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The extras include the entire Mickey Mouse Club show from Oct. 1, 1956, when Considine and Kirk presented a preview of the new serial, and a short feature on how the Disney crew adapted the popular boys' books to television. Host Leonard Maltin conducts an agreeable interview with a disconcertingly aged Considine and Kirk. This Disney Treasure is a must-have for viewers who grew up during the '50s--or younger audiences who want discover the answer to the question, "Now where are those gold doubloons and pieces of eight?" (Rated G, suitable for ages 5 and older: mild violence) --Charles Solomon
This series was great fun, and I'm glad it's available on DVD, but c'mon, Disney--there is no earthly excuse for the absurd price (currently $129) on this set. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John J. Schauer
real quality collection > I watched The Boys in 1957 and read several of the Dixon books in 1960! Incl. is the Oct. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Phil S.
This was a real trip down memory lane. I used to watch it on channel 7 back in Long Island as a kid! Read morePublished 17 months ago by John S.
Wave 6 ends with another Mickey Mouse Club title, this one featuring The Hardy Boys. I wasn't born early enough to have seen these shows first run, but I found it to be a good... Read morePublished 19 months ago by DR SHOCK
The movie was received as described. Like New. It played very well.
A classic Disney tale. A suspenseful mystery. Fun.
WONDERFUL.... just as I remembered.... nice to revisit our childhood past and share it with our children/grandchildren. Read morePublished 22 months ago by G. Laxton
My nine year old grand daughter could not turn it off until she had seen every single episode and then wanted to start over! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jeannine Trybus
If ever you wanted to feel like a kid again, then buying the Hardy Boys The Mickey Mouse Club 1956-1957 DVD is a must. The wife and I just loved it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by john
AAAAAhh- The Hardy Boys. We used to run home from school to see the next episode. Fifty years later, the serial is still a great story to me. Top notch acting and great sets. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Whitney O. Gardiner