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Wave One - Mickey Mouse in Living Color Vol. 1

This set covers almost the whole career of Mickey Mouse in animations made between years 1935 to 1938 with a nice set of extra material including Leonard Maltin's introduction, couple pencil test versions and even some easter egg cartoons are included.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1935

The Band Concert
Mickey's Garden
On Ice
Pluto's Judgement Day
Mickey's Fire Brigade

1936

Thru the Mirror
Mickey's Circus
Mickey's Elephant
Mickey's Grand Opera
Mickey's Polo Team
Alpine Climbers
Moving Day
Mickey's Rival
Orphans Picnic

1937

Hawaiian Holiday
Moose Hunters
The Worm Turns
Magician Mickey
Mickey's Amateurs
Clock Cleaners
Lonesome Ghosts

1938

Mickey's Parrot
Boat Builders
The Whalers
Mickey's Trailer
The Brave Little Tailor

1939

Mickey's Surprise Party (An easter egg)


Infamous ghosts of The Lonesome Ghosts
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Wave One - Silly Symphonies

This set contains 37 of the 75 animated shorts in Disney's Silly Symphonies brand which was to be especially musically themed run of cartoons. First ever short in the series was The Skeleton Dance and first coloured animation was Flowers and Trees which was the first tecnicolor animation in the world as well. Nowadays these are probably less known Disney animations yet many of em are quite fascinating to watch. In DVD set they are arranged by theme rather than chronologically. Also features some extra material with Leonard Maltin interviewing composer Richard M. Sherman and Disney Archives founder Dave Smith.

Animation shorts this set contains:

Fables and Fairy Tales

The Tortoise and the Hare (1935)
The Country Cousin (1936)
Babes in the Wood (1932)
Elmer Elephant (1936)
The Flying Mouse (1934)
The Golden Touch (1935)
The Robber Kitten (1935)
Lullaby Land (1933)
Mother Goose Melodies (1931)

Favorite Characters

The Wise Little Hen (1934)
Three Little Pigs (1933)
The Big Bad Wolf (1934)
Three Little Wolves (1936)
Toby Tortoise Returns (1936)

Nature on Screen

Mother Pluto (1936)
Peculiar Penguins (1934)
The Old Mill (1937)
Funny Little Bunnies (1934)
The Ugly Duckling (1939)
The Ugly Duckling (1931)
Father Noah's Ark (1933)
Birds of a Feather (1931)
The Busy Beavers (1931)
Just Dogs (1932)

Accent on Music

Music Land (1935)
The China Plate (1931)
Egyptian Melodies (1931)
Flowers and Trees (1932)
The Cookie Carnival (1935)
The Skeleton Dance (1929)
Woodland Café (1937)

Additional Cartoons (via Easter Eggs)

The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934)
Water Babies (1935)
Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935)
Wynken, Blynken & Nod (1938)
The Practical Pig (1939)
Farmyard Symphony (1938)




First ever appearance of Donald Duck on screen in Silly Symphonies animated short Wise Little Hen
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Wave One - Disneyland USA

This set contains various episodes from the Walt Disney Anthologies (commonly known as The Wonderful World of Disney) that take place within Disneyland, including the very first episode from the series. The show was originally meant to promote Disneyland project which was at the time Disney's greatest ambition and passion and it needed money. Show was hosted by Walt Disney himself and it was a daring move from Disney towards television for this was the first series by any major movie studios of Hollywood, for they feared that television would be the end of studio system, which eventually proved to be quite true.




In a way Disneyland was for Walt a way to flee from the heavy duties of 'today' and dull weeks at the studios.
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Wave One - The Complete Davy Crockett

This set contains all the five original Davy Crockett episodes from Walt Disney's Disneyland television series. The Davy Crockett special episode was first ment to be just one time deal, but huge popularity convinced Disney to make more episodes. Fess Parker's (In picture) potrayal as the legendary frontiers man made him an overnight phenomenon in States and for a while he was almost as famous as any movie star at time. The craze ended almost as soon as the series and Fess was typecasted from that moment to play "the guy wearing a coonskin cap..." Set also contains some extramaterial including interview with both Fess Parker, the actor of Crockett and Paul F. Anderson, author of the book: The Davy Crockett Craze


Davy Crockett episodes this set contains:

Davy Crockett Indian Fighter First broadcast: December 15, 1954.

