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Formato Audio/Video (Audio/Video Format):

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


Contenuti:

Disco 1:

Cortometraggi

1930: The Chain Gang;
1935: On Ice;
1937: Pluto's Quin-puplets;
1939: Beach Picnic;
1940: Bone Trouble;
1941: Pluto's Playmate, Canine Caddy, Lend a Paw;
1942: Pluto, Junior, The Army Mascot, The Sleepwalker, T-Bone for Two, Pluto at the Zoo

Bonus Material: The Life and Times of Pluto, Pluto 101

Disco 2:


Cortometraggi


1943: Pluto and the Armadillo, Private Pluto;
1944: Springtime for Pluto, First Aiders;
1945: Dog Watch, Canine Casanova, The Legend of Coyote Rock, Canine Patrol;
1946: Pluto's Kid Brother, In Dutch,Squatter's Rights, The PURLoined Pup;
1947: Pluto's Housewarming

From The Vault: Pantry Pirate (1940), A Gentleman's Gentleman (1941)

Bonus Material: Bonus Material: "Pluto's Picture Book", "Pluto's Pal Fergy", Galleries


Tempo Totale di RiProduction: 275 Minutes (4 ore, 35 minuti)
Disco 1: 125 minuti (102 - cortometraggi, 2 - introduzioni, 21 - extra)

Disco 2: 150 minuti (109 - cortometraggi, 2 - introduzioni, 39 - extra)


1.33:1 Fullscreen (Original Ratio) / Dolby Digital Mono
Originally Released between 1930 and 1947


Pluto è apparso la prima volta in “The chain gang” e per 7 anni, fino al 1937, è rimasto la spalla insostituibile di Topolino. Il suo primo cartone indipendente è "Pluto's Quin-puplets." In coincidenza sono diminuiti i cartoni di Topolino in uscita ogni Years, lasciando più spazio agli altri personaggi, principalmente a Paperino, mentre Pippo e Pluto si disputano il secondo posto.

Sebbene Pluto non parli, ciò non influisce sulla sua personalità. La forza dei suoi cortometraggi senza dialogo testimonia quanto sia importante la calibrazione dell’azione e della mimica in questi primi cartoni. I cartoni sono condotti in genere grazie al suono e all’azione.

Diversamente dai cartoni di Paperino e da quelli della Warner Brothers, quelli di Pluto non si basano su tecniche e schemi ripetitivi. Il carattere di Pluto talvolta scoppia in liti ma spesso si dimostra compassionevole o giocoso, molto più di Paperino. Spesso Pluto interagisce con altri animali, mettendo in piedi avventure o esilaranti cacce all’animale, con esiti assolutamente comici.

Con 28 cortometraggi, alcuni dei quail già inclusi in altri cofanetti, questo cofanetto si presenta come uno dei più “leggeri”. Tuttavia questo cofanetto pone sotto i riflettori un nuovo personaggio e fornisce più di 3 ore di materiale assolutamente godibile.



Having already released comprehensive collections of Mickey Mouse, Donald, and Goofy shorts, it is not very surprising that Disney has now put out The Complete Pluto, Volume One with their latest line of Walt Disney Treasures sets.

What is surprising to some is the "Volume One" subtitle. In a judgment call, Disney has decided to break up the cartoons from Mickey's energetic dog into two different volumes rather than trying to squeeze the unreleased Pluto shorts into one set. The result is that this premiere volume houses all the cartoons from the "Pluto" series through Pluto's Housewarming, released to theaters in February of 1947.
In addition to the official "Pluto shorts", this 2-disc Limited Edition tin presents some "Mickey" and "Donald" shorts that contain Pluto's more memorable supporting performances. These include his debut appearance as a pair of trail-sniffing bloodhounds in 1930's The Chain Gang.

Following that, Pluto would turn up mostly in Mickey Mouse cartoons as his dog and companion. Pluto maintained this supporting role for seven years, until 1937 brought the very first short in his own cartoon line, "Pluto's Quin-puplets." Pluto's rise coincided with the somewhat abrupt disappearance of Mickey Mouse, who after a decade of being Disney's most visible animated star began to fade from the cartoon short scene. Certainly, Mickey hasn't disappeared altogether, and is indisputably the most recognizable "Walt Disney" character today. But while the owner fell into the background, his pet Pluto took a prominent place behind Donald, but alongside Goofy as one of Disney's major short film stars of the 1940s.

