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Topolino Star a Colori

(Mickey Mouse in Living Color)


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Topolino Star a Colori, Volume 1 (Mickey Mouse in Living Color, volume 1) contiene i primi 26 cortometraggi a colori di Topolino, dal 1935 al 1938. Che si può dire di Topolino che non sia stato già detto? Sono esistiti personaggi animate prima di lui, ma nessuno ha raggiunto il suo livello. Egli è stato veramente la prima star del mondo dell’animazione. Nonostante che Walt producesse cartoni a colori già dal 1932, egli cominciò la produzione di Topolino in bianco e nero, poichè riteneva che la popolarità di Topolino fosse già sufficiente e, diversamente dalle Silly Symphonies, il colore non gli avrebbe aggiunto granché Il debutto di Topolino nel mondo a colori arriva nel 1935 con “The band concert”. L’occasione di quel concerto, indubbiamente speciale, parve a Walt il momento giusto per aggiungere il colore alle storie del suo beniamino.

Comunque, quando Topolino fece il balzo nel mondo del colore altri personaggi come Pippo, Pluto e Paperino erano già apparsi sulla scena e si stavano affermando con personalità divertenti che spesso gli hYears tolto il ruolo di protagoinista unico ed indiscusso. Come puntualizzato da Leonard Maltin, Topolino non è un personaggio intrinsecamente divertente, per cui è necessario creargli un ambiente e delle “spalle” adatte. Per questo motivo, Topolino cede spesso lo spazio per qualche momento a Pippo, Paperino, Pluot e in minor misura a Clarabella, Orazio e Chiquita.





What is there to say about Mickey Mouse that hasn’t already been said? There had been popular animated characters before, but never to the same level of Mickey Mouse. He truly was the world’s first animated superstar. The contents of this, the first of four two-disc Walt Disney Treasures sets devoted to the Mouse, present an interesting period in Mickey’s life. Despite the fact that Disney had been making color shorts since 1932, Walt kept producing Mickey cartoons in black and white, because he felt that Mickey was already popular enough, and unlike the Silly Symphonies series, didn’t need the added novelty of being in color. So Mickey’s color debut did not come until 1935 in The Band Concert. Walt knew that Mickey’s first color appearance needed to be something special, which is precisely what The Band Concert is.

However, as Mickey made the leap to color, in many ways the writing was already on the wall, as Goofy, Pluto, and Donald Duck were increasingly appearing on the scene and were developing into funnier personalities who often stole the spotlight from him. As Leonard Maltin points out on this DVD, Mickey is not an intrinsically funny character, meaning that it became a chore to write and develop ideas for him. Therefore, Mickey began to have less screen time in his shorts, with more attention being given to Goofy, Donald, Pluto and, to a lesser extent, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar and Clara Cluck.



Even rarer were shorts where Mickey appeared alone. Nevertheless, when Mickey was given a solo short, it was always something special. Mickey’s Rival (1936) showed a side that even today is seldom seen, Mickey’s jealous side. It is interesting to see the main character being so downtrodden, as Mortimer Mouse charms Minnie under Mickey’s nose. Also, Brave Little Tailor truly is one of the greatest shorts Disney ever produced, with wonderful "animation acting." It is well known that the Silly Symphonies were developed as a testing ground for animation, to see how far techniques could be developed, but it appears that they were not the only cartoons to explore the medium;
Brave Little Tailor is the perfect example of how Walt wanted to make drawings have believable emotions and not just be slapstick figures, which was a development that of course was leading to the first full-length animated feature, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Certain other shorts have characters or happenings very similar to elements that would appear in later features. For example, in 1938’s The Whalers we see a whale which bears more than just a passing resemblance to Monstro, who would appear two years later in Pinocchio in which a very similar chase scene occurs.

Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

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


Contenuti:

Disco 1:

Cortometraggi

1935: The Band Concert, Mickey's Garden, On Ice, Pluto's Judgement Day, Mickey's Fire Brigade;
1936: Thru the Mirror, Mickey's Circus, Mickey's Elephant, Mickey's Grand Opera, Mickey's Polo Team, Alpine Climbers, Moving Day, Mickey's Rival, Oprhans' Picnic

Bonus: Galleria delle Nominations per Premi e riconoscimenti, Test di animazione a matita, Uova di Pasqua

Disco 2:


Cortometraggi


1937: Hawaiian Holiday, Moose Hunters, The Worm Turns, Magician Mickey, Mickey's Amateurs, Clock Cleaners, Lonesome Ghosts;
1938: Mickey's Parrot, Boat Builders, The Whalers, Mickey's Trailer, Brave Little Tailor

Bonus Material: "Topolino Star a Colori", Gallerie, Video & Audio, Considerazioni Finali


Tempo Totale di RiProduction: 217 Minutes (3 ore, 37 minuti)
Disco 1: 170 minuti (162 - cortometraggi, 4 - introduzioni, 4 - extra)

Disco 2: 140 minuti (126 - cortometraggi, 4 - introduzioni, 10 - extra)


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


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DISCO 1

Il disco si apre con un introduzione di Leonard Maltin, Che ci incontra all'angolo tra Mickey Avenue (Via Topolino) and Dopey Drive (via Cucciolo) e traccia una breve descrizione della Storia di Topolino e dei cortometraggi contenuti in questo volume che lo hYears conscarcato come un icona nel mondo dell'animazione. Dal menu principale si possono selezionare tutti i Cartoni (editi tra il 1935 ed il 1938) in una sequenza continua o singolarmente.


Disc One opens with a short introduction from Leonard Maltin, in which he greets us from the corner of Mickey Avenue and Dopey Drive at the Walt Disney Studios and gives us a brief outline of the history of Mickey Mouse and the shorts on the set that established him as an icon.
From the main menu on Disc One, you are presented with a Play All feature, which provides the shorts in chronological order, or you can select either of the two years 1935 or 1936 to individually choose a short.



I cortometraggi:



The Band Concert (1935) (9:17)

Mickey’s Garden (1935) (8:47)

On Ice (1935) (8:07)

Pluto’s Judgement Day (1935) (8:14)

Mickey’s Fire Brigade (1935) (7:44)

Thru the Mirror (1936) (8:50)

Mickey’s Circus (1936) (8:06)

Mickey’s Elephant (1936) (8:37)

Mickey’s Grand Opera (1936) (7:39)

Mickey’s Polo Team (1936) (8:48)

Alpine Climbers (1936) (9:35)

Moving Day (1936) (9:24)

Mickey’s Rival (1936) (8:19)

Orphans’ Picnic (1936) (7:58)



BONUS
Rassegna delle Nominations a Premi e Riconoscimenti (con introduzione di Leonard Maltin) (3:25)
Nella realtà questa è la prima apparizione di Topolino a colori anche se questo cortometraggio del 1932 non fu mai rilasciato commercialmente. Mickey e la banda Disney conducono una parata delle star del cinema nominate per ricevere l'Oscar in quell'Years. Si possono riconoscere Wallace Beery, Jackie Coogan, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontaine, Helen Hayes, Frederic March e Marie Dressler.
Il cortometraggio fu proiettato originariamente al banchetto delgi Oscar del 1932, ma non fu mai proiettato al pubblico. Pluto qui appare in grigio, poichè era apparso solo in bianco e nero fino a quel momento e la decisione di colorarlo di giallo-arancio non era stata ancora presa. La maggior parte dell'animazione e degli sfondi sono stati riciclati dalla Silly Symphony "Le Canzoni di Mamma Oca", del 1931

In questo disco sono anche inclusi 3 cartoni completi, a livello dei test di animazione a matita. Prima di passare allo stadio di in chiostratura e pittura, molto lungo e costoso, i disegni degli animatori furono messi insieme a rappresentare il prodotto finale, per valutare la qualità complessiva del cartone e per effettuare gli eventuali cambiamenti. Come spiegato da Leonard Maltin, questi testi di animazione esistono solo perchè uno dei direttori Disney, Ben Sharpsteen, li ha conservati nel suo garage e la sua famiglia li ha donati agli Studios. I 3 cortometraggi sono: Mickey’s Fire Brigade, Pluto’s Judgement Day and On Ice. La loro visione fornisce un modo affascinante per capire come avveniva la produzione degli anni 30. Cambiando angolo si può passare dal test a matita al prodotto finale.


