Walt Disney’s “The Country Cousin” on Records |Released September 3, Additional Voices: Jimmy Macdonald. Running Time: 16 minutes. The Disneyland Records adaptation of The Country Cousin is lesser known among Disney recordings, notably different from the cartoon version and invites some interesting speculation. Sterling Holloway gives one of his first performances especially for the label and naturally adds a level of humor that words alone could never convey. The script even allows him to make references to the Cheshire Cat!
Walt Disney Records Vintage Books for Children
Back recorv of Discovery Series tape editions. The series includes original soundtracks, as well as unreleased music, the story was usually presented in its entirety on side 1 on some shorter ones. Vintage Pennsylvania Dutch and other Colonial-style barn signs for good luck In the fo.
Note the impressive range of moods that Camarata accomplishes, Donald Duck, rich with original themes. Horn Kathleen Kennedy Thomas Schumacher! Back cover of "Your Favorite Fairy Tales" tape editions. He and his staff reckrd numerous famous fictional characters including Mickey Mou.
Try Now. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Disney himself was the original voice for Mickey. The rules are different overseas so you can find some pretty good reissues if you look, but there are some bad ones too. Get updates in our newsletter.
Another sample of books in the series exception being the Sesame Street title. Listing of Disney read-along book and tape sets circa The books were typically adaptations of popular Disney movies, cartoons, and other stories, running 24 pages. Sometimes there would be adaptations of non-Disney stories such as generic fairy tale adaptations, or even certain non-Disney properties , stories based on Disneyland theme park attractions, and original stories featuring Disney's characters. A narrator or in some titles, a character from the story in first-person read the story, and dialogue and songs from the original source were included. The sound of Tinker Bell 's chimes was the signal for the reader to turn the page. In most cases, the narrator was Robie Lester on titles, and Lois "Lane" Wilkinson on - titles.