Davy Crockett Goes to Congress First broadcast: January 26, 1955.

Davy Crockett at the Alamo First broadcast: February 23, 1955.

Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race First broadcast: November 16, 1955.

Davy Crockett and the River Pirates First broadcast: December 14, 1955




A feature lenght picture scrapped together from three of the first episodes. Movie made million dollars despite fact that over 50% of US citizens had already seen it on TV.
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Wave Two - Mickey Mouse in Black and White Vol. 1

This set contains first half of Disney's Black & White Mickey Mouse cartoons including the very first appearance of Mickey on film. Many of these early cartoons may seem quite inelegant compared to many cartoons made in later years, but they are quite interesting still to say atleast. Most of these contain some elements that modern viewer might consider unappropriate but alas world was different then. Many of the later cartoons on this set also feature such characters as Pluto, Goofy and Donald, who later would usurp the position of greatest star in Disney studios.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1928

Steamboat Willie
The Gallopin' Gaucho
Plane Crazy

1929

The Karnival Kid
Mickey's Follies

1930

The Fire Fighters
The Chain Gang
The Gorilla Mystery
Pioneer Days

1931

The Birthday Party
Mickey Steps Out
Blue Rhythm
Mickey Cuts Up
Mickey's Orphans

1932

The Duck Hunt
Mickey's Revue
Mickey's Nightmare
The Whoopee Party
Touchdown Mickey
The Klondike Kid

1933

Building a Building
The Mad Doctor
Ye Olden Days
The Mail Pilot
Mickey's Gala Premier
Puppy Love
The Pet Store
Giantland

1934

Camping Out
Gulliver Mickey
Orphan's Benefit
The Dognapper
Two-Gun Mickey

1935

Mickey's Service Station




Mickey, Donald & Goofy. The jolly bunch. It's already clear that both Goofy and Donald are slowly raising above Mickey as stars of the studio.
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Wave Two - Complete Goofy

This set contains practically the whole career of Goofy from the very first solo appearance all the way to the 60s. One of the Disney studios most popular characters in a way made a career in various 'How to-shorts' in which we learn to ski, skydive, drive... etc. Much of the popularity behind Goofy's character goes obviously to that legendary voice provided by Pinto Colvig. Ironically Colvig resigned from Disney short after Goofy's standalone cartoon run started and most of these cartoons use stock audio from previous pictures.

Pinto Colvig, the father of famour Goofy holler. He left the studios just when Goofy's career started just to return years later. Pinto voiced Goofy after returning until his death in 1967.




Animation shorts this set contains:

1939

Goofy and Wilbur

1940

Goofy's Glider

1941

Baggage Buster
The Art of Skiing
The Art of Self Defense

1942

How to Fish
How to Play Baseball
The Olympic Champ
How to Swim

1943

Victory Vehicles

1944

How to Be a Sailor
How to Play Golf
How to Play Football

1945

Tiger Trouble
African Diary
Californy'er Bust
Hockey Homicide

1946

A Knight for a Day
Double Dribble

1947

Foul Hunting

1948

They're Off
The Big Wash

1949

Tennis Racquet
Goofy Gymnastics

1950

Motor Mania
Hold That Pose

1951

Lion Down
Home Made Home
Cold War
Tomorrow We Diet
Get Rich Quick
Fathers Are People
No Smoking

1952

Father's Lion
Hello Aloha
Man's Best Friend
Two-Gun Goofy
Teachers Are People
Two Weeks Vacation
How to Be a Detective

1953

Father's Day Off
For Whom the Bulls Toil
Father's Week End
How to Dance
How to Sleep

1961

Aquamania




Little less funny aspect in Disney cartoons. Even Goofy was harnessed on propaganda purposes during the war. Screenshot taken from How to Be a Sailor
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Wave Two - Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios

This set contains both live action and animation films from within the Walt Disney animation studios. Some of the films gives us a tour around the studios as such and some gives an inner look on the making of cartoons and on the process as a whole. This set contains the now famous introduction piece Reluctant Dragon in which actor Robert Benchley tours around Burbank Studios and tries to sell Walt an idea to make a film with the same name. The set is packed again with bonus material as well including complete history of the Studios according to Leonard Maltin and rare interview of long-time Disney storyman Joe Grant.




