Welcome to MovieWeb's daily DVD announcement column, The Daily Spin.

Everyday at 9:00AM PST we compile a list of titles which have been recently announced by the studios and have been given or rumored with a release date. Click a title below to see the full press release info attached to the release.

Enjoy and stay tuned to MovieWeb for the latest home video announcements, 9:00AM PST, on the dot, Monday through Friday.

November 15th

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The first break-out superstar of the Hanna-Barbera canon, a genuine show business icon, and smarter than the average bear, The Yogi Bear Show: The Complete Series 4-Disc Collector's set features all 35 remastered and restored episodes from the entire series.

Technical Specs

No. of Disks: 4

Run Time: 792

CC: Yes

Language: English

Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol

Aspect Ratio: Original Aspect Ratio - 1.33, Standard [4:3 Transfer]

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The Emmy award-winning show about the adventures of a blue dog with a southern drawl, The Huckleberry Hound Show: Volume One 4-Disc Collector's set features all 26 remastered and restored episodes from entire series.

Technical Specs

No. of Disks: 4

Run Time: 624

CC: Yes

Language: English

Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol

Aspect Ratio: Original Aspect Ratio - 1.33, Standard [4:3 Transfer]

Sound Quality:

Francais: Mono 1.0

English: Mono 1.0

Espanol: Mono 1.0

August 16th

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Take a journey around Little Britain, a small and surreal parallel universe peopled by over-the-top eccentrics, lunatics and social misfits. Meet Vicky Pollard, the gloriously incoherent trailer trash teenager. And Emily Howard, the world's least convincing transvestite. Then there's Andy, sitting all day in his wheelchair painstakingly looked after by Lou, who has no idea his friend can walk. Little Britain presents the breathtaking debris of modern life in all its glory.

DVD Features

-Commentary from Matt Lucas and David Walliams, producer Myfanwy Moore and Director Steve Benedelack

-Deleted Scenes: Deleted scenes with commentary

-Documentary: Behind the scenes documentary

-Pilot episode with commentary

-Best sketches from the Matt Lucas/David Walliams series Rock Profiles

-4 live sketches

-Little Britain "What Does Britain Mean to You" survey

-BBC TV and BBC Radio interviews with Matt Lucas and David Walliams

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To keep musical-comedy star Linda Keene from retiring to marry, her manager Arthur Mille, suggests to the press that she's already married to Petrov, the ballet dancer. The two ultimately decide to marry so that they can have very public divorce and clear the air, but true love blossoms between them.

DVD Features

-Audio Commentary by Kevin Cole and Hugh Martin

-Featurette: They Can't Take That Away from Me: The Music of Shall We Dance

-Musical Short Sheik to Sheik and Classic Cartoon Toy Town Hall

September 6th

TOY STORY was the first full-length animated feature ever created entirely in the new medium of computer animation. This ground-breaking film features the first appearances of Buzz Lightyear and Woody, voiced by Tim Allen and Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks (Best Actor, “Forrest Gump” 1993; Best Actor, “Philadelphia,” 1994,) respectively. The star-studded vocal cast also includes legendary comedian Don Rickles as “Mr. Potato HeadTM,” the late Jim Varney as Woody’s flexible canine friend “Slinky Dog,” Wallace Shawn as the hilariously insecure dinosaur “Rex,” John Ratzenberger as a delightfully pigheaded piggy bank named “Hamm” and Annie Potts as “Bo Peep,” the beautiful table lamp that is the light of Woody’s life.

UMD Features

-Deleted scenes (Fully Animated) A)Introduction B)Sid Tortures The Toys and C)Rain

-ALL-NEW “Toy Story – The Filmmakers Reflect”: An all-new roundtable discussion with the key Pixar creative executives, including the film’s Academy Award®-winning director John Lasseter (Best Animated Short “Tin Toy” 1988), as well as writers Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton and Joe Ranft

-ALL-NEW “The Legacy of Toy Story” featurette

September 20th

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Sometimes the most amazing superheroes are the ones inside your dreams. That’s the discovery made by ten-year-old Max (Cayden Boyd, “Freaky Friday”), an outcast little boy who has become lost in his own fantasy world while dealing with quarreling parents (David Arquette, “Riding The Bullet” and Kristin Davis TV’s “Sex and The City”), and a school bully (Jacob Davich, “The Aviator”).

Technical Specs

Rating: PG

Rating Reason: For Mild Action And Some Rude Humor Run time: 94

Aspect Ratio: Widescreen

Sound: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound Language: English audio; Spanish subtitles

CC: Yes

September 27th

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Hugo is kidnapped from his jungle home and forced to perform in a Hollywood movie by the most dangerous of all creatures: humans! Just when stardom starts going to his head, Hugo’s best friend, a fox named Rita, helps him escape. Together they take off on exciting adventures and begin to build a new life with their animal friends.

DVD Features

-Bonus Movie: "Go Hugo Go"

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The Phoenix And The Carpet

Based on the novel by E. Nesbit, this live-action adventure tells the story a family of children and their marvelous adventures with the Phoenix and his magic carpet. Jane, Robert, Cyril and Anthea hope for “something to happen” and their wish is granted most spectacularly! Quite by accident, they become the owners of an ancient talking bird, the Phoenix, when it hatches from a magnificent egg after 2000 years of rest. With his encouragement, the children climb aboard his magic carpet and are transported anywhere they want to go—to tropical islands, in search of treasures and on daring rescues!

Technical Specs

Rating: Not Rated

Run Time: 92

Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 formatted 4x3

Sound: Dolby® Digital 2.0 Stereo Sound

Language: English audio

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