I was told it would take 2-3 sets to do the complete von Drake and the one Moby Duck. I'd hate for them to start it and not finish it though.
How many shows did Ranger Woodlore have? Maybe he could piggy back on von Drake.
Jiminy Cricket's No Fool Shorts would hardly fill a Treasures disc. How many episodes of Disneyland did he host? I know of the Christmas show and the one where Walt has him call Mickey, Donald, and Goofy in to do a show. Are there any others? If there are enough of those then maybe a Jiminey/Woodlore set?
Ah, those are two set ideas I would love! In fact, I'm going to riot if I don't eventually get a set with the Moby Duck episode on it. Never even thought about giving Jiminy his own set, but it sounds like it could work, and Woodlore could be a good one to match with him. Of course, Jiminy's shorts could work well as part of a second rarities set... There's lots of other stuff to include too.
On the previously mentioned subject of allowing more recent works into the Treasures line, and the argument that they are not really "treasures," well, I have a different opinion. Personally, I've never really felt the Treasures line was the right place for TV shows. I'd prefer to get them in season sets or GOOD chronological volumes, including the original Mickey Mouse Club. The exception would have to be the Disneyland series, because its showing of the feature films on many episodes makes it an odd case. Though, short-lived TV shows could work as Disney Treasures also if they could fit into one set.
That brings me to where I was going about the idea of more recent stuff being Treasures. I believe that, considering that we are in the 2000's now, many folks would consider '70's and '80's Disney to be Treasures. Heck, even SOME of the early '90's stuff could work IF it was rare enough (I'm thinking of stuff like "Muppets At Walt Disney World" on a Disney World themed set). I also think a way to do this later stuff could be Treasures sets themed to decades. A '70's set could feature The Mouseketeers at Walt Disney World along with some other stuff from that decade. A set called "Disney Celebrations" could work for all those birthday shows we want (like Mickey's 60th with Roger Rabbit or the Disneyland birthday where we see Ernest and Woody from Cheers as kids visiting Disneyland). Some have even recommended a Christmas themed set, and shows like Wuzzles and the Love Bug series could be part of sets of their own. I'd say that, this being 2008, they're pretty retro now.
Of course, most importantly is to finish sets that are already started. I want the rest of Donald, and I really want it to include "This Is Your Life, Donald Duck" and "Your Host, Donald Duck." Was rather disappointed that neither were on volume 3. I also want the rest of Swamp Fox and Baca (especially Swamp Fox) and several as yet unreleased shorts. Most importantly:
Scrooge McDuck and Money, the Chip N Dale shorts, the Jiminy Cricket Shorts, the What Should I Do Series, Harold and His Amazing Green Plants, It's Tough to be a Bird, Dad, Can I Borrow the Car, Small One (unedited), and Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons (among others). Oh, and Destino and a few other new ones like that (I believe a couple were in those Small World DVDs, or whatever they're called). We also still need a version of Runaway Brain with the audio in sync! Now that's one that should have had a replacement program.
In addition to that stuff and other aforementioned stuff, I am eager to get:
Sport Goofy in Soccermania, Disney's Fluppy Dogs, Totally Minnie, the Ludwig Von Drake, Moby Duck, Jiminy, and Ranger Woodlore shows, Disneyland Showtime, Carnivaltime, the EPCOT Opening Day program with Danny Kaye, Coyote's Lament, Song of the South and So Dear to My Heart, Melody Time and Make Mine Music (uncut), Saludos Amigos and Three Caballeros (unedited), Gallagher, Killroy, Dr. Syn, Andy Burnett, Daniel Boone, probably other stuff I'm forgetting, and maybe they need to release a Gargoyles Disney Treasures set too for the LOST episodes (in other words, the REST of Season 2). Another nice set would feature some of the souvenir DVDs/videos that were sold in the parks over the years, and even some of the very old promotional ones.
Yeah, I'm sure I forgot some stuff, and there are so many episodes of the Disneyland series to be released, but there's a good taste of what I still am waiting for.