Where it all began. The Hyperion Street Studios before Walt and Company moved to bigger facilities at Burbank.
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Wave Three - Mickey Mouse in Living Color Vol. 2

This set contains the last of the classic Mickey Mouse cartoons. It's by now clear that Mickey's stardom in shorts has come to an end and other stars have taken over. The quirkyness and all-american character wasn't anymore so appealing as it was in 20s and 30s. Mickey had lost it's charm. Walt Disney said himself that as long as he is the director of Disney Company they would make Mickey Mouse cartoons and yet after 1953 Mickey wasn't seen in Disney shorts in over 30 years. This set includes those couple comeback films made in the 90s.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1939

Society Dog Show
The Pointer

1940

Tugboat Mickey
Pluto's Dream House
Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip

1941

The Little Whirlwind
The Nifty Nineties
Orphan's Benefit

1942

Mickey's Birthday Party
Symphony Hour

1947

Mickey's Delayed Date

1948

Mickey Down Under
Mickey and the Seal

1951

Plutopia
R'Coon Dawg

1952

Pluto's Party
Pluto's Christmas Tree

1953

The Simple Things

1983

Mickey's Christmas Carol

1990

The Prince and the Pauper

1995

Runaway Brain




Mickey's comeback picture. The adaptation of Charles Dickens' famous Christmas Carol. It marks also one of the last times Clarence 'Ducky' Nash provided Donalds famous voice.
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Wave Three - Chronological Donald Vol. 1

This set contains the first leg of Donald Duck's long movie career. Cartoons span from 1934 to 1941. Wise Little Hen animation, which is the first appearance of Donald on screen is recycled here from the Silly Symphonies set. This was also one of the first sets to be released abroad as well as in United States. As a bonus material there's a documentary 'Man Behind the Duck', which tells the tale of Clarence Nash.


Animation shorts this set contains:

1934

Wise Little Hen

1936

Donald and Pluto

1937

Don Donald
Modern Inventions
Donald's Ostrich

1938

Self Control
Donald's Better Self
Donald's Nephews
Polar Trappers
Good Scouts
The Fox Hunt
Donald's Golf Game
1939

Donald's Lucky Day
The Hockey Champ
Donald's Cousin Gus
Beach Picnic
Sea Scouts
Donald's Penguin
The Autograph Hound
Officer Duck

1940

The Riveter
Donald's Dog Laundry
Billposters
Mr. Duck Steps Out
Put-Put Troubles
Donald's Vacation
Window Cleaners
Fire Chief
The Vonlunteer Worker (An easter egg)

1941

Timber
Golden Eggs
A Good Time for a Dime
Early to Bed
Truant Officer Donald
Old MacDonald Duck
Donald's Camera
Chef Donald




Huey, Dewey and Louie makes their debut in Donald's Nephews as well. They were originally quite rascals. Not the junior woodchucks as we know em today from classic Barks comics.
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Wave Three - On the Front Lines

This set contains all the propaganda and education shorts and films about World War II. US Army contracted Disney's facilities and staff to do these films. Films didn't generate any income. Set also includes famous Victory through air power. Walt Disney read the book of Alexander P. de Seversky and felt that message was so important that he financed the film himself. Also this set includes many of the more controversial Disney shorts like Commando Duck and Der Fuehrer's face.

Animation shorts and other features this set contains:

Propaganda and Entertainment

Donald Gets Drafted (1942)
The Army Mascot (1942)
The Vanishing Private (1942)
Sky Trooper (1942)
Private Pluto (1943)
Fall Out - Fall In (1943)
Victory Vehicles (1943)
The Old Army Game (1943)
Home Defense (1943)
How To Be a Sailor (1944)
Commando Duck (1944)

Educational shorts

Thrifty Pig (1941)
Seven Wise Dwarfs (1941)
Food Will Win the War (1942)
Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Firing Line (1942)
Donald's Decision (1942)
All Together (1942)
The New Spirit (1942)
The Spirit of '43 (1943)
The Winged Scourge (1943)
Defense Against Invasion (1943)
The Grain That Built a Hemisphere (1943)
Cleanliness Brings Health (1945)
What Is Disease? (The Unseen Enemy) (1945)
Planning For Good Eating (1946)

From the Vault

Der Fuehrer's Face (1943)
Education For Death (1943)
Reason and Emotion (1943)
Chicken Little (1943)

