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Description: The heart is a battlefield where struggles between nice and evil, light and darkness rage.Frostlight, a naive girl, disregards the fortuneteller's warnings, and tries too difficult in keeping Westwind's heart. Her attempts catch the attention of Asura, and a fight breaks out. Frostlight quickly boards a mysterious ship and departs on a perilous and wonderful journey. This strange ship carries a cast of helpless, tormented souls as it drifts through a mysterious space, unable to create port. The souls fear that Asura should strike at any moment and send them to the Asuran Realm, never to return.
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Description: The storyline begins approx. 2000 years after the human race has destroyed itself in a mixture of ecological disaster and fight hell. Contrary to all actual odds, it's the sheep who have taken over planet World as the dominant race (all of it grew out of the boy made cloning experiments with sheep). In order not to repeat mankind's mistakes, the major virtues are actually ecology and peace. Unity and uniformity is actually the fundamental cornerstone of culture: If we just stick together, we can handle everything and everyone. This is where we meet our character "Woolfert", a loser among loser wolves, easy minded and lonely, living on an old human dump. Woolfert simply wants a more easy and natural world, though he isn't quite sure what that is.
Description: A collection of Winnie the Pooh's memorable vacation adventures, as Winnie, Piglet, and Tigger set out to search the right ingredients for Winter, Rabbit learns how to manage a complicated Thanksgiving dinner, and everyone gets a unique visit from a fresh friend. Featuring a number of delicious songs for singing along, this video is sure to become a favourite vacation classic.
Description: It was the largest football minigame of his life and Stewart (Larry the Cucumber) had a possibility to victory it all. Injured in one terrible play, his hopes of testing in the Salad Bowl-and living a life of fame and fortune-are dashed forever. Years later, silly-but-sweet Stewart loves his family, mates and job at the toy train factory, but still wonders "what if" things had been different. When he meets a mysterious train conductor who can turn back time, Stewart gets a possibility to have the life he everytime wanted. Will he search all he's been looking for? And what does this mean for those he loves most? Search out in this storyline of wonder and a lesson in being content.
Description: A tiny guy called Szczepan slowly sinks into the realms of madness because of the tragic love that he feels towards Helena, a cold-blooded temptress who rejects him without batting an eye.
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Description: Join Tom Cat and Jerry Mouse for the thrill of the chase with a several winter chills tossed in, as they dash through the snow - headed straight for laughs. Skate through the classic war of wits in these classics filled with purrfect comic timing and side-splitting sight gags!
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Description: In Donald Duck’s Christmas Favorites you’ll be treated to some of the greatest and most hilarious cartoon shorts from the days when Walt Disney himself added his magical touch to every film. The full result of his presence can be felt in these sparkling gems that for generations have brought joy and laughter to children and families everywhere. Wish to search out how a true snow ball war is done? Explore how to replace snow with popcorn? Learn how an alpine expedition could not be done? You’ll receive all the answers you need in this collection of Donald Duck’s Christmas Favorites – a delicious winter collection from all of us to all of you. Features: Hockey Champ (1939), Snow war (1942), Rescue dog (1947), Chip an' Dale (1947), Winter storage (1949), Toy Tinkers (1949), Corn Chips (1951), On ice (1935), Alpine climbers (1936), The art of skiing (1941)
Description: A solitary boy works in a tall office building. The only moment in his drab life that's out of the ordinary every year seems to be opening the birthday card and gift from his mother. Usually it's a tie, but one year it's an accordion. It goes into the closet with his many ties. A year or two later, he discovers what happens to the papers he processes each day. His discovery sends him first to the building's top floor, then to his closet.
Description: In the all-new original 22 minute episode, Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Scarecrow, Scooby-Doo and the rest of the ghost-busting gang visit a quiet farm city where everyone prepares for the annual Halloween harvest celebration. Of course, things are not as quiet as they seem, since the town's creepy cornfield is plagued by a scarecrow brought to life by a witch's curse! Will our always-hungry heroes, Scooby-Doo and Shaggy be able to stop gulping down goodies long enough to solve this mystery?
