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These cartoons have been in the public domain and thus available in inexpensive, poor-quality collections. This 2009 set from Warner Home Video is reproduced from the original film elements, and while some source damage is still visible, the improved color and clarity make previous versions nearly unwatchable. (These are the same remasterings that were released in the 2007 Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition.) Also, rather than cramming them onto a single disc, the shorts are given two discs, adding a featurette on Superman the hero and a 12-minute history of the Fleischer project, including interviews with Max's son and modern animators such as Bruce Timm and Paul Dini, who discuss the Fleischers' influence on the highly regarded Superman and Batman animated series from the 1990s. --David Horiuchi
My grandson loves them and fell in love with Superman watching them.
This 2 disc set includes the entire series of the Fleischer Superman cartoons and it's probably as good as it gets when it comes to sound and picture quality.
Having been considered part of the public domain for decades, these shorts have been issued numerous times on VHS and DVD with varying degrees of quality.
Todays stuff is great but it is still sweet to be able to buy this older vintage supes!Published 1 month ago by Bowman
Warner Bros. did a nice job on re mastering the shorts to were it was when Paramount released it in the 40's and features are pretty good . My cons, is the sound is a bit dryPublished 2 months ago by Joshua
Very well done especially for the time period they were made - also considering these were made VERY close to the birth of the Superman myth they played a huge role in 'filling'... Read morePublished 3 months ago by David W. Nesbitt
The kids and I love these. Classic Fleischer Superman. They look great here, and while the stories are ultimately boilerplate (madman threatens Metropolis, "spunky gal"... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Hundley
Got these for my twin boys. They love them and I love that they are from the 1940s without all of the crude violence from today.Published 6 months ago by Ange Albers
Super because the have the Fleischer touch. Greatest cartoonist ever. Given the time and technology he didn't have to take a back seat to Disney or anybody for that matter. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Prerston Glazer
I first saw these cartoon on Cartoon Network in 2012. I loved watching it &I have no regrets whatsoever. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rainet Lewis
I wanted to introduce my 3/yo grandson to Superman, but not to the current scary versions. These episodes are hand drawn, short, and the stories are simple. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nugatorius
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Warner is scaling back their releases in 2009 so we're lucky to even see this release. Maybe somewhere down the line we'll see a Blu-ray release with a full restoration, not the partial restoration of this set. The color correction looks nice but there is still too much noise and dirt.
Apr 8, 2009 by Rushead 2112-Hemispheres | See all 2 posts