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The world's wealthiest duck is back for more thrills and laughs in the second installment of Disney's DUCKTALES. Scrooge McDuck may have an uncanny knack for making money, but he's in over his head trying to keep up with nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie. Along with their friends Launchpad McQuack, Gyro Gearloose, Mrs. Beakley and Webby Vanderquack, the DUCKTALES gang criscrosses the globe in a never-ending search for adventure. Whether battling otherworldly plant creatures, being mistaken for a super-spy or racing to find a lost treasure ship, Scrooge and the rest of the crew never lose sight of the fact that true friendship is the greatest fortune of them all. And see how it all begins with the five-part pilot episode "Treasure of the Golden Suns." Experience some of the most memorable DUCKTALES adventures ever made in this three-disc set. It's a wealth of fun and adventure that you and your family can bank on.

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Scrooge McDuck may be a spendthrift who's devoted to the pursuit of riches, but it turns out that he's also an adventurous, worldly duck who can occasionally be almost compassionate when it comes to his family. In the five-episode pilot "Treasure of the Golden Suns," Donald Duck enlists in the Navy and puts his three nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie in the care of the miserly Uncle Scrooge. Scrooge and his nephews balk at the arrangement, but the nephews soon earn their Uncle's grudging respect when they help retrieve an antique wooden boat that's stolen from Scrooge's museum. The wooden boat leads Scrooge and the boys to the deserts of South America and the ice floes of Antarctica in search of a treasure bigger than even Scrooge can imagine. Thus begins the 1987 adventure series in which Scrooge and his nephews travel the globe, from the Wild West to Texas to ancient archeological sites around the world, in search of ever-increasing wealth. Villains like El Capitan, Magica De Spell and the Beagle Boys, rivals like Flinthead Glomgold and J.R. Mooing, and allies like Launchpad McQuack, Governess Beakley and her granddaughter Webbigail figure prominently throughout the ducks' nineteen adventures. Scrooge, Huey, Dewey, and Louie grow and mature as a result of their adventures, realizing time and again that friendship is the most valuable treasure of all. (Ages 5 and older) --Tami Horiuchi

Special Features

  • 19 episodes on three discs
  • Bonus pilot episode

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  • Actors: Alan Young, Russi Taylor, Terence McGovern, Chuck McCann, Frank Welker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 14, 2006
  • Run Time: 667 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HWZ4R0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,933 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "DuckTales - Volume 2" on IMDb

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73 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ms. Pengelly on August 28, 2006
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So after plenty of lobbying and the internet community speaking out, DuckTales' Pilot, Treasure of the Golden Suns is making its way onto DVD, one Volume too late, but certainly nonetheless, great news. Not in its original movie format, but the 5 parts that went out into syndication after the first run of season one. Disc One includes, Treasure of The Golden Suns (Split into 5 parts), Back to the Klondike, Horse Scents and Scrooge's Pet. Disc Two includes The Firefly Fruit Contest episodes (1-4), Merit-Time Adventure, The Golden Fleecing, Ducks of the West and The Time Teasers. Disc three finished the set with Back Out in the Outback, Raiders of the Lost Harp, The Right Duck, Scroogerello, Double-O-Duck, Luck o' the Dcuks, Duckworths Revolt and the 2 story episode Magica's Magic Mirror and Take Me Out of the Ballgame.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Reginald D. Garrard VINE VOICE on November 30, 2006
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As a child of the fifties, I grew up reading comic books. Though I was more a fan of the superhero variety, I occasionally read the "lighter" titles, which included such fare as "Archie" and Carl Banks' "Uncle Scrooge." It is the latter that served as the basis for the series from which this compilation is culled.

Premiering as a weekday show in 1987, "Disney's DuckTales" brought a new dimension to television animation. Though primarily geared for a young audience, the show had enough in jokes and historical/pop culture references to appeal to the children's parents. Well done parodies of "Star Trek," the "Indiana Jones" series, John Wayne, the Kentucky Derby, James Bond, fairy tales and world mythology, and even primetime's biggest soap opera, "Dallas," can be found among this 24-episode collection.