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Description: An accurate depiction of the primary tenets of northern Mahayana Buddhism, cast into living or "experiential" form, consistent with strong mantras heard on the soundtrack of the film. Tarthang Tulku, a Tibetan Lama, was the advisor.
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I once heard that Disney's marketing department was concerned about how Mickey Mouse was depicted in 1995's Runaway Brain, because Mickey's brain was switched with an evil brain, making Mickey a rampaging villain in the cartoon. I wonder what they would think if they had to store Der Fuehrer's Face with Donald Duck wearing a Nazi uniform and, at one point, resembling Hitler. Of course, this isn't the true Donald (as it wasn't the true Mickey in Runaway Brain); it was all a terrible dream for Donald. However, the photo alone of Donald in `Nutzi Land' is somewhat shocking.Nevertheless, Der Fuehrer's Face exhibits some of the best gags I've seen in any cartoon. In Donald's nightmare, he has to do some odd exercises that contort his body into a swastika-like shape. His cuckoo clock bird looks like Hitler as he comes out of the clock doing a Heil Hitler salute. And terrible Donald is forced to work in an ammunition factory where he has to salute Hitler each time he sees his picture, which is about after each another ammunition shell. It's just so surprising to seeing Hitler and the Nazis being made fun of in this way, in a cartoon no less, you can't support but laugh.Finally Donald wakes up in his red, white, and blue pajamas and is relieved to see his Statue of Liberty souvenir and realizing he's everytime lived in the `good, old United States of America.' This cartoon is really quite a sight to see. It makes fun of the enemy, gives folks a nice laugh, and displays some nice patriotism. A nice cartoon, in my opinion, even if it borders on controversial nowadays. It's a product of its time, and it's just a fine piece of entertainment.My IMDb Rating: 10/10
In this marvelously surreal and funny short, Donald Duck is a topics of Nazi Germany, forced to create munitions for the Reich. He has to endure abysmal meal rations (wooden bread, Aroma of Bacon and Eggs, and coffee brewed from a single bean), superhuman workloads, 30 seconds of forced calisthenics for his "vacation", and an unrelenting barrage of Hitler portraits which he gotta hail unfailingly - or else! It's all too much for Donald, who has a nervous breakdown, and the movie disintegrates into a bizarre phantasmagoria of dancing missiles and stomping boots. Thankfully, it was all just a terrible dream, and Donald is relieved to see that the hailing shadow on the wall is cast by his Statue of Liberty on the window sill. As he kisses it he proclaims, wearing his star-spangled jammies, "Am I glad to be a citizen of the United States of America." This cartoon, perhaps the most savagely satirical Disney ever made, was a sensation in its day, winning the Oscar and spawning a hit song. After the war, however, it was shelved and kept out of public circulation - and not without reason. Actually it has been released on DVD as part of the perfect Walt Disney Treasures collection, "Walt Disney on the Front Lines", for discerning movie buffs to enjoy. Many will search it disquieting to see a beloved American icon wearing a brownshirt uniform with swastika armband, hailing pictures of Hitler, and goose stepping to work; but then, Donald doesn't seem too thrilled about it, either. In no method does this cartoon promote Nazism. Instead, it punctures its pretensions of superiority by reducing its brutality to absurd slapstick, turning its Ubermensch into buffoonish caricatures. (Bear in mind that at the time of this cartoon the real extent of Hitler's inhumanity was unknown to the Allied countries.) As Mel Brooks has noted, the greatest method to deal with creatures like Hitler is to laugh at them. So go ahead and laugh, laugh, right at Der Fuehrer's Face.
The first time I saw screen caps of this short cartoon, I didn't know what to think. Then I saw it, and realized how intelligent those guys at Disney are.I won't really give anything away (it's about Donald Duck working for the Nazis, and in real Disney style, comes to a pretty ending), but you could just see it yourself. It's a magnificent example of how terrible the Nazi troops were treated and overworked mixed with comedy. About finding it, you can download it off a several internet joke websites (someone of an IMDb thread for this film posted a url from steak and cheese DOT COM), and it was recently released as part of a Disney box set of War-time shorts commemorating the WWII era. It's also accessible in a lot of college libraries, in a 16mm print.My rating: 10/10 (a cute nice cartoon poking fun at the WWII political state).
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