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Nell’autunno del 1955, un anno dopo l’inizio di Disneyland, Walt provò a costruire uno show giornaliero. Questo show fu “The Mickey Mouse Club”. Esso inizio come un varietà di un’ora per bambini, mandato in onda ogni giorno alle 17.00.

Il Capo Moschettiere (Mouseketeer) Jimmie Dodd venne contornato da una dozzina di ragazzini carismatici (non attori) introdotti con i loro nomi reali, stampati sulle loro magliette di Moschettieri. I primi 5 episodi sono il materiale incluso in questo cofanetto. Si evince un format preciso, in cui ogni giorno della settimana era dedicato ad un argomento preciso.

Un giorno sì ed uno no, lo show venne aperto dal Mickey Mouse Newsreel, una sorta di prima visione dei prodotti che stavano per essere immessi nel circuito dei cinema, tipicamente adattata ai ragazzi. Attorno a queste novità degli Studio venivano inserite le local news (presentazioni di personaggi speciali, eventi o comunità), su scala internazionale, con interventi dei moschettieri con canzoni, balli e quant’altro.

Inoltre nello show era sempre inclusa un’avventura settimanale, che durava circa 10 minuti al giorno. Il serial della prima settimana è "What I Want To Be" (Chi o cosa vorrei essere o diventare), un viaggio esplorativo verso una particolare professione. Nella prima settimana esso venne dedicato ai piloti di linea ed alle hostess. Al termine dell’episodio, ogni giorno veniva presentato un cartone con Topolino, Paperino, Pippo o Pluto. Al termine Jimmie Dodd ed i Moschettieri davano le anticipazioni per la puntata successiva.

Tra i Moschettieri emerse una Star: una ragazzina di 12 anni, di nome Annette. Annette Funicello, di origine italiana seguì successivamente una luminosa carriera all’interno degli Studio e nell’ultima serie presentata dei Walt Disney Treasures, un cofanetto è completamente dedicato a Lei.

Nei video sono stati mantenuti anche i messaggi pubblicitari del tempo, sebbene Walt non fosse un fan della pubblicità, anzi. La sua opposizione alle continue interruzioni portò alla chiusura dello show dopo soli tre anni di episodi originali.





In the fall of 1955, just one year after his weekly "Disneyland" series met with positive reception, Disney tried his hand at a daily television show. That show was The Mickey Mouse Club, the lone television entry of Wave 4's Treasures. The Mickey Mouse Club began quite ambitiously as a one-hour variety show for children, to air on ABC at 5:00 each weekday afternoon.

Head Mouseketeer Jimmie Dodd was joined by more than a dozen charismatic kids (not child actors) who went by their real first names, which were printed on their Mouseketeer shirts. The first five episodes, having aired the week of October 3, 1955, are included in this 2-disc set. A pretty standard format emerges in the show's first week on the air. Each day has a different theme, from Monday's "Fun With Music Day" through Friday's "Talent Round-Up Day."

Every other day, the show would open up with the Mickey Mouse Newsreel, which was pretty much like the newsreels that once played in theaters, only focused on and targeted to children. The Newsreel covers 'local news' stories (such as profiles of individuals, events, or communities) on an international scale, and often looked at what was going on for the Disney Studio. Next, there would generally be entertainment from the set as the Mouseketeers would sing (Jimmie Dodd wrote a number of songs for the show), dance, or welcome a guest for some type of performance.

Following this would be a serial adventure, with a single storyline carried through the entire week in roughly 10-minute daily installments. The serial in these first shows is "What I Want To Be", a career-exploring journey for children that devotes its first week to being an airline pilot or hostess. Rounding out the episode (which without commercials, runs about 46-48 minutes) each day is a cartoon short from the "Treasure Mine", generally featuring Mickey Mouse or his peers Donald Duck, Goofy, or Pluto. After the "Mousekartoon", Jimmie Dodd would stand before his 12 young co-stars, hands in his pockets, and deliver a message of some kind, which often linked to some other Disney venture.

