You have to hate the Disney Vault. For those of you who don't know what the vault is, it's a vault that preserves select Disney animated classics. When a film is out of the vault, it is out for a limited time, usually 6 months to a year. When the film goes back into the vault, it won't be seen again for seven years. Here's a list of films that belong to the vault: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Pinocchio Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 Dumbo ( NA only ) Bambi and Bambi 2 Cinderella and it's sequels Alice in Wonderland ( North America, Australia and Germany only ) Peter Pan Lady and the Tramp, plus it's sequel Sleeping Beauty 101 Dalmations The Jungle Book and it's sequel The Little Mermaid Pocohantas and it's sequel Mulan Tarzan and its sequel Beauty and the Beast, plus it's sequels The Lion King plus it's sequels Aladdin ( NA only ) Mulan and Tarzan aren't officially part of the vault, but they do it anyways. Also, while Hercules and The Hunchback of Notre Dame aren't in the vault, they are very hard to find. Here are something you need to know about the vault: When a Blu-Ray or DVD stops production, it won't be produced anymore. That doesn't mean it will still be available. A movie is available at any store until it gets sold out. I've seen several copies of movies in the vault in pharmacies. Here are movies currently out of the vault: The Lion King and it's sequels Lady and the Tramp ( sequel coming soon ) Dumbo Alice in Wonderland Coming out of the vault soon: Cinderella, October 2 Pocohantas and its sequel, Fall 2012 Lady and the Tramp 2, Fall 2012 Aladdin, Spring 2013 Here's a release guide of when the films in the vault should be available: Snow White, 2018 Pinocchio, 2018 Fantasia and Fantasia 2000, 2018 Bambi, 2019 Peter Pan, 2016 Sleeping Beauty, 2017 101 Dalmations, 2017 The Jungle Book, 2017 The Little Mermaid, 2016 Beauty and the Beast, 2021 The reason I have BATB so late is because it would be released 2 years before the 30th anniversary if it was 2019. If you can't get hold of any of these for your kids, here are some options: 1. Look at pharmacies. My local CVS's still have Peter Pan, and that went back in in 2009! 2. eBay and Amazon are always a good option. Peter Pan and Sleeping Beauty are the cheapest out there. 3. If all else fails, garage sells are you're best bets. You just have to be careful in case they don't work. Thanks for reading, and I'll update constantly!