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Max Fleischer's Color
A 2-disk set featuring 33 Technicolor animated shorts by Max Fleischer. The DVD mainly collects the "Color Classics" series, which were produced to showcase the Fleischer's "Stero-optical Process," whereby the animators placed cells over three-dimensional backgrounds to create the illusion of depth. The cartoons have undergone both digital picture and sound restoration, and the disk is packed with bonus features. Included are commentary by animation historian Jerry Beck, production artwork still frame gallery, a documentary about the Fleischer studio including excerpts from additional Color Classics cartoons. Also, a separate Mono audio track is available, preserving the sound as originally presented. Highlights of the set include "Greedy Humpty Dumpty," "The Cobweb Hotel," "Ants In The Plants," "Dancing On The Moon," "Hold It," "An Elephant Never Forgets," and "Small Fry" and "The Fresh Vegetable Mystery." Betty Boop appears in "Poor Cinderella" and Grampy shows up for "Christmas Comes But Once a Year." Also included are two Academy Award Cartoon Short Subject nominees - "Educated Fish" (1937) and "Hunky and Spunky" (1938). Of course, "Somewhere in Dreamland" is also included.
Run Time: 270 minutes Region encoding:0 For global distribution Special Features: Full frame format Chapter selection 2 disk set The Lost Episodes Art Gallery Commentary track by Jerry beck The entire Max Fleischer "Color Classics" collection Video Format: Full Frame (1.33:1) [SS-DL] Languages: English (Dolby Digital 1.0) Mono Subtitles: None. Captions: No Casing: 2-Disc Keep Case
Christmas Cartoon Classics
Two hours of vintage Christmas cartoons
features Santa Claus and his friends. Bursting with
color and shimmering with merry musical moments, this holiday cartoon
collection includes three landmark Max Fleischer cartoons, "Rudolph the
Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Christmas Comes But Once A Year" and "Somewhere in
as well as Ub Iwerks' rare short "Jack Frost."