Stars would emerge out of the Mouseketeers, and indeed, the original cast included a 12-year-old girl named Annette. The world would come to know her, sometimes with her last name Funicello, in Disney films and a variety of beach-themed musical comedies.

This set keeps the brief sponsor messages intact, which mention familiar names like Coca-Cola, Betty Crocker, and Wheaties, as well as extinct products like TVTime Popcorn and Sugar Jets. Likewise, the commercial break transitions are retained, making reference to the ABC network the show aired on. (On a side note, Walt Disney was not a big fan of commercials. He considered constant interruptions "bad showmanship" and word is that his dislike of commercials led to the show's end after three seasons of original episodes.)







Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

2 dvd5 NTSC
Audio: ENG
Sottottitoli (Subtitles): English, Close Captioned


Tempo Totale di Riproduzione: 270 Minutes (4 ore, 30 minuti)


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

Subtitles: English; Closed Captioned

Originally Released Broadcast between October 3 and October 7, 1955


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Maltin presenta un’introduzione in cui chiarisce il significato dell’appuntamento giornaliero. Nonostante sia indirizzata al pubblico degli anni ’50, la serie rimane vitale mezzo secolo dopo, grazie ai personaggi dello show.


“Fun with Music Day ” (Monday, October 3, 1955) (46:05) – Questo è il primo episodio che introduce anche alla struttura dello show. Un inizio di 3 minuti con animazione (spesso con personaggi meno utilizzati come il Grillo parlante o Dumbo) è il prologo allo show. A seguire vengono proposte le Mickey Mouse Newsreel. Due Moschettieri partono con un indiano Seminole verso le Everglades in Florida. A Roma alcuni giovani italiani ballano e danzano in una versione di Cenerentola cantando "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" in italiano. Al termine vengono presentate alcune anticipazioni: "River Pirates" avventura di Davy Crockett, un’avventura di "Spin and Marty", ed un dietro le quinte dei Mouseketeers.

Dopo tutto questo vengono presentati alcuni balli dei Moschettieri, e due ulteriori numeri musicali, uno con animali da cortile e l’altro riguardante le scarpe.

Nella parte 1 di "What I Want To Be", l’agente speciale Alvy Moore cerca due ragazzini all’aeroporto per far loro conoscere la vita reale dei piloti ed hostess della TWA. Pat vorrebbe essere una hostess e Duncan, che dice di non avere tempo per giochi da ragazzi, vorrebbe essere essere un pilota.

Il primo Mousekartoon è “Pueblo Pluto”, del 1948. Dopo il cartone,il capo Moschettiere Jimmie Dodd spiega gli appuntamenti del Mickey mouse Club. Infine viene presentato un promo del Walt’s True Life Adventures: il Leone Africano.



“Guest Star Day” (Tuesday, October 4, 1955) (47:47) – La star della TV Inglese Sooty (un animatore di pupazzi) e il suo amico Harry Corbett fanno il loro debutto al Mickey Mouse Club.

Mantenendo fede alla caratteristica del giorno (Guest Star) il Mickey Mouse Club dà il benvenuto a Willy Boag, che discute riguardo alla nuova forma di psicologia basata sui differenti modi di convertire palloncini in animali. Gli aspetti dell’humor di Boag sono difficili per i ragazzi ma la sua capacità di preparare palloncini è fluida e cattura l’audience. Dopo una piccola interruzione, Boag ricomincia lo show con alcune variazioni e barzellette.

La seconda puntata di "What I Want To Be" riguarda una competizione di aerei ed un tour della TWA e dei suoi voli.

Il cartone presentato è "Mickey's Kangaroo". Successivamente, Jimmie parla della perseveranza di un marito ed una moglie entrambi cameramen che hanno filmato l’episodio “The African Lion”.



