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Mgm Cartoon Christmas

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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First let me say that this is an official re-release of "MGM CARTOON MAGIC Featuring 'Alias St. Nick'" despite the strangely plane, drab, generic looking box. Who thought this box art would attract customers?

The film transfers look quite good with nice color. The tape only runs 35 minutes, but even in this age of DVD collecting it is still well worth getting.

1) ALIAS ST. NICK (1935) (Harmon-Ising) A cat disguises himself as Santa Clause to gain entry into a rodent household with hopes of eating the family. Don't worry, his scheme is discovered & the toys become weapons of defense. NOT ON DVD OR LASERDISC (as of 2007) !

2) THE PUPS CHRISTMAS (1936) (Harmon-Ising) Two puppies enjoy christmas with their human family. While nicely animated, this one is a little lacking to hold interest for 8 minutes. The older kids may get bored & I (a big animation fan) found myself drifting. NOT ON DVD OR LASERDISC (as of 2007) !

3) THE PEACHY COBBLER (1950) ( T e x A v e r y ) Quite a contrast to the previous cartoon. This one starts out as a wholesome story of a poor sickly shoe cobbler who shares his bread-crumbs with some shivering birds. Then the TEX AVERY humor kicks in as the birds turn into goofy elves who go to work repairing shoes to help the ailing cobbler. This just goes to show how Tex's zany humor can still have heart, it also shows what he could have done with "Pups Christmas". While this was on the Total Tex Avery Laserdisc set, it is still not yet out on DVD (but may be this year).

4) PEACE ON EARTH (1939) (Hugh Harmon) This Academy Award nominated cartoon is a very serious anti-war cartoon about the human race wiping itself out through constant war over insignificant things such as "Vegetarians v.s. the Meat-eaters".
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They don't do cartoons like this anymore. I especially love the Peachy Cobbler. What a blast from past I remember it from my childhood.
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