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Topolino Star a Colori, Volume 2 (Mickey Mouse in Living Color, volume 2) contiene altri 23 cortometraggi di Topolino.Il volume 2 riprende la storia dei cortometraggi a partire dal 1939. Si tratta di cartoni preparati dopo il grande successo di "Biancaneve ed i setti Nani", durante la produzione di Pinocchio ed altri lungometraggi in produzione.Mentre alktri personaggi come Paperino e Pippo stYears guadagnando polarità, Disney continua la produzione di cortometraggi dell'avventuroso Topo, che rimane comunque l'emblema dei Walt Disney Studio.


Disney's most recognizable animated character is again the subject of his own 2-disc Limited Edition Walt Disney Treasures tin. This makes the third time, with previous Treasures releases already exploring Mickey Mouse cartoon shorts of color and black & white varieties. Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two picks up where the first color volume left off.

The earliest material here is from 1939, a time when Disney had already found success in feature films with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. With Pinocchio and other feature films already in progress and characters like Donald and Goofy growing in popularity, Disney was making fewer cartoon shorts starring the adventuresome mouse.

Nonetheless, Mickey Mouse remained one of the staples of the Walt Disney studio. This first disc of this set contains 18 animated shorts spanning through 1953, as well as segments from two feature film appearances.

Like all Walt Disney Treasures, this set is presented in a double Alpha keepcase and housed in a silver tin. Inside, you'll find a certificate of authenticity, with the number of your indivdiual copy; just 175,000 of Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume 2 sets were produced. An 8-page booklet contains some basic info on Walt Disney common to all Treasures, a list of contents, information on the set by Leonard Maltin, and a pastel sketch from "Symphony Hour." In addition, there is a collectible card which is a color reproduction of the poster art from Fantasia's original release.



Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

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


Contenuti:

Disco 1:

Cortometraggi

1939: Society Dog Show, The Pointer;
1940: Tugboat Mickey, Pluto's Dream House, Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip;
1941: The Little Whirlwind, The Nifty Nineties, Orphans' Benefit;
1942: Mickey's Birthday Party, Symphony Hour;
1947: Mickey's Delayed Date;
1948: Mickey Down Under, Mickey and the Seal;
1951: Plutopia, R'Coon Dawg;
1952: Pluto's Party, Pluto's Christmas Tree;
1953: Tugboat Mickey, Pluto's Dream House, Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip;


Bonus: L'apprendista stregone, Scene cancellate dall'apprendista stregone, Topolinoi e il Fagiolo Magico, Uova di Pasqua

Disco 2:


Cortometraggi

1983: Mickey's Christmas Carol
1990: The Prince and the Pauper
1995: Runaway Brain

Bonus Material: "Il ritorno dei cartoni di Topolino", "La voce dietro al Topo", TopoMania, La fisica dei cartoni di Topolino, Dal punto di vista delle riprese, "Topolino incontra il Maestro", I titoli del Mickey Mouse Club, "Il 'Making of' del 'Canto di Natale di Topolino'", Gallerie

Tempo Totale di RiProduction: 348 Minutes (5 ore, 48 minuti)
Disco 1: 205 minuti (135 - cortometraggi, 4 - introduzioni, 66 - extra)

Disco 2: 143 minuti (59 - cortometraggi, 3 - introduzioni, 81 - 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 (1:40), in cui il critico e creatore dei Treasures, discute l'evoluzione del personaggio ed alcuni dei cortometraggi che verrYears presentati nelò disco.


The disc opens with an introduction from Leonard Maltin (1:40), in which the film critic and Treasures host discusses the evolution of the character and some of the shorts that you are about to enjoy. You have the choice to Play All in order of release, or you can access individual selections from a list of the 18 shorts, presented both chronologically and alphabetically.




