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  • Published: Burbank, CA : Walt Disney Home Entertainment : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, [2005]
  • Year Published: 2005
  • Description: 2 videodiscs (ca. 330 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD

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  • 0788859463 :
  • 786936285468


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Disney rarities : celebrated shorts 1920s to 1960s

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Call number: DVD Animation Disney

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor

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Disc 1. Alice's Wonderland (1923). Alice's wild West show (1924). Alice gets in dutch (1924). Alice's egg plant (1925). Alice in the jungle (1925). Alice's mysterious mystery (1926). Alice the whaler (1927). Ferdinand the bull (1938). Chicken Little (1943). The pelican and the snipe (1944). The brave engineer (1950). Morris, the midget moose (1950). Lambert the sheepish lion (1952). The little house (1952). Adventures in music: melody (1953). Football now and then (1953). Toot, whistle, plunk and boom (1953). Ben and me (1953). Bonus material: Alice's cartoon world: and interview with Virginia Davis; timeline of Disney's silent era, 1923-1928. -- Disc 2. Pigs is pigs (1954). Social lion (1954). Hooked bear (1956). Jack and old Mac (1956). In the bag (1956). A cowboy needs a horse (1956). The story of Anyburg, USA (1957). The truth about Mother Goose (1957). Paul Bunyan (1958). Noah's Ark (1959). Golath II (1960). The saga of Windwagon Smith (1961). A symposium on popular songs (1962). Bonus cartoon: A feather in his collar. Bonus material: audio commentary for a 'Symposium on popular songs"; still frame galleries.

From Walt's earliest work in the 1920s to some of his most sophisticated shorts of the 1950s and '60s, he captured the imaginations of millions, plus two Academy Award wins - including Ferdinand The Bull, Best Short Subject 1938 - and eight nominations.

DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital.

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Really lovely

The old movies are really fun and nice to watch, nothing beats a Saturday night spent watching classics.

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