cat from Kokomo, Indiana, who loves to sing and dance and longs to be in show business. One day, Danny decides to do something about his ambitions instead of just wishing, so he heads for Hollywood, convinced that he can become a star in a week. However, Danny quickly becomes aware of the species barrier in Tinseltown; the studios don't much care for animals, even ones with star quality, and the best Danny's agent can get for him is a tiny role in a movie with adorable child star Darla Dimple (voice of Ashley Peldon), who turns out to be a mean-spirited brat who loathes animals as soon as the camera is turned off. Danny soon makes the acquaintance of several other animal performers stuck in the same bind as himself, including Sawyer (voice of Jasmine Guy), a pretty but cynical cat; Woolie (voice of John Rhys-Davies), a piano-playing elephant; Tillie (voice of Kathy Najimy), a singing hippo; and Pudge (voice of Mathew Herried), a performing penguin. Together, the critters struggle for acceptance and a chance to show the world what they can do. Sawyer's singing voice for the musical numbers was provided by Natalie Cole; Randy Newman wrote several original songs for the film, and Gene Kelly was a consultant for the character's choreography. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Dennis the Menace Strikes Again
In this direct-to-video sequel to the 1993 movie Dennis the Menace (which was based on Hank Ketcham's long-running comic strip), mischievous youngster Dennis (Justin Cooper) wants to help his eternally frazzled next-door neighbor Mr. Wilson (Don Rickles) celebrate his birthday, but Mr. Wilson is already feeling his age, and the lively Dennis only makes Wilson feel that much older -- and the arrival of Dennis's spry Grandfather (George Kennedy) doesn't help. Eager to feel younger, Mr. Wilson soon falls prey to a con man (Carrot Top) who sells him a variety of bogus youth-restoring potions. Dennis the Menace Strikes Again also features Betty White as Mrs. Wilson, and Dwier Brown and Jaqueline Steiger as Dennis's parents. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Quest For Camelot

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