Availability : This was typically seen at the end of Disney films released on video at the time, either for sale or rental. In general, it's not that easy to find; it depends on the tape label and print date the latter is usually seen on the spine of the videotape. ID : On a black background we see the Walt Disney Home Video logo with the Sorcerer Mickey with the words "Also available from" above; everything is colored in tealish grey and outlined in white. If you look closely, you can see the copyright date below the logo.
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