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Melody Time [DVD] 
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Walt Disney presents seven animated stories featuring lively songs and unforgettable characters. Old favourite Donald Duck features in 'Blame It on the Samba', and other tales featured include 'Bumble Boogie', 'Little Toot', 'Johnny Appleseed' and 'Pecos Bill'.
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When you see the staggering amount of offensive cartoons made today, one has to wonder why Disney would edit a cigarette from the mouth of a cowboy (Pecos Bill).
Thank goodness the UK version remains unedited (I grew up watching these as a kid unedited, what would old Walt say today?)
Uk version includes the same 3 bonus cartoons, Donald applecore, Lambert the sheepish lion & Casey bats again (would have been nice if they would've included Casey at bat).
Me and my 4 year old nephew thoroughly enjoyed watching these cartoons (and no he wasn't asking for a cigarette afterwards Ha,ha :}
My hope is that if enough people complain about editing classic cartoons like these, that Disney will realize that the majority of people don't take offensive today just as they didn't back then.
I live in the U.S. but I purchased the U.K. (Region 2) MELODY TIME because the purist in me insists upon enjoying Pecos Bill lighting and sucking on his cigarettes in high style. This was surgically and digitally altered on the U.S. release (as was a similar moment in SALUDOS AMIGOS).
It isn't always possible to acquire such "uncensored" Disney in a good commercial-quality release. For those of us so inclined, this is one to enjoy.
My only complaints are for the edited Region 1 U.S. version. The version shown on this page is the Region 2 U.K. version and is UNEDITED! THIS IS THE ONE TO BUY!
I encourage people to buy this, the Region 2 version of this film, instead of the Region 1 U.S. version. It will send a message to Disney that its customers prefer their classic animation unedited and uncensored.
Like others here, I live in the U.S. but I purchased this region 2 version of Melody Time because it was unedited. I don't understand what kind of warped logic the content managers at Disney were using when they decided it was unacceptable to show Pecos Bill with a cigarette in his mouth. I suppose it had something to do with not wanting young kids to want to smoke just like their hero Pecos Bill did, but then I wonder why they thought that was unacceptable for U.S. children, and yet acceptable for U.K. children?
Just editing out the cigarette digitally would have been an annoyance, but to completely remove an entire verse from the central song of that story (the scene where Bill lasso's a tornado and uses a lightning bolt to light a cigarette), is going too far. It makes that song 1/6 shorter!Read more ›
This particular film has seven segments:
1) Once Upon a Wintertime features Frances Langford singing the title song about two romantic young lovers in December. The boy shows off for his girl, and near-tragedy and a timely rescue ensue. This short was also featured on the compilation video, A Walt Disney Christmas.
2) Bumble Boogie is a surrealistic nightmare for a solitary bee trying to escape from a visual and musical frenzy. The music is courtesy of Freddy Martin and his orchestra (with Jack Fina playing the piano) and is a swing-jazz variation of Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee, which was one of the many pieces considered for inclusion in Fantasia.
3) The Legend of Johnny Appleseed is a retelling of the story of John Chapman, who spent most of his life roaming America and planting apple trees, thus earning his famous nickname. Dennis Day narrates and provides all the voices.Read more ›
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Movie arrived as described. I would buy again from the seller.Published 17 days ago by niina niskanen
Expected this DVD to have Donald Duck in it as my two year old grandson is into Donald but Donald wasn't there at all very disappointedPublished 6 months ago by Joe Duncan
My daughter is collecting the Disney DVDs. She was very pleased with product.Published 6 months ago by Jane D.