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Le Silly Symphonies sono una serie di brevi cartoni animati, basati su tema musicale, la cui produzione è iniziata nel lontano 1929 ed è terminata al termine del 1939. Il capo dei compositori musicali dei Disney Studio, Carl Stalling (che più tardi raggiungerà la fama come compositore principale dei Looney Tunes della Warner Bros.) cominciò a confezionare musiche adatte a situazioni pre-determinate come succede per gli story-boards, e le loro gag di animazione.
Stalling, tuttavia, affrontò e diffuse il concetto dell’animazione come azione che si sviluppa secondo il flusso musicale. Garzie a ciò, Walt ha potuto produrre una linea di cartoni unici, indipendenti tra loro, e tuttavia accomunati da questo principio base, che vYears sotto il nome di Silly Symphonies. Normalmente questi cartoni erano nati e sfruttati come “traino” al film principale nei cinema dell’epoca, come già succedeva per le clip dedicate alle news (in Italia, ricordiamo la “Settimana Incom”) e non presentano personaggi famosi come Topolino e inizialmente questo fatto rallentò la distribuzione. Questi shorts trovarono, per fortuna, il successo grazie al pubblico; anche notevole talvolta, come è il caso emblematico dei Tre Porcellini, che giunsero all’Oscar……

Le Symphonies furono anche sviluppate con un altro obiettivo in mente, ben più ambizioso: essere un campo di addestramento per i giovani e primi animatori Disney, per sperimentare i nuovi concetti e tecnologie, come il Technicolor, l’uso di linee aggiuntive per indicare l’accelerazione, la cinepresa multipiano e molte altre. Questi cartoni sono stati una risorsa incalcolabile ed una esperienza di apprendimento per l’intero staff, specialmente prima della produzione del primo lungometraggio di animazione, Biancaneve e i Sette Nani. Ironicamente, il successo di Biancaneve fece modificare l’atteggiamento degli Studio verso le Silly Symphonies che poco per volta vennero limitate e abbandonate, poiché i lungometraggi divennero i veri obiettivi. I cartonbi che erano serviti per uno scopo tecnico furono abbandonati due anni dopo l’apparizione della “Principessa”.

The Silly Symphonies were a series of musically-themed animated shorts that launched in 1929 and ended exactly ten years later in 1939. Disney's chief composer Carl Stalling (who would later reach even greater fame as the main Looney Tunes composer for Warner Bros.) began to grow weary of writing music to match the pre-determined action and gags of the animation in his early shorts. Stalling prompted the concept of animation dictated by the flow of music instead. With this, Walt eventually produced a line of unique, unrelated animated shorts known as the Silly Symphonies. Shown before the feature film along with newsreels and serials, the Symphonies did not feature known cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse and the concept was a slow start with Walt's distributor at the time. Eventually, though, the shorts found success with the public; even egregious popularity, as was the case with Three Little Pigs.

The Symphonies were also developed with another purpose in mind - as a "training ground" for early Disney animators to experiment with new concepts and techniques such as the Technicolor process, speed lines to indicate acceleration, the multiplane camera, and much more. These shorts proved to be a valuable resource and learning experience for the studio staff,
especially before the production of their first feature-length animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Ironically, Snow White's success caused the eventual retirement of the Symphony shorts; as animated feature films became the future of the studio, the shorts that had served their technical purpose were ended two years after the arrival of the ebony-haired princess.



Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

2 dvd5 PAL
Audio: ITA - ENG
Sottottitoli (Subtitles): English, Italian, German, French, Spanish


Contenuti:

Disco 1:

Cortometraggi

1931: Mother Goose Melodies
1932: Babes in the Woods
1933: Lullaby Land, Three Little Pigs
1934: The Wise Little Hen, The Big Bad Wolf, The Flying Mouse, Three Little Wolves, The Grasshopper and the Ants
1935: The Golden Touch, The Robber Kitten, The Tortoise and the Hare, Water Babies, Who Killed Cock Robin?
1936: Elmer Elephant, The Country Cousin, Toby Tortoise Returns
1938: Wynken, Blynken and Nod
1939: The Practical Pig


Disco 2:


