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TaleSpin, Vol. 2 [3 Discs] (DVD) (Eng)

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  • TaleSpin: Captains Outrageous (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Flight of the Snow Duck (1990)
  • TaleSpin: The Time Bandit (1990)
  • TaleSpin: A Baloo Switcheroo (1990)
  • TaleSpin: The Old Man and the Sea Duck (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Citizen Khan (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Feminine Air (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Cruel and Unusual Punishment (1990)
  • TaleSpin: A Jolly Molly Christmas (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Save the Tiger (1990)
  • TaleSpin: For Whom the Bell Klangs, Part 1 (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Last Horizons (1990)
  • TaleSpin: For Whom the Bell Klangs, Part 2 (1990)
  • TaleSpin: Double or Nothing (1990)
  • TaleSpin: My Fair Baloo (1993)
  • TaleSpin: Bringing Down Babyface (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Jumping the Guns (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Flight School Confidential (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Pizza Pie in the Sky (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Bullethead Baloo (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Baloo Thunder (1994)
  • TaleSpin: In Search of Ancient Blunders (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Sheepskin Deep (1994)
  • TaleSpin: Louie's Last Stand (1994)

    TaleSpin: Captains Outrageous
    As the latest meeting of the Jungle Aces Secret Midnight Club gets underway, walking disaster Oscar Vandersnoot is presented to Kit for potential membership. While Kit claims that Oscar deserves a chance to tell his adventure stories like everyone else, it's soon revealed that the newest member doesn't actually have too much to talk about. Later, as Kit and Oscar visit Wildcat for some tips on experiencing a true thrill, Don Karnage hatches a plan to kidnap the wannabe ace. Before long, talk of a top-secret anti-pirate weapon gets everyone worked up into a frenzy and Baloo finds his mission to deliver some vegetables unexpectedly complicated. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Flight of the Snow Duck
    Curious to see snow after reading a book about a Snow Duck with her babysitter Wildcat, Molly and Wildcat stow away on the Sea Duck as Baloo sets out to deliver pink flamingoes to the icy land of Thembria. Upon arriving in Thembria, Molly and Wildcat immediate set about making snowballs, building snowmen, and going sledding. But fun has been outlawed in Thembria, and now Molly and Wildcat have been tossed in jail for frolicking in the snow. Now, as everyone does their best to cook up a plan for escape, Molly remains determined that the Snow Duck will sweep down from the sky to rescue them. When that doesn't happen and Molly starts to get down, Wildcat assures her that imagination can go a long way in helping someone to get out of a tight jam. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: The Time Bandit
    When Becky refuses to give Baloo a twenty-four hour advance on his check, the scheming bear aviator hatches an elaborate plan to trick his boss into believing it's actually Saturday instead of Friday. At first Baloo's ingenious plan goes off without a hitch - he even convinces a local radio DJ to announce the wrong date - but when Becky truly starts to believe it's Saturday she scolds Baloo for neglecting his Friday deliveries. Now Baloo's pay will be docked until he makes the flight to Thembria, where Dunder and Spigot hear the radio announcer give the incorrect date. Subsequently, Dunder and Spigot inform the High Marshall that the calendar must be changed, and that any citizen of Thembria who insists that it's Friday will be immediately put to death. When Baloo and Becky arrive in Thembria, they are taken aback to discover a town consumed by chaos. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: A Baloo Switcheroo
    Sent by Professor O'Bowens to a forbidden temple in order to recover a mystical idol, Baloo and Kit run into some seriously scary pirates before inadvertently unleashing the extraordinary powers of the strange statue. While flying to the temple and locating the idol proves easy enough, dreadful pirates who long to claim the treasure for themselves launch a surprise attack on the adventurous trio. In order to keep the idol safe, Professor O'Bowens gives it to Baloo and Kit and tells them to take flight back home without him on the one condition that they never look into its eyes during a thunderstorm. When lightning strikes the curiosity proves too powerful for the furry pair to resist, and before they know it Baloo and Kit have switched bodies. Now if Baloo and Kit can just fend off the attacking pirates and hold the fort down until Professor O'Bowens returns, they may be able to reverse the curse before the sun rises and they become permanently trapped in the wrong bodies. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: The Old Man and the Sea Duck
    When Kit discovers a shortcut that could help he and Baloo stay on schedule and return home on time, it doesn't take long for the pair to realize that are about to navigate the dreaded Mirle Pass. The Mirle Pass is one of the most dangerous landscapes around, and during a desperate attempt to land in the ocean Baloo is knocked unconscious. Upon awakening, Baloo discovers that he is suffering from sever amnesia and cannot even remember how to fly. Though Kit and Wildcat try their best to get him airborne again, a flash thunderstorm forces the pair to leave Baloo behind in the Sea Duck. Fortunately for Baloo, Joe McGee is able to talk him through the landing over the radio. Now if McGee can only convince Biloo that he was once an ace pilot, perhaps the big brown bear can get back up in the sky where he truly belongs. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
