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The Complete Pluto

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Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

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


Contenuti:

Disco 1:

Cortometraggi

1947: Mail Dog, Pluto's Blue Note, Rescue Dog
1948: Bone Bandit, Pluto's Fledgling, Pluto's Purchase
1949: Bubble Bee, Pluto's Surprise Package, Pluto's Sweater, Pueblo Pluto, Sheep Dog


Bonus Material: Master Class: "Randy Cartwright Discusses Bone Trouble", "Andreas Deja Discusses Hawaiian Holiday"; Pluto's Process: Deconstruction of Pluto's Judgement Day, Pencil Test of Pluto's Judgement Day

Disco 2:


Cortometraggi


1950: Camp Dog, Food for Feudin', Pests of the West, Pluto and the Gopher, Pluto's Heart Throb, Primitive Pluto, Puss-Cafe, Wonder Dog
1951: Cold Storage

From the Vault: Cat Nap Pluto (1948), Cold Turkey (1951), Plutopia (1951)


Bonus Material: Figaro & Cleo (1943), Bath Day (1946), Figaro and Frankie (1947), Galleries


Tempo Totale di Riproduzione: 226 Minutes (3 ore, 46 minuti)
Disco 1: 117 minuti (75 - cortometraggi, 2 - introduzioni, 40 - extra)

Disco 2: 109 minuti (83 - cortometraggi, 4 - introduzioni, 22 - extra)


1.33:1 Fullscreen (Original Ratio) / Dolby Digital Mono
Originally Released between 1947 and 1951


Pluto è apparso la prima volta in “The chain gang” e per 7 anni, fino al 1937, è rimasto la spalla insostituibile di Topolino. Il suo primo cartone indipendente è "Pluto's Quin-puplets." In coincidenza sono diminuiti i cartoni di Topolino in uscita ogni anno, lasciando più spazio agli altri personaggi, principalmente a Paperino, mentre Pippo e Pluto si disputano il secondo posto.

Sebbene Pluto non parli, ciò non influisce sulla sua personalità. La forza dei suoi cortometraggi senza dialogo testimonia quanto sia importante la calibrazione dell’azione e della mimica in questi primi cartoni. I cartoni sono condotti in genere grazie al suono e all’azione.

Diversamente dai cartoni di Paperino e da quelli della Warner Brothers, quelli di Pluto non si basano su tecniche e schemi ripetitivi. Il carattere di Pluto talvolta scoppia in liti ma spesso si dimostra compassionevole o giocoso, molto più di Paperino. Spesso Pluto interagisce con altri animali, mettendo in piedi avventure o esilaranti cacce all’animale, con esiti assolutamente comici.

Con 28 cortometraggi, alcuni dei quail già inclusi in altri cofanetti, questo cofanetto si presenta come uno dei più “leggeri”. Tuttavia questo cofanetto pone sotto i riflettori un nuovo personaggio e fornisce più di 3 ore di materiale assolutamente godibile.



Having already released comprehensive collections of Mickey Mouse, Donald, and Goofy shorts, it is not very surprising that Disney has now put out The Complete Pluto, Volume One with their latest line of Walt Disney Treasures sets.

What is surprising to some is the "Volume One" subtitle. In a judgment call, Disney has decided to break up the cartoons from Mickey's energetic dog into two different volumes rather than trying to squeeze the unreleased Pluto shorts into one set. The result is that this premiere volume houses all the cartoons from the "Pluto" series through Pluto's Housewarming, released to theaters in February of 1947.
In addition to the official "Pluto shorts", this 2-disc Limited Edition tin presents some "Mickey" and "Donald" shorts that contain Pluto's more memorable supporting performances. These include his debut appearance as a pair of trail-sniffing bloodhounds in 1930's The Chain Gang.

Following that, Pluto would turn up mostly in Mickey Mouse cartoons as his dog and companion. Pluto maintained this supporting role for seven years, until 1937 brought the very first short in his own cartoon line, "Pluto's Quin-puplets." Pluto's rise coincided with the somewhat abrupt disappearance of Mickey Mouse, who after a decade of being Disney's most visible animated star began to fade from the cartoon short scene. Certainly, Mickey hasn't disappeared altogether, and is indisputably the most recognizable "Walt Disney" character today. But while the owner fell into the background, his pet Pluto took a prominent place behind Donald, but alongside Goofy as one of Disney's major short film stars of the 1940s.

Though Pluto did not speak, there was no shortage of personality on display. The strength of his dialogueless shorts is a testament to how little speech figures in these early cartoons. Pluto's shorts are driven by sounds and action, which are normally sparked by his rambunctiousness.

Unlike the shorts of Donald Duck or Warner Brothers' popular cartoon stars, Pluto's films do not adhere to one specific, repetitive formula. While the dog's tempers would often flare, he could also be compassionate or playful to a greater degree than Disney's top duck at the time. Oftentimes, Pluto would interact with other animals, setting off on adventures or chases with comic, fast-paced results. Still, the Pluto's cartoons presented here allow room to try different tones and genres.

