I think by now you all should know what DVNR looks like (in case you've forgotten click here and here). So I'll just be posting some more examples of how DVNR has been destroying the Golden Age of animation.
"HERE COME THE CO-EDS" (VHS)
"Chew Chew Baby" (1945)
LOONEY TUNES GOLDEN COLLECTION
"Boobs in the Woods" (1950)
"Canary Row" (1950)
LOONEY TUNES GOLDEN COLLECTION VOL. 2
"The Big Snooze" (1946)
TOM & JERRY SPOTLIGHT COLLECTION
"Kitty Foiled" (1948)
PETER PAN: SPECIAL EDITION
Yes, Disney used it too. It's nowhere near as severe as the shorts, but this movie has been mutilated color-wise ever since it came to home video. DVNR just adds insult to injury.
So what can we do about it? Luckily there are people who care at the studios, whether you think so or not. George Feltenstein at Warner Home Video (and in charge of the Golden Collections) despises DVNR as much as I do, and beginning with Vol. 3, there has been minimal DVNR on the sets (it still showed up on "The Last Hungry Cat" and "The Bear That Wasn't" though).
"Falling Hare" was one of the first pre-1948 titles remastered for DVD. Luckily they caught this one and were able to restore it properly. The left is what you have on your DVD. The right is what you would've gotten.
This has been a public service announcement.