One of the most amazing things I've ever seen was Destino, the short, unfinished animated film collaboration between Salvador Dali and Walt Disney. Financial concerns during World War II had brought an end to the project, letting it lie forgotten for many decades. In 2003, nephew Roy rediscovered the project, finished it, and released it to a number of festivals like Toronto's Worldwide Short Film Fest, which is where I saw it. Just imagine the old-school, artistic touch of Disney merged with Dali's surrealist eye.

Over a year ago, the film was on its way to DVD as part of the Legacy Collection, but the release date came and went. Now the Disney Blog has posted the disc's new release date, which was part of a recent announcement. It seems that now the film will be part of Disney's Treasures collection. Each release -- Destino, Chronological Donald, Volume 4, and Dr Syn, Alias the Scarecrow -- are hosted by Leonard Maltin and will get a 2-Disc DVD on November 11. Of course, this is Disney we're talking about, so the release will be limited.