Following an official release in Europe on March 4, 2002, a delay in North America, and a pre-order date of March 22, 2003, Sleeping Beauty was first released on DVD on September 9, 2003. The DVD was confirmed to be discontinued in January 31, 2004.
When this DVD was released, Sleeping Beauty had a remaining copyright term of 51 years from publication.
Heralded by audiences and critics alike, Sleeping Beauty was the final fairy tale to be produced by Walt Disney himself. Now fully restored with revolutionary digital technology, its dazzling colors, rich backgrounds, and Academy Award nominated orchestrations shine brighter than ever.
When an enchanted kingdom and the most fair princess in the land falls 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 fraught with peril as the fellowship must battle the evil witch and a fire breathing dragon if they are to set the Beauty free.
From spectacular action to the breathtaking pageantry of the princess and her kingdom, Sleeping Beauty has something to charm every member of your family.
- Rescue Aurora Game
- All-New Music Video by Hit Pop Group No Secrets
- Exclusive Disney Art Project
- Sing-Along Song With Sleeping Beauty
- Once Upon A Dream: The Making of Sleeping Beauty
- Academy Award-Winning Short Grand Canyon
- Much, Much More!
|1||Blue warning screens (VHS)||August 26, 2003|
|2||Walt Disney Home Entertainment Logo||July 17, 2001|
|3||Trailer for The Lion King (Platinum Edition)||August 26, 2003|
|4||Coming Soon to Theaters||December 14, 1999|
|5||Trailer for Brother Bear||June 6, 2003|
|6||Coming Soon to Own on Video & DVD||December 14, 1999|
|7||Video preview for Finding Nemo||August 26, 2003|
|8||Video preview for The Santa Clause 2||September 9, 2003|
|9||Commercial for Disney Princess||October 8, 2002|
|10||Join us After the Feature
|September 9, 2003|
|11||Feature Presentation||November 27, 2001|
|12||THX Logo||February 4, 1997|
|13||Full Screen Format disclaimer||July 11, 2000|
|September 10, 1995|
|15||Music Video: "Once Upon (Another) Dream"
Performed by No Secrets
|September 9, 2003|
On the Canadian Copies have the blue warning screen from 2000, instead of the 2003 blue warning screen.
- Opening Credits ("Once Upon a Dream")
- "In a Far Away Land Long Ago..."
- "Hail to the Princess Aurora"
- The Three Good Fairies
- The Gifts of Beauty and Song
- Maleficent Appears
- Merryweather's Gift
- The Fairies' Plan
- Maleficent's Frustration
- Briar Rose's 16th Birthday
- Briar Rose in the Forest
- Prince Phillip Hears a Haunting Voice
- "I Wonder"
- Briar Rose's Dream Prince ("Once Upon a Dream")
- Meanwhile, Back at the Cottage
- Dueling Wands
- King Stefan and King Hubert Toast the Future ("Skumps")
- Phillip's Disappointing News
- Aurora Returns to the Castle
- The Curse is Fulfilled
- The Sun Sets
- Putting the Whole Castle to Sleep ("Sleeping Beauty")
- Phillip Walks into a Trap
- In Maleficent's Domain
- Maleficent Visits Phillip in His Cell
- The Escape from the Forbidden Mountain
- A Forest of Thorns
- Battle with the Forces of Evil
- The Spell is Broken
- A Happy Ending
In Other Countries
|Country of origin||Release date|
|United Kingdom||March 4, 2002|
|January 13, 2003|
|France||April 23, 2002|
|Finland||February 15, 2002|
|Germany||February 7, 2002|
|Sweden||February 13, 2002|
|Italy||September 25, 2002|
|Belgium||March 20, 2002|
|Netherlands||March 20, 2002|
|South Korea||May 8, 2002|
|Czech Republic||October 24, 2003|
|Australia||August 20, 2003|
|Japan||March 24, 2003|