NEW INFORMATION: A recent reviewer asked about whether or not to return the discs from this DVD set to the Disney Company for the corrected discs.
I personally decided to return my original discs for the corrected ones for several reasons. ONE - the title cards (which list the title of the cartoons) had been recreated for this DVD release but "someone" in the production process didn't do their job and didn't attach these recreations to the cartoons. For me, this is a relatively minor reason to get replacement discs. TWO - The 1934 cartoon "The Goddess Of Spring" in this DVD release is a poorer quality copy. This cartoon was digitally restored and was included as an extra on the last Snow White DVD release. I have this cartoon in the nicer quality on that Snow White DVD so this is still a relativey minor reason to get the replacement discs. THREE - The 1933 cartoon "The Night Before Christmas" is included incomplete on this release. A short scene of black stereotyped toys in a parade are left out of the cartoon. I want the full uncensored cartoon so this is the MAJOR reason I returned my discs for the corrected discs. These newer discs are supposed to have all the above problems corrected.
Those reasons should give you, the customer, the information on whether you want to exchange your original discs for the replacement discs. As the other reviewer stated - you can call 1-800-723-4763 in the U.S. or 1-888-877-2843 in Canada. Tell the Disney customer service representative that you are interested in exchanging your More Silly Symphonies discs for the corrected discs.
By the way, I got the set when it was first released in December 2006 and I love the quality of the cartoons. Except for the relatively minor oops listed above, this is a fantastic quality collection - one I will treasure (along with all the other Walt Disney Treasures DVD sets) the rest of my life!!! There are hours and hours of fun cartoons and nice animation on this set!!
One reviewer expressed concern that all the remaining Silly Symphony cartoons would be in this DVD release. Leonard Maltin, who was involved in producing these Walt Disney Treasures DVD sets, has stated that all the remaining Silly Symphony cartoons will be in this set. Here's the list of the 38 cartoons not included in the first Silly Symphony Treasures set that should be in this set.
1. Arctic Antics (1930)
2. Autumn (1930)
3. The Bears And The Bees (1932)
4. The Bird Store (1932)
5. Birds In The Spring (1933)
6. Broken Toys (1935)
7. Bugs In Love (1932)
8. Cannibal Capers (1930)
9. The Cat's Out (Also known as The Cat's Nightmare) (1931)
10. The China Shop (1934)
11. The Clock Store (1931)
12. Cock O' The Walk (1935)
13. El Terrible Toreador (1929)
14. The Fox Hunt (1931)
15. Frolicking Fish (1930)
16. The Goddess Of Spring (1934)
17. Hell's Bells (1929)
18. King Neptune (1932)
19. Little Hiawatha (1937)
20. Merbabies (1938)
21. The Merry Dwarfs (1929)
22. Midnight In A Toy Shop (1930)
23. Monkey Melodies (1930)
24. More Kittens (1936)
25. The Moth And The Flame (1938)
26. Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938)
27. Night (1930)
28. The Night Before Christmas (1933)
29. Old King Cole (1933)
30. The Pied Piper (1933)
31. Playful Pan (1930)
32. Santa's Workshop (1932)
33. The Spider And The Fly ((1931)
34. Springtime (1929)
35. Summer (1930)
36. Three Blind Mouseketeers (1936)
37. Three Orphan Kittens (1935)
38. Winter (1930)
As happened in the first Treasures set of the Silly Symphony cartoons, some of the more controversial cartoons might be found only in an Easter Egg. "Who Killed Cock Robin?" is an example from the first set.
These last Silly Symphonies are among Disney's rarest, most interesting, and most entertaining cartoons. Some of them contain some fascinating experimental animation.
I very much look forward to watching these at DVD quality.