This ghoulishly delightful 4-disc set contains four classics Disney TV specials, and six theatrical shorts.
"DISNEY'S HALLOWEEN TREAT" - Celebrate the Halloween season with this magical collection of classic scenes from Walt Disney's greatest animated features and cartoon shorts. With the pumpkin as your host, you'll be taken on a halloween journey through the wonderful world of Disney animation in this supernatural animated treat.
This Full-length 46 minute TV special from 1982 is restored to surprising quality considering its rarity. Crisp picture, and clear audio is a treat for fans revisiting this classic.
"DISNEY'S HALLOWEEN HALL O' FAME" is a television special that first aired on October 30, 1977 as part of The Wonderful World of Disney. The special featured Jonathan Winters as a security guard working late at the Walt Disney Productions studio on Halloween night. He is accompanied by his dog, Peanuts. Winters, bitter about working on Halloween night, stumbles upon the prop room at the studio and begins acting out scenes with various props. Eventually he finds a crystal ball containing a talking pumpkin, Jack O'Lantern (also played by Winters). Jack O'Lantern is hiding out from Halloween because it is no longer scary like it was in "the old days". The dialogue between the security guard and the pumpkin is interspersed with Halloween-related Disney cartoons, that Jack O'Lantern shows the security guard in his crystal ball and which the audience gets to enjoy.
After the cartoons, the night watchman provokes the jack-o'-lantern to come out of hiding from the crystal ball and go back to celebrating Halloween the way he's supposed to because the trick or treaters are counting on him to show up tonight. Then, jack-o'-lantern uses his magic powers to switch places with the night watchman. He laughs and heads out into the night to mix with the trick or treaters. Meanwhile the night watchman says that it look's like he's going to have a nice Halloween after all and incidentally if they see Mr. Pumpkin head on their block tonight he tells them to make sure that come backs before midnight or else.
Due to the extreme rarity of the film, the quality is approximately 8.5-9/10.
Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Scary Tales
• Donald Duck and the Gorilla
• Duck Pimples
• The Skeleton Dance
• Haunted House
• Donald's Lucky Day
• Pluto's Judgement Day
"A DISNEY HALLOWEEN" is a 90-minute Halloween-themed television special which originally aired as part of The Wonderful World of Disney on October 29, 1983.
The special is hosted by an offscreen narrator (voiced by Hal Douglas) and the Magic Mirror (using re-edited vintage footage of the late Hans Conried) which incorporates segments from both "Disney's Halloween Treat" (1982) and "Disney's Greatest Villains" (1977) episodes featuring classic short cartoons and excerpts of various villains from Disney feature films. The opening and closing credits feature footage of the 1929 Silly Symphony short "The Skeleton Dance", as did "Disney's Halloween Treat", but the coloring on the skeletons has been changed to green, orange, and dark green. The special was rebroadcast during October for the following years on ABC and The Disney Channel until the late 1990s.
On Blu-ray is a restored version manufactured on demand using BD-R recordable media for your viewing pleasure. This is not a retail set. This is unofficial, fan-made set. Due to the rarity of the film the quality is approximately 9-9.5/10.
"DISNEY'S GREATEST VILLAINS" was originally an episode of The Wonderful World of Disney. It was a somewhat updated version of 1956's "Our Unsung Villains", featuring additional Disney villains after 1956, up to and including Madame Medusa, the villain in the then-upcoming Disney film The Rescuers. But it would be shown again in reruns, the last time being on the Vault Disney block of programming on the Disney Channel. In 1983, portions of "Disney's Greatest Villains" were incorporated into the 90-minute special A Disney Halloween.
This DVD presents the UK version, which was released on video in the UK in 1983. This version featured additional Disney villains and was hosted not by the Magic Mirror, but by Shere Khan and Kaa from the Jungle Book.
Due to the extreme rarity of this film the quality is approximately 8-9/10.
• Captain Hook - Peter Pan (1953)
• Lady Tremaine - Cinderella (1950)
• Cruella DeVil - One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
• The Queen of Hearts - Alice in Wonderland (1951)
• The Queen - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
• The Coachman - Pinocchio (1940)
• Madam Mim - The Sword in the Stone (1963)
• The Dragon - Dragonslayer (1981)
• The Squid - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)
• Maleficent - Sleeping Beauty (1959)
• Pete - The Lone Chipmunks (1954)
• Big Bad Wolf - The Three Little Pigs (1933)
• The Shark - Bee at the Beach (1950)
• Willie the Giant - Mickey and the Beanstalk (1947)
• Madame Medusa - The Rescuers (1977)
• Prince John - Robin Hood (1973)
• Hans Reinhardt - The Black Hole (1979)
• Master Control Program - TRON (1982)
• Mr. Dark - Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
• John Stephenson - Shere Khan
• Hal Smith - Kaa
Please note, these are out of print films transferred to BD-R & DVD-R. Or they were recorded from tapes that had entered the public domain, reproduced on demand using BD-R recordable media for your viewing pleasure. This is not a retail set. This is unofficial, fan-made set. No rights are given or implied and any incidental costs that may be involved is not for product, but labor, materials, time and shipping.
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