“Anything Can Happen Day” (Wednesday, October 5, 1955) (47:10) – Il mercoledì viene presentata la puntata "Anything Can Happen Day"! Si inizia con le Mickey Mouse Newsreel, tra cui spiccano un servizio sulle tribù africane, un ragazzino del Kentucky premiato per la sua fattoria e nominato "Mickey Mouse Club Boy of the Week" e un nuotatore di due soli anni.

Successivamente si susseguono performances di Jimmie ed i Moschettieri che usano oggetti comuni per suonare, ed una storia Hawaiana.

La parte 3 di "What I Want To Be" presenta una fase di addestramento di Pat e Duncan. Pat segue il corso da hostess, mentre Duncan accede alla torre di controllo ed impara nozioni sul controllo del traffico aereo.

Il cartone è "Mickey's Service Station". Jimmie incoraggia i bambini ad aiutare i loro genitori, ottenendo la possibilità di guardare l’episodio serale di Disneyland.




Treasures host Leonard Maltin aptly and concisely introduces us to this set (2:30). Maltin contextualizes The Mickey Mouse Club by recalling the significance of a one-hour daily children's program in a simpler age with much less media to choose from. He affirms that while it is firmly grounded in the values and attitudes of the 1950s, the series remains vital a half-century later due to the personalities of the show.

“Fun with Music Day ” (Monday, October 3, 1955) (46:05) – This very first Mickey Mouse Club episode sets up its structure. This episode and others begin with an elaborate three-minute animated opening, which features some early Disney film characters like Jiminy Cricket and Dumbo in addition to short stars like Mickey, Donald, Minnie, Pete, and The Three Little Pigs. The first segment is the Mickey Mouse Club newsreel. Like the rest of the program, this report is geared towards younger viewers. A couple of Mouseketeers take an airboat ride with a Seminole down in Everglades, Florida. In Rome, some Italian youths mix music with motion as they perform Cinderella's "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" in their native language on an amusement park ride. A roundup briefly shows some projects currently-in-production at the Disney studio including the Davy Crockett "River Pirates" adventures, "Spin and Marty", and a behind-the-scenes look at the Mouseketeers.

After this, there's some dancing and the Mouseketeers are introduced. Then, there are two silly musical numbers, one involving farm animal cut-outs and the other all about shoes.

Next, in Part 1 of the recurring "What I Want To Be" series, Mickey Mouse Club "special agent" Alvy Moore heads to an airport looking for a couple of kids to see what it's like to man a real life airplane flight on TWA. His search leads him to Pat, a girl who pretends to be an air hostess, and Duncan, who has "no time for kid games." Though very cheesy, this serial is the most entertaining sequence of the episode.

The first "Mousekartoon" out of the "Mickey Mouse Treasure Mine" is the 1948 short "Pueblo Pluto." These would always lose the opening credits (and color) when presented on the show. Following that, head Mouseketeer Jimmie Dodd explains the schedule that The Mickey Mouse Club will be following, telling viewers about some things they can look forward to and explaining each day's theme. After the end credits of this and every other episode for the week, there is a promo for Walt's True Life Adventure film, The African Lion.



“Guest Star Day” (Tuesday, October 4, 1955) (47:47) – As promised last time, England's TV stars Sooty (a hand puppet that I'm told is supposed to be a bear) and his "friend" Harry Corbett make their Mickey Mouse Club debut. They struggle to set up a miniature television set that was a gift from Mickey.

Next, living up to the name of the day, the Mickey Mouse Club welcomes "balloonologist" Wally Boag as their guest star. Boag discusses his new form of psychology based on different ways of blowing up balloons into animals. I doubt kids would get the sophisticated adult humor Boag prattles out, but his quick, fluid balloon work is sure to hold captive young audiences. After a break, Boag returns in front of a different group. This time, he plays bagpipes while continuing with his lighting-paced jokes.

