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DuckTales & Chip N Dale Officially Coming!!

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Jim Beaver, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Jim Beaver

    Jim Beaver Supporting Actor

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    This is awesome news!!! Not only is DuckTales coming but Chip & Dale as well! It's great that Disney is jumping on the bandwagon more.
    From Ultimate Disney

     
  2. Kevin/M

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    Wonderi f these will be Best Of's or Volumes in Chronological Order. Probably the Former.


    What I'd REALLY like for disney to do is put out DVDs for Raw Toonage (You could get the Complete series of that show in one set. It's somewhat of a Cult Hit), or Bonkers.
     
  3. Jim Beaver

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    I'm betting it will be Season 1 Vol. 1 thing. Just a guess though.
     
  4. Mark Lx

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    How many episodes are usually on their disks?
     
  5. Kevin/M

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    I almost completely forgot about Darkwing Duck. Now, THAT's a Disney cartoon show that needs a DVD release.
     
  6. MarcoBiscotti

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    Now THIS is exciting news!!!

    I also hope these will be in chronologiucal broadcast order and not compilation style, especially for Ducktales based on the continuity & progression of the series!

    I can't wait for both of these, it's about damn time!!!

    Disney animated afternoon blocks have been among my most wanted TV releases EVER... FINALLY!!!
     
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  8. PaulP

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    Yes, these are definite buys, if indeed they are chronological, as WB's Batman sets are (which have been some of the most successful cartoon DVDs for WB, I've read).
     
  9. MatthewA

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    Well, as usual, if the episodes are uncut, I'm good for a copy.

    Now how about the Gummi Bears...
     
  10. Rob T

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    Nice.
    I'll be getting Ducktales sets if they're done right.
    but I still want Gummi Bears, Darkwing Duck, The Tick, all of the Saban/Marvel shows and probably a few more.
     
  11. Eric Emma

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    Oh man I love this show when I was a kid and watched the movie at least a hundred times [​IMG] I'll have this set bought day of!
     
  12. Paul Miller

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    Thank you Disney, I am definitely getting both of these.

    I hope they get to Gummi Bears as well as the rest of the Disney Afternoon shows like Talespin.

    Paul
     
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    So the question is, will these be single or dual sided discs? Single sided means about 18-21 episodes in the set, while dual sided would boost it to 36-42 eps -- about half the series for Chip 'n' Dale, and a third of Duck Tales.

    I've never bought a Disney DVD, so I don't know if they've ever used dual sided.
     
  14. MarcoBiscotti

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    I'm guessing dual-layered, I think most of Disney's releases have been this way.
     
  15. Chris S

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    I was just thinking about this the other day! This is awesome!

    Hopefully Disney is smart enough to add something about the impact and inspiration of Carl Barks on this series. A good 30 minute documentary would be nice.

    I wonder why they decided to go with Rescue Rangers as their other release? I much would have preferred Talespin or Darkwing.

    Chris S.
     
  16. Kevin/M

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    Another Point of concern for the Ducktales and Rescue Rangers sets is will they have their original closings restored.

    Explanation:

    The Final Card of The Original Broadcasts of Ducktales, Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers, The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and Gummi Bears featured a unique Buena Vista television closing Card featuring a Red/Yellow/Orange Sleeping Beauty's Castle against a violet background. Early (pre-1996) Disney Channel ariings of the shows preserved the logo, but later Disney Channel (and Toon Disney) airings replaced the logo with the standard Walt Disney Television logo (White Sleeping Beauty's caslte against a light blue background, almost identical to the old Walt Disney Pictures logo).
    Although Minor, The episodes won't really be "Complete" without the logo, and i hope Disney restores them.
     
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    I hope they dont leave out the pilot in this volume set. It wouldn't make much sense for them to do so.
     
  19. Pavan_P

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    I hope they don't skip all the multiple part episodes, if they do indeed skip the 5-part pilot. Here is the entire DuckTales episode list (I believe in production order):

    DuckTales Episodes

    (Episodes 1-65 were produced for the 1988-1989 season)

    (Episodes 1-5 are a 5 part mini-series)
    # 1. "Don't Give up the Ship"
    # 2. "Wronguay in Ronguay"
    # 3. "Three Ducks of the Condor"
    # 4. "Cold Ducks"
    # 5. "Too Much of a Gold Thing"

