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Name:Walt Disney Treasures The Complete Goofy [2 DVD5 ENG Sub ENG][Tntvillage Scambioetico]

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Fin dagli inizi, bnen 70 anni fa, Pippo è diventato uno dei più amati persoanggi del mondo animato ed è stato votato nella Disney “Golden Ears” del 2005 (l’Oscar “interno agli Studios….. Le Orecchie d’Oro… di Topolino, s’intende!) come il personaggio nel quale la gente si riconosce di più. Come il suo predecessore Topolino, anche Pippo è molto mutato nel corso degli anni, con cambiamenti continui. Nel 1932 debutta in “Mickey’s Revue”, con il nome di Dippy Dawg, che spesso risponde alla domanda: Che cosa è goffo, impacciato ? (traduzione di Goofy!). Come animale, si tratta di un cane, comunque, diversamente da Pluto, Pippo è stato antropomorfizzato, per cui cammina su due gambe, veste abiti e conduce una vita per così dire… umana, come Paperino e Topolino. La sua tipica risata lo ha molto aiutato a risaltare sui molteplici personaggi coinvolti genericamente nelle storie, anche se si immedesima con loro, nei primi cartoni ambientati in un cortile, creati dal grande disegnatore/animatore/clown Pinto Colvig. Pippo diventò subito una star e venne velocemente coinvolto nelle storie delle altre star Disney, ad esempio in “Clock Cleaners” e “Lonesome Ghosts.”

Nonostante il nome ufficiale degli esordi, Dippy Dawg, per lo staff Disney fu sempre “The Goof” (l’imbranato, il pasticcione, il distratto…..). Ha dimostrato questa sua natura diventando spesso vittima di oggetti inanimati come un piano nel corto “Moving Day” del 1936, e nei corti, Pippo continua imperterrito nella ricerca di fare ciò che deve, con metodi sempre più improbabili, finchè, spesso…. in qualche modo risolve la situazione….!
Purtroppo, per discordanze di opinioni tra Walt e Colvig, quest’ultimo lasciò gli Studio dopo la produzione di Biancaneve, nel quale aveva interpretato vocalmente due personaggi, per andare a lavorare con il rivale di Walt, Max Fleischer. Vennero assoldati altri attori per replicare la voce di Colvig e si riutilizzarono persino alcune tracce audio, ma le cose non erano più le stesse. Caso volle che gli attriti si appianassero, e così nel 1942, Colvig tornò negli Studio facendo la fortuna di Pippo.

Mentre gli scrittori erano in difficoltà nel trovare nuove idee per Topolino, il nostro Topo fu un pochino lasciato da parte alla fine degli anni ’30 e venne egregiamente sostituito sulla scena da Pippo e Paperino, finchè Pippo ottenne il ruolo di prima grandezza con il primo corto da protagonista indiscusso “Goofy and Wilbur.” Un segno distintivo dei cartoni di Pippo è l’uso della farsa e della pantomima. In alcuni cartoni Pippo potrebbe non parlare e la storia andrebbe avanti lo stesso, caratterizzata dalla sua mimica inconfondibile. “Goofy’s Glider” del 1942 venne concepito come episodio caratterizzato dalla narrazione ed è diventato il capostipite degli “How to” ossia dei “Come….” (pescare, andare a cavallo….etc.). L’esplorazione delle situazioni in cui Pippo tenta di imparare qualcosa in un certo settore, fa scoprire una miniera di azioni veloci, realizzazioni fanciullesche, ed impegni, gags, auto-ironia e tutto quello che Pippo può inventarsi in un certo aspetto della vita comune. “Hockey Homicide” è l’ultimo esempio di questa serie fortunatissima. In molti di questi Pippo non rappresenta se stesso quanto un uomo comune in un mondo in cui tutti siamo un Pippo….. (quant’è vero a volte…. Pensiamoci!)