Cortometraggi


1929: The Skeleton Dance
1931: The China Plate, Egyptian Melodies, Birds of a Feather, The Busy Beavers, The Ugly Duckling
1932: Flowers and Trees, Just Dogs
1933: Father Noah's Ark;
1934: Funny Little Bunnies, Peculiar Penguins
1935: The Cookie Carnival, Music Land
1936: Mother Pluto
1937: The Old Mill, Woodland Café
1938: Farmyard Symphony
1939: Ugly Duckling

Bonus Material: "The Song of the Silly Symphonies", "Silly Symphonies Souvenirs", Galleries, "Leonard's Picks"; Easter Eggs


Tempo Totale di RiProduction: 342 Minutes (5 ore, 42 minuti)
Disco 1: 165 minuti (153 - cortometraggi, 12 - introduzioni)

Disco 2: 177 minuti (141 - cortometraggi, 7 - introduzioni, 29 - extra)

1.33:1 Fullscreen (Original Ratio) / Dolby Digital Mono
Originally Released between 1935 and 1938


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DISCO 1

Sebbene alcune Symphonies siano apparse all’interno di Disney DVD, come extra, il secondo volume riprenderà i cartoni rimanenti e li presenterà in forma restaurata ed esente da censura. I 37 cartoni qui disponibili non sono quindi solo un assaggio….. Questo cofanetto si presenta piuttosto come una forma di compilation dei “best of”.

Although several Symphonies have made scattered appearances as extra features on subsequent Disney DVD releases, the slated second volume would, hopefully, gather the remaining cartoons together and present them in their full, restored, uncensored form. The 37 available shorts are nothing to sniff at, themselves. An elaborate form of a "best of" compilation, the set features several landmark and critically-acclaimed Symphonies, such as The Skeleton Dance, The Old Mill, Three Little Pigs, and the 1939 Ugly Duckling, the last Symphony produced.




I cortometraggi:



Mother Goose Melodies (1931) (8:11)

Babes in the Woods (1932) (7:42)

Lullaby Land (1933) (7:24)

Three Little Pigs (1933) (8:42)


The Wise Little Hen (1934) (7:41)

The Big Bad Wolf (1934) (9:22)

The Flying Mouse (1934) (9:19)


Three Little Wolves (1934) (9:21)

The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934) (8:25)

The Golden Touch (1935) (10:03)

The Robber Kitten (1935) (7:47)


The Tortoise and the Hare (1935) (8:37)

Water Babies (1935) (8:14)

Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935) (8:30)

Elmer Elephant (1936) (8:30)


The Country Cousin (1936) (9:16)

Toby Tortoise Returns (1936) (7:29)

Wynken, Blynken, and Nod (1938) (8:18)

The Practical Pig (1939) (8:22)



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Nel secondo disco, i cartoni sono offerti nel menu “Natura sullo Schermo”, o nel ritmico “Accento sulla Musica”, che presenta i cartoni più influenzati dalla musica e/o simili a Fantasia. In base a immagini dei menu e presenti nelle Gallerie del disco 2, sembra che altri cartoni fossero stati considerati adatti ad essere inclusi nel DVD.

On this second disc, shorts are offered in a flora-and-fauna themed "Nature On Screen" menu, or the rhythmic "Accent On Music," which features shorts that are more musically influenced and Fantasia-like than other Symphonies. Interestingly, from the evidence shown on the menu images and the "Galleries" section of disc 2, it seems there may have been other shorts planned for inclusion on the set but, but inexplicably dropped - most notably The Goddess of Spring, which did show up earlier on the Platinum Edition of Snow White. Others include Cock of the Walk, Merbabies, and The Pied Piper. There is little worry that these shorts will make it to the eventual second volume of the Silly Symphonies.



I cortometraggi:


The Skeleton Dance (1929) (5:32)

The China Plate (1931) (9:33)

Egyptian Melodies (1931) (6:20)

Birds of a Feather (1931) (8:05)


The Busy Beavers (1931) (7:06)

The Ugly Duckling (1931) (6:44)

Flowers and Trees (1932) (7:49)

Just Dogs (1932) (7:13)


Father Noah's Ark (1933) (8:25)

Funny Little Bunnies (1934) (7:09)

Peculiar Penguins (1934) (9:34)



Cookie Carnival (1935) (8:01)

Music Land (1935) (9:34)

Mother Pluto (1936) (8:36)

The Old Mill (1936) (8:56)


Woodland Café (1936) (7:38)

Farmyard Symphony (1938) (8:06)

Ugly Duckling (1939) (8:59)



BONUS
Si trovano tutti nel Disco 2.

