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On the Front Lines è una collezione di rarissimi film della Disney creati e presentati negli Stati Uniti durante in periodo della Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Con 32 corti di animazione, il film “Victory Through Air Power” ed un buona dose di Bonus questo cofanetto offre una lezione di storia e ci consente di vedere il materiale educativo e di propaganda degli anni ’40.





Released as a 2-disc Limited Edition tin in the Walt Disney Treasures series, Walt Disney on the Front Lines is a collection of rarely-seen Disney films created and released while America became involved in World War II. With 32 animated shorts, the feature film Victory Through Air Power, and a decent dose of bonus materials, this set offers a history lesson and a chance to finally see Disney's long-fabled propaganda and educational fare from the early 1940s.




Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

2 dvd5 NTSC
Audio: ENG
Sottottitoli (Subtitles): English for hear impaired


Tempo Totale di RiProduction: 383 Minutes (6 ore 23 minuti)


1.33:1 Fullscreen (Original Ratio) / Dolby Digital Mono

Subtitles: English; Closed Captioned

Originally Released Between 1941 and 1945


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DISCO 1





Il primo Disco contiene 29 cartoni animati, separate nelle sezioni Propaganda & Entertainment Shorts", "Educational Shorts", e "From the Vault." Ogni sezione ed alcuni cartoni di “From the Vault” sono accompagnati da video introduttivi di Leonard Maltin.

The first disc contains 29 animated shorts, separated into "Propaganda & Entertainment Shorts", "Educational Shorts", and "From the Vault." Each section and certain shorts "From the Vault" are accompanied by introductory video clips by Leonard Maltin.


Propaganda & Entertainment Shorts

Con una introduzione di 95 secondi, Leonard Maltin discute sull’uso dell’animazione come strumento di propaganda, fatto sia dagli Stati Uniti sia dai nemici di Guerra.

In the 95-second introduction to this section, Treasures host Leonard Maltin discusses morale-boosting films and how America's enemies also attempted to use the animation medium for propaganda purposes.


Donald Gets Drafted (1942) (8:53)

The Army Mascot (1942) (7:13)

The Vanishing Private (1942) (7:25)

Sky Trooper (1942) (7:11)

Private Pluto (1943) (6:45)


Fall Out; Fall In (1943) (7:20)

Victory Vehicles (1943) (8:03)

The Old Army Game (1943) (6:58)

Home Defense (1943) (7:44)

How to be a Sailor (1944) (7:05)

Commando Duck (1944) (6:51)



Educational Shorts

Nell’introduzione di 3 minuti di questa sezione, Maltin fornisce informazioni sul contesto in cui questi corti cercano di spiegare alla gente l’importanza di sostenere finanziariamente il paese con titoli di stato specifici per finanziare la guerra e di pagare le tasse.

In the 3-minute introduction to this section, Maltin puts into context these educational shorts which seek to inform the public about such things as war bonds and paying taxes. As the set's host explains, animation was reused and well-recognized characters were employed to enlighten viewers.



Thrifty Pigs (1941) (4:09)

Seven Wise Dwarfs (1941) (3:46)

Food Will Win the War (1942) (5:40)


Out of the Frying Pan and into the Firing Line (1942) (3:17)

Donald's Decision (1942) (3:34)

All Together (1942) (2:58)

The New Spirit (1942) (7:20)

The Spirit of '43 (1943) (5:38)

The Winged Scourge (1943) (9:44)


Defense Against Invasion (1943) (12:37)

The Grain That Built a Hemisphere (1943) (10:33)

Cleanliness Brings Health (1945) (8:25)

What is Disease? (The Unseen Enemy) (1945) (10:34)

Planning for Good Eating (1946) (8:26)



From the Vault

Ognuno dei cartoni della sezione possiede un introduzione di Leonard Maltin che non può essere saltata.


Each of the shorts in this section is introduced by a clip from Leonard Maltin explaining the context in which Disney made them. These introductions cYearst be skipped, fast-forwarded, or rewound with traditional methods, so you'll have to watch them each time you watch the shorts.