Training shorts

Four Methods of Flush Riveting (1942)
Stop That Tank (1942)


Victory Through Air Power (1943)




Alexander P. de Seversky, the writer of the book, talking in film Victory through air power
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Wave Three - Tomorrowland: Disney in Space and Beyond

This set contains again some various episodes from Disney Anthology Series concerning the Tomorrowland in Disneyland park. The subject vary from Mars and Beyond all the way to the atom and it's brief history. Most notable addition on this disc is probably the EPCOT episode, in which Walt himself talks about an experimental community he was building into Florida. This project unfortunately never see the light of day on his lifetime. Also as the rest of the bunch this set contains tons of extra material including two interviews: Another with Ray Bradbury and second with Marty Sklar, longtime collaborator of Disney's.



Spaceship Earth in EPCOT, Disney World Florida. Opened to public in 1982
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Wave Four - Mickey Mouse in Black & White Vol. 2

The second half of the B&W Mickey mouse shorts. Most of these as in the previous set contains some pretty obscene humor. All the remaining cast, including Donald, Goofy, Pluto and Black Pete are also present of course. As an interesting supplement there's also a documentary about Mickey Mouse memorabilia collector. It really gives the picture of how popular this mouse once was.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1928

The Barn Dance

1929

The Opry House
When the Cat's Away
The Barnyard Battle
The Plowboy
Mickey's Choo-Choo
The Jazz Fool
Jungle Rhythm
Wild Waves
Haunted House (From the Vaults)

1930

Fiddling Around (Just Mickey)
The Barnyard Concert
The Cactus Kid
The Shindig
The Picnic

1931

Traffic Troubles
The Castaway
Fishin' Around
The Beach Party
The Barnyard Broadcast
The Moose Hunt (From the Vaults)
The Delivery Boy (From the Vaults)

1932

The Mad Dog
Barnyard Olympics
Musical Farmer
Trader Mickey
The Wayward Canary
The Grocery Boy (From the Vaults)
Mickey in Arabia (From the Vaults)
Mickey's Good Deed (From the Vaults)

1933

Mickey's Pal Pluto
Mickey's Mechanical Man
Mickey's Mellerdrammer (From the Vaults)
The Steeplechase (From the Vaults)

1934

Playful Pluto
Mickey's Steamroller
Mickey Plays Papa
Shanghaied (From the Vaults)

1935

Mickey's Kangaroo
Mickey's Man Friday (From the Vaults)




The depiction of some ethnic groups in the early Mickey Mouse cartoons were quite tacky... This isn't even the most grotesque example. Yet. The times were different.
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Wave Four - Complete Pluto Vol. 1

It wasn't until the beginning of the 30s when Pluto got his first star billing on a Disney short. This pet among the world of humane animals is as such quite an interesting character and this set contains the first half of his career. Interestingly Pluto is the only Disney's main stars, who never have had any lines except two words: "Kiss me".

Animation shorts this set contains:

1930

The Chain Gang

1935

On Ice

1937

Pluto's Quin-puplets

1939

Beach Picnic

1940

Bone Trouble
Pantry Pirate (From the Vaults)

1941

Pluto's Playmate
Canine Caddy
Lend a Paw
A Gentleman's Gentleman (From the Vaults)

1942

Pluto, Junior
The Army Mascot
The Sleepwalker
T-Bone For Two
Pluto At the Zoo

1943

Pluto and the Armadillo
Private Pluto

1944

Springtime For Pluto
First Aiders

1945

Dog Watch
Canine Casanova
The Legend of Coyote Rock
Canine Patrol

1946

Pluto's Kid Brother
In Dutch
Squatter's Rights
The Purloined Pup

1947

Pluto's Housewarming




Lacking the speech, Pluto is the grand archievement of Disney's to sum up the skill of how to use facial animation and motion to project emotions.
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Wave Four - Mickey Mouse Club

This set contains the first ever week of the famous (or infamous, depending of the point of view, I suppose...) variety television series Mickey Mouse Club. Originally broadcasted from October 3rd to 7th in 1955. The original run of the series lasted some 4 years, but it's has been reinvented couple times since. In seventies and in nineties. Original series featured cartoons, newsreels, as well as music, talent and comedy sections. Some more recent viewers might remember the auditions of Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera from this show.