Uovo di Pasqua:
Dal menu principale del Disco 1, selezionando la testa di Topolino si accede ad un estratto di un episodio del 1954 in cui Walt ci presenta la "Storia di Disneyland". Il filmato, che dura 2:37, presenta Walt con il suo libro degli schizzi, mentre discute l'evoluzione grafica, e non solo, di Topolino, ricordando che ".....tutto è cominciato con un Topo!".

BONUS FEATURES
Parade of the Award Nominees (with introduction by Leonard Maltin) (3:25)
In truth, this is Mickey’s first color appearance, even though this 1932 short film was never commercially released. Mickey and company lead a parade of movie stars nominated for that year's Oscars. The actors seen in the parade are Wallace Beery, Jackie Coogan, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontaine, Helen Hayes, Frederic March and Marie Dressler.
Originally shown at the 1932 Academy Awards Banquet, it was never intended to be seen by the general public. Pluto appears gray here, having only appeared in black and white up to that point his yellow coloring had obviously not been decided on at this stage. The majority of animation and the background are recycled from the 1931 Silly Symphony Mother Goose Melodies.

Also included on this disc are three complete cartoons at the pencil test stage. Before the time-consuming and expensive process of inking and painting were done, animators’ drawings were put together just as they would be in the final product, in order to check the quality of the short and, if necessary, make changes. As Leonard Maltin explains, these three pencil tests exist only because the renowned Disney director Ben Sharpsteen kept them safe in his garage and his family donated them back to the studio. The three shorts presented in this stage are Mickey’s Fire Brigade, Pluto’s Judgement Day and On Ice. Their inclusion makes for a fascinating insight into the production of an animated film during the 1930s, especially since it’s safe to say that the whereabouts of most of the animators’ pencil drawings are sadly no longer known. The angle feature can be used to switch between the pencil test and the final fully-animated cartoon.



EASTER EGG

On Disc One’s main menu, by selecting Mickey’s head, you will be presented with an excerpt from Walt's very first anthology episode, 1954's "The Disneyland Story." The clip, which runs 2:37, features Walt with his scrapbook, discussing Mickey’s evolution, as he reminds us that “It all started with a Mouse.”


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DISCO 2


Il secondo disco riprende i cartoni inizando dal 1937 e ci fa percorrere il vaggio attraverso i cortometraggi di Topolino fino al termine del 1938.


Disc Two picks up at the start of 1937 and continues to take us on a journey through Mickey’s career to the close of 1938. Again, a Play All option is present and, alternatively, the shorts can be individually selected by year.



I cortometraggi:

Hawaiian Holiday (1937) (8:23)

Moose Hunters (1937) (8:38)

The Worm Turns (1937) (7:45)

Magician Mickey (1937) (7:34)

Mickey’s Amateurs (1937) (8:25)

Clock Cleaners (1937) (8:29)

Lonesome Ghosts (1937) (8:48)

Mickey’s Parrot (1938) (7:38)

Boat Builders (1938) (7:20)

The Whalers (1938) (8:16)

Mickey’s Trailer (1938) (7:45)

Brave Little Tailor (1938) (8:58)


BONUS
Un video di Leonard Maltin (8:43) presenta i motivi della grande fama di Topolino e di come essa sia cresciuta dai primi ruoli in cui recitava in rustici cortili, fino a raggiungere la gloria in innumerevoli ruoli recitati, finalmente, col giusto contributo del colore. Vengono presentati diversi estratti, tra cui un'intervista con Ward Kimball ed un estratto dall'episodio "Il Plausibile Impossibile". In esso sono discusse le difficoltà di scrivere storie per Topolino, spiegando perchè Topolino sia stato così spesso affiancato da personaggi che gli hYears fatto da spalla (e che poi, talvolta, sono state assurte al ruolo di star esse stesse.... Paperino, Pippo, Pluto...) e di come esse ne abbiamo addirittura offuscato la fama.

