Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Cartoon Collections

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The Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Cartoon Collections was a series of Disney videos compiling cartoon shorts produced between 1936 and 1954. It was a Disney attempt at releasing its stable of cartoon shorts to video under their own label, after their DiscoVision experiment.[1] The discs were released in 1981 and 1982,[2] two years before Disney unveiled The Disney Channel and two years also before they released Walt Disney Cartoon Classics.

There were three videos released in all, each with six shorts. Each of the six shorts presented included two cartoons each starring Mickey Mouse, two each starring Pluto and two each starring Donald Duck. There were no cartoons that starred Goofy (the only time Goofy appeared in a cartoon was if he costarred alongside Mickey and/or Donald). Other patterns seemed to include at least one 1930s Mickey short each and one short each placing Donald opposite Chip 'n' Dale. Many of the presented shorts were reissued on later Disney releases on video and DVD.

Featured Videos[edit]

Volume One[edit]

Volume Two[edit]

  • Society Dog Show (1939) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Pluto and Fifi" in 1987)
  • Pluto's Sweater (1949)
  • Donald Applecore (1952) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Chip 'n' Dale" in 1987)
  • The Little Whirlwind (1941) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Mickey and Minnie" in 1987)
  • Pluto's Blue Note (1947) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Pluto and Fifi" in 1987)
  • Donald's Diary (1954) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Donald and Daisy" in 1987)

Volume Three[edit]

  • Boat Builders (1938) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Mickey and the Gang" in 1989)
  • Pluto's Quin-puplets (1937) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Pluto and Fifi" in 1987)
  • Chef Donald (1941)
  • Moose Hunters (1937) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Mickey and the Gang" in 1989)
  • Lend a Paw (1941)
  • Working For Peanuts (1953) (Reissued on "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Starring Chip 'n' Dale" in 1987)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Walt Disney Productions' Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale". Blam Entertainment Group. 10 October 1998. 
  2. ^ "LaserVision Landmarks Walt Disney Home Video". Laservision Landmarks. 23 April 2008. 

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