Three Limited Edition Two-Disc DVD Sets Complete with Authenticity Certificate And Collectible Lithograph Available on November 11, 2008
DVD Release Date: November 11, 2008 Rating: G Studio: Walt Disney Video Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
The popular Walt Disney Treasures series continues with three new double-disc DVD sets from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. Each of the specially packaged collections includes never before seen bonus features on DVD that will delight Disney enthusiasts and fans of classic film and television alike. Available on November 11, 2008 in limited supply, all three Walt Disney Treasures DVDs arrive just in time for the holidays.
The Chronological Donald, Volume Four stars the short-tempered but hilarious Donald Duck in 31 films
dating from 1951 through 1961 and presented for the first time on DVD in the original widescreen format. The final volume of the sputtering superstar’s collected shorts, “The Chronological Donald, Volume Four”
includes “Working for Peanuts,” Donald’s 1954 foray into 3D animation.
Exclusive bonus features include:
Donald Goes To Press – A retrospective look at Donald’s prolific career in comic books.
The Unseen Donald Duck: Trouble Shooters - Storyboards for an unproduced Donald Duck
cartoon pitched by famed Disney animator, Eric Goldberg.
Audio Commentary by Leonard Maltin and Jerry Beck
The Mickey Mouse Club Presents: Annette stars Annette Funicello, Disney’s most beloved Mouseketeer, in
an original 20-episode serial on DVD for the 50th anniversary of the serial’s conclusion. Adorable Annette
plays a spunky country orphan who has to make big adjustments when she is sent to live with her
sophisticated city cousins. Devoted Mickey Mouse Club fans will be delighted to see Tim Considine and David
Stollery of Spin and Marty in supporting roles.
The DVD includes the following bonus features:
Musically Yours, Annette – From a 1992 interview, Annette recalls her career as a recording
star and her years on “The Mickey Mouse Club.” This mini documentary also includes interviews
with Annette’s fellow teen idols Paul Anka, Frankie Avalon and Fabian.
To Annette, With Love - A newly produced tribute to everyone’s favorite Mouseketeer.
The Mickey Mouse Club – The first and last episodes of the popular television program
Based on the popular series of three novels, Dr. Syn: The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh tells the story of a mild-mannered parson by day who becomes the Scarecrow, an anonymous champion of the oppressed by
night. All three original TV episodes of this Wonderful World of Disney miniseries are presented for the first time ever in widescreen format, with an all-new digital restoration 5.1 audio mix as well as the original restored mono track. The DVD also includes the theatrical film version, released exclusively in England.
Bonus features include:
Dr. Syn: The History of the Legend – A look at the evolution of the legend of Dr. Syn from his
literary origins to the Walt Disney film version.
Walt Disney: From Burbank To London – A featurette about the first satellite studio established
by Walt Disney in the 1950s in England.
Walt Disney TV Introductions in Widescreen
Noted film historian, author, and critic Leonard Maltin provides exclusive commentary for the series. Each
DVD is individually numbered, with an authenticity certificate, and an exclusive lithograph in the collectible, unique packaging tins.
They are available in a limited supply only. Each DVD has a suggested retail price of $32.99 (US) and $35.99 (Canada).
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