Though Pluto did not speak, there was no shortage of personality on display. The strength of his dialogueless shorts is a testament to how little speech figures in these early cartoons. Pluto's shorts are driven by sounds and action, which are normally sparked by his rambunctiousness.

Unlike the shorts of Donald Duck or Warner Brothers' popular cartoon stars, Pluto's films do not adhere to one specific, repetitive formula. While the dog's tempers would often flare, he could also be compassionate or playful to a greater degree than Disney's top duck at the time. Oftentimes, Pluto would interact with other animals, setting off on adventures or chases with comic, fast-paced results. Still, the Pluto's cartoons presented here allow room to try different tones and genres.

With 28 shorts, many of which have already been released, this is definitely one of the lighter Walt Disney Treasures sets. But for those who haven't been compiling a complete Treasures collection, or even those of who have, this set shines the spotlight on a new character and provides over three hours of Pluto's earliest and most memorable animated shorts.

Like all Walt Disney Treasures, this set is presented in a double Alpha keepcase (which for Wave 4, in a first, is white) and housed in a silver tin. Inside, you'll find a certificate of authenticity, with the number of your individual copy; a surprisingly low 110,000 Complete Pluto, Volume One sets were produced. The terrific 8-page booklet remains in line with past Treasures inserts, containing some basic info on Walt Disney, a list of contents, information on the set by Leonard Maltin, and poster art from Academy Award winner "Lend a Paw." In addition, there is a colorful collectible card which reproduces poster art of Pluto's 1940 short Bone Trouble.



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DISCO 1

Il Disco 1, che contiene 13 cortometraggi, inizia con un’introduzione di Leonard Maltin (2’) in cui Maltin parlando di Pluto, spiega cosa lo distingue dalle altre “Star” del Mondo Disney, in particolare il suo statu di personaggio “che non parla”. Si esamina inoltre velocemente lo sviluppo di Pluto e si riportano informazioni su Norman Ferguson, l’animatore che lo ha creato.

Disc 1 opens with a 2-minute introduction from Treasures host Leonard Maltin. Naturally Maltin talks about Pluto, specifically about what distinguishes him from Disney's other cartoon stars as a genuine animal who cYearst speak. This intro provides a quick overview of Pluto's development and a bit of information on Norman Ferguson, the animator from whom Pluto emerged.

This first disc contains 13 Pluto shorts, which are offered in 3-page alphabetical and chronological listings. In addition a "Play All" option enables you to chronologically, well, I'm sure you can guess.




I cortometraggi:

The Chain Gang (1930) (7:50)

On Ice (1935) (8:05)

Pluto's Quin-puplets (1937) (9:04)

Beach Picnic (1939) (8:24)

Bone Trouble (1940) (8:40)

Pluto's Playmate (1941) (7:59)

Canine Caddy (1941) (7:28)

Lend a Paw (1941) (8:07)

Pluto, Junior (1942) (7:06)

The Army Mascot (1942) (7:12)

The Sleepwalker (1942) (7:12)

T-Bone for Two (1942) (7:05)

Pluto at the Zoo (1942) (7:45)



BONUS
"The Life and Times of Pluto" (9:10)Il primo dei due Bonus del Disco 1 è "The Life and Times of Pluto" (9:10), un interessante ma troppo breve analisi del personaggio. Maltin discute di Pluto con un animatore attuale, Andreas Deja, ed animatori storici, come Frank Thomas (cui viene dedicato un momento di riconoscimento al termine del brano) e Ollie Johnston, e con uno storico dell’animazione, John Canemaker.
Stranamente, molti dei cartoni su cui verte la discussione non sono inclusi nel cofanetto. Viene in particolare discussa l’influenza personale di Walt sul personaggio.

