The Black Cauldron was re-released on VHS and for the first time on DVD as part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection on October 3, 2000.
VHS Supplements[edit | edit source]
|1||Blue warning screens||August 15, 2000|
|2||Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection logo||May 30, 2000|
|3||Trailer for Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure||September 5, 2000|
|4||Promo for Disney's Home for the Holidays Collection||August 22, 2000|
|5||Trailer for Air Bud: World Pup||October 3, 2000|
|6||Promo for The Black Cauldron and The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad||October 3, 2000|
|7||Trailer for James and the Giant Peach: Special Edition||October 3, 2000|
|8||Feature Presentation||December 14, 1999|
|9||Full Screen Format Disclaimer||July 11, 2000|
|10||The Black Cauldron (restored version)||May 2, 1997|
|11||Trick or Treat||October 10, 1952|
DVD Supplements[edit | edit source]
|Aspect ratio||2.35:1 (Letterbox)|
|Disc format||Single Side, Single Layer|
|Region code||1 (NTSC)|
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Disney’s 25th full-length animated classic, "The Black Cauldron," is a heroic adventure that fills the screen with magic and wonder. Overflowing with colorful characters, trailblazing animation, and nonstop action, this critically acclaimed film can be enjoyed again and again.
In the mystical land of Prydain, a young boy named Taran, who dreams of a future as an invincible warrior, finds himself leading a real-life quest. In a race against the evil Horned King, Taran must be the first to find the mysterious Black Cauldron -- or the Horned King will unleash its power and take over the world. With the help of a magic sword, an enchanting princess, an adorable clairvoyant pig, and a funny little furry creature named Gurgi, Taran overcomes winged dragons, the King’s monstrous henchmen, three batty witches, and more -- and learns nothing is as powerful as courage and friendship.