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Author:  Luke [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 8:02 pm ]
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<center>Walt Disney Treasures Limited Edition 2-Disc Tin

MICKEY MOUSE IN LIVING COLOR, VOLUME 2

Release Date: May 18, 2004

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<b>"Pointer" / "Mickey Down Under"</b>

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<b>"Nifty Nineties" / "Little Whirlwind"</b>

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<b>"Orphan's Benefit"</b>

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<b>"Mickey and the Seal" / "Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip"</b>

<u><b>"Mickey and the Beanstalk"</b></u>

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Author:  Escapay [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 8:04 pm ]
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They still have the Donald titles, Luke! :lol:

Escapay

Author:  MickeyMousePal [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 8:26 pm ]
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Wow! MICKEY MOUSE IN LIVING COLOR, VOLUME 2 it looks very good and has great color.
I can't wait to get Mickey Mouse. :wink:

Author:  goofystitch [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 8:39 pm ]
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Thanks. I still can't believe "Mickey and the Beanstalk" is on here because it might make people not want "Fun and Fancy Free." That's the best part.

Author:  Mr. Toad [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 8:45 pm ]
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I agree, already own fun and fancy free so a bit of a waste but maybe they have improved the cover.

Author:  Captain Hook [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 10:29 pm ]
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I am so glad that I've already ordered it!

Author:  indianajdp [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 10:48 pm ]
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Wave 3 is by far the best issue, Top-to-Bottom.
Thanks for posting all of these, Luke :thumb:

Author:  Loomis [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 3:42 am ]
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MickeyMousePal wrote:
Wow! MICKEY MOUSE IN LIVING COLOR, VOLUME 2 it looks very good and has great color.


Yes, I was quite shocked to see that Mickey Mouse in Living Colour was IN Colour!!!

Seriously though...I think I am anticipating this the most now. I was really looking forward to Frontlines the most, but I think this has eclipsed it.

Bring it on!

Author:  PatrickvD [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 5:31 am ]
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Aren't there two versions of Mickey & the Beanstalk, one with the live action parts and the one withouth those scenes. I'm not sure but I know my dvd of FAFF has some live action mixed in. Is the short on this dvd the same?

Author:  Hennie [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 9:13 am ]
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Looks great :D can't wait to have them in my hands

Author:  Lars Vermundsberget [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 9:37 am ]
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Patrick -

Those live-action parts are the frame story of Fun and Fancy Free and therefore part of the FaFF version of Mickey & the Beanstalk. In the video (and TV?) version of M&tB without the rest of FaFF the live-action pieces have been edited out and replaced with animated segments with Ludwig von Drake and a Beetle character. I'd expect this version on this new DVD set, but I really don't know.

Author:  PatrickvD [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 11:05 am ]
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Lars Vermundsberget wrote:
Patrick -

Those live-action parts are the frame story of Fun and Fancy Free and therefore part of the FaFF version of Mickey & the Beanstalk. In the video (and TV?) version of M&tB without the rest of FaFF the live-action pieces have been edited out and replaced with animated segments with Ludwig von Drake and a Beetle character. I'd expect this version on this new DVD set, but I really don't know.


thanks, makes more sense now! :)

Author:  ohmahaaha [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 4:38 pm ]
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It is so awesome that they are including "Mickey and the Beanstalk" and "Sorcerer's Apprentice" on this set!

Author:  Kram Nebuer [ Fri Apr 02, 2004 6:25 pm ]
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Bonus features:
- "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" and "Mickey and the Beanstalk"
- Deleted Animation from ''The Sorcerer's Apprentice''
- ''Mickey's Cartoon Comeback''
- ''The Voice Behind the Mouse''
- ''Mickey Mouse Club'' Titles in Color
- ''Mickey Meets the Maestro''
- Mouse Mania
- Mickey Cartoon Physics from ''The Plausible Impossible''
- Mickey on the Camera Stand from ''Tricks of Our Trade''
- The Making of ''Mickey's Christmas Carol''
- Publicity and Memorabilia Gallery
- Story and Background Art Gallery


