Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Got Any Old Disney VHS Tapes? They Could Be Worth A Fortune!

When DVD’s and blu-rays hit the market in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s respectively, people could not wait to get rid of their VHS machines and large bulky cassettes fast enough. The clear, sharp picture quality on discs made the Video Home System a thing of the past.

Folks quickly replaced all of their favourite films in the latest format, putting away their old tapes into storage, giving them away or just tossing them into the trash. If you don't have these old tapes, you will be kicking yourself when you get through this article. Today, movie enthusiasts are collecting these vintage VHS tapes and paying top dollar to get their hands on a couple of classics.

And Disney films seem to be at the top of the coveted tape list. Movies like The Little Mermaid have an asking price of almost $1,000 while Alice in Wonderland is worth a mere $200 on eBay. You may want to dust off those old movies if you still have them and see how much you can sell them for. Just consider going easy on the listing price as we can't imagine someone actually paying thousands of dollars for a VHS tape, even if it is a classic.

101 Dalmatians was released in theatres in 1961 and achieved blockbuster success. Today, this VHS tape is selling for $750.

When the Fox and the Hound was released in 1981, it was the most expensive film produced by the studio at the time at $12 million. This buddy film is selling for a whopping $1,495.

Aladdin is considered part of Disney Renaissance. The 1992 animated musical owes a lot of its popularity to the late actor Robin Williams' giving voice to the beloved genie. The film is selling for $275.

Sleeping Beauty received mixed reviews when it was released in 1959. The number 16 in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series is selling for $499.

The Lion King is the 32nd animated movie released by the studio in 1994. It is listed for $250.

Alice in Wonderland has become a cult classic since its release in 1951. The studio's 13th animated feature is going for a humble $199.99.

The Little Mermaid is credited with making animated films popular again after its 1989 release. The movie is selling for $999.

Bambi is the fifth movie of the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. The asking price for this gem is $599.

Beauty and the Beast became the first animated film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. The 1991 film's selling price is a cool $12,800.

Cinderella is selling for $1,000. The 1950 film was the biggest commercial hit for Disney at the time.

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