La “Canzone delle Silly Symphonies” (11:42) è una bella intervista tra Leonard Maltin ed il famoso musicista Richard Sherman; viene evidenziato l’orecchio musicale di Disney e la sua percezione delle emozioni suscitate dalla musica. Il punto essenziale è comunque la descrizione creativa della musica e dell’ispirazione dei suoi compositori.

Silly Symphonies Souvenirs (17:24) è una seconda intervista di Leonard Maltin con il fondatore degli Archivi Disney, Dave Smith. La discussione si apre sulla enorme quantità di merchandising prodotto a ruota di alcuni di questi cartoni. Questo materiale ha reso ancora più “memorabili” alcuni di questi shorts, uno per tutti, “I Tre Porcellini”.

Le Gallerie presentano disegni di concetto, test a matita e materiale promozionale fatto per le Silly Symphonies. Grazie a poster, fumetti e annunci su riviste si rilòeva quale fosse la popolarità di una nuova storia delle Symphonies. Comunque bastava andare al cinema più vicino per capire quale fama le Symphonies stavano raggiungendo.

Uova di Pasqua:

Su 19 cartoni, nel Disco 1 ne compaiono direttamente accessibili solo 14, visibili in “Fiabe e Favole” e “Personaggi preferiti”. Gli altri cartoni mancanti sono accessibili come Easter Eggs. Questa politica è un po’ fuorviante, poiché rischia di privare l’utenza di alcuni tra i cartoni più belli.
La sezione “Play all” ne mostra in sequenza 17 eccetto “Who Killed Cock Robin?” La selezione di Leonard, permette di accedere a “The Grasshopper and the Ants” (La cavalletta e le formiche) e “Winken, Blynken, and Nod” con piccole introduzioni di Walt.

Nel disco 2, su 18 ncartoni 18 sono accessibili, eccetto “Farmyard Symphony” (La sinfonia del cortile). La selezione “Play all” ne presenta solo 16, poiché, per errore, “Woodland Café”, non è stato selezionato durante l’authoring del disco (cosa verificata su più copie originali separate). Dopo i cartoni due “featurette” vengono presentate in modo automatico.

Ora andiamo a caccia dei cartoni nascosti:

Nel disco 1:

1) Dal menu principale selezionare la “S” di "Symphonies" e si accede alla presentazione da parte di Walt di “The Grasshopper and the Ants”, seguita dal cartone.

2) Nel menu “Fiabe e Favole” selezionare la spada del gatto ladruncolo. Si accede ad una presentazione di Walt del cartone “Water Babies”, seguita dal cartone.

3) Nel menu “Personaggi preferiti” selezionare il pulcino più in alto, in centro. Si accede ad una presentazione di Walt del cartone “Who Killed Cock Robin?”, seguita dal cartone.

4) Nel menu “La selezione di Leonard” selezionare la parola Leonard. Si accede ad una presentazione di Walt del cartone “Wynken, Blynken, and Nod”, seguita dal cartone.

5) Nel menu dei sottotitoli (attenzione: entrare a selezionare i sottotitoli!) si può selezionare il bimbo solitario, più a sinistra. Si accede ad una presentazione di Walt del cartone “The Practical Pig” e del successo dei Tre Porcellini, seguita dal cartone.


Nel disco 2:

1) Nel menu “Natura sullo schermo”, selezionare i volti delle due conigliette. Appare una stella su cui si deve cliccare. Walt ci presenta l’utilizzo e lo studio degli effetti speciali per il cartone “The Old Mill” ed il primo lungometraggio dell’epoca, “Biancaneve e i Sette nani”. The Old Mill segue le clip.

2) Nel menu “L’accento sulla musica” selezionare il cappello sul sassofono. Walt ci presetna il mitico personaggio di Chanticleer, in qualche modo ri-presentato in forma sostanzialmente anonima in “Farmyard Symphonies”. Il cartone viene presentato a seguire.