Der Fuehrer's Face (1942) (8:54)

Education for Death (1943) (10:10)



Reason and Emotion (1943) (7:55)

Chicken Little (1943) (8:50)







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Il disco 2 si apre con un’introduzione 3 di 38 secondi di Leonard maltin. Essenzialmente egli introduce il film Victory Through Air Power ed i bonus contenuti nel disco.

"Victory Through Air Power"

Maltin definisce questo film come il più insiuuale mai prodotto dalla Disney. ." Victory Through Air Power”,è stato prodotto per trasmettere un messaggio più che per intrattenere il pubblico. E’ un adattamento di un libro di Alexander P. de Seversky, che richiama gli Stati Uniti a concentrare le energie sui bombardieri a lungo raggio, per poter vincere la Seconda Guerra Mondiale.

Il film si apre dichiarando che gli Stati Uniti si sono salvati nel passato grazie a uomini dotati di coraggio e preveggenza. Il film è dedicato a Billy Mitchell, generale dell’esercito i cui consigli, riguardo ad adotttare strategie aeree durante la Prima Guerra Mondiale, furono ignorati o comunque disattesi.

Si comincia con una divertente storia animata dell’aviazione, partendo dai fratelli Wright. Viene presenta l’aviazione ed il suo sviluppo nei vari paesi per gli scopi più diversi ed il limitato uso degli aerei nella Prima Guerra Mondiale. Al posto di un documentario puro e semplice ci troviamo di fronte ad un esempio di buona animazione.

Viene poi presentato l’autore del Libro ispiratore del film, Alexander de Seversky. Nato in Russia, perse la gamba destra quando il suo aereo venne abbattuto all’età di 22 anni.. Giunse negli Stati Uniti nel 1918 e divenne amico e consigliere di Billy Mitchell e successivamente acquisì la nazionalità americana. Divenuto generale nell’esercito, inventò diversi strumenti per migliorare l’aviazione militare. Dopo 21 minuti di film , de Seversky fa la sua prima apparizione e parla brevemente riguardo a come l’introduzione degli aerei può cambiare il volto di una guerra.

Con mappe disegnate ed animate si presenta come gli Stati Uniti possono rispondere alla Germania nazista, che viene disegnata con animazione e colonne sonore cupe ed impressionanti. Anche se accompagnato da presagi drammatici, il film rappresenta semplicemente le strategie di guerra, il che può impressionare lo spettatore. Il punto di vista del film consiste nell’affermare che gli Alleati devono utilizzare l’aviazione per ottenere un vantaggio sulla Germania nazista. La guerra di superficie, viene affermato, favorirebbe Hitler.

De Seversky parla di fronte alla telecamera per buona parte del film., un metodo ravvivato dal fatto che si muove durante il discorso, come se volesse evitare di “fare lezione”. Un aviatore, H.C. Potter, ha diretto le sequenze dal vivo, mentre il veterano degli Studio David Hand (Baincaneve e i Sette Nani) ha fatto da supervisore per l’animazione, diretta da James Algar, Clyde Geronimi e Jack Kinney.

Compresa l’introduzione di 4 minuti e mezzo, il film dura 1h e 10 minuti. Victory Through Air Power stupisce per la qualità delle immagini e dell’audio, sebbene in traccia Mono. Gli effetti sonori dei bombardamenti rivelano una particolare attenzione per il missaggio.

Victory Through Air Power è un film unico nella storia della Disney. Non lo si può guardare come si guardano altri lavori degli Studio, come l’Isola del Tesoro. Nel 1943 era stato concepito per persuadere ed informare e sessant’anni dopo il messaggio perde di rilevanza. Tuttavia, la sua natura e il soggetto, compreso l’uso dell’animazione fatta da Disney lo rende assolutamente imperdibile. Da vedere.



Traning Shorts

In un’introduzione di 92 secondi, Maltin definisce I training Shorts come i meno celebrati ma probabilmente i più significativi tra le creazioni Disney. Disney fece questi film per insegnare specifici comportamenti a gran parte delle forze armate. Molti di questi film vennero secretati e sono di recente il segreto di stato è stato rimosso. Da vedere.


