A Chip 'n' Dale Treasure would be a great idea, however it would already be double-dipping into Mickey In Living Color Volume 2, Complete Pluto Volumes 1 and 2, and Chronological Donald Volumes 3 and 4. And all just for the benefit and ease of having Chip 'n' Dale shorts together, along with the 3 on-their-own shorts ("Chicken in the Rough", "Two Chips and a Miss", "The Lone Chipmunks"). It'd be a waste of a slot in the next wave, and people who bought the other 5 sets will be annoyed that they have to rebuy the cartoons all over again simply to get the other 3 shorts (if they don't already have Davy Crockett: Two Movie Set or Classic Cartoon Favorites Volume 4).
If they were to go forth with a Walt Disney Treasures: Classic Chip 'n' Dale, I wouldn't mind seeing the following...
-All 23 of their shorts, including the 3-D version of "Working for Peanuts" (with a couple pairs of 3-D glasses included)
-The Maltin/Beck audio commentary for "Working for Peanuts" (on CDV4), as well as new Maltin/Beck audio commentaries for "Chip an' Dale", "Chicken in the Rough", Two Chips and a Miss", and "Dragon Around"
-"The Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale", a 1959 "Disneyland" episode hosted by the pair. It features the following: "Two Chips and a Miss", "Chicken In The Rough", "Donald Applecore", "Chips Ahoy", "Up A Tree", and "The Lone Chipmunks", and portions of "Farmyard Symphony" and "Old Sequoia." However, if the cartoons seem repetitive to include, they can always just have the Chip 'n' Dale intros (such as that adorable song-and-dance they do in Walt's office).
-A 20-minute featurette about the history of Chip 'n' Dale, such as who did their voices, focus on notable shorts, etc.
-A 20-featurette about Jack Hannah, who directed a majority of their shorts, as well as many Donald, Pluto, and Humphrey shorts.
-A 20-minute featurette about "Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers", discussing why it was made, some memorable stories/characters, and the voice actors. Of course, it'd be better if something like this were on the final volume of Rescue Rangers on DVD, but since Disney obviously doesn't feel like releasing it (or the remaining episodes), a little featurette here would be good.
-The three Chip 'n' Dale shorts from "Mickey Mouse Works": "Donald and the Big Nut", "Mickey's Mixed Nuts", and "Golf Nut Donald". Included because there's just as awesome as the classic shorts, and because "Mickey Mouse Works" or "House of Mouse" DVDs seem less likely.
-Storyboard, Art, Publicity, and Merchandise Galleries
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