Who is the leader of the club, that's made for you and me...?
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Wave Five - Chronological Donald Vol. 2

This set covers the second leg of Donald Duck's career. From 1942 to 1946 also covering the World War II period of Disney Studios. Interestingly the french and german versions of this set contains only 29 of the available 32 short films. Two short films due the propagandistic nature against those nations and last because of mistake, for it has been published previously as an extra on Great Mouse Detective, even on the versions published on those countries.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1942

Bellboy Donald
The Village Smithy
Donald's Snow Fight
Donald's Garden
Donald's Gold Mine

1943

Donald's Tire Trouble
The Flying Jalopy

1944

Trombone Trouble
The Plastics Inventor
Donald's Off Day
Donald Duck and the Gorilla
Contrary Condor

1945

The Eyes Have It
Donald's Crime
Duck Pimples
No Sail
Cured Duck
The Clock Watcher
Old Sequoia

1946

Donald's Double Trouble
Wet Paint
Dumb Bell of the Yukon
Lighthouse Keeping
Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive

From the Vaults

Donald Gets Drafted
The Vanishing Private
Sky Trooper
Der Fuehrer's Face
Fall Out - Fall In
The Old Army Game
Home Defense
Commando Duck

The Volunteer Worker (Easter Egg)




The most infamous of the Disney's war time propaganda shorts: Der Fuehrer's Face. Donald is enjoying breakfast and some literature.
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Wave Five - Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts

This set contains various Disney shorts, that really doesn't fit on any usual category, not even in Silly Symphonies series and doesn't star the usual cast of Donald, Mickey, Pluto of Goofy. Also this set has some handpicked episodes from Disney's early Alice comedies made in 1920s, long before there was Mickey Mouse. These were made with Ub Iwerks, who arguably is the other father of Mickey Mouse character. Along the years four actresses portrayed Alice, first being Virginia Davis.

Animation shorts this set contains:

Alice Comedies

Alice's Wonderland (1923)
Alice's Wild West Show (1924)
Alice Gets in Dutch (1924)
Alice's Egg Plant (1925)
Alice in the Jungle (1925)
Alice's Mysterious Mystery (1926)
Alice the Whaler (1927)

One Shots

Ferdinand the Bull (1938)
Chicken Little (1943)
The Pelican and the Snipe (1944)
The Brave Engineer 1950)
Morris the Midget Moose (1950)
Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1951)
The Little House (1952)
Adventures in Music: Melody (1953)
Football Now and Then ((1953)
Adventures in Music: Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (1953)
Ben and Me (1953)

Other shorts

Pigs Is Pigs (1954)
Social Lion (1954)
Hooked Bear (1956)
Jack and Old Mac (1956)
In the Bag (1956)
A Cowboy Needs a Horse (1956)
The Story of Anyburg, U.S.A. (1957)
The Truth About Mother Goose (1957)
Paul Bunyan (1958)
Noah's Ark (1959)
Goliath II (1960)
The Saga of Windwagon Smith (1961)
A Symposium on Popular Songs (1962)




Long before Mickey Mouse, there were Alice. This was the first endeavour for Disney to animation. Alice cartoons were made by combining both live acting and animation.
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Wave Five - The Adventures of Spin & Marty

This set contains the entire run of the original Spin & Marty series, which was first broadcasted on Mickey Mouse Club in 1955. Due to it's popularity it spanned two sequel series: The Further Adventures of Spin and Marty and The New Adventures of Spin and Marty. Broadcasted 1956 and 1957.

Episodes this set contains:

The Triple-R (November 7, 1955)
The Misfit (November 8, 1955)
The White Stallion (November 9, 1955)
Froggy Day (November 10, 1955)
The Battle (11/(11/1955)
A Surprise Decision (November 14, 1955)
Homesick (November 15, 1955)
Logan's Lesson (November 16, 1955)
The Chase (November 17, 1955)
Ride-'Em-Cowboy (November 18, 1955)
The Snipe Hunt (November 21, 1955)
The Secret Ride (November 22, 1955)
Tragedy (November 23, 1955)
Perkin's Decision (November 24, 1955)
Tossing the Calf (November 25, 1955)
Rope Artist (November 28, 1955)
Nothing Happens on a Sunday (November 29, 1955)
Perkins and the Bear (November 30, 1955)
The Runaway (December 1, 1955)
Haunted Valley (December 2, 1955)
The Live Ghost (December 5, 1955)
The Big Rodeo (December 6, 1955)
Off on the Wrong Foot (December 7, 1955)
Sky Rocket's Trick (December 8, 1955)
The Last Campfire (December 9, 1955)



