Walt Disney Treasures Wave 4

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  1. LorenzoL

    LorenzoL Second Unit

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    According to Ultimatedisney.com is reporting the following DVDs for wave 4


    Mickey Mouse in Black & White Volume 2

    The Mickey Mouse Club

    The Complete Pluto

    Assorted Treasures Set (will contain "Donald in Mathmagic Land" and "Ben & Me" programs)

    Apologize if this been reported on a previous thread.
     
  2. Casey Trowbridg

    Casey Trowbridg Lead Actor

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    I'd probably skip the Mickey Mouse club and get the other 3.
     
  3. Ernest Rister

    Ernest Rister Producer

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    Where the #@$% are the True Life Adventures?

    The People and Places shorts?

    Donald Vol. II?

    Waiting for Wave Five? I'm gonna have silver tins shooting out my High-Def Sphincter by then.
     
  4. Ben_@

    Ben_@ Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm very interested in that set with "Donald in Mathmagic Land" its just going to be a bunch of assorted cartoons, no theme?
     
  5. MarcoBiscotti

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    I believe this is still speculation, nothing has officially been announced as of yet.
     
  6. Brian-W

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    I'm curious which Mickey Mouse Club (the 60's version or the late 70s early 80's version)?

    Still longing for the Mickey Mouse Club that had Lisa Welchel....
     
  7. Douglas R

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    I agree! Great to have Pluto anyway but I have no interest in the Mickey Mouse Club.
     
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    This is just pure speculation. Nothing official. Although I do think we'll see Mickey Mouse in B&W 2.
     
  9. MarcoBiscotti

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    The theme of these Treasures have been to honour the films and entertainment that Walt Disney had created in his lifetime.
     
  10. oscar_merkx

    oscar_merkx Lead Actor

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    would be very interested in Pluto
     
  11. Amy Mormino

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    I sincerely hope they come up with a better title for the last set than "Assorted Treasures Set". That will really bring the customers in!
     
  12. Rob Gardiner

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    Whatever happened to DR. SYN ALIAS THE SCARECROW starring the great Patrick McGoohan????
     
  13. Adam_S

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    it's coming out in a regular release in august, Rob.

    I wanna know where Donald Vol. II is? I definitely want that more than the Mickey Mouse Club.

    Adam
     
  14. MarcoBiscotti

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    This is good news. Any more of these sets can be nothing but good news. Even if they continue to cripple the discs for fear of angry parents and boycotts (no "play all", forced introductions, etc.), they'll still be amazing.

    On the next set they'll probably include a big-brotheresque Leonard Maltin reassuring the parent, through picture-in-picture windows running the length of every short: "remember, these were different times... do not sue Disney... different times... sue Disney, BAD..."

    I am not, however, interested at all in the live-action sets (Davey Crockett, Behind the Scenes, Tomorrowland, etc.) The production numbers suggest they are less popular overall but for whatever reason (nostalgia perhaps) they have quite an intense following here on the HTF, where they definitely outdo the animated sets in terms of popularity.

    But I've sworn to myself to buy the sets based on my personal interest, rather than a set's "collectable status" or even "historical interest". Thus I have collected every animated tin since the beginning, and none of the live-action tins.

    that is all.

    ~s
     
  16. PaulP

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    Steve, both Behind the Scenes and Tomorrowland sets have plenty of animation. I'm like you, I buy these for the animation, that's why I don't have Davey Crockett or Disneyland.
     
  17. MarcoBiscotti

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    You're both missing out.
     
  18. Patrick McCart

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    The Behind the Scenes set is, of course, mostly "live-action" but it's all on animation.

    The set is worth it just for The Reluctant Dragon and the Disneyland episode on the history of animation. Walt even introduces a Koko the Clown cartoon, with organ music by Oliver Wallace.
     
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    I would assume it's the famous one.

    I'd snatch a Mickey Mouse Club up in a second, especially season boxes.
     
  20. Ernest Rister

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    "The theme of these Treasures have been to honour the films and entertainment that Walt Disney had created in his lifetime."

    Somebody better tell Disney not to ship the second disc of Mickey Mouse In Living Color Vol.II. Walt was dead when that stuff was made.
     

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