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Although it's fun to look at the old sketches and pencil tests, the high point of the supplementary material is the discussion host Leonard Maltin conducts with Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, the last surviving members of the justly celebrated "Nine Old Men" of Disney animation. Thomas and Johnston were nearly 90 at the time of the interview, but their enthusiasm for their work, for Mickey, and for the man who made it all possible remains undimmed. (Unrated; suitable for all ages: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon
The Walt Disney Treasures series presents these classics quite well.
Bonus features are also included including an interesting look at the original Mickey Mouse Clubs in the 1930s and pencil tests and sketches from the disk's shorts.
Its like will not be seen again otherwise, and that would be a crying shame.
I had to return/resell this because my brother already had it.Published 2 months ago by Ruby Gonzalez
Who doesn't like Mickey Mouse. A great collection of his greatest black and white cartoons and the behind the scenes information is quite interesting. Read morePublished 15 months ago by addie
Moving on to Wave two of Walt Disney Treasures DVD series, we go back to the beginning or at least to the beginning of what separated Disney from it's competitors. Read morePublished 18 months ago by DR SHOCK
I'm sure that there are plenty of people who would love to have this volume 1 collection but can't or won't pay over $100 for the set. Read morePublished 18 months ago by C.Q.Link
Old School Mickey. How can you go wrong? We spent several hours enjoying these classics, and I bet you will too! (disclaimer: we have annual passes to WDW)Published 18 months ago by Leonard Burton
A great collection for all those that likes to remember the origins of the cartoons in movies. Those first designers, as Walt Disney, they were true artists. Read morePublished 22 months ago by George
Excellent for an extremely difficult hard item to find without a doubt it definitely exceeded my expectations. A must have for a true Mickey Mouse Fan.Published on February 25, 2013 by Victor M. Lee
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|Any plans for a re-release???||
disney's website has a box you can check next to the out of print dvds to request a re-release but i don't know if that means anything. personally i'm hoping they'll re-release the mickey mouse in living color vol.1, silly symphonies vol.1, and complete goofy again because there's no way on earth... Read More
Aug 20, 2007 by R. Smith | See all 3 posts