Since his introduction more than 70 years ago, Goofy has become one of the most recognized and loved characters of the animated world, being voted in 2005 in Disney's “Golden Ears” survey as the character most people identify with. Yet like his predecessor Mickey Mouse, Goofy has not remained the same all these years; he has undergone countless changes. In his 1932 debut “Mickey’s Revue”, he first appeared with the name Dippy Dawg, which answers a frequently-asked question, “What is Goofy?” He is a dog, however unlike Pluto, Goofy was granted the anthropomorphic features of walking on two legs, wearing clothes and partaking in “human” activities, like his fellow stars Mickey and Donald. It was his
laugh which helped Goofy stand out from the other generic background characters – although it is his yell which many identify with - in the early barnyard shorts, provided by one-time clown Pinto Colvig. Goofy became an instant star and was promoted to appearing alongside Mickey and Donald on many occasions in such classic 1930s shorts as “Clock Cleaners” and “Lonesome Ghosts.”

Despite initially having the official title of Dippy Dawg, to the Disney staff he was always “The Goof.” He demonstrated his Goofy nature by falling victim usually to inanimate objects such as the piano in the 1936 short “Moving Day”, and the shorts would always progress with Goofy trying method after method to achieve his goal, with the methods growing increasingly more farcical. However, due to argument between Walt and Colvig, Colvig left the studio after the production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – for which he had provided two voices – and went to work for Walt’s rival Max Fleischer. Other actors were hired to replicate Colvig’s voice and audio tracks were reused, but it was not the same without him and eventually in 1942 Colvig came back to the Disney studio for good.

As the writers began failing to think of ways to make Mickey fresh, the mouse gradually became eclipsed during the late 1930s by Donald and Goofy, and so in 1939 Goofy was granted his first solo project, “Goofy and Wilbur.” A trademark of the Goofy cartoons, more so than even Donald Duck's shorts, was their use of slapstick and pantomime. In some cartoons, Goofy would not speak and the story progressed from his frustration at the situation, as illustrated by his numerous facial expressions. Goofy’s actions in 1942’s “Goofy’s Glider” were set to narration and became what was the first "how to" short. Exploring Goofy’s attempts to master a given field, the "how to" shorts were a minefield of slapstick, quick action, fanciful designs and endeavors, sight gags, in-jokes, puns and anything else that those involved with the shorts decided to throw in. The ultimate example of this class is 1946’s “Hockey Homicide”, which could easily be described with the word "frenzied." Many of these shorts often featured not one Goofy as we know him, but a whole world filled with Goofys of all shapes and sizes.




Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

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


Contenuti:

Disco 1:

Cortometraggi


1939: Goofy and Wilbur; 1940: Goofy's Glider;
1941: Baggage Buster, The Art of Skiing, The Art of Self-Defense;
1942: How to Play Baseball, The Olympic Champ, How to Swim, How to Fish;
1943: Victory Vehicles; 1944: How to Be a Sailor, How to Play Golf, How to Play Football;
1945: Tiger Trouble, African Diary, Californy 'er Bust;
1946: Hockey Homicide, A Knight for a Day;
1947: Double Dribble, Foul Hunting;
1948: They're Off, The Big Wash

Bonus Material: "The Essential Goof", "Pinto Colvig: The Man Behind the Goof"



Disco 2:


Cortometraggi


1947: Tennis Racquet;
1948: Goofy Gymnastics;
1950: Motor Mania, Hold That Pose!;
1951: Lion Down, Home Made Home, Cold War, Tomorrow We Diet, Get Rich Quick, Fathers are People, No Smoking
1952: Father's Lion, Hello, Aloha, Man's Best Friend, Two-Gun Goofy, Teachers are People, Two Weeks Vacation, How to Be a Detective;
1953: Father's Day Off, For Whom the Bull Tolls, Father's Week End, How to Dance, How to Sleep;
1961: Aquamania

Bonus Material: "A Conversation with Bill Farmer", Galleries


Tempo Totale di RiProduction: 326 Minutes (5 ore, 26 minuti)

1.33:1 Fullscreen (Original Ratio) / Dolby Digital Mono
Originally Released between 1939 and 1961


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DISCO 1

Il disco 1 si apre con un’introduzione di Leonard Maltin (2:17) che ci presenta un Pippo assolutamente adorabile, dandoci uno scorcio sull’evoluzione del personaggio e ci informa sui contenuti del cofanetto.


