Walt Disney Limited Issues was a short-lived series of nine DVDs of Disney animated films released in 1999 by Walt Disney Home Video. The collection consisted of eight animated films, ranging from classic and then-recent films from the Walt Disney Animated Classics, plus one direct-to-video film. They were the first DVDs released of any animated Disney films (with the exception of the first DVD release of Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas in 1997 and the first DVD release of A Bug's Life earlier in 1999). The first title was Pinocchio, with the last releases being The Jungle Book and The Little Mermaid. Some of the titles released under this collection would be reissued as titles under the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection.
All of these DVD releases had their films sourced from the same transfers as their respective Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection Laserdisc releases (except Pinocchio and The Lion King II: Simba's Pride), and were presented in their original production aspect ratios (Films such as Mulan, Hercules, The Little Mermaid, and Lady and the Tramp are presented in their original widescreen versions, as opposed to the pan-and-scan versions used on their VHS releases; however, unlike later DVD releases, these transfers were not anamorphic).
In contrast to later DVD releases, the Limited Issue DVD releases had a much poorer quality DVD video transfer and do not include any bonus features or extras.