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Description: Thomas and his mates would like to want all of you a very Merry Christmas. In this unique collection of seasonal favorites, you'll experience first hand the joy and magic the vacation season brings to the Island of Sodor. See if Percy's snow-covered face tricks James and the rest of the engines into thinking they have seen the very scary Jack Frost. Cheer on Thomas, Harold, Percy, and Terence as they shovel out stranded villagers just in time for Christmas. Satisfied Holidays!
Description: Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1 is a Blu-ray Disc and DVD box set by Warner Home Video. It was released on November 15, 2011. It includes 50 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons and numerous supplements. A DVD ver of the box set was released on July 3, 2012, but contained no extras. All but seven cartoons included on this volume - Lovelorn Leghorn, The Hasty Hare, Hare-Way to the Stars, Bill of Hare, A Witch's Tangled Hare, Feline Frame-Up, and From A to Z-Z-Z-Z - have been previously released, either as a part of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection or a Looney Tunes Super Stars DVD.
Description: Charlie trips on a hole in his carpet and decides the family needs a fresh one. He buys one but decides to install it himself (rather than hiring a professional). Things do not go smoothly. He gets in hot water with a policeman on the method home and breaks a window with the carpet upon returning.
Description: The chase continues as Tom the cat pursues Jerry the mouse through seven vintage cartoons. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera directed the greatest of these: "The Flying Cat" (1952); "Missing Mouse" (1953); "Two Tiny Indians" (1953); the Oscar-nominated "Touché, Pussy Cat" (1954); and "The Flying Sorceress" (1956). The latter finds Tom tormenting his rodent nemesis from the air after borrowing a magic broom of a witch voiced by June Foray -- a.k.a. Rocky of Rocky & Bullwinkle -- among others. While the mayhem quotient is still high, these are less violent than the duo's 1940 cartoons. This collection also contains two lesser cartoons directed by Chuck Jones, "Is There a Doctor in the House?" (1964) and "Haunted Mouse" (1965).
Description: Gabby Gator tries to cook Woody for dinner, but he instead finds himself the pursued when an unfriendly cousin, a crocodile, decides that an alligator would be a tasty dish. Gabby's radar spies Woody heading toward the Okedokee Swamp, so he snares Woody in a set and tries to create Woody think that he's arrived at Gabby's Health Resort. Woody later finds that he's destined to be the main ingredient in a Woodpecker stew. He managed to escape from Gabby with the support of the crocodile, who occupies Gabby with his own chase.
Description: "Put out that light!" Gandy Goose and Sourpuss are Civil Defense air raid wardens on the home front during Globe Fight II. They come across a rooster and his family. The rooster fails to heed the media warnings to prepare in advance for blackout drills and scrambles to search suitable materials to create a blackout room in his house- with covered-up windows and no lights on- when the drill does come with hilarious results.
Description: Gandy (who sleeps with Sourpuss for some unknown reason) dreams about Sourpuss's girlfriend, so Sourpuss keeps waking him up and beating the heck out of him. Later, Sourpuss figures out how he can receive into the dreams, too.
Description: When the sailing ship 'Hesperus' gets into problem in a raging sea-storm, the ever-vigilant lighthouse keeper, Mighty Mouse, flies forth and comes to the rescue of the captain, his fair-maiden daughter, and the crew.
Description: At the Sandwich Islands, which contains the "deviled egg" island, the "hot dog on a bun" island, and the "hamburger" island (with a sign, "Hold the Onions"), we see a boy on the "tunaville" island surveying the zone with a telescope. He notices a crate full of musical instruments wash ashore and alerts the others. The tribe finds these instruments strange and unusual at first but eventually really receive the hang of them, particularly one member who plays a hot piano, his testing being somewhat interrupted by a pestiferous crab.
Description: The opening stage shows a war going on, and a soldier says his commanding officer that they're running weak on artillery. The commanding officer smartphones in to headquarters, and he says them of the situation. During the rest of the cartoon, a song says how all scrap donations are required for the fight effort. Dump trucks and horsedrawn carts going up and down town streets, and folks throw their scraps, such as old pots, pans and shoes, into the truck/wagon. At one point, someone throws a picture of Adolf Hitler into the back of one of the wagons. The song goes "Have you got any scrap, have you got any wood, any iron, rubber, or tin? For we need all your might, Uncle Sam's in a fight, and he needs your support again."
Description: This animated journey details one of Nintendo's most famous characters, that lovable puffball Kirby. In this action-filled movie, Kirby wars a fleet of mysterious spaceships that have the effrontery to attack Dream Land. Our pint-sized character embarks on a nerve-shattering adventure into deep space, where he gotta confront his ultimate nightmare: the diabolical eNeMeE. Will Kirby emerge unscathed and victorious?
Description: Tiny Willie's huge imagination turns his family-home in the suburbs into the old Wild WEst when he puts on his cowboy suit, guns, holsters and hat, and goes out to enjoy with his mate Archie.(No, this is not Archie Andrews.) The two men have some desperate adventures, until Willie's mom calls him in to take his afternoon nap.
Description: In this entry in Universal-International's "Foolish Fable" series (U-I production number 8327), Herman the Turtle's only ambition is to be able to fly. He reads articles on the topics and also enrolls in Madam Bluejay's Flying School, all of which leads to failure. He pays an eagle to give him flying lessons but the eagle drops him in the ocean and kills him. But Herman goes to Turtle Heaven where he is given a pair of wings and flies to his content. The "Be attentive what you want for" moral goes unstated.
Description: Mr. Brown's birthday is drawing near and Paddington is worried because he can't afford to purchase him a present. His efforts to raise some cash lead him into a series of misadventures, first as a waiter at a society dinner, then as the dancing partner of the hostess, Mrs. Smith-Cholmley, in a televised dance tournament at the local charity ball.
Description: A sheep rancher entrusts his goofy sheepdog Dizzy to guard his herd one night. The dog is said to blow a whistle when he sees a wolf, but he spends his time fooling his master by "crying wolf," and he proceeds to blow the whistle for no reason another than to excite the farmer. The fun starts when a true wolf shows up to steal the flock after Dizzy has worn out his warning. Taken from the "Boy Who Cried Wolf" story.
Description: The Jingling Bros. Circus is performing for one night only in the city that farm horse Sugarfoot lives in. Paw has Sugarfoot pulling a plow. A fresh billboard goes up with cute circus horse Starbrite's picture on it. She is a star at the circus. Sugarfoot falls for her and leaves his farm to meet her. Once he arrives, he sees Starbrite's trainer beating her. Sugarfoot kicks the villainous circus trainer. Sugarfoot woos the crowd with his ability to thwart the mad trainer, who keeps shooting at him with a rifle and missing each shot while, at the same time, getting the worst end of every thing he attempts to do to wrangle the horse. Paw is discouraged until Sugarfoot shows up again... this time with a bride and four tiny ponies.
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