Old Disney VHS tapes worth thousands on eBay

 
Old Disney VHS tapes worth thousands on eBay
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Got VHS tapes collecting dust on a shelf somewhere? Maybe you already reclaimed the space and they’re sitting in an attic long-forgotten.

Hopefully you didn’t throw them out, though, as it turns out there might be quite the market for some old tapes. Modern directorial practice for movie releases and re-releases tends to include adding or editing the film from the theatrical version.

While some people don’t mind or even enjoy these changes, for others, the original cut is worth a hefty price tag, writes yournationnews.

This translates to listings on eBay for certain tapes at astronomical prices, like one particular Beauty and the Beast tape going for $9,999. The original Beauty and the Beast did not include the song “Human Again”; it was cut for space reasons, then re-added to the 2002 special edition.

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