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|Classic Cartoon Favorites Vol 1 - Starring Mickey|
Genres: Kids & Family, Animation
An hour-long collection of Disney cartoons. Mickey's Circus, 1936, Circus for orphans: Donald and trained seals. Mickey as M.C. Seals steal show, enrage Donald, chase. Gag with cannon. Result: Donald on high wire, falls in... more »
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Nichole R. (spottycat) from SN BERNRDNO, CA
Reviewed on 4/23/2013...
My boys enjoy these classic Mickey cartoons.
BL N. from HONEA PATH, SC
Reviewed on 6/14/2010...
Deborah B. from OAK RIDGE, TN
Reviewed on 9/15/2009...
My Child loves to see to see these older Disney cartoons that pump up the visual comedy, compared to all the new talking cartoons. If your kid is going through a Micky Mouse phase, this is a great DVD.
Mickey is hardly on his own DVD!
(1 out of 5 stars)
"It's like Disney doesn't care about their hero, Mickey Mouse. I mean, shouldn't a Mickey video really be about MICKEY? Donald Duck, Goofy, And Pluto are really the stars in the cartoons that the Disney Studio picked for this DVD. Mickey almost gets nothing to do!!
"Mickey's Circus" is mostly about Donald.
"Hawaiian Holiday" is mostly about Goofy and Pluto and Mickey only appears for a few Moments!
"Moving Day" is mostly about Goofy.
"Orphan's Picnic," is mostly about Donald.
Mickey is the star in the other three cartoons but that's still not good, he's the star for less than half of his own DVD!!
One of my friends has the Walt Disney Treasure Mickey DVD and it has lots and lots of cartoons where Mickey is really the star. Why aren't some of those on This DVD, is what I want to know?"
A nice intro to Disney Cartoons.
The Inspector | Decatur, AL | 03/25/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Unlike my fellow reviewers, my five-year-old and I think this DVD is great. "Hawaiian Holiday" was playing (over and over again) on Disney World TV when we were at the Wilderness Lodge Resort and we've been hooked ever since. No, it is not as complete as the Disney Treasues, but they are nice additions to our collection."
Classic Cartoon Favorites, Vol. 1
GKL | 01/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I watched these in the 1940s on 8mm home movies, silent versions. Donald Duck should also get a billing along with Mickey Mouse. They are still good with sound and color. They are timeless in the story lines and character's personalities. I was so happy to find them still available."