    # 6. "Armstrong"
    # 7. "Luck o' the Ducks"
    # 8. "'Til Nephews Do Us Part"
    # 9. "Nothing to Fear"
    # 10. "The Duck in the Iron Mask"
    # 11. "Much Ado about Scrooge"
    # 12. "Spies in their Eyes"
    # 13. "Dime Enough for Luck"
    # 14. "Jungle Duck"
    # 15. "Scroogerello"
    # 16. "Top Duck"
    # 17. "Bermuda Triangle Tangle"
    # 18. "The Status Seeker"
    # 19. "Sweet Duck of Youth"
    # 20. "Magica's Shadow War"
    # 21. "Launchpad's First Crash"
    # 22. "Home Sweet Homer"
    # 23. "Duck to the Future"
    # 24. "Down and out in Duckburg"
    # 25. "Dr Jekyll and Mr McDuck"
    # 26. "Time Teasers"

    (Episodes 27-30 are a 4 part mini-series)
    # 27. "A Drain in the Economy"
    # 28. "A Whale of a Bad Time"
    # 29. "Aqua Ducks"
    # 30. "Working for Scales"

    # 31. "Merit-time Adventure"
    # 32. "Ducky Horror Picture Show"
    # 33. "The Golden Fleecing"
    # 34. "Horse Scents"
    # 35. "Duckworth's Revolt"
    # 36. "Ducks of the West"
    # 37. "The Pearl of Wisdom"
    # 38. "Once upon a Dime"
    # 39. "Dinosaur Ducks"
    # 40. "Sphinx for the Memories"
    # 41. "Double-O-Duck"
    # 42. "Microducks from Outer Space"
    # 43. "Robot Robbers"
    # 44. "Send in the Clones"
    # 45. "The Lost Crown of Genghis Khan"
    # 46. "The Right Duck"
    # 47. "Back in the Outback"
    # 48. "Sir Gyro de Gearloose"
    # 49. "Raiders of the Lost Harp"
    # 50. "Where No Duck Has Gone Before"
    # 51. "All Ducks on Deck"
    # 52. "The Curse of Castle McDuck"
    # 53. "Superdoo!"
    # 54. "Earthquack"

    (Episode 55 is two stories in one regular half-hour episode)
    # 55. "Magica's Magic Mirror/Take Me out of the Ballgame"

    # 56. "Scrooge's Pet"
    # 57. "The Money Vanishes"
    # 58. "Back to the Klondike"
    # 59. "Master of the Djinni"
    # 60. "Launchpad's Civil War"
    # 61. "Hero for Hire"
    # 62. "Maid of the Myth"
    # 63. "Hotel Strangeduck"
    # 64. "Duckman of Aquatraz"
    # 65. "The Uncrashable Hindentanic"

    (Episodes 66-100 were produced for the 1989-1990 season)

    (Episodes 66-70 are a 5 part mini-series)
    # 66. "Marking Time"
    # 67. "The Duck Who Would Be King"
    # 68. "Bubba Trubba"
    # 69. "Ducks on the Lam"
    # 70. "Ali Bubba's Cave"

    # 71. "Attack of the 50-foot Webby"
    # 72. "Ducky Mountain High"
    # 73. "Yuppy Ducks"
    # 74. "The Bride Wore Stripes"
    # 75. "Bubbeo and Juliet"
    # 76. "The Good Muddahs"
    # 77. "Bubba's Big Brainstorm"
    # 78. "Beaglemania"
    # 79. "The Golden Goose, part one"
    # 80. "The Golden Goose part two"

    (Episodes 81-85 are a 5 part mini-series)
    # 81. "Liquid Assets"
    # 82. "Frozen Assets"
    # 83. "Full Metal Duck"
    # 84. "The Billionaire Beagle Boys Club"
    # 85. "Money to Burn"

    # 86. "Metal Attraction"
    # 87. "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity"
    # 88. "New Gizmo-kids on the Block"
    # 89. "The Unbreakable Bin"
    # 90. "Dough Ray Me"
    # 91. "The Masked Mallard"
    # 92. "Scrooge's Last Adventure"
    # 93. "A Ducktales Valentine"
    # 94. "Blue Collar Scrooge"
    # 95. "Allowance Day"
    # 96. "The Land of Tra-la-la"
    # 97. "My Mother, the Psychic"
    # 98. "The Big Flub"
    # 99. "The Duck Who Knew Too Much"
    # 100. "Attack of the Metal Mites"
     
  20. Pavan_P

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    The list I just posted is how Toon Disney aired them. So, I guess Toon Disney aired them in production order rather than airdate order? Or is the way Disney releasing it on DVD production and not airdate order?
     

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