Which WB & Disney discs have a cartoon short?

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  1. Rob Gardiner

    Rob Gardiner Cinematographer

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    Hi everybody,

    I'd like to maintain a list of DVDs that have a cartoon short on them.

    Disney
    Old Yeller - BONE TROUBLE
    Parent Trap - DONALD'S DOUBLE TROUBLE (Donald)
    Pollyanna - NIFTY NINETIES (Mickey)
    Swiss Family Robinson - SEA SALTS
    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - GRAND CANYONSCOPE
    The Love Bug - SUSIE THE LITTLE BLUE COUPE (Silly Sym)

    Snow White SE - THE GODDESS OF SPRING (Silly Sym)
    Dumbo - ELMER ELEPHANT & THE FLYING MOUSE (avail on Silly Sym)
    Saludos Amigos - SOUTH OF THE BORDER WITH DISNEY (Donald) (unreleased)
    The Three Caballeros - DON'S FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH (Donald) & PUEBLO PLUTO
    Make Mine Music - MUSIC LAND (Silly Sym) & THE BAND CONCERT (Mickey) (avail in MM Color) & FARMYARD SYMPHONY (Silly Sym)
    Melody Time - CASEY BATS AGAIN (Silly Sym) & LAMBERT THE SHEEPISH LION (Silly Sym) & DONALD APPLECORE (Donald)
    The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad - LONESOME GHOSTS (Mickey) & SUSIE THE LITTLE BLUE COUPE (Silly Sym)
    Sleeping Beauty SE - GRAND CANYON
    Sword in the Stone - KNIGHT FOR A DAY (Goofy) & BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR (Mickey) (avail on MM in Color)
    Robin Hood - YE OLDEN DAYS (Mickey) (WARNING! Colorized!)
    Black Cauldron - TRICK OR TREAT (Donald)
    The Great Mouse Detective - CLOCK CLEANERS (Mickey) & DONALD'S CRIME (Donald)
    Oliver & Company - PUSS CAFE & LEND A PAW
    Fantasia 2000 - MELODY (Silly Sym) & TOOT, WHISTLE, PLUNK, AND BOOM (Silly Sym)
    Fantasia Legacy - CLAIR DE LUNE (not really a short)
    Lilo & Stitch - A STITCH IN TIME

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? SE - TUMMY TROUBLE & ROLLERCOASTER RABBIT & TRAIL MIX-UP (all Roger)

    Pixar
    Toy Story Ultimate Toy Box - TIN TOY & LUXO JR. (others are on Toy Story CAV LD)
    Bug's Life SE - GERI'S GAME
    Monsters Inc. - FOR THE BIRDS

    Warner Bros
    Extremes and In-Betweens: Chuck Jones - DUCK DOGERS IN THE 24 1/2 CENTURY (Daffy)

    The Adventures of Robin Hood - RABBIT HOOD (Bugs) & ROBIN HOOD DAFFY (Daffy)
    High Society - MILLIONAIRE DROOPY (Droopy)
    Les Girls - FLEA CIRCUS (Tex Avery)
    Casablanca SE - CARROTBLANCA (Bugs)
    additional Bogart titles - ???

    In Search of Dr. Seuss - Private SNAFU: Spies (Snafu) (avail on Complete Uncensored Private SNAFU)

    20th Century Fox
    Ice Age - BUNNY

    Can anyone add to or correct the above? Some of this info came from websites and is possibly incorrect. Many thanks.
     
  2. Paul Penna

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    Disney's "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" has "Lonesome Ghosts" and, unbilled, "Susie the Little Blue Coupe." The latter, as best as I can figure out, is accessible only if you play and win a kind of video/trivia game on the disc. A real pain.
     
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    The Adventures of Robin Hood will have "Rabbit Hood" and "Robin Hood Daffy".
     
  4. David Lambert

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    WB has some upcoming Dr. Seuss releases. One of them (I forget which) will contain a Seuss-written, Chuck Jones drawn, and Mel Blanc voiced "SNAFU" short. Right now the source of my info is unavailable, so I'll get the details when I can (probably tomorrow, or perhaps even Monday-Tuesday).
     
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    Here are a few more from Warner Brothers:

    "HIGH SOCIETY" has the DROOPY cartoon "MILLIONAIRE DROOPY"

    "LES GIRLS" has the TEX AVERY cartoon "FLEA CIRCUS"
     
  6. Rob Gardiner

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    Thanks everyone! Keep them coming. [​IMG]

    Also I'd like to thank Disney & WB for putting these out in the first place. These are some of my favorite DVD supplements.
     
  7. Jeff Jacobson

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    Ice Age from Fox has Bunny.
     
  9. David Lambert

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    Okay, here's the deal with the Dr. Seuss stuff:

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    The above are two releases from Warner, scheduled for 11/18 (SRP is $19.98 each).

    The one on the left has the bonus cartoon short: "Bonus WWII cartoon, Private Snafu: Spies - written by Dr. Seuss, directed by Chuck Jones and voiced by Mel Blanc"

    This is a fitting supplement for that disc, as you can tell from the description of the release: "The story of Seuss's life is animatedly told via celebrity skits, music and animated clips from many of Seuss's best-loved stories. Cast includes Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Christopher Lloyd, Patrick Stewart, Kathy Najimy, David Paymer and more. Adults will love the biographical/factual content while children of all ages will be entertained by the characters, animation, music and humor."

    The release on the right is described this way, by-the-way: "Contains three Dr. Seuss favorites - Horton Hatches the Egg, The Butter Battle Book, and Daisy Head Mayzie. A must-have for Seuss fans of all ages! Director: Chuck Jones" There are no supplements on that one, though.
     
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    can confirm with jeff ,that the goddess of spring short is NOT on the silly symphony boxset,only on snow white.
     
  11. Jeff Jacobson

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    LONESOME GHOSTS and CLOCK CLEANERS are also avail. in MM Color. But CLOCK CLEANERS is edited. (One of Donald's lines is altered.)
     
  12. David Lambert

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    Hey, I don't know if this is the sort of thing you want, but Brentwood's Rescue From Gilligan's Island DVD has a "Little Rascals" short: Spooky Hooky.
     
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    Here's one to add.

    Pete's Dragon - Lighthouse Keeping (Donald)
     
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    The Chuck Jones doc DVD also has Feed The Kitty.

    The Wizard of Oz (Warner edition) has a partial clip of Ted Esbaugh's "epic" Wizard of Oz cartoon (in horrible quality, though).

    The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T has a Gerald McBoingBoing cartoon.

    ALSO!

    Just in, the upcoming "The Best of Dr. Seuss" DVD will include the newly restored version of Horton Hatches An Egg. The titles will be missing (they were sadly cut out of the original negative upon its re-release), but it'll finally be watchable.

    This probably means the prints of the other WB cartoons on the various DVD's will also be restoration versions.
     

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