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  • . 90 The New Yorker David Denby It captures the city's bitter, wire-taut mood after September 11th, and I hope that Disney -- finds some way to bring this acrid and brilliant little picture to the large audience it deserves

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    Kinoeye: Suspiria
  • ademic analysis by Linda Schulte-Sasse.
    Vol 2 Issue 11 10 June 2002 KINOEYE E-MAIL UPDATES ARCHIVES COUNTRY ARCHIVES SEARCH HORROR The "mother" of all horror movies Dario Argento's Suspiria (1977) In this multi-layered examination of Argento's undisputed magnum opus, Linda Schulte-Sasse analyses the use of gothic spaces and sly references to fascism and the film's eligibility for being "Disney's hidden reverse." Dario Argento has been called the "Italian Hitchcock" and the "Visconti of Violence." Perhaps, but if we must pin a catchy canonical label to Argento, my vote would go to "Disney's hidden reverse, " and Suspiria (1977) is the best reason why
  • . Like Disney, Argento has no interest in realism whatsoever; Suspiria is self-consciously stylised, artificial and, as the first victim will remark in a kind of meta-commentary, "so absurd, so fantastic."] The characters are not psychologically developed, but correspond with folkloric types]: a protagonist on a quest by which she will lose her innocence; helper figures who show the way; and a malevolent maternal trio composed of dance instructor Miss Tanner (Alida Valli), administrator Madame Blanc (Joan Bennett), ] the whiteness of whose name stands in ironic contrast to the "Black Queen" of witchcraft, Helene Marcos, a 19th-century Greek immigrant and now the school's elusive "Headmistress." In a conscious if ironic tribute to Disney, Suspiria is about intense color as much as it is about anything; Argento has commented that "we were trying to reproduce the color of Walt Disney's Snow White ; it has been said from the beginning that Technicolor lacked subdued shades, was without nuances—like cut-out cartoons."] Suspiria is about sound as well, overlaid with a repetitive, frantic and compelling musical soundtrack by the rock group Goblin, whose sound has become a hallmark of some key Argento films

    TV Guide Online: Tron
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    NEW! Search for TV Listings, Movies, Celebrities, Photos and Video Bruce Boxleitner and Jeff Bridges TRON Steven Lisberger, 1982 Our rating: This Disney kids' adventure, released in an attempt to capitalize on the video game craze, features the first on-screen attempt to represent what later became known as "cyberspace." Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) is a computer-game designer whose advanced ideas are constantly being stolen by the villainous company head, Ed Dillinger (David Warner)
  • . At the time of the film's release, Disney was trying to bridge the market from the near-dead "family film" to a more sophisticated product


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    Kon Ichikawa: Profile
  • . It's perverse yet suitably uncompromising that Ichikawa should reveal a long-term affection for Walt Disney

    NationMaster: Encyclopedia
  • . Babes in Toyland is a 1961 musical film, directed by Jack Donohue, produced by Walt Disney, and distributed to theatres by Buena Vista Distribution
  • . Bedknobs and Broomsticks is a Disney musical film, which premiered October 7, 1971
  • . 102 Dalmatians is a 2000 live-action motion picture, produced by The Walt Disney Company and starring Glenn Close

    Reel Movie Critic: Ethnic Categories
    List of films where actors of non-white American origin are featured in starring and supporting roles.
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    OnVideo Guide to Home Video Releases: DVDs
  • . Extras: "DisneyPedia: My First Circus" learning game with matching cards, "Baby Mine" music video, "Dumbo's Big Discovery" DVD storybook, sing-along songs, "Celebrating Dumbo" featurette, Walt Disney's original TV introduction for the film, art gallery, animated shorts "Elmer Elephant" and "The Flying Mouse." (Disney)
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    American Movies Worth Seeing
  • . Movie Year Director Cast Age Recommendation/ Comments Alice in Wonderland 1951 Clyde Geronomi (animated) 3+ Alice in Wonderland 1999 Nick Willing Tina Majorino, Whoopi Goldberg, Ben Kingsley 4+ Atlantis - The Lost Empire 2001 Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise (animated) 8+ A proof that Disney can do better than just produce unimaginative stuff for the dumb
  • . Emperor's New Groove 2000 Mark Dindal (animated) 8+ 1940 James Algar, Samuel Armstrong (animated) 4+ In my opinion the best and most imaginative film that Disney ever made
  • . (My 5-year-old daughter who is into classical music prefers this movie to any other Disney film.) Fantasia/2000 1999 James Algar, Gaëtan Brizzi (animated) 4+ Keeps up with the original from 1940

    The Warner Bros Cartoon Companion: Blanc, Mel
  • . Blanc also supplied the dialogue forGideon, the cat in the Disney feature Pinocchio (1940);however, except for a hiccup, all of his dialogue was deleted in thefinal cut
  • . Schneider credits Bletcher as one ofthe voices of the Peg Leg Pete character at Disney, and he also didwork for the Lantz studio ( Boy Meets Dog ) and the Iwerksstudio ( Little Boy Blue )


    The Warner Bros Cartoon Companion

  • . Blanc also supplied the dialogue forGideon, the cat in the Disney feature Pinocchio (1940);however, except for a hiccup, all of his dialogue was deleted in thefinal cut
  • . Schneider credits Bletcher as one ofthe voices of the Peg Leg Pete character at Disney, and he also didwork for the Lantz studio ( Boy Meets Dog ) and the Iwerksstudio ( Little Boy Blue )

    The Warner Brothers Cartoon Companion: Robert Clampett
  • . Katz also cites Cannon as being an ex-Disney employee, though when is not clear
  • . Legend has it that around this time, he helped design the first Mickey Mouse dolls, along with his aunt, who worked at the Disney Studio
  • . His big break came with the hiring of Tex Avery in late 1935; along with Chuck Jones, Bobe Cannon, and other radicals, Clampett was put in the original Termite Terrace, and was part of the process that developed a style of cartoons that eventually departed significantly from the Disney style then popular
  • . Colonna did lend his voice to the Walt Disney feature Alice in Wonderland (1951), in which he played the March Hare opposite the Mad Hatter (Ed Wynn)
  • . Colvig, Vance (Pinto) One of the great voice actors in cartoons, Colvig is indelibly associated with the Disney character Goofy; the voice he added to that character gave the character much of its charm, and certainly had a hand (along with brilliant animation by Arthur Babbit) in making Goofy a major character

    Ralph Bakshi´s problem with postmodernism
  • . While many animation directors like Walt Disney and Tex Avery had distinctive styles, Bakshi was probably the first auteur animator

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    Robert Louis Stevenson en el cine
  • . Robert Stevenson (sin relación familiar con el escritor), un habitual director de los estudios Disney, realiza una versión de "David Balfour", la famosa obra de su tocayo
  • . Película de animación de la Disney que adaptaba el clásico de "La isla del tesoro" con la dirección de los autores de "La sirenita" o "Aladdin"

    The Buzz that Was
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