Spin and Marty were portrayed by David Stollery as Marty Markham and Tim Considine as Spin Evans
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Wave Five - Elfego Baga and The Swamp Fox

This set contains various episodes from two adventure series from Disney Anthology series: The Nine Lives of Elfego Baga with Robert Loggia in the title role. This was lates edited into a feature film called Elfego Baga: Six Gun Law in 1962. And Swamp Fox, starring Leslie Nielsen as Francis Marion and American Revolutionary War Hero.

Episodes this set contains:


Elfego Baga

The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca (Episode 1) October 3, 1958
Four Down and Five Lives to Go (Episode 2) October 17, 1958
Attorney at Law (Episode 5) February 6, 1959


Swamp Fox

The Birth of the Swamp Fox (Episode 1) October 23, 1959
Brother Against Brother (Episode 2) October 30, 1959
Tory Vengeance (Episode 3) January 1, 1960




Poster with Leslie Nielsen portraying as the protagonist of the series. Long before he became more famous from all the crazy comedies of the eighties and nineties.
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Wave Six - More Silly Symphonies

This set contains all the rest remaining animation shorts from the Silly Symphonies brand. It's mentioned on the intro, that most of the original title screens for these shorts have been lost and recreated for this set making a close approximation how those originally looked.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1929

Hell's Bells
Springtime
El Terrible Toreador (From the Vaults)
The Merry Dwarfs (From the Vaults)

1930

Arctic Antics
Autumn
Frolicking Fish
Monkey Melodies
Night
Playful Pan
Summer
Winter
Cannibal Capers (From the Vaults)
Midnight in a Toy Shop (From the Vaults)
1931

The Cat's Out
The Clock Store

The Fox Hunt
The Spider and the Fly

1932

The Bears and the Bees
The Bird Store
Bugs in Love

1933

Birds in the Spring
The Night Before Christmas
Old King Cole
The Pied Piper

1934

The Goddess of Spring
The China Shop (From the Vaults)

1935

Cock O' the Walk
Broken Toys (From the Vaults)
Three Orphan Kittens (From the Vaults)

1936

Three Blind Mouseketeers
More Kittens (From the Vaults)

1937

Little Hiawatha

1938

Merbabies
Moth and the Flame
Mother Goose Goes to Hollywood (From the Vaults)




Vivid example of the three-strip Technicolor process, which Walt Disney first time used on his Silly Symphonies series.
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Wave Six - Complete Pluto Vol. 2

Second set of Pluto cartoons. This set includes all the rest post war -cartoons, which star Pluto. Also as bonus there are all the animation shorts, which star Figaro the cat from Pinocchio. Minnie Mouse makes a visit also.


Animation shorts this set contains:

1947

Mail Dog
Pluto's Blue Note
Rescue Dog

1948

Bone Bandit
Pluto's Fledgling
Pluto's Purchase
Cat Nap Pluto (From the Vaults)

1949

Bubble Bee
Pluto's Surprise Package
Pluto's Sweater
Pueblo Pluto
Sheep Dog

1950

Camp Dog
Food for Feudin'
Pests of the West
Pluto and the Gopher
Pluto's Heart Throb
Primitive Pluto
Puss Cafe
Wonder Dog

1951

Cold Storage
Cold Turkey (From the Vaults)
Plutopia (From the Vaults)

Figaro shorts:

Figaro and Cleo (1943)
Bath Day (1946)
Figaro and Frankie (1947)




One of the few cartoons to star Figaro, cat introduced in Pinocchio (1940)
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Wave Six - Mickey Mouse Club: Hardy Boys

Hardy Boys are fictional teenage detectives, who appeared in various detective and ghost stories for kids. Original characters were created by Edward Stratemeyer in 1926. In the late 50s Disney contracted with Stratemeyer syndicate to produce two Hardy Boys series for television. First being The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure, which aired in 1956 in Mickey Mouse Club and second being The Tower Treasure, which came out same year. In the series boys were portrayed younger than in the books, to appeal audience.

