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How to Hook Up Your Home Theater

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Plot Summary

Following in the great tradition of his classic "How To" animated shorts of the 1940's, Goofy makes his return to the big screen in "How to Hook Up Your Home Theater." When Goofy is desperate to watch the Big Game, he heads to his local electronics store to tackle every consumer's nightmare – selecting the perfect home theater system and worse, trying to hook it all up.

Customer Reviews

In the Great Tradition of How to Swim

Recapturing the greatness of the Golden Age shorts is, at best, elusive. Here's a great example of how to get it right. Topical and funny while true to the source, this short makes you long for the days when the theatrical shorts were the norm. Definately a must buy for any Disney animation fan.

Absolutely hilarious

I saw this when I went to see National Treasure 2. This is a very funny animated movie!! A must buy!!!

A fabulous return of cartoon shorts.

Traditional hand-drawn animation has returned to Disney, and so have the shorts. I've heard good things about this new Goofy short, and boy, it was really worth the 7 minutes. In the tradition of the original "How to" shorts, the Home Theater bit is quite a relevant subject to touch on, and they've kept it extremely faithful to the originals. The gags are great, and don't seem too edgy or over-the-top, compared to the original Disney shorts. And the animation was topnotch as well. For the voices, Corey Burton delivers a great performance of the announcer, while Bill Farmer does a great job as Goofy as usual. I highly recommend this great short. I really hope that Disney makes more theatrical shorts, possibly one with Donald Duck.

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