    When Shere Kahn cuts a shady deal with the Finance Minister of Klopstokia that will grant Kahn Enterprises exclusive delivery contracts, Higher for Hire gets a much-needed boost in the form of ace barnstormer Whistlestop Jackson. As Jackson prepares to assume the role of Vice President at Higher for Hire, he offers Baloo a few tips on staying steady in the blue sky. Unfortunately Jackson gets himself in a troublesome bind, but Baloo heroically bails him out before any harm is done. Now, as Becky takes Baloo to task for showing off, the competition to one-up Kahn and land a lucrative contract quickly heats up. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Citizen Khan
    When Baloo takes a shortcut through the desert in order to prevent his cargo of Carnubian Kumquats from spoiling before delivery, a surprise ambush from below finds he and Wildcat suddenly captured as slaves by former servants of Shere Khan. Boomstone is a mining town that was once rich in silver until Khan harvested every last trace of the precious ore. Now the slaves of Boomstone have been forgotten, and they have begun mining a highly explosive rock known as Urgonium - which they believe could turn an impressive profit. Suddenly, one of the rocks explodes, blowing off Wildcat's hat and covering him in soot. As everyone in town begins to mistake Wildcat for Shere Khan, the sheriff attempts to prevent "Khan" from returning to Cape Suzette as the rebellious slave miners hatch a daring plan to get the Sea Duck back in flight. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Feminine Air
    Singled out for ribbing by Cool Hands and the other pilots due to the fact that he works for a woman, Baloo determines to take the top prize at the upcoming Great Air Scavenger Hunt in order to prove that he can cut through the clouds with the best of them. When Becky reveals that she needs the Sea Duck to drum up publicity on the day of the race and the only sponsor that the Baloo is able to land is the D.O.A. (Daughters of Aviation), the quick-thinking bear immediately schemes to dress in drag and pass himself off as Tan Margaret. Things soon get sticky when Baloo discovers that Becky had donated the Sea Duck to the D.O.A. specifically for the big event, and that his navigator will be none other than his overbearing boss. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Cruel and Unusual Punishment
    As the Pilot's Ball draws near and Becky's excitement level skyrockets, Baloo tries his best to lose a few extra pounds so he'll look svelte when dressed to the nines. In order to make that happen, Baloo enrolls in the Elizabeth Taper Center and prepares to endure the most vigorous weight-loss program around. When Wildcat accidentally drops Baloo at the Bedevilled Island Prison instead of the Elizabeth Taper Center, the portly bear mistakenly assumes that he brutal guards are the callous weight loss counselors he has been warned to watch out for. Unfortunately by the time Baloo realizes what's truly happening, he's racked up enough citations to be considered an actual prisoner of the Thembrian government. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: A Jolly Molly Christmas
    With the holidays looming close on the horizon, Becky longs for a substantial snowfall despite knowing that the only thing she is likely to see is rain. Later, Baloo tells Molly about the peppermint fairy, but fails to leave a tasty treat under her pillow when the time is right. Now Molly doesn't just doubt the existence of the peppermint fairy, but Santa Claus himself as well. Determined not to fail the impressionable Molly twice, Baloo hatches an ingenious plan to have Louie dress up like Santa and alter his restaurant to look like the North Pole. When Baloo takes Molly to get her present from the jolly old man in red in person, he is surprised to discover that the only thing she wants is snow for her mother. Perhaps with a substantial supply of soap shavings and a little help from the old Sea Duck Baloo can actually fill that fairly tall order. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Save the Tiger
    When Shere Khan's malfunctions and Baloo bravely steps in to save the day, a grateful Khan promises to grant his rescuer anything he wishes. At first Baloo requests only small things, but as time goes on his greed begins to show. Now it seems like each morning brings a new request from Biloo, and Khan quickly begins to resent being taken advantage of. When Baloo asks Khan for enough money to quit Hire for Higher, the scheming Khan arranges to have the big bear kidnapped. Now, in order to save their old friend, Kit and Becky liquidate all of their assets - including Higher for Hire - and set out to pay the ransom. Unfortunately for all involved things don't go precisely as planned. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: For Whom the Bell Klangs, Part 1
    A relaxing vacation turns into a frantic treasure hunt for Baloo and Louie when they inadvertently get mixed up with an archeologist determined to unearth the legendary Lost City of Tinabula. They swore that this vacation there would be no damsels in distress or wild goose chases, but when Baloo and Louie meet globetrotting adventurer Katie Dodd, the race is on to beat nefarious villain Thadeous E. Klang to the biggest discovery in the history of archeology. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Last Horizons
