Looking for old Disney Cartoons!

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Does anyone out there know a place where to buy or has in possession
the old Disney short cartoon "The Coyote´s Lament"? It is also a part
of "Disney Cartoon Parade Vol 2" which I am also searching for.
Thanks! Jan-Erik
 
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jeh@hos.sandnet.se (Jan-Erik Hedlund) wrote in message news:
> Does anyone out there know a place where to buy or has in possession
> the old Disney short cartoon "The Coyote´s Lament"? It is also a part
> of "Disney Cartoon Parade Vol 2" which I am also searching for.
> Thanks! Jan-Erik

Disney Cartoon Parade Volume 2 was only released on CED videodisc. I
have the DiscoVision laserdisc, made in 1979. eBay is probably the
only place you could find it now, but it only shows up every year or
two.
 
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mbeals@juno.com (Mark Beals) wrote in message news:<4e46f9e7.0407291354.43bc4579@posting.google.com>...
> jeh@hos.sandnet.se (Jan-Erik Hedlund) wrote in message news:
> > Does anyone out there know a place where to buy or has in possession
> > the old Disney short cartoon "The Coyote´s Lament"? It is also a part
> > of "Disney Cartoon Parade Vol 2" which I am also searching for.
> > Thanks! Jan-Erik
>
> Disney Cartoon Parade Volume 2 was only released on CED videodisc. I
> have the DiscoVision laserdisc, made in 1979. eBay is probably the
> only place you could find it now, but it only shows up every year or
> two.


Thank you for you answer! I have some additional questions regarding
the CED and other laserdisc systems: Are all laserdisc systems
compatible? Is there a simple way/service to transfer the laserdisc
video onto a CD?
(Laserdisc systems have never been a hit in Sweden...only few people
have imported players and discs...)
 
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The CED videodisc is mechanical in nature.
It uses a stylus pickup, where the Laservision/Laserdisc/CD-Video uses a
laser-pickup.

Two completely different ways of providing a videosignal for your TV-set.

Do a Google on the CED video disc and be surprised.
It's very fascinating stuff.

Best regards

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Brian Hougaard Baldersbæk
Frejasvej 14
DK6400 Sønderborg
 
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