Sleeping Beauty

Theatrical Release: September 26, 2003
DVD Release: September 26, 2003
Sleeping Beauty


When an enchanted kingdom and the most fair princess in all the land fall prey to the ultimate mistress of evil, the fate of the empire rests in the hands of three small fairies and a courageous prince’s magic kiss. Their quest is fought with peril, as the spirited group must battle the evil witch and a fire-breathing dragon if they are to set the princess free.

Dove Review

Buena Vista Home Entertainment does it again by offering a Special Edition of “Sleeping Beauty,” this classic story of good and evil that is a great one for the whole family to enjoy. The restoration is fabulous and the features abound in this 2 Disc collector’s DVD. This is the first time ever Buena Vista has offered “Sleeping Beauty” and it’s only for a limited time. Kids ought to see this film because it is what our parents watched when they were our age. It seems to be a timeless classic from generation to generation. Even though there are fairies and witches the story brings an uplifting message for kids by showing that good wins over evil. There are so many cool extras that will please everyone in the family. You get both the widescreen and full screen versions. You get a Rescue Aurora Game, a music video, sing-along song, the making of “Sleeping Beauty” and much more. This is a must-have for every family‚Äôs film library.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: The witch in this film is pretty evil and most likely would be pretty scarry for real young children. At one point in the film the witch turns into the dragon and declares "Now you will deal with the powers of Hell!" Parents should take caution for very young children.


Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Producer: Walt Disney
Genre: Children
Runtime: 75 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Alex Lukens