    Convinced that a parade should be staged in order to celebrate his greatness, Baloo sets out to discover the lost city of Panda-la and prove to everyone that he is truly worthy of celebration. When weeks of searching the wilderness yield nothing but disappointment, a saddened Baloo prepares to turn his plane around and head back home. At the exact moment he prepares to change his course Baloo is suddenly grounded by a powerful whirlwind and forced to search for help on the ground, eventually stumbling right into Panda-la. Not only do the locals welcome Baloo with open arms, but they even help to fix his plane as well. Later, the bear aviator sets flight for home, where a parade to celebrate his return quickly gets underway. But the entire city of Panda-la is soon looming over Cape Suzette and preparing to launch a devastating attack, and now the only way to avoid disaster is for Baloo to take to the sky and finally prove his true heroism. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: For Whom the Bell Klangs, Part 2
    Thadeous E. Klang has beaten Baloo and Louie to the Lost City of Tinabula, and when he discovers an ancient weapon that allows the user to create blinding sandstorms it begins to appear as if he's finally gotten the true upper hand. After bypassing a series of deadly booby traps with a little help from an unwilling Katie, the diabolical Klang discovers the ultimate weapon. Now, as Klang uses powerful sound waves to whip the desert sand high into the sky, Baloo and Louie race to save Katie before she is lost in the storm. With Scarabs and minions hot on their trail, Katie informs her heroic friends that the only way to beat Klang is to ring the mythical "Master Bell." But in order to get to the "Master Bell," the trio must first solve a series of brain-twisting puzzles. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Double or Nothing
    When the record handed down to Baloo by his father is accidentally broken, the despondent bear is thrilled to discover that the last remaining print of the LP is currently on sale for $100 at a local antique store. Now, as Baloo swipes $50 of Kit's hard earned cash, he does his best to prove why "easy money" shouldn't take any hard work. Of course everyone knows that there's no such thing as a free lunch, and when Baloo crosses Trader Moe, a once simple situation quickly gets complicated. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: My Fair Baloo
    When Becky fails to find a date for the Businessman's Ball, Kit suggests that she invite Baloo despite his questionable social skills. Despite Becky's skepticism, Kit and Wildcat do their best to provide their old pal with a crash course in proper manners. While at first it seems that all hope is lost, Baloo quickly shapes up when he learns that the dinner will take place on the famed Spruce Moose - a plane to enormous that it can't even navigate the cliffs of Cape Suzette. Unfortunately when the moment of truth comes, Baloo reverts back to his uncouth ways. All is forgiven, however, when Owl Capone and his gang attempt to hijack the Spruce Goose and Baloo proves to be the only passenger capable of stopping them. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Bringing Down Babyface
    Charged with the formidable task of transporting notorious criminal Babyface Half-Nelson from Prison Island to Cape Suzette, an unassuming Baloo is tricked when the cunning prisoner stealthily knocks the guard unconscious and switches outfits. Later, when the guard regains consciousness and realizes what's happened, he arrests Baloo for helping Babyface to escape. Just as Baloo succeeds in convincing the authorities that it was an honest mistake, two thugs recruited to spring Babyface by his mother show up and mistake the big bear for the feared gangster. Upon arriving back at Babyface's lair to find the criminal mastermind already in waiting, the goons realize their mistake and prepare to "retire" Baloo as instructed. With the cops now firmly convinced that he is in cahoots with the criminals and the criminals set to put him on ice, Baloo must quickly find a way out of this mess before it's too late. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Jumping the Guns
    Frustrated by his many failed attempts to gain entry into Cape Suzette, Don Carnage hatches an ingenious plan to steal the Sea Duck and get past the guards before anyone realizes what's happened. Unfortunately for Don Carnage Louie and Baloo catch wind of the plan and do their best to pilot the Iron Vulture from Pirate Island to Cape Suzette in time to prep the cliff-guns. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Flight School Confidential
    When Baloo claims that Kit is too young to fly and the eager youngster discovers that Thembria is training pilots from the age of twelve, it quickly becomes obvious that this flight school isn't what it appeared to be. It seems that General Spigot accidentally ordered an entire fleet of small planes, and now in order to avoid punishment he's sitting youngsters in the pilot seats in order to create the illusion that the planes are bigger than they really are. When Kit realizes that ace Thembrian pilot Tiny Bubbles will in fact be the one doing all of the flying, he hatches a foolproof plan to soar through the clouds regardless. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Pizza Pie in the Sky
