Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - Volume 1
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The Rangers' adventures play like a mixture of Disney's The Rescuers and The Great Mouse Detective, with elements of Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? stirred in. Chip, Dale, and the other Rangers outwit criminal cats, mad scientists, and crooked mice. All of the farfetched stories seem to feature the same slapstick chases, Rube Goldberg contraptions, and villains getting their rear ends chomped. Disney purists objected to turning the classic characters of Chip an' Dale into something they'd never been, but Gen-Y kids liked Rescue Rangers, which ran for 65 episodes. (Unrated, suitable for age 7 and older: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon
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First, the packaging. Bundled neatly within the box are three separate containers with Chip, Dale, and Monterey Jack prominently featured on the cover. On each container, one additional action picture on the front, along with the Rescue Rangers TV logo. More pictures and episode listings are on the back. These covers look nice, clean and crisp.
Something missing from this set is the individual episode descriptions. No booklet or description on the disc of the individual episodes is included.
The episodes, themselves are taken from the master film footage, which, unfortunately have degraded a tiny bit over the last 16 years, or so. White streaks and blips appear throughout nearly every episode. The audio sounds great, however, as it is mastered in Dolby Digital Mono.
No special features, just 27 episodes on three discs.
Catteries not Included
Three Men and a Booby
Piratsy Under the Seas
Adventures in Squirrelsitting
Flash the Wonder Dog
The Pound of the Baskervilles
Parental Discretion Retired
Bearing up Baby
Out to Launch
Dale Beside Himself
Kiwi's Big Adventure
A Lad In A Lamp
The Battle of the Bulge
Ghost of a Chance
An Elephant Never Suspects
A Case of Stageblight
The Luck Stops Here
Fake me to Your Leader
Last Train to Cashville
The Case of the Cola Cult
Throw Mummy From the Train
A Wolf in Cheap Clothing
Does Pavlov Ring A Bell?
I hope that a Rescue Rangers Volume 2 will be made. If it is, I would like to see "To the Rescue" included, as well as some special features.
And for those that would argue that this isn't #1 out of the Disney vault, need I remind you that this series spawned the only character ever created exclusively for a Disney Afternoon show that got their own ride at Disneyland: Gadget!
For parents, many of you may remember this series from when you were younger. Share it with your children. Disney, once upon a time, was a family company, and that meant the whole family, not just those under 7. You'll enjoy this as much as your children do, believe me :)
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Kids grew up watching Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers and wanted to have it here for their kids to watch.Published 1 month ago by Kim
My daughter loves these movies and I can't wait to get her more seasons.Published 1 month ago by Paige
I love this show so much! I wish Disney would release volume 3 already! While the dvds are decent quality, they definitely haven't been remastered at all! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leif
Screw yogaba and the crap nowadays show your children these cartoons!!Published 2 months ago by freshprince130
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