The second installment of "What I Want To Be" catches up with Alvy Moore and his two new young friends. Alvy watches Duncan overcome conflict in a model airplane flying competition. Pat warns Alvy about Duncan's foe, who turns out to be not so bad. Not quite as entertaining as the first encounter, but it eventually leads us to the TWA flight tour that it's apparently all about.

In the cartoon short, "Mickey's Kangaroo", Mickey and Pluto get a package from Australia that makes things interesting. Afterwards, Jimmie talks about perseverance, which conveniently ties in to a husband-wife cameramen pair filming the wild for Disney's new feature The African Lion (which is again promoted after the credits).



“Anything Can Happen Day” (Wednesday, October 5, 1955) (47:10) – The middle of the week brings the unpredictability of "Anything Can Happen Day"! Like the first episode, this one opens with the Mickey Mouse Newsreel. The more interesting subjects include an African tribe, a Kentucky teenager awarded for his farming and named "Mickey Mouse Club Boy of the Week", and a two-year-old swimmer.

Next, Jimmie and the kids give a rollicking performance using objects like bottles and combs for musical instruments, and some mustachioed man comes in for a wacky Hawaiian story.

Part 3 of "What I Want To Be" has Alvy taking Duncan and Pat to the airport to get some training. While Pat is left on her own to fend in hostess school (the door reads "Women Only"), Duncan gets to go inside the control tower and learns what air traffic controllers do.

The cartoon is "Mickey's Service Station", in which the feisty Pete gives Mickey, Donald, and Goofy ten minutes to fix his car. In his closing message, Jimmie encourages children to help their parents tonight not out of magnanimity, but so that they can watch the night's "Disneyland" episode together.








Bonus Material

Come succede per gli episodi, anche i bonus sono presentati su entrmabi i dischi. Il disco 1 contiene due bonus. Il primo e più importnate dei due è "The Leader of the Club", un tributo di 9 minuti al capo Moschettiere Jimmie Dodd. Sei tra i Moschettieri originali (Sharon Baird, Bobby Burgess, Lonnie Burr, Doreen Tracey, Craig "Cubby" O'Brien, and Karen Pendleton) condividono con Leonard Maltin riflessioni riguardo a Jimmie, che morì nel 1964. Dodd viene ricordato come un grand’uomo ed una figura paterna per il cast. Esistono alcuni video di Dodd in vacanza ed alcune interviste che diede alla radio, inclusa una in cui ricorda il suo primo lavoro alla Disney, scrivere una canzone riguardo ad una matita.

Sul Disco 1 si trovano anche tre Gallerie. "Inside the Clubhouse" contiene per lo più materiale in bianco e nero, foto del cast sul set o dietro le quinte (54 foto). "Spreading the Word: Mouseke-Promotion" pubblicità e gadget relative al programma (17 foto). "Sketching the Ideas" contiene 9 foto che sepcificano il design grafico dello show.



Bonus Material


Like the episodes, the bonus features are split across the two discs. Disc 1 contains two supplemental offerings. First and foremost is "The Leader of the Club", a 9-minute tribute to head Mouseketeer Jimmie Dodd. Six of the original Mouseketeer kids (Sharon Baird, Bobby Burgess, Lonnie Burr, Doreen Tracey, Craig "Cubby" O'Brien, and Karen Pendleton) share their reflections on Jimmie, who died in 1964, with Leonard Maltin. Dodd is remembered as a great man and a father figure to the cast, who remained grateful for his opportunities with Disney. There's some archival home video footage of Dodd on vacations, and some radio clips of interviews he gave, including one where he recalls his first job at Disney, writing a song about the pencil.

Also on Disc 1 are three Galleries. "Inside the Clubhouse" contains mostly black-and-white still photos of the cast on the set or behind-the-scenes (54 stills). "Spreading the Word: Mouseke-Promotion" showcases ads and merchandising connected to the program (17 stills). "Sketching the Ideas" houses 9 stills that conceptualize the graphic design of the show.