    When Becky leaves Baloo and Kit in charge of Higher for Hire in order to attend the Better Business Boot Camp, Baloo's outrageous business ideas find the company unexpectedly drawing the attention of the Health Department. Becky is away, and in her absence Baloo and Louie have decided to start delivering pizzas. Of course Baloo doesn't have any real business experience, so after trying to transform Higher for Hire into a larger scale operation he ends up skimming the petty cash in order to purchase a heaping helping of rotten anchovies. When the anchovies cause chef Louie to pass out, the Health Department catches wind of the scheme and does their best to have the fledgling business shut down. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Bullethead Baloo
    Enraged that Shere Khan would reject his offer to purchase a Mechanical Electric Laborer robot, Dr. Axelotter vows revenge against Cape Suzette's most powerful businessman. Elsewhere, the Jungle Aces have become obsessed with a comic book superhero named Bullethead and Kit attempts to convince them that fictional do-gooders aren't nearly as brave as real-life pilots. When Kit cites Baloo as an example and the Jungle Aces prove unimpressed, the big bear borrows a rocket device from Professor Buzz and prepares to stage the ultimate sky stunt. Later, when the scheme interferes with a kidnapping plot involving one of Dr. Axelotter's robots, Buzz must make an embarrassing confession to the police while Baloo races to highlight the true threat to Khan. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
    En route to make a special delivery to Walla Walla Bing Bang, Baloo and his navigator cross paths with the big bear's old rival Airplane Jane only to discover that the competitive spirit is still going strong between the pair. Years back, Airplane Jane beat Biloo in a hotly contested race, and Biloo has been seeking to settle the score ever since. Now, in order to overcome her brother's challenge to the throne and prove that she is the true heir to the throne of Walla Walla Bing Bang, Princess Grace must produce Queen Maureen's Ruby Rings at the upcoming coronation. Given that the rings were lost long ago in the mountains of Walla Walla Bing Bang this will prove no easy task, but if Biloo can just locate this lost treasure before Airplane Jane perhaps he will be vindicated once and for all. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Baloo Thunder
    Baloo and Kit get a bitter taste of corporate politics in this episode of TaleSpin that finds one of Shere Khan's devious white collar workers attempting to sell his boss out to a rival company. Professor Buzz has just finished taking Baloo and Kit on a tour of Khan's research and development department when he hears corporate traitor Perry scheming to sell information on the Top Secret Flying Project to the Miniversal Corporation. Realizing the danger of such a leak, Buzz rushes to inform Khan of Perry's plan but it's already too late - Perry has beaten Buzz to the boss and now convinced Khan that the professor is the real Benedict Arnold. When Buzz absconds with the plans for the project suspicions over his loyalty only intensify, leaving Baloo and Kit to concoct a plan that will convince Khan of his innocence. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: In Search of Ancient Blunders
    Assigned the task of delivering an ancient Egyptian tablet to Aridia, Baloo and Wildcat find their mission quickly going awry due to the continued intrusion of the nefarious Don Carnage. Carnage knows that the tablet contains secret directions to the lost treasure of King Utmost, and he's determined to claim the legendary riches for himself. Upon arriving at their destination, Baloo and Wildcat discover that the Museum of Ancient History has yet to open, but Ministry of Culture archeologist Myra needs some serious help reading the coordinates off of the tablet. Still, getting to this treasure is going to be no easy task since the forward-thinking crowned head has set up countless booby traps in order to discourage trespassers. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Sheepskin Deep
    When Baloo doesn't receive an invitation to his upcoming high school reunion, a little investigation reveals that he never actually graduated. Now determined to earn his degree and reminisce with all of the rest of his old friends at the reunion, Baloo enrolls in classes with Kit while attempting to balance his education with his responsibilities at Higher for Hire. When Baloo is threatened with expulsion for his poor performance at school, he decides to take the equivalency test with a little help from his good pal Kit. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    TaleSpin: Louie's Last Stand
    When Douglas Benson becomes the laughing stock of Cape Suzette due to his outrageous investment ideas, Louie's attempt to help his old friend forget about the embarrassment backfires with potentially serious consequences. After performing some research on Louie's current lease, Benson discovers that Louie must be on the island at the time his deed expires for it to remain valid. Later, Benson attempts to have Louie forced off of the island by forging Shere Khan's signature on a document that gives Khan's Elite Pilot Squad full power over the property. Now it's up to Louie, Baloo, and Kit to stand up to Khan and his goons once and for all. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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