"Pluto 101" (11:45)" (9:10) In "Pluto 101" (11:45), Maltin discute con l’animatore Andreas Deja, autore della maggior parte dei “cattivi Disney” degli ultimi dieci anni. Deja, parla dell’importanza dello studiare i cartoni classici come risorsa inesauribile, per imparare l’arte dell’animazione. Successivamente Deja conduce Maltin nella stanza dell’animazione in cui mostra come disengare ed animare Pluto partendo da un semplice cerchio, cosa che lui ha dovuto fare nel 1990 per “Il Principe ed il Povero”.


BONUS
"The Life and Times of Pluto" (9:10) The first of the two bonus features residing on Disc 1 is "The Life and Times of Pluto" (9:10), an interesting but too brief analysis of Pluto as a character. Leonard Maltin discusses Disney's dog with current animator Andreas Deja, long-time animators Frank Thomas (who is paid tribute in a screen at this featurette's end) and Ollie Johnston, and animation historian John Canemaker.
Oddly enough, most of the shorts that are discussed and featured aren't included in this Volume One collection, but I guess the piece is as satisfying as you can expect for its running time. Among the topics discussed are Walt's personal influence on the character; he was the origin behind Pluto's creation and name.


"Pluto 101" (11:45)" (9:10) In "Pluto 101" (11:45), Maltin sits down with Disney animator Andreas Deja, the man behind some of the most memorable villains from last decade. Deja speaks about the value of studying classic cartoon shorts to aid in his ability to animate successfully. He then takes Leonard to the drawing board, where he shows how to bring Pluto to life from just one circle, the way he did in a sequence for the 1990 featurette The Prince and the Pauper. While other DVD bonus features have attempted to explain the animation process, this one succeeds with simplicity. Without slick, fast-paced editing or talking down to a young audience, Deja amiably reveals the magic of the medium as well as displaying his strong appreciation for the craft.



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DISCO 2


Il Disco 2 si apre con un’altra introduzione di Leonard Maltin (1:03) che ricorda i differenti direttori di animazione che hYears lavorato sui cartoni di Pluto e la miscela vincente tra il cane reale e la libertà d’animazione che definisce il personaggio di Pluto. Alcuni dei cartoni qui inclusi non fYears parte della serie strettamente dedicata a Pluto, ma sono assolutamente divertenti e peculiari per capire Pluto, benché i protagonisti ufficiali siano Topolino o Paperino.

Il Disco 2 contiene 13 shorts di Pluto mentre la sezione “From the Vault” ne contiene altri due, preceduti dal commento di Leonard Maltin.

The second disc opens with another Leonard Maltin introduction (1:03) which succinctly covers the different directors who worked on Pluto shorts and the winning mixture of real dog behavior and cartoon freedom that defines Pluto. Maltin explains that a number of the shorts in this collection are not part of the "Pluto" series but were included to enjoy the dog's scene-stealing moments in shorts with Mickey and/or Donald.

Disc 2 also houses 13 Pluto shorts in the alphabetical and chronological listings, again presented with the "Play All" option. Two additional shorts are available in a section called "From the Vault" which opens with an unskippable Leonard Maltin introduction that explains why.



I cortometraggi:

Pluto and the Armadillo (1943) (7:18)

Private Pluto (1943) (6:45)

Springtime for Pluto (1944) (7:11)

First Aiders (1944) (7:30)



Dog Watch (1945) (7:17)

Canine Casanova (1945) (7:26)

The Legend of Coyote Rock (1945) (7:20)

Canine Patrol (1945) (7:32)


Pluto's Kid Brother (1946) (6:50)

In Dutch (1946) (6:47)

Squatter's Rights (1946) (7:06)

The PURLoined Pup (1946) (6:55)

Pluto's Housewarming (1947) (7:01)





FROM THE VAULT

Con un’introduzione di 50 secondi Maltin speiga che benchè questi cartoni siano il prodotto di tempi meno illuminati sotto certi punti di vista e che quindi contengano pregiudizi che potrebbero offendere, i fan di Disney dovrebbero riuscire a divertirsi tenendo a mente il contesto in cui essi sono stati creati.

