Relaxing at her Tennessee home, Mary Costa exclaims, "I'm very excited. It's always a pleasure for me to talk about Sleeping Beauty." Even though the film turns 50 next year, it feels fresher than ever. That's due in part to Disney's phenomenal new DVD release of the movie [out October 7]. Yet, regardless of the technological makeover, Sleeping Beauty is a timeless classic that will resonate forever. It's everlasting because people like Miss Costa brought a pure and honest vibrancy to the film. She gave a singing and speaking voice to Princess Aurora, Sleeping Beauty herself. Mary vividly remembers everything about the film, and in this exclusive interview with ARTISTdirect, she discusses making it, interacting with Walt Disney, and how she became a princess. [...] [Source for teaser image: D23.com]