Disc One opens with an introduction by Leonard Maltin (2:17) where he introduces us to the loveable Goofy, gives us a glimpse at the character's evolution and informs of what we will see on this set. This clip can also be selected from the main menu. The shorts can be accessed either in chronological or alphabetical order, although disappointingly, no "Play All" option is provided.




I cortometraggi:

Goofy and Wilbur (1939) (8:08)

Goofy’s Glider (1940) (7:59)

Baggage Buster (1941) (7:33)


The Art of Skiing (1941) (7:59)

The Art of Self-Defense (1941) (7:51)

How to Play Baseball (1942) (8:03)

The Olympic Champ (1942) (7:03)


How to Swim (1942) (7:37)

How to Fish (1942) (7:18)

Victory Vehicles (1943) (9:41 with introduction by Leonard Maltin)

How to Be a Sailor (1944) (7:08)


How to Play Golf (1944) (7:42)

How to Play Football (1944) (7:40)

Tiger Trouble (1945) (7:43)

African Diary (1945) (7:06)


Californy ‘er Bust (1945) (7:41 plus introduction by Leonard Maltin)

Hockey Homicide (1946) (7:44)

A Knight for a Day (1946) (7:07)


Double Dribble (1947) (7:20)

Foul Hunting (1947) (6:13)

They’re Off (1948) (6:38)

The Big Wash (1948) (7:26)




BONUS FEATURES
"The Essential Goof" (6:31) Il primo dei due Bonus del Disco 1 è un corto dal titolo “The Essential Goof” (6:31). La determinazione di Walt e del suo staff di conferire al personaggio un fascino ed una personalità e, quasi, di farlo “vivere” è cosa ben nota. Art Babbitt che animò il Grande Lupo Cattivo ne “I Tre Porcellini” si preoccupò così tanto del carattere di Pippo che fece intere sedute di presentazione allo staff di animazione spiegando come Pippo doveva essere trattato, per ottenere i giusti risultati. Un estratto di queste presentazioni è riportato in questo Bonus.

"Pinto Colvig: The Man Behind the Goof"(5:33) Il secondo Bonus del Disco 1 è una breve Biography dell’uomo che a Pippo consacrò la sua voce, intitolata “Pinto Colvig: The Man Behind the Goof” (5:33). Leonard Maltin traccia la storia della vita di Colvig, partendo dai suoi vaiggi attraverso il paese fino al suo reclutamento negli Studio. Colvig era un attore, specializzato nelle gag, e fornì la voce al Porcellino giudizioso (Gimmi) ne “I Tre Porcellini” e Brontolo e Pisolo in Biancaneve.

BONUS
"The Essential Goof" (6:31) The first of two bonus features to be found on Disc 1 is a short piece titled “The Essential Goof” (6:31). The determination of Walt and the staff at the Disney studios to give their characters charm and personality and to bring them to life is well known. Art Babbitt, who had animated the Big Bad Wolf in “The Three Little Pigs”, cared so much for Goofy’s character that he lectured the animation staff on how the Goof should be correctly handled, detailing his precise personality and his outlook on life. Babbitt also described the specific ways in which the animation of Goofy should be approached. An extract of that lecture is presented here.


"Pinto Colvig: The Man Behind the Goof"(5:33)The second feature on Disc 1 is a brief biography of the man who provided Goofy with that unmistakable voice entitled “Pinto Colvig: The Man Behind the Goof” (5:33). Narrated by Leonard Maltin, Pinto Colvig’s life story is briefly presented from his early days travelling the country as a performer to his arrival at the Disney studios in 1930. Colvig worked as a gag man and provided many characters with voices including the Practical Pig in “The Three Little Pigs” and Grumpy and Sleepy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. His departure to the Fleischer studios in Miami is also looked at, before his return to Disney in 1941, where he remained providing the voice of Goofy until he retired.