I cortometraggi:


Society Dog Show (1939) (8:08)

The Pointer (1939) (8:33)

Tugboat Mickey (1940) (7:16)

Pluto's Dream House (1940) (7:54)

Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip (1940) (7:43)

The Little Whirlwind (1941) (8:34)

The Nifty Nineties (1941) (7:29)

Orphans' Benefit (1941) (9:07)

Mickey's Birthday Party (1942) (7:53)

Symphony Hour (1942) (7:31)

Mickey's Delayed Date (1947) (6:52)

Mickey Down Under (1948) (6:38)

Mickey and the Seal (1948) (6:34)

Plutopia (1951) (7:03)

R'Coon Dawg (1951) (7:05)

Pluto's Party (1952) (6:30)

Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952) (6:48)

The Simple Things (1953) (7:04)


BONUS
"L'apprendista stregone" (1940) (10:05)
Originariamente craeto per esse un cortometraggio per conto proprio, "L'apprendista stregone" è diventato quasi la più conosciuta sequenza di Fantasia, il terzo film sperimentale di inioovazione creato da Disney. Dopo un introduzione (0:45) di Maltin, che lo definisce il capolavoro della carriera di Topolino, ilò fqamoso segmento di Fantasia è presentato nella versione integrale. Basato sulla musica di Paul Dukas, L'uso della Magia per le pulizie si rivela un disastro per l'apprendista Topolino. L

Scene cancellate da "L'apprendista stregone" (1:18)
Vengono presentate le animazioni allo stadio di studio a matita di una versione della distruzione delle scope da parte di Topolino, che fu rifiutata e modificata. Subito dopo questa versione viene presentata la versione finale nella tecnica ad ombre, con introduzione di Maltin.

"Topolino e il Fagiolo Magico" (1943) (35:10)
Dopo un'introduzione di Leonard Matin che spiega la storia del cortometraggio, la sequenza anche contenuta in "Bongo e I Tre Avventurieri" è presentata integralmente. L'episodio presenta Topolino, Pippo e Paperino attanagliati dalla fame ed è intervallata con con sequenze dal vivo in cui Edgar Bergen, famoso ventriloquo (col pupazzo Mortimer) racconta la storia a Luana Patten, famosa giovcanissima interprete di molti film Disney. Questa "featurette" è probabilmente la più divertente del classico Disney in cui è inserita, ed ha una conclusione assolutamente divertente.


Selezionando oggetti dal menu principale e dal menu Bonus, si accede a due Uova di Pasqua.

Uovo di Pasqua:
"Walt Disney's Standard Parade for 1939" (8:12)
Leonard Maltin introduce questshort promozionale, creato da Disney per la Standard Oil. Essa inizia con videoclip in bianco e nero che presentano l'inizio dell'avventura di Disney ad Hollywood. Successivamente si presentano i primi successi da "Steamboat Willie", "Flowers & Trees" e "i Tre porcellini" ed i films con i personaggi di Bianceneve ed i Sette Nani. Vengono presentati i premi concessi a Disney e subito dopo un cortometraggio a colori, in cui alcuni famosi personaggi Disney portano cartelli pubblicitari che presentano opportunità pubblicitarie. Vengono riutilizzate animazione dal cortometraggio relativo alle Nominations all'Oscar del 1932.

Walt Disney Performing the voice of Mickey Mouse (11:32)
Questa clip in bianco e nero inizia con Billy Bletcher, la voce di Gambadilegno, che presenta operazioni di doppiaggio. Dopo si vede Walt Disney stesso che doppia Topolino insieme a Bletcher. Anche se si tratta di sequenze rioetitive, esse ci fYears conoscere anche il ruolo di doppiatore di Walt, ed il gioco di voci dei due attori è divertente. Walt ripete spesso le stesse frasi come prova. Si notano alcuni silenzi nell'audio, quando probabilmente Walt sta dicendo altre cose e spesso "va a braccio". Il dialogo è perso dal cortometraggio "Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip."


BONUS FEATURES

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940) (10:05)
Originally intended to be a standalone short film, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" wound up becoming arguably the most memorable sequence of Fantasia, Disney's innovative and experimental third feature film. Following a 45-second introduction by Maltin calling this "the pinnacle of Mickey's screen career," the famous segment is presented in its entirety. Set to the Paul Dukas' classical piece, Mickey's use of magic to clean up results in disaster, to the dismay of his master. Unlike the Fantasia DVD's dual 5.1 tracks, the clip is merely Dolby Surround here.

Deleted Animation from The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1:18)
This presents pencil animation of an on-screen version of Mickey's destruction of the broom, which was discarded by the filmmakers. The shadow version that is used in the actual film follows up, and Maltin introduces this feature. This deleted scene can also be found on the now out-of-print Fantasia Anthology 3-disc Collector's set.

