TCM Treasures FromThe Disney Vault- Page 5 - Forum.
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-03-30T00:08:53Z
Now Showing

looks like the golden touch got the remastered treatment.
WaltWiz1901
2018-03-30T02:10:10Z
I'm currently watching Mickey's Trailer......and it looks like they showed it with a more "original" series title slate! The version I watched on Facebook looked like it had another short's series card spliced into it, so this was a pleasant surprise.

What was also a pleasant surprise was the fact they're actually showing the classic shorts on television again - does anyone here wish Disney Channel was able to do the same thing now and also that these shorts were available on Blu-ray?
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-03-30T03:08:20Z
Originally Posted by: WaltWiz1901 

I'm currently watching Mickey's Trailer......and it looks like they showed it with a more "original" series title slate! The version I watched on Facebook looked like it had another short's series card spliced into it, so this was a pleasant surprise.

What was also a pleasant surprise was the fact they're actually showing the classic shorts on television again - does anyone here wish Disney Channel was able to do the same thing now and also that these shorts were available on Blu-ray?



I agree, and I wish they get rid of the sitcoms
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-03-30T06:24:25Z
both In Search of the Castaways (1962), Family Band (1968) and Natty Gann (1985) are in widescreen

As Natty Gann is on TCM I now share something from my Art of Prydain Tumblr blog:
https://art-ofprydain.tu...dron-ost-09-finale#notes 

The Black Cauldron is not the only Disney film that Elmer Bernstein did music for. The 2nd Disney film he did was The Journey of Natty Gann (1985) which was rejected in favor of a new score by James Horner.

here is a YouTube link to the music track from Elmer’s rejected score for Disney’s The Journey of Natty Gann
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPu_GhjuCBo 

Natty Gann will be on Turner Classic Movies March 30th (early in the morning)

Elmer’s rejected score can be purchased here
https://www.amazon.com/J...RID=8X12ZD66VR69P0SQEF3S 

and here Elmer's music score for The Black Cauldron can be purchased here
https://www.amazon.com/B...RID=8X12ZD66VR69P0SQEF3S 
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-04-07T18:49:29Z
TCM Treasures from The Disney Vault will be back on June 6th 2018

http://www.tcm.com/sched...est&sdate=2018-06-01 

A Trip Through The Disney Studio (1937 short)

The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures (1975 live action clip show feature)

The Legend of Lobo (1962 Live Action)

Greyfriars Bobby (1961 live action)

Society Dog Show (1939 Mickey Mouse and Pluto)

Pluto's Purchase (1948 Pluto)

Big Red (1962 live action)

Moose Hunters (1937 Mickey, Donald and Goofy)

Benji The Hunted (1987 live action)

The Biscuit Eater (1972 live action)
LuckyToon
2018-04-08T09:27:07Z
Originally Posted by: VoiceTalentBrendan 

Originally Posted by: WaltWiz1901 

I'm currently watching Mickey's Trailer......and it looks like they showed it with a more "original" series title slate! The version I watched on Facebook looked like it had another short's series card spliced into it, so this was a pleasant surprise.

What was also a pleasant surprise was the fact they're actually showing the classic shorts on television again - does anyone here wish Disney Channel was able to do the same thing now and also that these shorts were available on Blu-ray?



I agree, and I wish they get rid of the sitcoms



I'm with you.

"Please Disney, stop copying Nickelodeon!"
nickramer
2018-04-13T19:55:10Z
I blame "It's a Laugh!" for those shows. Very poor writers there.
ToonStar95
2018-04-13T22:48:44Z
I kinda agree. For some reason, "Mickey's Trailer" looked a bit...off.
WaltWiz1901
2018-04-13T23:12:57Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

I blame "It's a Laugh!" for those shows. Very poor writers there.


I agree, I could barely care less about their schlock.

Even if this is a "Treasures from the Disney Vault" thread, I still can't believe the Disney Channel still relies on their crappy "kid-coms" and their lopsided Mickey Mouse cartoons to pull in ratings. If they really wanted to do that, they should resume airing the real classic cartoons and, to a lower extent, their library of "retro" television shows. Part of the reason the initial waves of the Walt Disney Treasures DVDs sold well despite their limited quantity run was because both the shorts and shows that would later be included there were doing extremely well on the "Vault Disney" block, which would unfortunately be cancelled not long after the first wave came out.
PopKorn Kat
2018-04-14T01:28:19Z
Originally Posted by: WaltWiz1901 

Originally Posted by: nickramer 

I blame "It's a Laugh!" for those shows. Very poor writers there.


