Mickey Mouse has his own musical march, his own parade and his own postage stamp, but before Mickey ever set animated foot on Walt Disney’s paper, there was a little guy by the name of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. This floppy-eared star appeared in Walt Disney’s first cartoon series, called The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit. Oswald was both fun and mischievous in numerous shorts between 1927 and 1928, but most of those shows were seldom seen. Until now. We’re giving away one limited-edition DVD of The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, complete with collectible art inside its tin case.
To enter to win this free limited-edition Walt Disney Treasures DVD of The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, you must simply be 18 years old or older and “>submit an entry. This contest is open to every country worldwide (America, Canada, U.K., Japan, Germany, etc.). You may submit an entry once per day through 11:59pm PST on February 27. When the contest ends we’ll select a winner, send him or her an email for address confirmation, and ship the DVD upon confirmation.
Movie description: In The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, Disney fans can for the first time ever see a comprehensive collection of Walt Disney’s Oswald shorts — all featuring new scores composed especially for this release. The long-lost rabbit — who predates Mickey Mouse — is remembered here in animated shorts and a documentary about Ub Iwerks.