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VoiceTalentBrendan  
#21 Posted : Sunday, July 15, 2018 9:10:11 PM(UTC)
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the original MMC website has something interesting as part of their lost segments lists:
a live action version of A Cowboy Needs a Horse from the 1950's Mickey Mouse Club (a year before the animated short came out)
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http://www.originalmmc.com/losteps7.html
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#22 Posted : Tuesday, July 31, 2018 7:47:11 AM(UTC)
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Currently working, restored Song of The South Click here

Also I was wondering if anyone knows where to watch the full One Hour In Wonderland from 1950? I can only find clips on youtube.
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#23 Posted : Wednesday, November 21, 2018 7:50:32 PM(UTC)
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in the year 1998, the 1996 extended cut of Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) was shown as part of Vault Disney on The Disney Channel.

here is the collection of "gears behind the ears" segments before the film started.



Thanks for sharing!

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#24 Posted : Friday, December 14, 2018 4:02:50 AM(UTC)
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Released in the UK in celebration of the late Walt DIsney's100th birthday in the year 2001,
"Walt Disney's Favourite Christmas Stories" (take the word favourite with a grain of salt if this is not true.)


footage with walt from his weekly tv seires including a short rare glimpse at the 1963 intro to From All of Us To All of You.

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#25 Posted : Friday, January 4, 2019 1:29:22 AM(UTC)
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More of Walt Disney's People and Places travelouges

Walt Disney's 1956 People & Places Featurette SARDINA


first half

second half


Siam (USA 1954, Walt Disney) in Technicolor


People and Places: Blue Men of Moroco
https://archive.org/details/bluemenofmorocco

and Jim Korkis' article about them:

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#26 Posted : Friday, January 4, 2019 2:48:39 AM(UTC)
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Taking a glimpse at The Blue Man of Morocco and remembering reading a pressbook for Sardinia, I noticed that the link to the former shows it in Academy ratio and the latter doesn't mention anything about Sardinia being shot in CinemaScope.

Which People & Places shorts were shot in CinemaScope? (There's not much information about the series online, and every article I've read erroneously states that every short, save the first one, utilized the process)
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#27 Posted : Friday, January 4, 2019 3:13:26 AM(UTC)
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Taking a glimpse at The Blue Man of Morocco and remembering reading a pressbook for Sardinia, I noticed that the link to the former shows it in Academy ratio and the latter doesn't mention anything about Sardinia being shot in CinemaScope.

Which People & Places shorts were shot in CinemaScope? (There's not much information about the series online, and every article I've read erroneously states that every short, save the first one, utilized the process)


All but The Alaskan Eskimo were filmed in CinemaScope. But there were "Academy" versions created for the benefit of theaters that weren't equipped to show them that way, just as most other widescreen films of the time.

There's a full-frame version of Disneyland, U.S.A. floating on YouTube somewhere.
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#28 Posted : Friday, January 4, 2019 7:00:30 AM(UTC)
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All but The Alaskan Eskimo were filmed in CinemaScope. But there were "Academy" versions created for the benefit of theaters that weren't equipped to show them that way, just as most other widescreen films of the time.

There's a full-frame version of Disneyland, U.S.A. floating on YouTube somewhere.

Interesting.....but aside from Men Against the Arctic and (for obvious reasons) Disneyland, U.S.A., I haven't seen any evidence that nearly every P&P short was made in CinemaScope (on IMDb, Siam's aspect ratio is even classified as 1.37:1 - the Academy ratio; some of the shorts' pages on D23's website make no mention of them being filmed in CinemaScope).

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#29 Posted : Monday, January 14, 2019 9:42:25 AM(UTC)
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https://archive.org/deta...yvonne-wang_archive_Niok
Niok 1960 (actually it's 1957) a french film shot in Cambodia that Walt released in the USA.


https://archive.org/details/aworldisborn
16mm of "Rite of Spring" from Fantasia (1940) retitled "A World is Born"

Leonard Maltin:
"When I was a kid, they used to show just the "Rite of Spring" seqence. in school. in science class!
I remember they thred up the 16mm projector and show us the "Rite of Spring" as a kind of instructional film on the creation of the earth.
(Laughs) That's rather extrodinary."
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#30 Posted : Saturday, January 26, 2019 10:25:42 PM(UTC)
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"Before Walt Disney's weekly TV series Disneyland (AKA:The Wonderful World of Disney)Disney had two TV speicals One Hour in Wonderland and The Walt Disney Christmas Show."

Hello,

I have both complete versions of the One Hour In Wonderland & WD Christmas Show if anyone is interested.

I am a newbie, so please PM me if wanted?

Regards
Chris

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Hello all:

I'm a newbie and long time Disney TV video collector. I have been trying to find copies of these 8 Disney People & Places films.

If there is anyone who might be able to help, I can hopefully provide something in return for you?

I thank you for any help you might provide. If you have any information, please PM me?

Films I would like to find:
Cruise Of The Eagle
Danube, The
Japan
Lapland
Portugal
Samoa
Scotland
Seven Cities Of Antarctica

Thank you again
Chris J.


Mod edit: Following post added. Please try not to double-post within the span of a few hours.

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#31 Posted : Saturday, February 9, 2019 12:59:20 AM(UTC)
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Extended cuts of Disney Movies

there was a time when Disney (and Anchor Bay) made restored exented cuts of Disney films

even Disney made extended "Special Edition" cuts of some of their animated Disney renissance films.

somewhere around the early to mid 2010's Disney quit doing that, and for most of their classic films that extended were back to their theatrical cuts.



Bedknobs and Broomsticks 25 Annversary edition 139 mins 1996 (LaserDisc 1996/VHS Disney DVD 2001/Disney DVD 2009) restoration director: Scott McQween



The Happiest Millionare Roadshow Cut 172 mins 1999 (Anchor Bay VHS DVD 1999/Disney DVD 2004)
http://articles.latimes....9/entertainment/ca-60536


Fantasia 60th Annversary Roadshow Cut 2000 124 mins (Disney DVD 2000/Disney Bluray and DVD 2010) restoration director: Scott McQween

added scenes with Deems Taylor's onscreen appearance and more footage of the orchrestra was restored. unforuntently the soundtrack for Deems voice was shortened for the 1946/1956 reissues.
so Cory Burton was brought in to redub Deems.


there was an attempt to make a longer version of Watcher in the Woods (1981)
more about it here:
http://www.oocities.org/...cin4/watchermystery.html


Beauty and Beast Speical Edition 91 mins 2002
"Human Again" added

The Lion King Speical Edition 90 mins 2003
"Morning Report" added. (currently as a bonus feature)

Pochantas Speical Edition 84 mins 2005
"If I Never Knew You" (currently as a bonus feature)
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#32 Posted : Wednesday, February 13, 2019 7:22:20 AM(UTC)
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On January 1, 1974, Walt Disney Productions presented a special Orange Bowl halftime show honoring the company's 50th anniversary. (Starts at 6:28)

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Man, Monsters and Mysteries (also 1974)


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