posted December 11, 2007 06:57 PM
I have all of these but didn't know they were ever available in color. They are indeed the complete cartoons, perhaps missing a few seconds of the opening titles; why they edited them that way is beyond me, but they are otherwise complete as labelled.
Not too long ago I finished a pulse sync CD for the Goofy reel, but haven't had time for a show yet to actually use it.
From: Nouméa, New Caledonia
Registered: Jun 2003
posted December 12, 2007 10:22 PM
quote: as I have a print of the Donald Duck one, which consists of "Donalds Golf game" and "Inferior Decorator". Beautiful color, by the way.
Osi, when you say "beautiful" can you clarify which colour tone it tends to be?: AGFA (good but blueish) or Kodak SP (sometimes good but warmth/brownish) or Kodak LPP (good but greenish) or Eastman LPP (I like this, good and neutral tone).
posted December 30, 2007 12:10 PM
I think a few of the older disneys actually were on kodachrome and very nice from that Era, then went to eastman acetate, some eatman poly then and a few SP eastman and finally a few shorts got on to LPP as did a fair few of the 400 compilations and the bits now available new either on afga LF poly if been on the shelves a while or Kodak poly LPP. Best Mark.
posted February 07, 2011 04:20 AM
I have the Donald Duck Reel with color and sound...good quality And i have the Goofy Reel with black and white sound...on the Reel is Goofy and Wilbur and Two Gun Goofy