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PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 7:35 pm 
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MMILC vol 1 is #1
SS is #2

What's #3? MM B&W vol 1?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 7:42 pm 
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Either that or Goofy.


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Goofy by far.

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Goofy is 3... MMIB&Wv1 is 4... Tomorrowland or DC is probably #5.

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Goofy is deffinately 3rd. I couldn't find any of the first 7 singally that i could afford. So I ended up buying the Ultimate Disney Treasure Collection. That is a great buy, well worth it,

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I would have to agree, although I'd have to place Goofy at #1 because it's the only bloody one I can't find. I managed to find MMILC and SS, luckily. Overall though, I'd place them in order of:
1) Mickey Mouse In Living Colour 1
2) Silly Symphonies
3) The Complete Goofy
4) Mickey Mouse in Black and White 1
5) Disneyland USA

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So Goofy it is. I had to pay through the nose for that one. It was my first and still my very favorite treasure. Nothig can beat Goofy shorts from back then. :)

I have found SS a few times at Newbury comics for $25, had I known it was that rare I would have bought it and sold it to one of you guys.


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Ciaobelli wrote:
So Goofy it is. I had to pay through the nose for that one. It was my first and still my very favorite treasure. Nothig can beat Goofy shorts from back then. :)

I have found SS a few times at Newbury comics for $25, had I known it was that rare I would have bought it and sold it to one of you guys.


Goofy is the greatest, hands down! My foot is currently implanted firmly in my butt for not picking this up when I had the opportunity. His classic "How To" shorts are some of my fondest memories of Disney when I was a child. And the classic voice by Pinto Colvig, can't be beat "Yaaaahaaahooie!", and "Gawrsh" were things that I'd repeat often as a kid.

On a somewhat related note, the current "How to" short "How To Haunt A House" found on Mickey's House of Villains is really a great tribute to his early great shorts, and really captures the spirit of the old ones very well

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Goofy indeed. I'm glad I got the ultimate treasure chest. I now own them all!! :) how cheesy.


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awallaceunc wrote:
Goofy is 3... MMIB&Wv1 is 4... Tomorrowland or DC is probably #5.

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I doubt Tomorrowland woud be that high up :?


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Class316 wrote:
awallaceunc wrote:
Goofy is 3... MMIB&Wv1 is 4... Tomorrowland or DC is probably #5.

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I doubt Tomorrowland woud be that high up :?


Well after the big four, let's look at the others that aren't still available on Amazon: Davey Crockett (as I said, this could be #5), Disneyland (doesn't go for very much and can STILL be found in a lot of stores), Behind The Scenes (ditto), and Tomorrowland (which I now see starting to go for sometimes $5 more than retail).

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????? I thought it went like this:

1). Mickey Mouse In Living Color #1
2). On the Front Lines
3). Goofy

Everyone seemed to love "On the Front Lines" so much, I figured it was like the 2nd most popular set. That had the most copies made.


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None of the Wave 3 or 4 titles have had a chance to sell out on Amazon (which is a good indicator for how they would resell on eBay as well as their stock around the country), with the exception of TL. The reason being that Wave 4 just came out and Wave 3 had very high print numbers, respectively (except TL) and hasn't been out all that long either. On The Front Lines probably is popular, though I don't know for sure. It hasn't sold out on Amazon yet, though. I predict that The Chronological Donald will be the next to do so (honestly, I'm surprised it hasn't yet).

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OFL had a print run of 250,000, which is the highest of any Treasure out there, which means it's resale value is a lot lower. On the other hand Tommorowland has the lowest print run (105,000) but it's still relatively new (give it a little more time and it'll be impossible to find). Let's say this is a few years down the road, I think The Complete Pluto will be another difficult one, as it's run is only 110,000. However, the first two waves are going to some of the hardest, just due to the amount of time they've been OOP

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Neither of them is really rare, though, with 100000-150000 or more copies each...


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