With 28 shorts, many of which have already been released, this is definitely one of the lighter Walt Disney Treasures sets. But for those who haven't been compiling a complete Treasures collection, or even those of who have, this set shines the spotlight on a new character and provides over three hours of Pluto's earliest and most memorable animated shorts.

Like all Walt Disney Treasures, this set is presented in a double Alpha keepcase (which for Wave 4, in a first, is white) and housed in a silver tin. Inside, you'll find a certificate of authenticity, with the number of your individual copy; a surprisingly low 110,000 Complete Pluto, Volume One sets were produced. The terrific 8-page booklet remains in line with past Treasures inserts, containing some basic info on Walt Disney, a list of contents, information on the set by Leonard Maltin, and poster art from Academy Award winner "Lend a Paw." In addition, there is a colorful collectible card which reproduces poster art of Pluto's 1940 short Bone Trouble.



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DISCO 1

Il Disco 1, che contiene 13 cortometraggi, inizia con un’introduzione di Leonard Maltin (2’) in cui Maltin parlando di Pluto, spiega cosa lo distingue dalle altre “Star” del Mondo Disney, in particolare il suo status di personaggio “che non parla”. Si esamina inoltre velocemente lo sviluppo di Pluto e si riportano informazioni su Norman Ferguson, l’animatore che lo ha creato.

Disc 1 opens with a 2-minute introduction from Treasures host Leonard Maltin. Naturally Maltin talks about Pluto, specifically about what distinguishes him from Disney's other cartoon stars as a genuine animal who cannot speak. This intro provides a quick overview of Pluto's development and a bit of information on Norman Ferguson, the animator from whom Pluto emerged.

This first disc contains 13 Pluto shorts, which are offered in 3-page alphabetical and chronological listings. In addition a "Play All" option enables you to chronologically, well, I'm sure you can guess.




I cortometraggi:

Mail Dog (1947) (6:54)

Pluto's Blue Note (1947) (6:55)

Rescue Dog (1947) (6:48)

Bone Bandit (1948) (6:51)



Pluto's Fledgling (1948) (6:48)

Pluto's Purchase (1948) (6:42)

Bubble Bee (1949) (7:09)



Pluto's Surprise Package (1949) (6:57)

Pluto's Sweater (1949) (6:53)

Pueblo Pluto (1949) (6:47)

Sheep Dog (1949) (6:59)





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DISCO 2


Il Disco 2 si apre con un’altra introduzione di Leonard Maltin (1:03) che ricorda i differenti direttori di animazione che hanno lavorato sui cartoni di Pluto e la miscela vincente tra il cane reale e la libertà d’animazione che definisce il personaggio di Pluto. Alcuni dei cartoni qui inclusi non fanno parte della serie strettamente dedicata a Pluto, ma sono assolutamente divertenti e peculiari per capire Pluto, benché i protagonisti ufficiali siano Topolino o Paperino.

Il Disco 2 contiene 13 shorts di Pluto mentre la sezione “From the Vault” ne contiene altri due, preceduti dal commento di Leonard Maltin.

The second disc opens with another Leonard Maltin introduction (1:03) which succinctly covers the different directors who worked on Pluto shorts and the winning mixture of real dog behavior and cartoon freedom that defines Pluto. Maltin explains that a number of the shorts in this collection are not part of the "Pluto" series but were included to enjoy the dog's scene-stealing moments in shorts with Mickey and/or Donald.

Disc 2 also houses 13 Pluto shorts in the alphabetical and chronological listings, again presented with the "Play All" option. Two additional shorts are available in a section called "From the Vault" which opens with an unskippable Leonard Maltin introduction that explains why.



I cortometraggi:

Camp Dog (1950) (7:04)

Food For Feudin' (1950) (7:04)

Pests of the West (1950) (6:45)

Pluto and the Gopher (1950) (6:26)

Pluto's Heart Throb (1950) (6:54)



Primitive Pluto (1950) (6:57)

Puss Cafe (1950) (7:07)

Wonder Dog (1950) (6:50)

Cold Storage (1951) (6:51)





FROM THE VAULT
I cartoni sono introdotti da Leonard Maltin con un’introduzione che non può essere saltata. Alcuni di essi non sono ciò al giorno d'oggi si chiama "politicamente corretti".

In addition to his disc intro, he provides an unskippable one for the "From the Vault" section, explaining the context within the shorts and naturally how times have changed and what was acceptable then is frowned upon now. Opting to view four shorts from the Vault, Leonard Maltin will first chime in with his unskippable minute-long introduction explaining not only the then-acceptable stereotypes and racial instances, but also the rampant violence in a couple of the shorts. Maltin puts these shorts in context for today's audience, and in a sense apologizes for the closed-mindedness of yesteryear.