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DISCO 2





Il secondo disco si apre con un’altra introduzione di Maltin, in cui egli spiega i diversi significati degli episodi giornalieri.


“Circus Day” (Thursday, October 6, 1955) (46:02) – Il quarto episodio si apre con un corto animato del Grillo Saggio: "I'm No Fool With a Bicycle." Come altri corti della serie "I'm No Fool", Il Grillo Saggio spiega saggiamente le cose, ricorrendo talvolta alla canzone. Il soggetto è ovviamente la bicicletta ed il Grillo spiega il modo di guidare la bici se volete vivere, 23, 33…. 103 anni. Egli spiega anche i modi sbagliati di guidare una bicicletta e che cosa capita in questi casi.

Successivamente i Moschettieri si esibiscono in numeri acrobatici con artisti del Circo DeWayne e dopo viene presentata la quarta puntata di "What I Want To Be", in cui Pat apprende tutto quanto serve per diventare una hostess. Duncan invece impara quale uso fanno i piloti delle informazioni riguardo alle previsioni atmosferiche per pianificare i voli.

Il cartone di questa puntata è "The Wise Little Hen". Jimmie parla di come la nave da fiume ”Mark Twain” a Disnyeland gli ricorda la sua età di bambino.


“Talent Round-Up Day” (Friday, October 6, 1955) (47:35) – Le Mickey Mouse Newsreel aprono lo show e riguardano pugili di 8 anni , piccolo giocatori di baseball che ottengono consigli dai New York Giants ed alcuni arrampicatori.

Sul set, un bambino di nome Larry Ashurst suona la tromba e viene nominato “Moschettiere Onorario”. Successivamente Il Moschettiere Cubby O’Brien suona la batteria con il fratello ed il padre, in modo notevole.

Nella parte 5 di "What I Want To Be" Pat ottiene i gradi di hostess. Alvy Moore promette altre cose per domani, il che vuol dire che la serie continuò la settimana successiva.

Il cartone presentato è "Two-Gun Mickey". Jimmie incoraggia i bambini a sorridere alla gente come in uno specchio.



The second disc opens with another introduction from Maltin (2:03), in which he talks about the different days of the week for the show and their significance.


“Circus Day” (Thursday, October 6, 1955) (46:02) – This fourth episode opens with the Jiminy Cricket short "I'm No Fool With a Bicycle." Like the other shorts in the "I'm No Fool" series, Jiminy imparts wisdom here, occasionally resorting to song.
The subject is obviously the bicycle, and Jiminy tells you the right way to ride one if you want to live to be 23, 33, 103... He also tells you about the way a fool rides a bicycle and what happens to him. This short is a definite highlight of the set, and it's the first time it's available on DVD in the US.

Next, the Mouseketeers join in on some fun-spirited acrobatics with the DeWayne Circus Troupe. These hijinks are followed up by the fourth installment of "What I Want To Be", which has Pat learning about all the work that goes into being an airline hostess. (There's lots of bending!) She has second thoughts when she learns that to be a hostess, she'd have to have her pigtails cut. Then, Duncan learns about how pilots use information about the weather to plan their flights.

This episode's "Mousekartoon" is the charming short "The Wise Little Hen", which is noteworthy for containing the very first appearance of Donald Duck. In his closing message, Jimmie talks about the way riding the Mark Twain riverboat at Disneyland reminded of his childhood, and how his youthful experiences were most satisfying when he paid his own way. So, he encourages kids to earn some money and treat themselves.


“Talent Round-Up Day” (Friday, October 6, 1955) (47:35) – The Mickey Mouse Newsreel opens the show and looks at 8-year-old boxers (including one whose trunks just won't stay up), a bunch of Little Leaguers who get baseball tips from the New York Giants, and some mountain climbers.

On the set, a boy named Larry Ashurst plays the trumpet and is named the first "Honorary Mouseketeer." Then, regular Mouseketeer Cubby O'Brien plays drums with his brother and father, and they put on quite an impressive show. Like Larry, the O'Brien trio are promised a Mouseke-treasure later.

