Academy Award animation collection videorecording] / 15 winners, 26 nominees DC Comics ; King Features Syndicate ; Warner Bros. Entertainment.
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- Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Academy Award animation collection [videorecording]
Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Academy Award animation collection [videorecording]
- Fullscreen and widescreen.
- Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, c2007.
3 videodiscs (323 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Cats -- Drama.
Mice -- Drama.
Birds -- Drama.
Tom (Fictitious character : Hanna and Barbera) -- Drama.
Jerry (Fictitious character : Hanna and Barbera) -- Drama.
Bugs Bunny (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Superman (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Popeye (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
- English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
- System Details:
- DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital mono., dual-layer.
- Warner Bros. Home Entertainment presents 15 Academy Award winner and 26 nominee animated cartoons. Features characters such as the Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, Droopy, Popeye, Superman, Line & Squiggle, and many more.
- (Disc 1) Milky Way (MGM, 1940)
Yankee Doodle mouse (MGM, 1943, Tom & Jerry)
Mouse trouble (MGM, 1944, Tom & Jerry)
Quiet please! (MGM, 1945, Tom & Jerry)
Cat concerto (MGM, 1947, Tom & Jerry)
Tweety Pie (WB, 1947)
Little orphan (MGM, 1949, Tom & Jerry)
For scent-imental reasons (WB, 1949, Pepe Le Pew)
So much for so little (a special educational Warner Brothers short, 1949)
Two mouseketeers (MGM, 1951, Tom & Jerry)
Johann Mouse (MGM, 1952, Tom & Jerry)
Speedy Gonzales (MGM, 1955)
Birds anonymous (WB, 1957, Tweety & Sylvester)
Knighty knight Bugs (WB, 1958, Bugs Bunny)
Dot and the line (MGM, 1965 / Chuck Jones).
(Disc 2) Popeye the Sailor meets Sinbad the Sailor (Paramount /Fleischer, 1936)
Peace on Earth (MGM, 1939)
Wild hare (WB, 1940, Bugs Bunny)
Puss gets the boot (MGM, 1940, Tom and Jerry)
Superman (Paramount /Fleischer, 1941)
Hiawatha's rabbit hunt (WB, 1941, Bugs Bunny)
Rhapsody in rivets (WB, 1941)
Night before Christmas (MGM, 1941, Tom & Jerry)
Blitz wolf (MGM, 1942)
Pigs in a polka (WB, 1942)
Swooner crooner (WB, 1944)
Walky talky hawky (WB, 1946, Foghorn Leghorn)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse (MGM, 1947, Tom & Jerry)
Mouse wreckers (Warner Bros., 1948).
(Disc 3) Hatch up your troubles (MGM, 1949, Tom & Jerry)
Jerry's cousin (MGM, 1950, Tom & Jerry)
Little Johnny Jet (MGM, 1952)
Touché, pussy cat! (MGM, 1954, Tom & Jerry)
From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (Warner Bros., 1953)
Sandy Claws (WB, 1954, Tweety & Sylvester)
Good will to men (MGM, 1955)
Tabasco Road (Warner Bros., 1957, Speedy Gonzales)
One Droopy knight (MGM, 1957, Droopy)
High note (WB, 1960 / Chuck Jones)
Nelly's folly (WB, 1961)
Now hear this (WB, 1962 / Chuck Jones).
- Contains 41 cartoons originally released between 1936 and 1965.
Special features: Disc one: Commentary by animator Mark Kausler on 'Quiet please!;' commentary by filmmaker Greg Ford on 'For scent-imental reasons;' commentary by historian Jerry Beck on 'So much for so little;' music only audio track on 'Speedy Gonzales;' commentary by director Eric Goldberg and music only audio track on 'The dot and the line.'
Special features: Disc two: Commentary by historian Jerry Beck and animators Leslie Cabarga, Ray Pointer and Bob Jaques on 'Popeye the Sailor meets Sinbad the Sailor;' commentary by filmmaker Greg Ford on 'Peace on Earth;' commentary by filmmaker Greg Ford on 'A wild hare;' commentary by animator Mark Kausler on 'Puss gets the boot;' commentary by producer Paul Dini on 'Superman;' commentary by director Eric Goldberg on 'Blitz wolf;' commentary by historian Jerry Beck on 'Walky talky hawky.'
Special features: Disc three: Music only audio track on 'Little Johnny Jet;' music only audio track on 'Touché, pussy cat!;' commentary by historian Amid Amidi on 'From A to Z-Z-Z-Z;' vocal chorus section isolated audio track on 'Good will to men;' music only audio track on 'Tabasco Road;' music only audio track on 'One Droopy knight;' commentary by Historian Amid Amidi on 'Now hear this;' new documentary "Drawn for glory: animation's triumph at the Oscars" recounting backstories of several Oscar-contending shorts and their creators; expert commentary and/or music-only audio tracks on select cartoons; bonus short: "What's cookin' Doc?' featuring Bugs Bunny at the Academy Awards.
- DC Comics, Inc.. , Producer
King Features Syndicate. , Producer
Warner Bros. Entertainment. , Producer
Warner Home Video (Firm). , Distributor
- Publisher Number:
200001529 Warner Home Video
200001530 Warner Home Video
200001531 Warner Home Video
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