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DISCO 2


Leonard Maltin introduce il Disco 2 informandoci sulla trasfromazione del personaggio. Pippo diventa un uomo qualunque, venendo segnalato in alcuni corti come George G. Geef, uomo che ha a che fare con lo stress da lavoro, bambini, matrimonio ed ogni aspetto della vita comune. Questi corti hYears molto in comune con gli “How to…..”. Solamente essi sono riportati in ambito famigliare.

As Leonard informs us in his introduction (1.59), Disc 2 opens a transformation. Goofy became an "everyman", appearing in a number of shorts as George G. Geef, a man who has to cope with the stresses of work, children, marriage and life in general. Many of these shorts retain the same feeling of the earlier "how to" shorts, only within the framework of Goofy as a family man.



I cortometraggi:


Tennis Racquet (1947) (7:00)

Goofy Gymnastics (1948) (6:34)

Motor Mania (1950) (6:41)

Hold That Pose! (1950) (6:54)


Lion Down (1951) (6:35)

Home Made Home (1951) (6:35)

Cold War (1951) (6:49)

Tomorrow We Diet (1951) (6:44)


Get Rich Quick (1951) (6:32 with "1934" introduction card)

Fathers are People (1951) (7:08)

No Smoking (1951) (6:29)

Father’s Lion (1952) (6:50)


Hello, Aloha (1952) (6:35)

Man’s Best Friend (1952) (6:28)

Two-Gun Goofy (1952) (6:35)

Teachers Are People (1952) (7:07 with introduction by Leonard Maltin)


Two Weeks Vacation (1952) (6:23)

How to Be a Detective (1952) (6:59)

Father’s Day Off (1953) (6:56)

For Whom the Bulls Toil (1953) (8:06 with introduction by Leonard Maltin)


Father’s Week End(1953) (6:44)

How to Dance (1953) (6:21)

How to Sleep (1953) (6:43)

Aquamania (1961) (8:38)






BONUS FEATURES
"A Conversation with Bill Farmer" (13.54) Il primo Bonus del Disco 2 è intitolato “A Conversation with Bill Farmer” (13:54), in cui viene presentata l’attuale voce di Pippo, Bill Farmer. Secondo l’amministratore delegato di Disney, M. Eisner, Pippo doveva continuare ad avere una voce famigliare. Farmer discute gli aspetti che lo hYears portato nel ruolo di voce di Pippo e di come questa operazione sia sempre piena di sfumature.


"Galleria di Poster" La galleria di Poster contiene 37 fermi imagine dei Poster originali di vari corti di Pippo. Sono tutte immagini a colori e 15 di esse sono commentate da Maltin e Farmer.

"Memorabilia Gallery" Una galleria di merchandising e fumetti, correlate a Pippo contiene 13 immagini, 5 delle quali con commento audio

"Goofy Through the Years Gallery"“Pippo nel Corso degli Anni” conduce a un sottomenu in cui si possono scegliere 8 anni della carriera di Pippo. Si tratta di una galleria di 172 immagini che vYears dai disegni a matita, ai disegni sul celluloide ed agli sfondi. Alcune sono commentate in audio.



BONUS FEATURES

"A Conversation with Bill Farmer" (13.54)The first of the bonus features found on disc 2 is “A Conversation with Bill Farmer” (13:54), the man who now provides Goofy’s voice. Leonard Maltin interviews Farmer discussing his career and his affinity to do impressions, a few of which he demonstrates. Farmer reveals how it was Michael Eisner’s insistence that the characters retained a familiar sounding voice, and so the search was launched to find someone able to provide one for the Dippy Dawg. Out of hundreds of hopefuls, Bill Farmer secured the job.

"Poster Gallery"The poster gallery contains 37 still images of the original posters from various Goofy shorts. All are in full color and 15 contain audio commentaries by Leonard Maltin or Bill Farmer.

"Memorabilia Gallery" Next up is a memorabilia gallery which contains 13 still images, 5 of which with an audio commentary. The images depict the various Goofy merchandise available, ranging from comic books to records.

"Goofy Through the Years Gallery"Finally is the “Goofy Through the Years Gallery”, which leads to a sub menu from which 8 years of Goofy’s career can be selected. In total there are 172 still images which range from pencil drawings, to cel set ups and backgrounds. Again many feature audio.

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