BONUS FEATURES
The "Galleries" is a sampling of concept art, pencil tests, and promotional material for the Silly Symphonies; the latter is the most interesting since, through posters and comics and full-page magazine ads, this was the only formal method to gain awareness of a new Symphony short. More often, of course, you would just have to walk by the local theatre yourself and see what was displayed on the marquee.

Easter Egg:
Of its 19 total Symphonies, Disc 1 features 14 directly listed shorts - that is, they are featured in the themed index menu pages of "Fables and Fairy Tales" and "Favorite Characters." The other "missing" five are The Grasshopper and the Ants, Who Killed Cock Robin?, Water Babies, The Practical Pig, and Wynken, Blynken, and Nod. The "play all" feature plays back 17 shorts - all except Who Killed Cock Robin?. "Leonard's Picks" offers access to The Grasshopper and the Ants and Wynken, Blynken, and Nod - with skippable introduction speeches attached. Otherwise, menu hunting is in order to locate these shorts.

The "S" of the word "Symphonies" on disc 1's main menu plays a clip from Walt's long-running anthology series "Disneyland" - a standard for all of the eggs. In these intros, which can be skipped to access the short itself, Walt often reads a letter from a viewer asking to see the relevant short once again and then obliges, often giving some history on the Symphony's story origins beforehand. This first clip shows a short animated sequence illustrating a brief history of moral fables, from ancient China to the papyruses of Egypt, right up to the Greek storyteller Aesop himself. Playing immediately afterward is The Grasshopper and the Ants in its entirety.



Highlighting the sword of the robber kitten image on the second page of the "Fables and Fairy Tales" menu will yield another "Disneyland" clip, which features an animated sequence of English writer Charles Kingsley making up a whimsical tale off the cuff for his son as they fish. Walt reveals that this author wrote the original story of the Water Babies that the studio adapted into a Silly Symphony in 1935. The short plays upon the finish of the intro's animated sequence.

The topmost chick image on the "Favorite Characters" menu plays a rather lengthy clip from
"Disneyland" wherein Walt gives a real history lesson on the origins of the nursery rhyme Who Killed Cock Robin? - complete with woodcut illustrations. The short plays after this; note that this is the only way to access this short on the disc. If you don't remember where and how to find it, you're deprived of viewing one of the best shorts on disc one, in my humble opinion!

Highlighting the name "Leonard" in the "Leonard's Picks" title on that menu yields a look at the life of Chicago children's author Eugene Field, who penned Dutch Lullaby, better known as Wynken, Blynken, and Nod. And of course, the latter's Silly Symphony adaptation plays afterward.

The last Easter egg on Disc 1 can be found by selecting the little lone water baby image on the left margin of the captions menu. Walt again appears to give a brief history on the success of the Three Little Pigs short and its subsequent spinoffs. The last canon short produced was The Practical Pig in 1939, which plays immediately following.

Disc 2 directly lists 17 of its 18 shorts - all but Farmyard Symphony. Curiously, the "play all" feature plays only 16 shorts - apparently Woodland Café was mistakenly left out of the list when the disc was authored; this trend was verified on 2 separate copies of the set. After the shorts, the two extra featurettes also play automatically.

The first of two Easter eggs on this disc can be found by highlighting the faces of the two little girl bunnies on the first page of the "Nature on Screen" menu; a star will appear, and if you press enter you'll once again be treated to the cocked eyebrows of Walt Disney, as he relates the history of experimenting with special effects animation (such as wind, rain, lightning, etc.) on the Silly Symphony short The Old Mill, before trying such techniques on their in-production, first feature-length film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Following this intro is, of course, The Old Mill itself.

The disc's second, and last overall, Easter egg is found on the "Accent on Music" menu by highlighting the saxophone prince's hat. Walt appears to give us some insight on the popular mythic character of the cock, Chanticleer - a pompous figure who believes it is his crowing that brings the sun up every morning. He is featured in a more generic, nameless form in the Silly Symphony Farmyard Symphony, which plays afterward. Like Who Killed Cock Robin? on disc 1, this is the only method of accessing this short, and requires a fairly good memory to find again and again. Also like the aforementioned, this is one of the best and most entertaining shorts found on disc 2 - though that may just be my childhood nostalgia giving me a bit of a bias again!



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