I agree, I could barely care less about their schlock.

Even if this is a "Treasures from the Disney Vault" thread, I still can't believe the Disney Channel still relies on their crappy "kid-coms" and their lopsided Mickey Mouse cartoons to pull in ratings. If they really wanted to do that, they should resume airing the real classic cartoons and, to a lower extent, their library of "retro" television shows. Part of the reason the initial waves of the Walt Disney Treasures DVDs sold well despite their limited quantity run was because both the shorts and shows that would later be included there were doing extremely well on the "Vault Disney" block, which would unfortunately be cancelled not long after the first wave came out.



I don't want to sound stern or rude, but can you please keep the conversation on the topic of Disney programs on TCM? Thank you.
WaltWiz1901
2018-04-14T18:38:03Z
Originally Posted by: ToonStar95 

I kinda agree. For some reason, "Mickey's Trailer" looked a bit...off.


The last post was talking about "It's a Laugh!" (the production company), not Have a Laugh!. As flawed as that was, at least it gave modern viewers a taste of the classic shorts (even if they were cut down for time).

Let's get back on topic, shall we?
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-06-08T20:20:40Z
schedule change in the TCM's Treasures from The Disney Vault program

Disney's The Biscuit Eater (1972) got replaced by RKO's Banjo (1947)
nickramer
2018-06-09T15:45:38Z
Not sure why they changed that.

Also, my DVR didn't record "Pluto's Purchase" which was preceded by the introduction to "Big Red". I enjoyed these introduction and I was wondering where I can introduction online or if anyone here can at least do a transcript of it here. I would really appreciate it.
ToonStar95
2018-08-01T17:59:56Z
The next Treasures from the Disney Vault is scheduled for October 15th. We don't know the full schedule, but The Black Hole (1979) is coming on at 12:15am.
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-08-01T20:05:42Z
I'll be looking forward for these. thank you
ohmahaaha
2018-08-01T21:04:26Z
I really miss the Treasures DVD releases, although had they continued I guess it would have played out by now. I'm so glad we can still get these on TCM!!
monks19
2018-08-02T21:55:20Z
Originally Posted by: ohmahaaha 

I really miss the Treasures DVD releases, although had they continued I guess it would have played out by now. I'm so glad we can still get these on TCM!!



Speak for yourself and enjoy the TCM US channel.
Looney Tunes Fan
2018-09-01T22:07:47Z
Originally Posted by: ToonStar95 

The next Treasures from the Disney Vault is scheduled for October 15th. We don't know the full schedule, but The Black Hole (1979) is coming on at 12:15am.



Here's the majority of the schedule (for whatever reason, the movie at 2AM isn't listed yet) 🙂 (all times Eastern):

*8PM - Magician Mickey (1937)/Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)
*10:15PM - The Little Whirlwind (1941)/Flight of the Navigator (1986)
*12:15AM - The Black Hole (1979)
*2AM - Pluto's Sweater (1949)/The Cat From Outer Space (1978) <----thanks to ToonStar95 for the info regarding the main feature! :)
*4AM - The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (1980)
nickramer
2018-09-02T03:41:18Z
Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: ToonStar95 

The next Treasures from the Disney Vault is scheduled for October 15th. We don't know the full schedule, but The Black Hole (1979) is coming on at 12:15am.



Here's the majority of the schedule (for whatever reason, the movie at 2AM isn't listed yet) 🙂 (all times Eastern):

*8PM - Magician Mickey (1937)/Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)
*10:15PM - The Little Whirlwind (1941)/Flight of the Navigator (1986)
*12:15AM - The Black Hole (1979)
*2AM - Pluto's Sweater (1949)/Feature TBA
*4AM - The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (1980)



Interesting list. Nice to see "Flight of the Navigator" on there. It's one of those films that I haven't seen in years, yet it's still fresh in my mind. Plus, a Felix doll is shown in one scene (surpassingly, not a Mickey doll).
ToonStar95
2018-09-06T22:49:47Z
The 2:00AM feature after Pluto's Sweater is The Cat from Outer Space (1978).
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