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Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 8 - Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals

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  • Actors: Pinto Colvig, Walt Disney, Clarence Nash, Dessie Flynn, James MacDonald
  • Directors: Burt Gillett, Charles A. Nichols, Clyde Geronimi, Jack Hannah, Jack King
  • Writers: Bill Berg, Bill de la Torre, Eric Gurney, Harry Reeves, Milt Banta
  • Producers: Walt Disney
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Buena Vista
  • Release Date: Sept. 27 2005
  • Run Time: 55 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009OUAZW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,802 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Sad but true, this DVD is no longer being made, but it is a "MUST HAVE" for either Disney lovers, Christmas Classic Movie lovers, or a combination of these. There are seven animated shorts on the DVD: "Mickey's Good Deed," "Peculiar Penguins," "The Clock Watcher," "Rescue Dog," "Corn Chips," "Lend a Paw" and "Toy Tinkers." It features the familiar fanciful faces of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto and Chip and Dale. The entire DVD runs about an hour (55 minutes or so), and--I gotta tell you--the cartoons on this DVD are among my favourites of all time. Why, in "Mickey's Good Deed," we even get to see Mickey play the double bass--a real treat for a guy like me who plays the same instrument. What are you waiting for? Click the "purchase" button before you lose out!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul-andre Chateauneuf on Dec 15 2013
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bon choix de films et contenu divertissant. produit economique et livraison de qualité. Document à collectionner et à revoir autant pour les petits que pour les grands. Séquences des Fêtes géniales et savoureuses.
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107 of 109 people found the following review helpful
Some new to DVD titles here & a few favorites. Aug. 19 2005
By Paul J. Mular - Published on
Format: DVD

---Not the best program for young kids. I would suggest the next volume #9 " Disney's Classic Holiday Stories " for your young ones---

MICKEY'S GOOD DEED (B&W Mickey Mouse 1932): previously released on the "Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in B&W Volume 2" DVD.
Mickey is a street singer who selflessly sells Pluto to a rich family to raise money for a poor family at
Christmas. Pluto, however, has other ideas. **Some kids may be bothered by this story. The rich brat is cruel to Pluto!**

PECULIAR PENGUINS (SS 1934): already on the "Disney Treasures: Silly Symphonies" DVD.
A Silly Symphony cartoon about two sweetheart penguins.

THE CLOCK WATCHER (Donald Duck 1945): already on the "Disney Treasures: Chronological Danald Volume 2" DVD.
Donald works as a very funny department store gift wrapper who is not quite cut out for the job.

RESCUE DOG (Pluto 1947) : already on the "Disney Treasures: Complete Pluto volume 2" DVD.
Pluto stars as a rescue dog who ends up getting rescued himself.

CORN CHIPS (Donald, Chip & Dale 1951) : First time on DVD!
While shoveling snow, Donald discovers that the sidewalk isn't big enough for himself plus Chip and Dale.

LEND A PAW (Pluto 1941): Previously released on the "Disney Treasures: Complete Pluto volume 1" DVD.
Pluto is jealous over a new kitten, whom he wants to get rid of. But Pluto's good side wins out over his bad
one. Academy Award® winner, Best Cartoon Short, 1941.

TOY TINKERS (Donald, Chip & Dale 1949): First time on DVD, but announced for the "Disney Treasures: Chronological Donald volume 3" to be released this December 11 2007.
Donald decorates for Christmas, but his best-laid plans are disrupted by Chip and Dale.
52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
By Tim Janson - Published on
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I've been a bit tough on some of these recent Disney collections due to the fact that all or most of the shorts were already appearing on the Disney Treasures sets and so getting those were a much better value. But in this case, only three of these are on those Treasures sets and each is on a different one so it makes this a definite one to pick up. Certaintly they will eventually be on the Treasures editions but until then I would recommend this set. Be advised that even though it says holiday celebration not all of these shorts really have a holiday theme. Some are simply shorts that take place in the winter.

Rescue Dog 1947 - Pluto is a rescue dog in the snow-covered mountains of the frozen north. But when he tangles with a playful baby seal, it turns out that he is the one who needs to be rescued.

Toy Tinkers - 1949 - It's Christmas time, and Chip 'n' Dale fight with Donald for the goodies under his tree. This was nominated for an Oscar as best short subject

Corn Chips 1951 - Donald cons Chip and Dale into shoveling his snowy sidewalk, and ends up shoveling popcorn

Clock Watcher - 1945 - Donald takes a job as a gift wrapper in a department store.

Mickey's Good Deed 1932 - On Christmas Eve, Mickey needs money to help out a poor mother's desperate children. So he sells Pluto to a rich family- whose spoiled brat gives the pooch a real run for his money. Black & white

Lend a Paw 1941 - Pluto is mean to a pesky little kitten, but saves it from drowning in a frozen river, thanks to his good conscience (the angel and devil in his head battle it out).

Peculiar Penguins 1935 - A dance piece from the South Pole. Peter catches a fish to show his love for Polly. The fish expands when she eats it, making her look fat, and Peter foolish.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Kind of a misnomer... Dec 8 2005
By Blake Petit - Published on
Format: DVD
Since I've been picking up the Walt Disney's Treasures collections, I've been largely ignoring the "Classic Cartoon Favorites," but I decided to pick this one up to go with my library of Christmas DVDs. I was slightly disappointed when I watched it. Of the seven shorts included on this set, only three of them are holiday-related. "Mickey's Good Deed," an early cartoon about Mickey trying to provide a merry Christmas to a home of orphans, is the gem of the collection. It really shows off the inherent goodness of the character, and was a little funnier than some of the later cartoons, as he wasn't quite the straight man he would become.

"The Clock Watcher," a Donald cartoon, features the screwy duck working as a gift wrapper, and "Toy Tinkers" is a Donald-vs-Chip-and-Dale classic.

The rest of the cartoons seem to have been included by virtue of being set in the wintertime, even though they've got nothing to do with the stated theme. They're okay cartoons, but not what I was looking for. Still, I'll get the other Holiday volume of this series (Vol. 9) as it contains probably the two greatest Disney Christmas cartoons -- "Pluto's Christmas Tree" and "Mickey's Christmas Carol."
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
classic July 6 2005
By M. E. Morra - Published on
Format: DVD
they are being released in september so everyone can own a copy by the holiday season. these cartoons are timeless classics that can be enjoyed by both adults and children. considering they are not on television as much as the were years ago it's highly recommended to pic up both of disney's christmas classics, keep them coming.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Collection Nov. 30 2005
By Kiersten's Grandma - Published on
Format: DVD
This is a great mix of seven Disney classic cartoons.I remember watching all of these on TV at one point or another,but not for a number of years now.My 26 month old granddaughter also enjoys these and has asked to watch them several times.I bought this at Target for $9.99 which is a decent price.Perfect for family holiday viewing.If you like the older cartoons,you won't be disappointed.

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