Set in New Orleans at the beginning of the 20th century, The Princess and the Frog concerns a poor African-American girl named Tiana who has a knack for cooking, and dreams of opening her own restaurant. Her best friend since childhood is a privileged white girl whose wealthy father employs Tiana's mother as a dressmaker. When the friend's family hosts a party for Prince Naveen of Maldonia, Dr. Facilier, an expert in black magic, turns the visiting royal into a frog. The now amphibious Naveen convinces Tiana that a kiss will reverse the spell, and if she obliges him he'll provide the money she needs to open her dream eatery. However, their smooch not only fails to turn him back into a human, but transforms Tiana into a frog as well. The duo then sets out to find a voodoo priestess who can set everything right.~Perry Seibert
Anika Noni RosePrincess Tiana
Bruno CamposPrince Naveen
Keith DavidDr. Facilier
Jenifer LewisMama Odie
John Goodman"Big Daddy" La Bouff
Paul BriggsTwo Fingers
Corey BurtonMr. Harvey Fenner
Emeril LagasseMarlon the Gator
Kevin Michael RichardsonIan the Gator
Randy NewmanCousin Randy
Peter Del VechoProducer
Greg ErbScreen Story
John MuskerScreen Story
Ron ClementsScreen Story
Randy NewmanComposer (Music Score)
James Aaron FinchProduction Designer
Ian GoodingArt Director
Aghi KohExecutive Producer
John LasseterExecutive Producer
Odin BenitezSound/Sound Designer
Bruce W. SmithSupervising Animator
Eric GoldbergSupervising Animator
Mark HennSupervising Animator
Odin BenitezSupervising Sound Editor
Terence BlanchardMusical Performer
Childrens and Family,Concerts Operas and Musicals
Children's Fantasy,Fairy Tales & Legends
The Princess and the Frog
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
The Princess and the Frog [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
To be honest, I find a not insignificant amount of the steelbok editions to be kind of ugly, but this is a nice exception mostly because it emulates the original theatrical poster and promotional materials pretty faithfully.
As for the 4K, even though this a relatively newer animated movie, it was pretty clear that this was a significant jump in video quality, even from the Blu-ray. Even if you don't get this steelbook specifically, the standard 4K version is very much worthy if you don't mind double dipping.
Princess and the Frog is a great movie in a lot of ways. I love the story, the setting, and the characters. It also has the distinction of being the last (or at least most recent) animated Disney film. While most other films have gone the CG route, this retains the classic look of Disney films. The presentation in 4K HDR looks great from the disc and a Movies Anywhere code is included in the case so you can stream in any quality up to UHD. Be aware that like most other Disney (and most other studios) this is a 2K upconversion, so you aren't getting the full 4K experience. HDR adds a lot to the presentation, but it's something to be aware of. All around I love this movie, and at this point this is the definitive way to watch it at home. The artwork on this Best Buy exclusive steelbook is also very good.
Lovely SteelBook to a Love Letter to 2D Animation…
Owned for 10 months when reviewed.
Love that this movie got the beautiful SteelBook treatment it deserves, in 4K/BD no less! While I was only able to indulge in the BD disc for now, that alone showcases the gorgeous picture and audio along with a fair share of special features as expected from a Disney release. A worthy addition for any Disney collector, harkening back to their golden age of traditional animation.