Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Awards animation collection / DC Comics ; King Features Syndicate.
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- ISBN: 1419855948
- ISBN: 9781419855948
- Physical Description: 3 videodiscs (323 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, 
Title from container.
Contains 41 cartoons.
Originally broadcast on television.
"Restored from the original masters."
Special features: Disc one: Commentary by animator Mark Kausler on 'Quiet please!;' commentary by filmmaker Greg Ford on 'For scent-imental reasons;' commentary by historian Jerry Beck on 'So much for so little;' music only audio track on 'Speedy Gonzales;' commentary by director Eric Goldberg and music only audio track on 'The dot and the line.'
Special features: Disc two: Commentary by historian Jerry Beck and animators Leslie Cabarga, Ray Pointer and Bob Jaques on 'Popeye the Sailor meets Sinbad the Sailor;' commentary by filmmaker Greg Ford on 'Peace on Earth;' commentary by filmmaker Greg Ford on 'A wild hare;' commentary by animator Mark Kausler on 'Puss gets the boot;' commentary by producer Paul Dini on 'Superman;' commentary by director Eric Goldberg on 'Blitz wolf;' commentary by historian Jerry Beck on 'Walky talky hawky.'
Special features: Disc three: Music only audio track on 'Little Johnny Jet;' music only audio track on 'Touch,̌ pussy cat!;' commentary by historian Amid Amidi on 'From A to Z-Z-Z-Z;' vocal chorus section isolated audio track on 'Good will to men;' music only audio track on 'Tabasco Road;' music only audio track on 'One Droopy knight;' commentary by Historian Amid Amidi on 'Now hear this;' new documentary "Drawn for glory: animation's triumph at the Oscars" recounting backstories of several Oscar-contending shorts and their creators; expert commentary and/or music-only audio tracks on select cartoons; bonus short: "What's cookin' Doc?' featuring Bugs Bunny at the Academy Awards.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
(Disc 1) The Milky Way (MGM, 1940) -- The Yankee Doodle mouse (MGM, 1943, Tom & Jerry) -- Mouse trouble (MGM, 1944, Tom & Jerry) -- Quiet please! (MGM, 1945, Tom & Jerry) -- The cat concerto (MGM, 1947, Tom & Jerry) -- Tweety Pie (WB, 1947) -- The little orphan (MGM, 1949, Tom & Jerry) -- For scent-imental reasons (WB, 1949, Pepe Le Pew) -- So much for so little (a special educational Warner Brothers short, 1949) -- The two mouseketeers (MGM, 1951, Tom & Jerry) -- Johann Mouse (MGM, 1952, Tom & Jerry) -- Speedy Gonzales (MGM, 1955) -- Birds anonymous (WB, 1957, Tweety & Sylvester) -- Knighty knight Bugs (WB, 1958, Bugs Bunny) -- The dot and the line (MGM, 1965 / Chuck Jones).
(Disc 2) Popeye the Sailor meets Sinbad the Sailor (Paramount /Fleischer, 1936) -- Peace on Earth (MGM, 1939) -- A wild hare (WB, 1940, Bugs Bunny) -- Puss gets the boot (MGM, 1940, Tom and Jerry) -- Superman (Paramount /Fleischer, 1941) -- Hiawatha's rabbit hunt (WB, 1941, Bugs Bunny) -- Rhapsody in rivets (WB, 1941) -- The night before Christmas (MGM, 1941, Tom & Jerry) -- Blitz wolf (MGM, 1942) -- Pigs in a polka (WB, 1942) -- Swooner crooner (WB, 1944) -- Walky talky hawky (WB, 1946, Foghorn Leghorn) -- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse (MGM, 1947, Tom & Jerry) -- Mouse wreckers (Warner Bros., 1948).
(Disc 3) Hatch up your troubles (MGM, 1949, Tom & Jerry) -- Jerry's cousin (MGM, 1950, Tom & Jerry) -- Little Johnny Jet (MGM, 1952) -- Touch,̌ pussy cat! (MGM, 1954, Tom & Jerry) -- From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (Warner Bros., 1953) -- Sandy Claws (WB, 1954, Tweety & Sylvester) -- Good will to men (MGM, 1955) -- Tabasco Road (Warner Bros., 1957, Speedy Gonzales) -- One Droopy knight (MGM, 1957, Droopy) -- High note (WB, 1960 / Chuck Jones) -- Nelly's folly (WB, 1961) -- Now hear this (WB, 1962 / Chuck Jones).
|Restrictions on Access Note:||
This DVD is copy protected and may be played only on licensed devices.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment presents 15 Academy Award winner and 26 nominee animated cartoons. Features characters such as the Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, Droopy, Popeye, Superman, Line & Squiggle, and many more.
|Target Audience Note:||
Not rated; intended for the adult collector and may not be suitable for children.
|System Details Note:||
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) and widescreen (letterbox, enhanced) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., dual-layer.
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
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