Pantry Pirate (1940) (8:10)
A Gentleman's Gentleman (1941) (7:25)


BONUS
“Pluto's Picture Book” Il primo bonus è “Pluto's Picture Book” estratto da un episodio di Disneyland: "A Story of Dogs" trasmesso il 1° Dicembre 1954. Si tratta di una parte di uno special che promuoveva la prima uscita di “Lilli e il Vagabondo” (il primo cartone di Disney in Cinemascope). Walt ha recuperato in questo special la sua prima star “canina”. Nell’animazione Pluto guarda interessato un libro. Durante il discorso di Walt vengono presentati highlights della carriera di Pluto.
Il programma fu mandato in onda in bianco e nero ma filmato a colori. Ciò che rende il “Pluto’s Picture Book” più interessante è che veniamo condotti nella scoperta di Pluto, proprio da Walt. Interessante è la sequenza che riguarda la popolarità di Pluto come eroe di guerra.

"Pluto's Pal Fergy" (9:55) "Pluto's Pal Fergy" (9:55) rende il giusto tributo all’”uomo dietro il cane”, il direttore dei cortometraggi di Pluto Norm Ferguson. La narrazione di Leonard Maltin copre i lavori animati di Ferguson e le interviste con gli animatori (Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Andreas Deja) e con lo storico (John Canemaker) presenti sul Disco 1 consente di mettere sotto la giusta luce il Ferguson uomo ed animatore.

Art Galleries
L’ultimo bonus riguarda un set di 4 Gallerie d’Arte. “Pluto on Paper” raccoglie 8 fumetti completi di Pluto, ripresi in modo che si riesca a leggere bene le didascalie. Vengono presentati anche 9 copertine di libri e riviste con Pluto.

"Pluto's Posters" contiene 18 fermo-immagine che servono come sistema di promozione dei cartoni qui presentati.

"Background Paintings" contiene 15 sfondi.

"Animation Drawings" offre 52 schizzi a matita con poco colore, relativi a scene dei cartoni di Pluto. Si riescono a notare gli elementi essenziali utili per il disegno di Pluto.


BONUS FEATURES
“Pluto's Picture Book” First up is "Pluto's Picture Book", an excerpt from the Disneyland episode "A Story of Dogs" (which originally aired December 1, 1954).
As part of a special to promote upcoming release Lady and the Tramp (which, an Yearsuncement over the end credits highlights, was Walt's first full-length cartoon feature in Cinemascope), Walt Disney looked at the studio's first star canine. There is some animation of Pluto leaping out and looking through a picture book. As Walt narrates, we get a look at some of the highlights from Pluto's career.

Though the program originally aired in black and white, portions have been presented, as the episode was filmed, in color. The highlight reel part isn't so exciting, since the shorts are available elsewhere in better quality and in their entirety. (Chapter stops nonetheless provide quick access to the cartoons presented: "On Ice", "Beach Picnic", "Lend a Paw", "The Legend of Coyote Rock") But the character biography element is and what makes "Pluto's Picture Book" most interesting is that it is Walt himself hosting and lending insight. The sequence on Pluto's popularity as wartime insignia is interesting.

"Pluto's Pal Fergy" (9:55) "Pluto's Pal Fergy" pays tribute to "the man behind the mutt", Pluto director Norm Ferguson. With narration from Leonard Maltin, footage from Ferguson's animated works, and interview clips with the animators (Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Andreas Deja) and historian (John Canemaker) seen on Disc 1, the piece paints a portrait of Ferguson the man and the filmmaker.

Art GalleriesThe last bonus feature of the set is the series of four art Galleries. "Pluto on Paper" houses 8 full Pluto comics, which are masterfully designed so that you can follow along with the comic frame-by-frame at a full size large enough to read. You can also move to any individual frame from the comic at the start. In addition to the comics, there are 9 Pluto book and magazine covers in this section.

The other galleries are pretty self-explanatory from their titles. "Pluto's Posters" contains 18 stills of one-sheets promoting most of the shorts featured in this collection. "Background Paintings" provides 15 of the simple but nice-looking backdrops that you tend not to notice too much in Pluto's shorts. "Animation Drawings" offers 52 rough sketches with minimal color that plot out the actions to occur in some of the Pluto shorts. In the rough form of these drawings, the sheer emotions are highlighted, and some have notes or expressions to denote a sound or action.




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