Mickey and the Beanstalk (1943) (35:10)
After an intro from Maltin explaining the history of this short, the sequence from Fun and Fancy Free is presented in its entirety. The animated story of Mickey, Donald, and Goofy suffering from hunger is interweaved with live action footage of Edgar Bergen and his ventriloquist dummy Mortimer telling the story to Luana Patten. As perhaps the finest segment of the 5 Anthology features, this cartoon featurette is most enjoyable, and a nice inclusion.


There are two Easter eggs on Disc 1, which can be accessed by highlighting objects on the Main and Bonus menus.

Easter Egg: "Walt Disney's Standard Parade for 1939" (8:12)
Leonard Maltin introduces this promo made by Disney for Standard Oil dealers. It begins with black & white clips dramatizing Walt Disney coming to Hollywood and making it on his own. Then, it runs through Disney's breakthroughs in animated shorts with "Steamboat Willie", "Flowers & Trees", and "The Three Little Pigs" and feature films with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. After rolling off a series of honors bestowed upon Disney, there is a brief color cartoon short, in which some of Disney's famous characters from 1939 parade carrying signs encouraging advertising opportunities. The short reuses animation from Disney's 1932 Academy Awards parade short, which can be seen on Volume 1 of Mickey Mouse in Living Color.

Easter Egg: Walt Disney Performing the voice of Mickey Mouse (11:32)
This black and white clip begins with Billy Bletcher, the voice of Pete, performing a couple of lines again and again. Then it shows Walt Disney himself reading as Mickey Mouse with Bletcher. Even if it's pretty repetitive, it's a real treat seeing Walt really get into the character of Mickey, and the interplay of the two voice actors is entertaining. Then we see Walt doing a line over and over. There are some odd silences in the audio, most often when Walt is saying something other than lines. The dialogue is for the short "Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip."


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DISCO 2


Il secondo disco si apre con una presentazione (0:32) di Leonard Maltin che introduce due apparizioni teatrali ed alcuni cortometraggi che segnano ilritorno di Topolino trail 1980 ed il 1990. Egli ci invita a tenere gli occhi aperti per la presenza di Uova di Pasqua, ma le uniche presenti sono quelle del Disco 1. Maltin presenta l'inquadramento di tre cortometraggi in clip presentate giusto prima dei essi.

The disc opens with a 32-second clip of Leonard Maltin, who introduces the 2 theatrical featurettes and short that mark the return of Mickey in the 1980s and '90s. He also says to keep your eyes out for surprises, which would imply Easter Eggs. But the only two hidden features I found were on Disc 1. Maltin also provides background for the three shorts in clips before each.




I cortometraggi:


Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983) (25:36)

The Prince and the Pauper (1990) (25:24)

The Runaway Brain (1995) (7:44)




BONUS

"Mickey's Cartoon Comeback" (16:16)
Nel nuovo “Il ritorno dei cartoni di Topolino”, Maltin ci introduce alla Biblioteca di animazione della Disney, la “Disney's Animation Research Library”, il Sancta Sanctorum della storia Disney. Le interviste con gli animatori Mark Hen e Andreas Deja consentono di appre4zzare le loro prime esperienze di animazione alla Disney e con Topolino in particolare. La discussione insiste su alcuni cartoon di Topolino e sulla preparazione di “Il Canto di Natale di Topolino” e “Il Principe ed il Povero”. Vengono effettuati paragoni tra la tecnica moderna di animazione e quella classica.

"The Voice Behind the Mouse" (23:45)
“La voce dietro Topolino” (23:45), è un nuovo documentario in cui vengono intervistati Wayne Allwine e Russi Taylor, le voci di Topolino e Minnie. Si parla del cambiamento della voce dei personaggi durante gli anni, ed anche di quando la voce di Topolino era quella di Walt. Sono presentati molti aneddoti su molti argomenti collegati all’Animazione Disney. Bonus di grande qualità.

"Mouse Mania" (2:06)
Topolinomania (2:06) è un segmento in stop-motion presentato per la TV, in occasione del 50° anniversario della nascita di Topolino (1977). Si tratta di un episodio raro, di notevole interesse storico, mai replicato dopo la presentazione in TV.