The highlight, of course, is "Treasure of the Golden Suns," the five-part pilot that introduces Uncle Scrooge and tells how he became guardian to nephew Donald's younger charges, Huey, Dewey, and Louie. The episode also shows the transition of Scrooge from miserly to a bit more compassionate to others as a result of his new-found "parenthood."

In addition to these characters, there is the introduction of Mrs. Beakly, the nanny, and her grandchild, Webby; the butler, Duckworth; inventor, Gyro Gearloose; erstwhile pilot Lauchpad McQuack; the boys' friend, Doofus; and McDuck's chief financial nemesis, Flintheart Glomgold. Filling out the cast are the recurring appearances of The Beagle Boys and sorceress Magica De Spell.

Voicing these characters is a talented array of voice actors. Leading the pack is Alan Young ("Uncle Scrooge"), primarily known for his memorable turn as Wilbur Post, owner of the "Mr. Ed" of television fame.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By James G on November 15, 2006
DuckTales is not necessarily a children's show. It's actually a very entertaining show for all ages. Thank goodness the first collection was popular enough to produce a second. DuckTales was one of the best cartoons ever made. So far I own both collections, collection one of Chip n' Dale, and the Talespin DVD set. I'm also looking forward to a collection of Real Ghostbusters seasons but that's a whole other studio. Thank you Disney for bringing this show back. I'm hoping that the third collection will be out sometime next year (with Bubba and Gizmo Duck) and I hope the movie will be released on DVD soon. The only thing I wish the folks at Disney could find is some behind the scenes footage or have an interview video with the developers of the show. This show brings back so many childhood memories. The copyright date of 1987 seems like ages ago. Disney should really bring shows like this back into the market.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Warlock on November 14, 2006
Volume 2 has arrived and with it the much wanted Treasure of the Golden Sun Series. The first five episodes are dedicated to the first disc along with 3 other episodes. Swap the first discs from Volume 1 and Volume 2 and you'll have the Treasure of the Golden Suns on Volume 1. The other episodes are all classics from the Ducktales series, Working for Scales is one of my personal favorite episodes from the series and I was glad to see it, along with its series from Catching as Cash Can. I am also glad to say that the episodes are uncut and include scenes that are not shown on Cable.

While you cannot skip past the opening theme song, there are chapters when you play all, and you can skip from chapter to chapter. There are no extras again, but for the price the Volume is a really good value. I have noticed no problems in video or sound quality. If you're like me and could care less about extras and just want the episodes for a good price this is the set for you.

So sit back and enjoy this viewing of the second Volume of the Ducktales series, many classic episodes for your viewing pleasure.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Gord Wilson VINE VOICE on March 27, 2007
The second volume of DuckTales is as much a delight as the first, because it in a sense starts over, opening with the pilot episode, here presented in five parts, Treasure of the Golden Suns. At the outset, Donald Duck has joined the Navy, so his nephews go to live with their money- loving Uncle Scrooge. At first they don't get along: he's got lots of rough edges, and the trio blench at being restrained. The very first episode brilliantly brings in the Junior Woodchucks, the scouting group Huey, Dewey, and Louie joined up with in the later Dell/ Gold Key Carl Barks comics.

From the beginning, this was an imaginative, lavishly done cartoon series, the flagship of the Disney Afternoon, which would also include TaleSpin, Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers and Gummi Bears. Like DuckTales, these shows brought back stars from the Disney archives, building on the Disney strength of strong character design.

DuckTales is also a textbook case of how to make a DVD set. This box set includes three one- sided discs, each in their own slipcase, with a total of 19 episodes as well as the five part pilot. You can easily skip the initial Coming Attractions by pushing Menu on the remote. If you're doing Cartoons without Cable, your kids can look forward to a new episode each day. If you're an animation lover, fan of Carl Barks' comics or a Disneyphile, this is the set for you. Disney has long been synonymous with quality in animation; now they also lead the way in creating excellent DVD box sets.
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