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Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

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  • Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

    Involved car accidents, was animated from a top down view demonstrating driving techniques and how to avoid car accidents and such. Used to see it on Disney back in the late 80's and early 90's before the channel turned to what we got today.

    Any advice on what it might be or leads on how to track it down likea source for listing of things aired on the channel back when it was great? Think it was a 1 time show (Not a series), kind of like things like the Little House (The animated version of the Virginia Lee Burton childrens book) that used to be aired on the channel.

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    Re: Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

    Was Goofy in it? I remember them showing the Goofy safe driving cartoons when I took driver's ed many moons ago.

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      Re: Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

      Perhaps, its been a while. I remember there being narration to it though that wasn't a Disney voice like Goofy's

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        Re: Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

        "Walt Disney presents Goofy to show the problems of safe driving on highways and freeways. Viewers may laugh, but they are sure to get the message. Covers: on and off ramps; following distances; reaction time; braking and much more. "

        Just found that after doing a search, that sounds exactly like what I was remembering.

        Thanks!

        Any idea rather or not stuff like this is available on DVD? A internet search isn't turning anything up so far, so I doubt it.

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          Re: Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

          I don't think so. I'd like a copy myself though. Loved those. I remember sevral years ago I caught one of them on Disney Channel and I recorded most of it. Unfortunately I have no idea where the video tape is. I've moved 4 times in the last 6 years so it could've gotten misplaced somewhere.

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            Re: Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

            Don't know if it's the Goofy one, but I rmember that one - the Mr. Wheeler/Mr. Walker one like Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde.

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              Re: Looking for a old Disney show, any suggestions?

              The Goofy cartoon was Motor Mania (1950) and had the two Goofy incarnations of Mr. Walker/Pedestrian and Mr. Wheeler/Motorist. I seem to remember a different version of it (same story, same script) with Ludwig Von Drake doing the narration instead. That might be the one you remember from drivers' ed.
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