Four Methods of Flush Riveting (9:30)

Stop That Tank (21:32)

Training Film Montage (5:11)




Disc 2 opens with a cheerful 38-second introduction by Leonard Maltin. He talks about Victory Through Air Power and the bonus features to be found here.


VICTORY THROUGH AIR POWER

Maltin introduces this as "the most unusual feature film Walt Disney ever made." Victory Through Air Power, he says, is meant to send a message rather than entertain. Adapted from a book by Alexander P. de Seversky, this 1943 film calls on America to focus energies on long-range bomber planes in order to win World War II.

Victory Through Air Power opens with messages which declare that America has been saved from past struggles by men of vision of courage. The scrolling notes then reveal that the film is dedicated to Billy Mitchell, an Army general whose advice to look into aerial assaults in the years after World War I went mostly ignored or ridiculed by the nation.

After this, we are treated to an amusing animated history of aviation, which starts from the turn-of-the-20th century test flights by the Wright brothers. We see aviation being explored by various nations for various purposes and then airplanes put to limited use in World War I. While it does purport to be a documentary of sorts, it keeps a light-hearted tone and features some warm, colorful '40s-style Disney animation.

This evolves into a fact-imparting section on how air power has advanced in the recent years to a potent and efficient means of carrying out war, which segues into Alexander de Seversky, whose credentials are given.
Born in Russia, Seversky lost his right leg when his plane was shot down at the age of 22. Seversky came to America in 1918 and becomes a friend and advisor to Billy Mitchell, and eventually a naturalized citizen. Made a general in the American army, Seversky goes on to invent a number of instruments to improve military aviation. After this, twenty-one minutes into the film, de Seversky makes his first appearance and talks briefly about how the introduction of aircrafts means changes the face of traditional warfare.

More animated artwork maps out the plan for Europe to respond to Nazi Germany, which is powerfully depicted with a dramatic score and expressionistic animation. Even with an abundance of dramatic cues, at this point, the film is simply recanting war strategies with narration, which may leave some viewers cold. The point the film makes, is that the Allied powers need to embrace military aviation to get the advantage over the robust Nazi units. Surface fighting, we're told, gives Hitler the edge.

De Seversky speaks directly to the camera for much of the film, a method which is livened up by having him move around while doing it to avoid it seeming like a lecture. De Seversky's friend and fellow aviator H.C. Potter directed his live action sequences, while Disney veteran David Hand (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) supervised the animation which was directed by James Algar, Clyde Geronimi, and Jack Kinney.

Including the 4½-minute introduction, the film runs just under 1 hour and 10 minutes. Presented in a slightly windowboxed 1.33:1 (fullscreen with overscan) transfer, Victory Through Air Power features surprisingly clean picture quality and strong audio in its Mono track. The sound effects of the air bombings are heavy on bass and the DVD soundtrack reveals an attention to detail in the film's sophisticated audio mix. One minor detraction is that sometimes, de Sevorsky's on-screen comments are mixed quite a bit lower than the rest of the audio, so you may have to adjust the volume.

Victory Through Air Power is a unique old Disney film. One doesn't watch it in the same way they watch other early works from the studio like Treasure Island. In 1943, the film was meant to inform and persuade, and its message is no longer relevant six decades later. Nonetheless, its nature, subject matter and interesting use of Disney animation makes it rewarding to watch.



Traning Shorts

In a 92-second introduction, Leonard Maltin proclaims these Training Shorts the "least celebrated" but perhaps "most significant" of Disney's wartime creations. Disney made these films to teach specific skills to various branches of the armed forces. Maltin explains that these films have gone unseen for a long period of time because they were made in secrecy and only recently declassified.


Four Methods of Flush Riveting (9:30)

Stop That Tank (21:32)

Training Film Montage (5:11)






Bonus Features


"On the Set of Victory Through Air Power" (5:40) Si tratta di un dietro le quinte della produzione del film. Walt sembra piuttosto stanco ed il video risulta piuttosto crudo e senza audio.

