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#696925
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Three Little Pigs 1933 Preservation: Anyone wanna help?
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Here's the story on what changes this film has gone through over the years.

'' One sequence in the cartoon which showed the Big Bad Wolf dressed as a Jewish peddler was excised from the film after its release[when?] and was re-animated so the Wolf would be a Fuller Brush Man, albeit one with a Yiddish accent. A nose, glasses and beard disguise also remained. Airings on American television have edited this further by using the Fuller Brush Man footage and redubbing the Wolf's voice so that he does not sound stereotypically Jewish. When the film was released on home video, the scene was further edited: the topical 'Fuller Brush Man' line "I'm the Fuller Brush Man...I'm giving a free sample!" was changed to the incongruous "I'm the Fuller Brush Man - I'm working my way through college" for this and all subsequent home video releases.''

I have the Itunes USA release with the Jewish peddler animation and the redubbed dialogue. I simply need some to dub the original audio back into the film. Granted it might need to be cleaned up abit.

Where would i get the original audio which has never been released on home video?

This CD has the original 1933 soundtrack!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/With-Smile-And-Song-Cartoon/dp/B00004RCAQ

I can provide the film and the audio track, i just need someone who can dub to provide their skills to the project.

If anyone is interested, please let me know.

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#696618
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New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh - Preservation Project
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Thank you very much for doing this jerryshadoe!

This was a very good series, alot of fun and adventure. Disney Television Animation was on a real roll back then, all of these shows were of very high quality.

With that said, the home video releases have indeed been pretty awful. This is one of the few series that has barely even had it's opening/closings attached to it's releases. Just like the 80's Berenstain Bears cartoon. Not sure why these fantastic shows have gotten a raw deal on home video, they ever even completed things like the Gummi Bears.

I'll refrain from rambling and thank you again for undertaking this project. It's one i've always dreamed of doing myself, but i just don't have the video editing skills right now. Hopefully you can get it up on the spleen in individual files, but i will be happy to have whatever.

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#691491
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Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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I just read this line about the 2013 Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Blu Ray and i have a question.

'' The 2013 Blu-ray is cropped top and bottom to achieve the HDTV friendly aspect ratio of 1.75:1, shows signs of over restoration and is also over bright.  Um, the audio mix is supposed to be good(?)

Blu Ray Forum has this BD listed at 1.66:1 while theaters in 1977 were directed to project it in 1.75:1. 

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Many-Adventures-of-Winnie-the-Pooh-Blu-ray/44466/

Is Blu Ray Forum wrong? Is the Blu Ray actually 1:75:1 like the recent Jungle Book BD?

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#691382
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Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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I also want to say how impressed i am with the time and effort everybody has spent putting together these amazing comparisons. I've been searching the web for something like this for years, glad to be here.

Now i have to say, i'm really angry looking at those 92 laserdisc vs 2014 Jungle Book comparisons, why isn't Louie orange anymore? Ugh!