Episodes this set contains:

The Stranger 2 October 1956
A Real Case 3 October 1956
The First Clue 4 October 1956
The Fugitive 5 October 1956
Applegate's Gold 8 October 1956
Dig for Treasure 9 October 1956
A Pirate's Chest 10 October 1956
Boys in Trouble 11 October 1956
The Female Detective 12 October 1956

Iola's Bravery 15 October 1956
Footsteps in the Tower 16 October 1956
The Prisoner Speaks 17 October 1956
A Strange Confession 18 October 1956
A Golden Clue 19 October 1956
The Final Search 22 October 1956
The Tower's Secret 23 October 1956
Never Say Die 24 October 1956
Boys in Danger 25 October 1956
The Tower Treasure 26 October 1956




Tim Considine and Tommy Kirk as Hardy Boys
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Wave Six - Your Host, Walt Disney

This volume features four episodes from the Disneyland television series, which was originally intended as a promotional show for the upcoming theme park, Disneys brainchild at the time. Also there's some other TV material and episodes from various sources. The combining element is, that on every episode there's Walt himself hosting the show and telling stories.

Episodes this set contains:

Where Do the Stories Come From (1956)
The Fourth Anniversary Show (1957)
Kodak Presents Disneyland '59 (1959)
Backstage Party (1961)
Disneyland 10th Anniversary (1965)




Walt Disney himself in his study
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Wave Seven - Chronological Donald Vol. 3

Third leg of Donald Duck's extensive film career on Disney Studios, this set contain cartoons from post-war to early 50s. There's also included a whole lot of extra material concerning Donald's importance to Disney Studios with interviews and exclusive film materia.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1947

Straight Shooters
Sleepy Time Donald
Donald's Dilemma
Crazy with the Heat
Bootle Beetle
Wide Open Spaces
Chip 'N' Dale
Clown of the Jungle (From the Vaults)

1948

Drip Dippy Donald
Daddy Duck
Donald's Dream Voice
The Trial of Donald Duck
Inferior Decorator
Soup's On
Three for Breakfast (From the Vaults)
Tea for Two Hundred (From the Vaults)

1949

Sea Salts
Winter Storage
Honey Harvester
All in a Nutshell
The Greener Yard
Slide, Donald, Slide
Toy Tinkers
Donald's Happy Birthday (From the Vaults)

1950

Lion Around
Crazy Over Daisy
Trailer Horn
Hook, Lion & Sinker
Out On a Limb
Bee At the Beach (From the Vaults)




Famous pests Chip & Dale. These two squirrels cause some trouble to Donald in more than one cartoon.
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Wave Seven - Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Long before Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Disney made this more obscure character with Ub Iwerks and distributed by Universal Pictures. For long time the rights of these animations were owned by Paramount, but returned to Disney Studios in 2006 and it's possible now for Oswald to make DVD tribute on this set. As a bonus there's couple Alive cartoons and some Mickey cartoons recycled from previous sets.



Animation shorts this set contains:

1927

Trolley Troubles
Oh Teacher
The Mechanical Cow
Great Guns!
All Wet
The Ocean Hop

1928

Rival Romeos
Bright Lights
Ozzie of the Mounted
Oh What A Knight
Sky Scrappers
The Fox Chase
Tall Timber

Before Oswald

Alice Gets Stung
Alice in the Wooly West
Alice's Balloon Race

After Oswald

Plane Crazy
Steamboat Willie
Skeleton Dance




Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
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Wave Seven - Disneyland: Secrets, Stories & Magic

Yet another set with various contemporary documentaries and TV spots about Disneyland and it's various resorts and shows. For example a 10000th show of The Golden Horseshoe Revue and also a look on the New York World's Fair on 1964.

Documentaries and other materia this set contains:

- Disneyland: Secrets, Stories and Magic of the Happiest Place on Earth
- Wonderful World of Disneyland Trivia Game
- People and Places: Disneyland U.S.A.
- Operation Disneyland
- The Golden Horseshoe Revue
- Disneyland Goes to the World's Fair
- Disneyland Around the Seasons




The central castle in Disneyland, nowadays best remembered as a logo of Disney Entertainment.
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Wave Eight - Chronological Donald Vol. 4

This last set of Donald Duck cartoons contains all the rest of the animation short films from Donald's long career at Disney. This set also has non cropped versions of all of the Cinemascope Donald Duck cartoon made in the 50s as well as the Donald Duck cartoon made for the Mickey Mouse Works television series between 1999-2000.

