Judge Clark Douglas, DVD Verdict-- Sure, the Have a Laugh DVD sets seemed harmless enough at first. They remastered some vintage Disney cartoons and offered shorter, faster, re-dubbed and re-scored versions alongside the old shorts. Have a Laugh: Volume Four (which featured two versions of "Mickey Down Under," "Pluto's Surprise Package," "Hawaiian Holiday," "Trailer Horn," and "How to Swim") consists of shortening and speeding up classic cartoons.
Anyway, the point I'm getting at is this: resist the allure of Have a Laugh: Volume Four. You wouldn't think it would be too hard, as the re-edited versions of the classic cartoons are unbelievably annoying and the "Blam!" and "Re-Micks!" shorts are like audiovisual kicks in the shin. Ignore the fact that they look really good on DVD, boasting exceptional detail, vibrant colors and a complete absence of scratches and flecks. Also ignore the above-par sound which blesses the shorts (both the old and new versions). The disc doesn't contain any extras, so there's nothing to get excited about there.
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