Awesome! I'm really looking forward to the Making of Mickey's Christmas Carol and the Art galleries! And is Runaway Brain the most recent animation with MIckey on this set? Will the DVD mention or touch on Mickey Mouse Works or House of MOuse? Will the DVD discuss Mickey Mouse at the parks? I remember WDW had a Mickey Mania parade! I wonder if segments of the parade will be included in Mouse Mania, whatever that is....hmmmmmm....ºoº

Author:  AwallaceUNC [ Sat Apr 03, 2004 4:13 pm ]
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Man, I am very excited for this, even though I don't have the first volume. I don't view it as a waste for Beanstalk & Apprentice to be on here, as it just makes the set more complete, regardless of whether they are available elsewhere. They are still Mickey shorts. :)

-Aaron

Author:  Sir Hawkins [ Fri Apr 09, 2004 12:43 pm ]
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What really angers me is that Disney has completely folded to political correctness, and roughtly half, yes HALF of these cartoons have introductions to make sure the stereotypes and/or perceived "offensiveness" in the cartoons is addressed. They did this with only 2 or 3 cartoons on the Goofy set, but this is completely out of hand and annoying. What kids want to sit through an introduction before half the cartoons every time they watch them? I know I don't want to. And if the truth were known this stuff isn't even offensive! What I'm totally miffed about though is there's an introduction for Symphony Hour, now what in the world could possibly be taken the wrong way with that cartoon? Does anyone have any info on that, or the other ones for that matter?

p.s. I like this board alot, can't believe I found one just for Disney stuff. Sorry this had to be my first post. :)

Author:  Mr. Toad [ Fri Apr 09, 2004 2:03 pm ]
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Sir Hawkins - I totally disagree with you.

Some of the cartoons present images that are totally wrong and kids can not tell the difference always. In fact, they may understand wrong to be right if they see Mickey Mouse performing.

The alternative of course is too edit the cartoons. The cartoons are art and I believe it is wrong to edit them.

Therefore, the introductions are the best way to go.

As far as I am concerned I just want to see Song of the South no matter how badly it offends somebody. If the answer is to allow the NCAAP to give a 20 minute discertation on why they dont like it so be it.

Author:  AwallaceUNC [ Fri Apr 09, 2004 2:35 pm ]
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Just because someone else might be offended by it doesn't mean that Disney has to acknowledge it as offensive... I don't think any of it is, and it should be left alone and the offended parties can get over it. And the last I heard, the NAACP's official stance on SOTS is now "no position," so they wouldn't push for anything like that.

Sir Hawkins- welcome aboard. I felt the same way when I found UD.com. :)

-Aaron

Author:  Sir Hawkins [ Fri Apr 09, 2004 6:46 pm ]
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I think we are way too oversensetive a society right now. When I was a little kid back in the early 80's I watched these cartoons every day, and I don't think one tiny bit less of minorities or people of a different culture as an adult, nor can I ever remember feeling that way. And let's just say I did, I don't think Leanard Malton talking in my face for 30 seconds would have helped matters, I most likely wouldn't have even known what he was talking about. By Disney having those introductions they're not only admitting that the content is "offensive" (which it isn't) but they're also putting the idea that they're "offensive" into the minds of people and kids who wouldn't have even thought twice about it had the introductions not been there. Sorry but they're shooting themselves in the foot with this one. I'm going to have to rip and re-burn the DVD without the commentaries, what an unfortunate waste.

Author:  STASHONE [ Fri Apr 09, 2004 7:00 pm ]
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Sir Hawkins wrote:
What really angers me is that Disney has completely folded to political correctness, and roughtly half, yes HALF of these cartoons have introductions to make sure the stereotypes and/or perceived "offensiveness" in the cartoons is addressed. They did this with only 2 or 3 cartoons on the Goofy set, but this is completely out of hand and annoying. What kids want to sit through an introduction before half the cartoons every time they watch them? I know I don't want to. And if the truth were known this stuff isn't even offensive! What I'm totally miffed about though is there's an introduction for Symphony Hour, now what in the world could possibly be taken the wrong way with that cartoon? Does anyone have any info on that, or the other ones for that matter?

p.s. I like this board alot, can't believe I found one just for Disney stuff. Sorry this had to be my first post. :)


:thumb:

Great first post, I agree 100 percent!

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