Volume 5 of the Walt Disney Animation Collection, includes the classic short film “Wind in the Willows” and all of the shorts included on the disc include a lesson about life. The DVD includes the following shorts:
Wind in the Willows – This 1949 short is a classic unto itself. I often here people asking where the trippy Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride gets it’s theme. This is the cartoon. So check out what happens when Mr. Toad lands his new ride.
The Ugly Duckling – This 1938 short is a classic retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson story.
The Grasshopper and the Ants – This 1934 Silly Symphony has a grasshopper, who sounds a lot like Goofy, fiddling away while the ants work hard. When the weather changes and the Grasshopper needs food, it is the hard working ants who save the day.
The Golden Touch – Classic tale of the King who could turn things into gold is retold in this 1935 Silly Symphony short.
The Robber Kitten – This 1935 Silly Symphony is about a kitten who wants to be a crook. When he meets a real crook, he changes his ways.
The Wise Little Hen -This 1934 Silly Symphony short introduced Donald Duck to the world. In the short, hard work is shown to be rewarding.
The disc has Dolby Digital Surround Sound, a 1.33:1 aspect ratio and English, French and Spanish subtitles. It is a mere $14.99, so order yours today.
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