Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald Volume Three (1947-1950) (Region 2) (Import)
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Skadinavian Edition, PAL/Region 2 DVD: Subtitles: Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, English, Spanish, French, German. Audio: English, French, Spanish, German. Donald's prolific career as leading duck marches on with more of his solo-starring shorts. In this collection, we follow out hotheaded hero's escapades from 1947 through 1950 as he continues to endear himself to people all over the globe. And, for the first time on DVD, Donald's CinemaScope cartoons are presented in their original widescreen format. Among the treasure trove of gems in this volume are three of Donald's Academy Award-nominated Best Shorts - Chip An' Dale (1947), Tea For Two Hundred (1948) and Toy Tinkers (1949); the outstanding Donald's Dilemma from 1947; and a brand-new retrospective of the cranky quack-up's complete movie career, Donald Duck: Movie Star. It's no wonder his webbed feet are immortalized in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theater. Featuring exclusive introductions by film historian Leonard Maltin, this is a timeless collection from generations past for generations to come.
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Volume 2 of Donalds Treasure releases on region 2 was missing Der Fuher's face. And I have been informed that all region 2 releases are the same, so purchase a region 1 release for uncut material.
This set however seems to be uncut and fully intact, with no missing shorts, but if you have any doubt's, leave a comment and I can get back to you for a piece of mind.
The restoration is fabulous is far superior to volume 2 of Donalds capers.
Like every other release, the dvd is hosted by movie maveric and critic Leonard Maltin who give's insights and warnings about the "Un-pc" shorts which are in a seperate menu with non-skipable introduction. The short's aren't particularly racist or un-pc, but if it mean's these cartoons get released, so be it.
Overall, a thumbs up for this release, I would prefer an english release all the same, but beggers sadly can not be choosers.
The box and contents are all in Spanish or they could be another European language, depending on the seller. There us no UK version of this out at the moment, but it plays in ENGLISH, just the cover and booklet are in a different language.
As stated, any concern's about the material of this dvd, gimme a comment and I'll sift through it before you purchase to make sure there is no cuts in the dvd.
Cheers for reading guys.