Trailer for Victory Through Air Power(2:11) Questo filmato mostra come il film fu presentato al pubblico.

The Galleries Le gallerie sono impressionati e suddivise in 7 sezioni.

Production Art Galleries contiene i lavori concettuali riguardo a 18 corti del Disco1: "The Thrifty Pig", "Seven Wise Dwarfs", "Donald's Decision", "The New Spirit", "Donald Gets Drafted", "The Army Mascot", "Food Will Win the War", "The Vanishing Private", "Der Feuhrer's Face", "The Spirit of '43", "The Winged Scourge", "Education for Death", "Private Pluto", "Fall Out; Fall In", "Victory Vehicles", "The Old Army Game", "How to be a Sailor", and "Commando Duck."

Ogni galleria dei corti contiene da 2 a 40 immagini che pososno essere visualizzate come miniature o immagini a tutto schermo, Alcune immagini, da: "Donald's Decision", "The New Spirit", "Donald Gets Drafted", "Food Will Win the War", "Der Feuhrer's Face", "The Spirit of '43", "The Winged Scourge", "Education for Death" and "How to Be a Sailor" contengono commenti audio di Leonard Maltin, indicate dalla presenza del disegno di un microfono.

La galleria di Victory Through Air Power contiene 168 immagini suddivise in: Visual Development, Story (la sezione più voluminosa ) Backgrounds, e Publicity.

La galleria “The Gremlins” (da non confondere con l’omonimo film!) cotniene 31 immagini concettuali derivate da una fruttuosa collaborazione tra Disney e l’autore per bambini Roald Dahl.
Il primo libro di Dahl fu adattato a diventare un film ma il progetto rimase inattuato poiché Dahl non era d’accordo con il lavoro concettuale e Disney non riuscì a mantenere il copyright sul termine Gremlins. Maltin riferisce che l’esperienza di Dahl alla Disney fu di ispirazione per Charlie e la Fabbrica di Cioccolato.

Restano la galleria di Poster Dispatches from Disney’s, Joe Grant's Sketchbook, e Insignia Gallery.

"A Conversation with John Hench" (14:15) Si tratta di un intervista al più longevo (in termini di militanza negli Studio) impiegato degli Studio. Egli discute quanto si siano trasformati gli Studio a partire dal 1941, dopo il bombardamento di Pearl Harbor. Egli ha iniziato la sua attività del Dipartimento della Storie e si è successivamente avvicendato a quello dei Layout, Reparto coloritura, effetti di animazione e operatore di ripresa. Hench ha molte storie da raccontare e Maltin è abile a riprendere alcune di queste storie di prima mano.

"A Conversation with Joe Grant" (14:45) Maltin parla a lungo con uno degli animatori e creatori di storie di maggiore attività negli Studio. Grant paragona l’odierna situazione di terrore in America all’atmosfere della Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Egli discute anche i cambiamenti di cui è stato testimone riguardo agli Studio, ivi comopresi alcuni accenni ai corti "Der Fuehrer's Face", "The New Spirit", "Education for Death" e "Reason and Emotion" oltre al film “Victory Through Air Power”.

"A Conversation with Roy Disney" (20:44) Il nipote di Walt richiama alla mente le sue memorie di ragazzo agli Studio durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Roy parla in modo carismatico e l’intervista scorre velocemente. Tra le altre cose, Roy ricorda gli animatori di Biancaneve e le attività promozionali di “Victory Through Air Power”, cui ha partecipato direttamente.



Bonus Features

"On the Set of Victory Through Air Power" (5:40) culls together rare behind-the-scenes footage from the production of this 1943 film. As Maltin points out in the short introduction, Walt looks pretty tired, which he chalks up to long days prior to the nighttime filming sessions. There is no audio for this footage and the video is rather crude. But it's certainly a unique and interesting supplement, and maybe even easier to appreciate in itms odd, nearly-faded state. It's also one of the few glimpses of Walt we get in this set.