Mickey Cartoon Physics (3:08)
“La fisica dei cartoni di Topolino” da “Il Plausibile Impossibile” episodio del 1956 appartenente alla serie Disneyland TV. Walt ci spiega come un’azione impossibile può sembrare reale nell’animazione. Ad esempio ci accorgiamo di come possa sembrare sensato che il campanaccio di una mucca si metta a suonare, quando le si tira la coda. O come Toppolino si shciacci e si allunghi in un ascensore. L’episodio completo si trova nel cofanetto “Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studio”.

Segmento da "Tricks of Our Trade"
“Topolino dalla cinepresa” da “Trick of our Trade”. Walt discute la tridimensionalità nell’animazione ottenuta con l’ausilio della cinepresa multipiano. Anche questo episodio è contenuto per intero nel cofanetto “Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studio”.

"Mickey Meets the Maestro" (3:26)
“Topolino incontra il Maestro” (3:26) contiene uno sketch dietro le scene di Fantasia 2000, quando Topolino incontra il direttore di musica James Levine. Alcune scene di Fantasia 2000 vengono rivisitate dall’inizio dei disengi preliminari fino al risultato finale.

Sequenze di apertura del "Mickey Mouse Club" show (3:15)
“Titoli a colori del Mickey Mouse Show”. (3:15). Alcune sequenze di aperture dello speciale Disney sono presentate in questo bonus. Con un occhio al futuro, Wlat aveva registrato a colori moltissimo materiale, anche se in TV il colore fu portato solo dopo il 1950. In questo show, Walt diventa la voce di Topolinoi per l’ultima volta. Vengono presentate cinque aperture del programma di 25 secondi l’una, una per ogni giorno della settimana. Un bonus di valore inestimabile

"The Making of Mickey's Christmas Carol" (24:14)
“Il Making de Il Canto di Natale di Topolino” (24:14) è un filmato degli anni ’80. Viene spiegato con quali criteri sono stati assegnati i ruoli del romanzo di Dickens ad ognuno dei personaggi Disney. Di grande valore.

The Publicity and Memorabilia Gallery
“Galleria di materiale pubblicitario e ricordi” contiene 4 pagine di posters e annunci pubblicitari dei carotni di Topolino che appaiono sui due dischi. E’ presenta anche materiale celebrativo del 25° anniversario di Topolino, nel 1942. Alcune immagine contengono commenti di Leonard Maltin.

Story and Background Art Gallery
“Galleria d’Arte: Storie e Sfondi” fornisce circa una dozzina di disegni relativi a 4 cartoni: “Il piccolo Tifone”, “I favolosi anni di fine secolo”, “Pluto cane da punta”, “L’ora della sinfonia”.


BONUS FEATURES

"Mickey's Cartoon Comeback" (16:16)
In the newly-produced "Mickey's Cartoon Comeback" (16:16), Leonard Maltin gets clearance to venture into Disney's Animation Research Library, home to just about everything the studio has created. Animators Mark Henn and Andreas Deja are interviewed, and they reveal their first experiences with Disney animation and Mickey Mouse in particular. The two also discuss their favorite Mickey Mouse films and show some of their artwork from scenes they worked on in "Mickey's Christmas Carol" and "The Prince and the Pauper." Modern animators are compared with the animators of the early Mickey Mouse shorts, trendsetters to whom there was no opportunity to study animation. This feature is insightful and the animators are nicely complemented by the voice performers in the next bonus piece.

"The Voice Behind the Mouse" (23:45)
"The Voice Behind the Mouse" (23:45) is a newly-produced documentary in the vein of the Treasures' series of "Conversations" featurettes. Leonard Maltin interviews Wayne Allwine and Russi Taylor, the voice of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. They talk about the characteristics of Mickey and Minnie that they see in themselves. They compare how Mickey's voice changed over the years, even within Walt Disney's run of doing the voice. Allwine and Taylor consider how Walt would probably embrace new technologies of today. Allwine does most of the talking, sharing anecdotes and touching on a wide array of other subjects related to Disney animation. Taylor, his real life wife, recalls how she prepared for her Minnie audition. The feature includes some clips of "Runaway Brain", older shorts, "House of Mouse", and even the costumed Mickey Mouse at Disney's parks, as well. It's a great supplement - both very informative and entertaining.

