WALT DISNEY TREASURES:
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
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For those that love everything
Disney, there is now available “Walt Disney Treasures: Silly Symphonies.” This
two disc animated box set is shown in color and is available on DVD video. These
DVD’s feature thirty-one uncensored cartoons that had been released between 1929
and 1939. Six of these cartoons are Academy Award winners. “Silly Symphonies”
was first conceptualized in 1929 but was rejected by the distributor with the
two words “More Mice.”
By adding “Silly Symphonies” to the collection, one
will not only be treated to these wonderful cartoons but will also be privileged
to an inside look of “Silly Symphonies” by Academy Award winner Richard M.
Sherman, who directed Mary Poppins. One will also be given an inside look to the
Disney archives and look at some rare and amazing merchandise, conceptual art,
and theatrical posters. By adding “Silly Symphonies” to any DVD collection, one
is giving themselves the chance to enjoy some of the most amazing cartoon shorts
ever. These cartoons revolutionized the way that cartoons were made and viewed.
The DVD also features an introduction by film historian Leonard Maltin.
With so many fantastic features, this truly one of
a kind piece is available for $82.00.
Walt Disney Treasures: Silly Symphonies
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