Animation shorts this set contains:

1951

Dude Duck
Corn Chips
Test Pilot Donald
Lucky Number
Out of Scale
Bee On Guard

1952

Donald Applecore
Let's Stick Together
Trick or Treat
Uncle Donald's Ants (From the Vaults)

1953

Don's Fountain of Youth
The New Neighbor
Working for Peanuts
Canvas Back Duck
Rugged Bear (From the Vaults)

1954

Donald's Diary
Dragon Around
Grin and Bear It
The Flying Squirrel
Grand Canyonscope
Spare the Rod (From the Vaults)

1955

Bearly Asleep
Beezy Bear
Up a Tree
No Hunting (From the Vaults)

1956

Chips ahoy
How to Have an Accident In the Home

1959

Donald's Mathmagic Land
How to Have an Accident at Work (From the Vaults)

1961

Donald and the Wheel
The Litterbug

Mickey Mouse Works Cartoons
from 1999-2000:


Bird Brained Donald
Donald and the Big Nut
Donald's Charmed Mate
Donald's Dinner Date
Donald's Failed Fourth
Donald's Rocket Ruckus
Donald's Shell Shots
Donald's Valentine Dollar
Music Store Donald
Survival of the Woodchucks




Rare Cinemascope cartoons of Donald Duck make comeback on this set. Some of these are very rarely seen before.
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Wave Eight - Dr. Syn: The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh

This set contains Disney produced miniseries on fictional smuggler hero Dr. Syn, created by Russell Thorndike. Three part series was made of the first Dr. Syn story: Doctor Syn: A Tale of the Romney Marsh and it was first aired in 1963 starring Patrick McGoohan. Later it was re-edited to movie screen, which is also included on this set.

Episodes this set contains:

The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh: Part 1
First broadcast 9 February, 1964
The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh: Part 2
First broadcast 16 February, 1964
The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh: Part 3
First broadcast 23 February, 1964




Patrick McGoohan as a good Doc
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Wave Eight - Mickey Mouse Club Presents: Annette

This set contains Mickey Mouse Club episodes, which feature most popular cast member of the series, Annette Funicello, she went on to appear on many of the shows series, including Spin & Marty. Also many of her songs remained popular on it's time.

Episodes this set contains:

Episodes 1–10
first broadcast February 10-February 21, 1958

Episodes 11–20
first broadcast February 24-March 7, 1958




Annette in her later beach party movies, which were made after Mickey Mouse Club
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Wave Nine - Zorro: The Complete First Season

The last two sets in the series to date contains both seasons of Disney's original Zorro series. Unlike in the previously released version, this set contains the original B&W version of the series, not colorized versions which were previously distributed by Disney Movie Club.

Each of these sets also contain two of the four-hour long Zorro episodes originally aired on Walt Disney Presents from 1960 to 1961.

This set contains:

All 39 episodes of the series first season. Aired from 1957-58

And The Walt Disney Presents episodes "El Bandido" and "Adios El Cuchillo"




Zorro spawned lots of other material as well, like figures and books and whatnot. Typical consept with Disney since the early days with all the Mickey Mouse gimmicks.
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Wave Nine - Zorro: The Complete Second Season

As a point of curiousity. These two sets were also the absolute first time in the Treasures series when there's none animation shorts included on the discs.

And this last set in the series contains:

All 39 episodes of the series second season. Aired from 1958-59

And The Walt Disney Presents episodes "The Postponed Wedding" and "Auld Acquaintance"




The opening screen for the series.
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This is a list of every DVD-edition from Walt Disney's Treasures series, which contains all of the studio's classic short films and then some.

For my honest opinion this series could just be the most important stuff ever printed on digital format or atleast one of such and these sets are a must have for any animation and especially Disney fan and of course these are also a great fun to watch still.

This list took me only just short 2,5 years to make, so I hope somebody atleast finds this somewhat useful. Yes, Iam just that lazy.

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Posted: 5 years, 4 months ago at Apr 29 8:51
Very nice! Compliments for the accurate research!
Posted: 5 years, 4 months ago at Apr 29 9:40
great!!!!
Posted: 4 years, 7 months ago at Jan 24 5:12
I really miss these kind of Disney classics. Sadly, the quality and class of Disney only continues to go downhill as each year passes.
Posted: 9 months, 1 week ago at Dec 14 14:28
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