Mickey Mouse. What does he mean to you? What if I said Walt Disney? The thing is, there's no difference between the two. Both continue to bring -not only the young, but the old as well- joy that lasts forever. They are both symbols of innocence, fantasy, happiness, nostalgia, and adventure. You see, Mickey and Walt, they are one.Not a spoiler-free blog.Spread the Christmas cheer!
Imagine if Walt Disney was still alive, and you could actually meet him. And you could shake his hand. Then imagine yourself reacting to his death, and how while you’re sad, you got to meet that man one time.
People-oriented and fun-loving, they make things more fun for others by their enjoyment. Living for the moment, they love new experiences. They dislike theory and impersonal analysis. Interested in serving others. Likely to be the center of attention in social situations. Well-developed common sense and practical ability.
One of the best sequences I’ve ever seen pitched was the climax of this movie. John Ripa pitched it, and the room was quiet. We stopped and then Lasseter said, “I’ve never seen anything like that before.” We gave John Ripa a standing ovation, because if we can make the movie support this ending, it’s going to be a great movie.
CLASSIC MAGIC. a mix for the best disney classics (listen)
Under The Sea, The Little Mermaid • The Bare Necessities, Mogli • Why Should I Worry, Oliver and Company • Circle Of Life, The Lion King • Cruella De Vill, 101 Dalmatians • Everybody Wants To Be a Cat, The Aristocats • Friend Like Me, Aladdin • Go The Distance, Hercules • Just Around The Riverbend, Pocahontas • Best of Friends, The Fox and the Hound • Be Our Guest, Beauty and the Beast • Prince Ali, Aladdin • Reflection, Mulan • Son Of Man, Tarzan • Out There, The Hunchback Of Notre Dame • Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Mary Poppins • In A World Of My Own, Alice in Wonderland • A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes, Cinderella