Cat Nap Pluto (1948) (6:35)

Cold Turkey (1951) (6:58)

Plutopia (1951) (7:06)


BONUS
Dal momento che i corti di Figaro sono pochi e di portata limita, benchè belli, è stato deciso di metterli in questo cofanetto. La loro presenza nobilita il cofanetto e completa la panoramica su Pluto.

Since Figaro's animated shorts canon is quite lean, it was decided to include the three Figaro-only shorts with The Complete Pluto, Volume Two.
Their inclusion is a welcome one, as Figaro shared a few cartoons with Pluto and is quite a popular little kitty.

Figaro & Cleo (1943) (8:24)

Bath Day (1946) (6:39)

Figaro & Frankie (1947) (6:53)


BONUS FEATURES
Quattro Bonus sono dedicate al primo disco e sono divisi in due sezioni.
La prima sezione è Master Class che offre due featurette. La prima di esse si intitola "Randy Cartwright Discusses 'Bone Trouble'" (14:43), ed sostanzialmente un commento video di un corto di Pluto del 1940. Oltre al commento ed alla presentazione di buona parte del cartone, si possono ammirare alcuni test di animazione a matita.

Nella seconda featurette, "Andreas Deja discusses 'Hawaiian Holiday'" (9:07) lo stile è simile a quello della prima. Deja cura di più i paragoni dell’animazione tra test a matita e risultati finali e inoltre anche il tratteggio dei personaggi e l’attenzione per gli sfondi.

La seconda sezione Pluto's Process offre due punti di vista su un identico cartone, Pluto's Judgement Day, (8:15). "Deconstruction of Pluto's Judgement Day" offre una serie di spiegazioni e paragoni dell’intero cartone. Oltre all’animazion e finale a colori vengono trattati gli sfondi l’animazione a matita e l’animazione vista sotto tutti questi aspetti. La seconda featurette presenta l’intero cartone come animazione a matita.


Nel secondo Disco, I bonus sono limitati a Gallerie e corti di animazione. Due bonus sono due cartoni di Figaro, già visti prima. Sono inoltre presenti tre Gallerie. La prima è "Pluto Backgrounds" (20 immagini) e contiene molti degli sfondi dei cartoni di Pluto. "Pluto in Progress" (114 immagini)
è la galleria più fornita e contiene fogli di presentazione dei personaggi ed altri disegni che forniscono idee su come rappresentare ed animare Pluto. Infine "Pluto Published" (50 immagini) offer una gradevole selezione di fumeti di Pluto, libri , riviste, copertine ed articoli, registrazioni per bambini e strisce per il giornale della domenica


Four substantial bonus features can be found on the first disc, and are divided into two sections. The first section is Master Class, which offers two featurettes and a "play all" option. The first featurette, entitled "Randy Cartwright Discusses 'Bone Trouble'" (14:43), seems like a video commentary on the 1940 Pluto short. At times, Cartwright will pause or slow down playback, letting the video to a split-screen of him and the short, as he points out some animation techniques or unknown trivia within the short. Some pencil animation is seen a few times as well.

In the second featurette, "Andreas Deja discusses 'Hawaiian Holiday'" (9:07) in the same style that Cartwright does, commenting upon the animation of the short and pointing out or narrating certain parts on the screen. Deja is not quite as trigger-happy on the remote control as Cartwright is, and his featurette focuses a lot with split-screen comparisons of not only pencil animation, but character sketches and background paintings. Both of these pieces are quite interesting, as they blend the concepts of audio commentaries, split-screen comparisons, and general appreciation into rather innovative and unique featurettes.

The second section, Pluto's Process also contains a "play all" option (shouldn't that be "Play Both"?) and offers two different looks at one cartoon, Pluto's Judgement Day, (8:15). "Deconstruction of Pluto's Judgement Day" offers split-and-multi-screen comparisons of the entire short. In addition to the final color animation, the screen often features a look at various background sketches, pencil animation, even some alternate animation. The second featurette provides the entire short in pencil test animation.

On the second disc, bonuses are limited to galleries and shorts. The two bonus shorts are from the lean selection of Figaro-headlined shorts and discussed above. In addition to these shorts, three galleries are provided on disc two. The first is "Pluto Backgrounds" (20 stills) and contains various background pieces from a variety of Pluto cartoons. "Pluto in Progress" (114 stills) is the largest gallery and provides wide variety of concept art, character design sheets, other sketches that give a look at the different styles of drawing and animating Pluto. Finally, "Pluto Published" (50 stills) offers a nice selection of Pluto comics, books, magazine covers and articles, children's records, and even prints of the weekly Sunday comics near the end of the gallery. Each gallery offers thumbnail menus, most with six stills per page.



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