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100 Cartoon Classics
100 Cartoon Classics
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
NR     2004     12hr 3min

Mile a minute yuks with this DVD of 100 Cartoon Classics! SAVE BIG BUCKS! Kid friendly, with plenty of humor for adults! Some of them you'll recognize on sight... others are gems dug up from the vaults of cartoon history. ...  more »
     
     
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Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, Television, Animation
Studio: Digital 1 Stop
Format: DVD - Color - Animated
DVD Release Date: 03/23/2004
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 12hr 3min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 12
SwapaDVD Credits: 12
Total Copies: 2
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Most are hardly 'classics', but there's enough to enjoy.
Ronald H.E.A. Rebel | Amersfoort, The Netherlands | 03/04/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Who can complain at about $0.25 per cartoon? So they aren't all 'classics', and maybe most kids of today won't like them. But if you're a bit older (39, I must confess ;), still can enjoy cartoons, and are interested in more than just the topfavorites, then you can like quite a few of these 100 cartoons.

THE COMPLETE LIST OF CARTOONS:
* Popeye
"Popeye Meets Aladdin & His Wonderful Lamp"
"Ancient Fistory"
"Taxi Turvy"
"Popeye for President"
"Assault & Flattery"
"Fright to the Finish"
"Bride & Gloom"
"Gopher Spinach"
"Customers Wanted"
"Out to Punch"
"Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves"
"Spree Lunch"
"Greek Mirthology"
"Parlez Vous Woo"
"A Haul in One"
"I Don't Scare"
"Insect to Injury"
"Cookin' with Gags"
"Suteye Popeye"
"Floor Flusher"
"Let's Sing Along with Popeye"
"All's Fair at the Fair"

* Tom & Jerry
"A Spanish Twist"
"Piano Tooners"
"The Tuba Tooter"
"Plane Dumb"
"Redskin Blues"
"Jolly Fish"
"Barnyard Bunk"

* Baby Huey
"Quack a Doodle Doo"

* Felix the Cat
"April Maze"

* Betty Boop
"My Friend the Monkey"
"On with the New"
"Pudgy Takes a Bow-Wow"
"Rhythm on the Reservation"

* The Three Stooges
"Hairbrained Barbers"
"The Littlest Martian"

* Gabby
"Fire Cheese"
"Gabby Goes Fishing"

* Little Audrey
"The Lost Dream"

* Little Lulu
"Cad and Caddy"

* Bertha
"Marriage Wows"

* Uncle Tom
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"

* Scotty
"Scotty Finds a Home"
* Toby the Pup
"The Museum"

* Herman
"The Henpecked Rooster"

* The Little King
"Sultan Pepper"

* Mutt & Jeff
"Westward Whoa"

* Molly Moo Cow
"Molly Moo-Cow and the Indians"
"Molly Moo Cow & Robinson Crusoe"

* Heckle & Jeckle
"The Talking Magpies"

* Toonerville Trolley
"Trolley Ahoy"
"Toonerville Picnic"

* Various
"Ali Baba"
"The Magic Horn"
"Brave Molly"
"Hasty and the Princess"
"The Kindhearted Girl"
"The Three Sisters"
"The Proud Princess"
"The Sunshine Makers"
"Nearlyweds"
"Once Upon a Time"
"Little Brown Jug"
"Parrotville Post Office"
"Snow Man"
"Spinning Mice"
"Goofy Goat Antics"
"Parrotville Old Folks"
"Le Escargo"
"Circus Capers"
"A Mutt in a Rut"
"Red Riding Hood"
"The Story of Time"
"Nursery Scandal"
"Comin' Round the Mountain"
"Boy Meets Dog"
"Crazytown"
"The Golden State"
"Winter Draws On"
"It's a Greek Life"
"Jerky Turkey"
"Picnic Panic"
"Doggone Tired"
"Cupid Gets His Man"
"Time for Love"
"Mendelssohn's Spring Song"
"Little Stranger"
"Little Hawk"
"Hawaiian Birds"
"The Hoffnung Symphony Orchestra"
"Peeping Penguins"
"A Car-Tune Portrait"
"Hoffnung Vacuum Cleaner"
"Play Safe"
"The Hoffnung Music Academy"
"Ants in the Plants"
"Professor YaYa's Memories""
This set gets 5 stars just for existing.
Kimba W. Lion | the East Coast | 07/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am loving the DVD scene. Production costs have obvisously gone low enough that Public Domain releases are coming into their own. And that's what this is: a collection of old cartoons that are in the Public Domain. Which means pretty much stuff you haven't seen before.

This is not a set for children. Society has changed so much that we are just Not Allowed to think some of the thoughts that went into the jokes in these cartoons. Which means there is a subversive quality to this collection, which means it needs to exist.

Some of these cartoons are simply bad. Some are very interesting. There are 4 Hoffnung Symphony Orchestra cartoons from the Halasz-Batchelor studio in England, designed for a very specialized audience but which I'm glad to have seen.

I'm amused that someone said that the Tom and Jerry cartoons are the only "real" cartoons in this box, since these Tom and Jerrys have nothing at all to do with the cat and mouse. They are amusing, though.

The fun in this set is discovering something that I've never seen before (which means it will be a while before I get around to the Popeyes and other "famous" cartoons). Like I said, some of these are simply bad, but a lot are simply amazing in a "what kind of drugs were they on in the 1930s" way. There's no way I would watch more than one disc at a sitting, and there's no way I would inflict these on a child. But I'm having fun with this set.

Being a Public Domain release, basically it's put together from whatever old films they could find. Don't expect digital restoration. But the transfers are for the most part clean and clear, lightyears ahead of what we were getting on PD VHS tapes."
A nice collection of PD cartoons
Robert M. Bratcher Jr. | Houston, Texas USA | 02/21/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Large box with 12 double sided DVD's each in it's own cardboard sleeve.

As stated before the Tom & Jerry cartoons are not the cat and mouse but 2 men instead. The New Three Sttoges are cartoons only with no live action in them.

Adult cartton buffs (such as myself) will like this set but todays children may not as many of these cartoons were made for an adult audience. Better to get todays kids cartoon sets made by Warner Brothers with characters such as Bugs Bynny, Daffy Duck & Tweety..."
Some Real Gems Here
Garry L. Morey | Verona, IL United States | 12/27/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I'm not a big fan of the movie 50-Packs. Most are throw-away losers and not worth the price no matter how cheap. But this 100-Pack of old cartoons is a pretty good deal. The modern cartoons in production today are so pathetically abysmal that I won't let my grandkids watch them. In their effort to be politically correct and multicultural they've managed to take out all the humor. I show the kids these old gems and they love them. Kids are smart enough to know that no one is really getting hurt and it's all for fun.

As with all these multi-packs, be ready for some sub-standard audio/video quality. These are not digitally remastered. But for the price they are enjoyable and your kids can see cartoons that are actually funny. Beware that the "Tom & Jerry" listed on the pack is not the cat and mouse series that everyone is familiar with. This Tom & Jerry series is from the 1930s and is about two men. There is still a lot of good stuff here for the price.

(I would also recommend the Looney Tunes Classics that are available at Amazon. These are many of the Warner Brothers cartoons that have been remastered with great results.)"