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Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 2 - Starring Donald

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Editorial Reviews

An hour-long collection of Disney cartoons. Inferior Decorator, 1948, Donald hanging wallpaper; bee, fooled by fake flowers, attempts to land. Don gets bee stuck in glue. After unsuccessful dives at Donald bee calls in swarm of bees. Don Donald, 1937, Mexican setting. Donald, a gay troubadour, trades his faithful burro for a car to win the favor of tempestuous Donna Duck. But the car falls apart and Donald comes to value his old burro once more. (First picture starring Donald Duck; first appearance of Daisy as Donna.) Golden Eggs, 1941, Donald disguises himself as a chicken to recover a basket of eggs protected by a rooster. He rhumbas with the rooster when a worm in his clothes causes him to wiggle. Bee at the Beach, 1950, Donald pesters a bee at the beach, captures him in a bottle. Bee dives at Donald on a raft but misses--unscrews valve causing the boat to shoot into surrounding sharks. Donald's Dog Laundry, 1940, With a squeaker toy cat, Donald tries to entice Pluto to try his mechanical dog washer, but is unexpectedly caught himself, scrubbed and hung on the line to dry. Donald's Vacation, 1940, Donald goes to the woods with folding camp equipment. Gets tangled in folding chair and chipmunks steal his food; is chased by huge bear. Old MacDonald Duck, 1941, Donald, to accompaniment of "Old MacDonald's Farm," does chores; feeds chickens and pigs; fly trouble him while milking cow. Pail upsets, Donald is kicked. Chef Donald, 1941, Donald gets into difficulties when he mixes rubber cement waffle batter. Rubber band gag with mixture. He finally throws it out; it hits a tree, springs back through the door and covers him in sticky mass.

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 11, 2005
  • Run Time: 61 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006J288W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,134 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 11, 2005
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This DVD includes 8 Donald Duck shorts. However, all but two of these: Inferior Decorators and Bee at the Beach are already included on the Chronological Donald Volume 1 Disney Treasures Set. I guess that Disney is just trying to get something out that's a little less costly but you can get the Treasures Sets for around $25 to $30 and get so much more. The Donald set comes with 36 shorts AND bonus features, so you are getting much more bang for your buck.

This collection is a rather broad range of tunes from 1937 up to 1950. Donald's Vacation and Don Donald are probably the two best shorts on the disc. None are really classics but they are all pretty good. I'd still say spend the extra bucks and get the Chronological Donald volume 1 if you are REALLY a Donald fan.

Inferior Decorator 1948 - Spike the Bee doesn't understand why he can't get pollen out of Donald's new flowered wallpaper.

Don Donald 1937 - Don Donald rides over to Donna's place on a donkey that drives him nuts. He entertains Donna (later known as Daisy); until she hops on to the donkey for a little ride and gets thrown off it's back into a fountain.

Golden Eggs 1941 - With the price of eggs are going up, Donald decides to sell his hen's eggs and get rich but ends up having a hard time harvesting eggs from the henhouse, so he goes in disguise as a rooster to get them.

Bee at the Beach 1950 - Donald and Spike the Bee in another conflict, this time a fight over limited space at the beach.

Donalds Dog Laundry - 1940 - Donald Duck builds an automated dog washer he dubs the "Modern Dog Washer". A handy Pluto naps nearby, so Donald decides to use him as his test subject

Donald's Vacation 1940 - Donald decides to go kayaking in the great outdoors.
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It's too bad it didn't come out for the holidays because it would have made a great grab-bag gift. For $10, you only get 8 cartoons, but for someone like myself who is a Donald Duck fan, it's nice to watch this whenever I need a good laugh. Today's cartoons are much too violent. It's nice to see something clean.
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I have a two year old girl and this dvd is just long enough for her to stay interested, but not too long to bore her. Being 8 cartoons - it's not the biggest set out there, and I'll probably buy the big set as soon as I finish this comment, but It's good for a little one if you're not wanting to spend $30 on a big set. Now that I know there's a bigger set out there, and I'm a Duck fan, I'll get it. This is a good dvd to put on before dinner to keep her occupied - and, by the time dinner's ready, she's settled down and ready to eat.
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This is a Xmas present for our three year old grandson. For some reason he just loves Donald Duck, not the modern Donald Duck on Mickey Mouse Club, but mid 1950's cartoon Donald Duck. These videos are quite expensive, but what Disney items are not.
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These cartoons are great! I read all these reviews complaining that these cartoons are available on the "Treasures", but the truth is these are good DVDs that serve a different function. I own all the "Treasures" DVDs because I am a animation fan and I believe all "hard core" fans know they need to get the "Treasures", but I also own all of the "Classic Cartoon Favorites" DVDs. I and my older children (12 and up) watch the "Treasures" DVDs and the whole family especially my small children (2 and up) enjoy the "Classic Cartoon Favorites". They are both good!!! So if you want disney cartoon classics, but are not "hare core" go ahead and buy this video these cartoons are great!
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Fun to watch as a grown-up on Saturday mornings while I drink my coffee and read the paper. Definitely thought there'd be other cartoons that I remembered, but fun just the same. Glad I found a deal on a used copy for $6. Some of these are going for $100 on Amazon! Not worth that at all.
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This is a good way to start your classic Disney collection. 8 different Donald Duck cartoons and all of them packed with uniquely crafted animation as well as Clarence Nash's iconic voice. If you can't afford the Walt Disney Treasures yet, then start with this one!!
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Important to expose kids to classic Disney.
Not cacophonous, like most modern cartoons.
Love the artistry and color, and how kids relate to Donald, because he loses his temper...But, he does get in trouble for it.
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