Next is Part 5 of the "What I Want To Be" serial, in which Pat takes her final hostess test and gets her wings. I wrongly assumed the end of the week would mean the end of this set of stories, but Alvy Moore promises more "tomorrow", which must mean it continued through the following week.

The "Mousekartoon" presented is "Two-Gun Mickey" which has Mickey and Minnie doing battle with (who else?) Peg-leg Pete in the Old West. In his talk following this, Jimmie encourages children to smile at people so that like a mirror, they'll see a smile right back, and then, the aforementioned Mouseke-Treasure is unveiled.








Bonus Features

Il Disco 2 contiene 3 bonus, ma nessun’altra Galleria.

L’extra più interessante è "Mouseke-Memories" (14:25) che riunisce sei tra i Moschettieri originali (già presenti in "The Leader of the Club"). Essi ricordano come entrarono nel cast, l’atmosfera competitive dello show, il coinvolgimento personale di Walt Disney nella serie, il "Mooseketeer" Roy Williams, i fans che li hanno seguiti nelle riunioni e nei Disneyland shows, ed Annette Funicello. Questa breve featurette di tipo retrospettivo è qualcosa di simile allo show stesso. Anche Leonard Maltin viene nominato "Honorary Mouseketeer" e canta la canzone conclusive.

Tre mesi prima della trasmissione del The Mickey Mouse Club il gruppo dei Moschettieri fece un’apparizione a Disneyland per celebrare l’apertura del pacro a tema. "The Mouseketeers Debut at Disneyland" (3:10) è un video in bianco e nero arricchito da spezzoni a colori delle prove, recentemente riscoperti.

Infine la "Opening Sequence in Color" (3:00) presenta l’elaborata animazione a colori che venne creata. La breve introduzione di Leonard Maltin spiega che anche se lo show venne trasmesso in bianco e nero, Walt pensò in grande e decise di crearli a colori. E’ interessante da vedere ed è una gemma assolutamente da includere nel cofanetto.



Bonus Features

Disc 2 contains three additional bonus features, but no additional "Still Frame Galleries" that are mentioned in the insert booklet.

In the most substantial extra on the set, "Mouseke-Memories" (14:25) reunites six of the original Mouseketeers (seen earlier in "The Leader of the Club"). They recall how they got cast, the somewhat competitive atmosphere of the show, Walt Disney's personal involvement on the series, "Mooseketeer" Roy Williams, the fans that have followed them through reunions and Disneyland shows, and Annette Funicello. This somewhat brief retrospective featurette is kind of like The Mickey Mouse Club itself -- entertaining and a bit hokey. The latter can be seen when the Mouseketeers make interviewer Leonard Maltin an "Honorary Mouseketeer" and sing their closing song. In any event, I'm glad that Maltin and Disney made the effort to catch up with some of the kids from the show for this standout bonus.

Three months before The Mickey Mouse Club first aired, the gang of Mouseketeers made an appearance at Disneyland to celebrate the opening of Walt's theme park. "The Mouseketeers Debut at Disneyland" (3:10) edits together black and white footage from that live television broadcast with newly-discovered rehearsal clips in color, bringing to life the Club's debut musical performance.

Lastly, there is the "Opening Sequence in Color" (3:00) which presents the inspired and elaborate opening animation in full color as it was created. The brief introduction from Leonard Maltin explains that even if the show would only air in black and white, Walt thought ahead and decided to create them in color. It's interesting to see and an appropriate inclusion. (The different days of the week were uncovered in color for last spring's Mickey Mouse in Living Color Volume 2.)


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- Do you want to know whether this release was already adopted by any Babysitter? Then, click here!
- No more seed available...., and you want to download this release, do you? And this one never adopted.... Then, read This manual! (only in Italian... sorry use google to translate)

Visit http://www.tntvillage.scambioetico.org/

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