Directed by John Kahrs – and talked about frequently here on the Brew – Disney has just posted the complete film online.
CG remakes of hand-drawn cartoons are generally a letdown. This is the exception.
Italian-American artist Joe Magro was hired at Disney in 1936 during the studio’s expansion to produce Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Magro left Disney in 1937 and returned to the East Coast. When Magro left, his Disney colleagues presented him with a “good luck” book filled with gag drawings.
Welcome to Disney 2013, where synergy rules – or perhaps, runs amok!
Just in case you’re interested, Glenn Beck discussed Walt Disney and read from yesterday’s Cartoon Brew post…
Walt Disney has been accused of being everything from a racist to an anti-Semite to a megalomaniac. What can the Disney company do about it?
The pet project of UP director and flipbook aficionado Pete Docter: a packaged boxed-set of nine flipbooks.
Kevin’s cool papercut tribute is being used to help to those with Multiple Sclerosis.
Animation can provide a fascinating window into the past. In the 1950s and 60s, cars became a daily part of life and animation reflected the new automobile culture.