Una Galleria contiene 52 immagini di poster, estratti di riviste, storyboards, ed animazioni a matita ripresi da alcuni dei cortometraggi contenuti nel disco.


Uovo di Pasqua:

Evidenziando la o di Topolino nel menu principale sul Disco 2 otteniamo accesso ad una gemma, praticamente un inedito. Per l'esposizione Universale di New York del 1939, Disney produsse un cortometraggio, sponsorizzato dalla Nabisco. Il "Party a sorpresa di Topolino" inizia con Minni che prepara biscotti che spera siano come quelli preparati dalla mamma di Topolino. Mentre lei si volta, Figaro comincia a cacciare una mosca ed urta per caso una scatola di pop-corn, facendoli cadere nell'impasto. Quando Topolino arriva, dalla cucina giugne fumo ed un odore di bruciato e quando Minni tira i biscotti fuori dal forno essi comincaino ad esplodere. Minni è disperata poichè non è riuscita a preparare i biscotti coime avrebbe desiderato. Topolino corre fuori e ritorna con una scatola di prodotti della Nabisco, e le rivela che sua mamma li ha sempre comprati.

Questo cortometrqaggio è uno dei più belli mai prodotti da Disney, ed è un peccato che per il suo carattere commerciale esso non sia stato mostrato on maggiore frequenza. Minnie, Topolino e Pluto sono cambiati graficamente negli anni ed in questo cartone risultano in pratica perfetti. Sono piacevoli, rotondi e caldi come appaiono ancora solo nel cartone "The Pointer" (1939). Anche l'animazione è di qualità estremamente elevata, con grande presenza di luci ed ombre, e se questa particolare cura sia dovuta alla natura commerciale del cartone, purtroppo non è dato sapere.



BONUS FEATURES
The set's lone newly-produced piece, "Mickey in Living Color" (8:43) has Leonard Maltin taking a look at Mickey’s fame, from his early barnyard incarnations to his Technicolor debut and the changes in his design. Various clips are featured, including an interview with Ward Kimball and an excerpt from the anthology episode "The Plausible Impossible." The difficulties of writing for Mickey are discussed here, explaining why Mickey was so often teamed up with his co-stars for many shorts from the mid '30s and how eventually he became eclipsed in popularity by Donald and Goofy.

Finally, the gallery contains 52 images of posters, magazine excerpts, storyboards and pencil animation from some of the shorts contained on this disc.



Easter Egg:
Highlighting the "o" of "Mouse" on Disc Two’s main menu will bring up a delightful, rarely-seen gem. For 1939’s New York World’s Fair, Disney produced a short that was sponsored by Nabisco. Mickey’s Surprise Party begins with Minnie making a batch of cookies that she hopes will be just like Mickey’s mother used to make. When she turns her back, Fifi begins to chase a fly and accidentally knocks a box of popcorn into the mix. When Mickey and Pluto arrive a burning smell starts to float from the kitchen and when Minnie takes the cookies out of the oven they begin to explode. Minnie is distraught that she couldn’t make cookies like Mickey’s mother used to make. Mickey rushes out and returns with a range of Nabisco’s products, revealing that his mother used to buy ‘em all the time. The short also has the shocking revelation that Fig Newtons are Mickey’s favorite.

This short is one of the most charming that Disney has ever produced, and it is a shame due to its commercial nature that it doesn’t get shown more. Mickey, Minnie, and Pluto have all had varying designs over the years, but as far as I am concerned, in this short they all look perfect. They have a satisfying roundness and warmth to them, and the only other short that has this same feel to it is 1939’s The Pointer. The animation in Mickey’s Surprise Party also has a much higher quality to it, in some scenes the characters have highlights and shadows, whether that was due to the fact it was a commercial short is not known.



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