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Aesop's Fables (Volume 1)
Included are "Up in the Air" ('26), "Flying Hoofs" ('28), "Rooster and the Eagle" ('28), "Wicked City" ('26), "Red Hot Sands" ('28), "Hitting the Rails" ('28), "Runaway Balloon" ('28), and "Fable of the Alley Cat" ('28). ...
Aesop's Fables: Fly Hi
Fly Hi" is a nice play on words, as two romantic flies say hi to each other musically over the phone, meet at her place, and then listen to music played by an insidious German-accented spider. After playing classical music ...
Walt Disney Silly Symphony: The Tortoise and the Hare
The version Disney offers here is the one familiar from his early print publications of this fable. Toby Tortoise and Max Hare appear first at their training camps. Much of the cartoon centers on Miss Cottontail's boarding ...
Aesop's Fables (Volume 2)
This tape's label is incorrect. It has a different number from the first volume but then lists the same cartoons. In fact, the tape presents a new set of cartoons, beginning with "Jungle Sports." In it, an explorer and an ...
Aesop's Fables (Volume 3)
This tape lists only its name and number on the label. At least there is no mistake!
The Rat Who Retired from the World
This series uses the same Cosby framework as the earlier Lorimar tape but presents only one interrupted fable and adds a cartoon at the end. This fable helps make it clear that what we are really dealing with here is La ...
The Cat and the Old Mouse
This series uses the same Cosby framework as the earlier Lorimar tape but presents only one interrupted fable and adds a cartoon at the end. This tape features excellent animation work. The rhymed fable's words begin with ...
Aesop's Fables III: The Hen with the Golden Eggs and Other Tales
Originally copyrighted apparently by Blue Lion and SSR-RTSI in 1981. I suspect that there may have been an Italian original behind this now-English presentation. While the voice-over narration is in English, I suspect that ...
Delightful fables following traditional tales, though sometimes with new characters. Apparently, each fable receives an extensive repeated introduction, as though they were made not for seeing all at once but rather for ...
The Eagle and the Owl
This series uses the same Cosby framework as the earlier Lorimar tapes but presents only one interrupted fable and adds a cartoon at the end. A viewer watches for a long time in this almost twelve-minute story before coming ...