The theatrical trailer (2:11) for Victory Through Air Power is a nice inclusion that shows how this early Disney film was promoted to audiences. Considering how many Disney films are lacking their trailers on DVD, from The Lion King to most live action films, this bonus feature is certainly appreciated.

The Galleries on this set are truly impressive. They are divided into 7 sections.

Production Art Galleries contains conceputal artwork from 18 of the shorts on Disc 1: "The Thrifty Pig", "Seven Wise Dwarfs", "Donald's Decision", "The New Spirit", "Donald Gets Drafted", "The Army Mascot", "Food Will Win the War", "The Vanishing Private", "Der Feuhrer's Face", "The Spirit of '43", "The Winged Scourge", "Education for Death", "Private Pluto", "Fall Out; Fall In", "Victory Vehicles", "The Old Army Game", "How to be a Sailor", and "Commando Duck."

Each short's gallery has anywhere from two to over forty images which can be viewed as pages of thumbnails or full-sized artwork. They offer a blend of black & white sketches, colored sketches, and full-color cels. Select images from "Donald's Decision", "The New Spirit", "Donald Gets Drafted", "Food Will Win the War", "Der Feuhrer's Face", "The Spirit of '43", "The Winged Scourge", "Education for Death" and "How to Be a Sailor" offer enlightening audio commentary from Leonard Maltin, indicated by a microphone icon on the thumbnails page.
This is a real treat to not only see these shorts but to get this bonus material to enhance one's appreciation of the way they look.

The next set of galleries are for Victory Through Air Power. A whopping total of 168 images are included and separated into Visual Development, Story (the biggest section, by far), Backgrounds, and Publicity. A number of these stills contain commentary from Maltin, too.

The gallery on "The Gremlins" (not to be confused with the 1984 Joe Dante film Gremlins) contains 31 conceptual images from an interesting collaboration between Walt Disney and children's author Roald Dahl. Dahl's first book was to be the first adapted into a feature film, too. But the project was scrapped after Dahl was disappointed by the conceptual artwork and Walt Disney couldn't secure copyrights to the term "Gremlins." In a fascinating tidbit, Maltin reports that Dahl's experiences in the Disney studio were an inspiration for writing Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Rounding out the galleries are Posters (a collection of 27 attention-grabbing messages from Disney), Dispatches from Disney's (a quickly-disregarded publication that Maltin explains in commentary), Joe Grant's Sketchbook (self-explanatory artwork from the Disney character designer and animator who is profiled elsewhere on Disc 2), and lastly, an Insignia Gallery of 59 various Disney logos for the war effort.




In "A Conversation with John Hench" (14:15) , the ever-enthusiastic Leonard Maltin gets to talk with the longest term Walt Disney Studio employee. Hench discusses how the studio in Burbank was transformed practically overnight following the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor. Hench started in Disney's story department and moved onto layout, colors, effects animation, and camera operation. Hench has some great stories to tell, and Maltin is able to eke out some of his first-hand view of Disney history.

"A Conversation with Joe Grant" (14:45) lets Maltin speak with the longtime Disney animator and storyman. Grant compares the modern terror situation in America to the World War II atmosphere. Grant discusses the changes he saw at the Disney studio once uniformed men showed up. He also lends some insight to the shorts "Der Fuehrer's Face", "The New Spirit", "Education for Death" and "Reason and Emotion" and the feature Victory Through Air Power. He even touches upon the subject of working with Dick Huemer. Grant clearly has a good time reminsicing about his Disney past.

"A Conversation with Roy Disney" (20:44) allows Walt's nephew to recall his boyhood memories of the Disney studio during World War II. As with the others, Maltin himself is made part of the interview. But Roy speaks charismatically and the interview flows nicely. Among other topics, Disney recalls animators who were eager to return to fare like Snow White, the popularity of Disney insignia, and a bit of primitive promotion he participated in for Victory Through Air Power. Roy also talks about releasing these much-rumored films to the general public and the usefulness of remembering history.



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