"Mouse Mania" (2:06)
"Mouse Mania" (2:06) is a stop-motion segment that aired as part of a primetime TV special for Mickey's 50th Anniversary. If you don't know when the 50th Anniversary was, you'll know from this sequence that it was definitely the '70s. ('Twas 1977, to be exact.) Mike Jittlov, who had established himself in stop-motion, made this short, set inside a psychiatrist's office. It's extremely weird in a good way. Mickey figures and an assortment of Disneyana, bell-bottomed men, and fast-tempoed electronic music are all rapidly blended in a nearly incoherent fashion. The sequence is certainly something of a rarity; it's the first time it's been issued since its airing.

Mickey Cartoon Physics (3:08)
There's an excerpt on Mickey Cartoon Physics (3:08) from "The Plausible Impossible", a 1956 episode of the Disneyland TV series. Walt discusses how impossible action can seem real in animation if there is some factual basis. We see why it makes sense for a cow's bell to ring when you pull its tail, how Mickey stretches and squishes when going up in an elevator, and a couple of other demonstrations from cartoons. As Maltin points out, the complete episode is on the Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studio Treasures release.

Segmento da "Tricks of Our Trade"
Another segment from a Disneyland episode, "Tricks of Our Trade", is presented. Walt discusses three-dimensionality in cel animation, using the multi-plane camera. This episode too is in its entirety on the aforementioned Behind the Scenes Treasures set, plus is included in part on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It's a great segment that concisely (5:09) and effectively illustrates how Disney was able to incorporate depth into its animation.

"Mickey Meets the Maestro" (3:26)
"Mickey Meets the Maestro" (3:26) contains a behind-the-scenes featurette on the meeting of Mickey and conductor James Levine in Fantasia 2000. The effect of blending live action and animation in modern times is covered. We see the scene progress in various stages and then with the finished effect as it appears in the film. It is also included on Disc 3 of the Fantasia Anthology DVD set.

Opening Sequences of the "Mickey Mouse Club" show (3:15)
Next are the original opening sequences of the daily "Mickey Mouse Club" show (3:15) presented in color. Walt, with an eye for the future, filmed his television programs in color even though there was no way to broadcast other than black & white in the 1950s. In his introduction, Maltin reveals that for this show, Walt returned to voice Mickey for the last time to do Mickey's voice. There are five different 25-second openings; one for each day of the week, each with a different theme. It's a very cool bonus.

"The Making of Mickey's Christmas Carol" (24:14)
"The Making of Mickey's Christmas Carol" (24:14) is a thorough and informative featurette from the '80s. It satisfactorily covers the filmmakers' approach to the material, such as how they assigned Disney's cartoon stars to Dickens' characters, and how they assigned animators to characters. Producer/director Burny Mattinson, animators Glen Keane and David Block, and some of the voice talent are interviewed. There's even a bit of a history of Mickey and Donald provided. Plus, we see animator Mark Henn and Wayne Allwine (who are profiled in the newly-produced features) as they looked two decades ago making their big screen debuts. Particularly amusing are a bookending scenes of Jiminy Cricket getting a call to make a new Christmas film, giving roles for his cartoon friends and keeping it all within budget. While it looks a bit dated, it provides an interesting look at Mickey's big screen return. I was glad to finally see this making-of special.

The Publicity and Memorabilia Gallery
The Publicity and Memorabilia Gallery contains four pages of posters and advertisements of the Mickey Mouse shorts that appear throughout the two discs. The colorful promotional artwork is very neat. There's also some material celebrating the 25th anniversary of Mickey Mouse in 1942. Plus there are some pages from a feature in Good Housekeeping with rhymes and illustrations on Disney characters and shorts. The magazine ran the feature monthly in the '30s and '40s. Five of the stills include some basic comments from Maltin.

Story and Background Art Gallery
Story and Background Art Gallery offers about a dozen sketches for four shorts: "The Little Whirlwind", "The Nifty Nineties", "The Pointer, and "Symphony Hour." On some images, denoted by a microphone graphic, Leonard Maltin provides commentary about costumes, supporting characters, and how Mickey's changed over the years.

The Disc 2 menus match the first disc's screens. Again, they are red, blue, and yellow 4:3 screens, with excerpts of the cartoon scores on all but the Cartoons menu.



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