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  • . Othello in Disney World - 101 Dalmations
  • . Steve Rhodes Review by 2½ stars out of 4 Part vamp, part tramp, and all camp, Glenn Close's wonderfully wicked turn as the ultimate Disney diva, Cruella DeVil, powers 101 Dalmatians, the studio's new live-action version of its beloved 1961 animated feature
  • . Nonetheless, the film entertained the kids at the big critics' screening, and I'm sure children around the world will have fun with 101 Dalmatians, which is exactly what the folks at Disney had in mind
  • . But with the preordained success of this underachieving animation-to-live-action translation, this Disney animation fan cannot help but worry about what possibly ruinous adaptation ideas the studio has in mind for its other cartoon classics..

    1st Testament
  • . In March, Iva completed shooting a nice suporting role with Lou Diamond Phillips, in his upcoming feature film, "Twisted Fate." Most recently, Iva booked a very nice supporting role in the next Walt Disney Pictures'/Touchstone Pictures' feature film, "Frank McClusky, C.I." Iva will shoot in May and June 2001

    Talking with Con Pederson
  • . The next thing you know, I was vacuumed up by Disney
  • . WM: So Disney hired you? CP: Yes, I took my student films there
  • . My instructor at UCLA, Bill Shull, who had worked at Disney, thought they might be interested in hiring me, primarily because at that point I'd already written science fiction and gotten heavily immersed in rocketry and that sort of thing
  • . They had shipped me off to the First Armor Division in Louisiana, from which nobody was ever known to escape short of their time, but Walt Disney personally brought me to the attention of Werner von Braun because they had just got an animation camera there and didn't know how to use it
  • . CP: Yes, but when I got out, I went back to UCLA to finish my graduate work, moonlighting part time at Disney for awhile


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    20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • . Some of those problems were solved in 1954 when Disney produced its version, directed by Richard Fleischer, one of the very first films shot with the use cinemascope technology
  • . 20, 000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA is embodiment of Disney at his best - family entertainment that superbly uses brand-new wonders of film technology

    Rotten Tomatoes: 21 Grams
  • . Everyone's favorite real-life Disney princess continues branching out into more adult roles; her latest is "." 82% 82% Reviews Counted: 170 139 31 7.5/10 "" ( 1-35 ) of 170 , sorted by last name a-z Page > | "Inarritu and his fellow artists have contrived something wondrous, a formally innovative fugue filled with demons and despair that somehow comes down on the side of life." --, "I applaud Inarritu's trust in the audience and letting us actively participate in his film." --, "A puzzle at first, but by half way you may have figured it out, then it's a wait until the end

    Washington Post
  • . The characters are classics, played to a fare-thee-well by an eclectic, entirely credible cast led by Robin Wright of the sudsy "Santa Barbara." Wright has the title role, her first in film, as a heroine as dense as a Disney ingénue but as impishly up-to-date as Di

    Mr. Cranky Rates the Movies
  • . You still think I'm making this up, don't you? If I'm writing TV Guide descriptions, the one for this movie issimple: "Guy marries desert leopard." If I'm hoping for a movie that moves beyond that somewhat limited premise, I stuff that leopard with a four-foot midget, get a computer to make its mouth talk like that dog on the Taco Bell commercials and hand Disney a new cash cow

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    Crazy for Cinema
  • . The original script was a much darker love story about the same subject, probably closer to, but once Roberts was cast as the lovable hooker, Disney cleaned up the film, making it a romantic comedy

    Pearl Harbor Filming Locations
  • . In fact, those scenes were shot at Disney's Golden Oak Ranch , a private movie ranch located at 19802 Placerita Road in Newhall, CA , north of the San Fernando Valley
  • . Disney Studios (which made "Pearl Harbor") originally leased the ranch for their old "Spin & Marty" episodes on the 1950's "Mickey Mouse Club." They bought it in 1959 and made movies such as "Old Yeller, " "The Parent Trap" and "The Shaggy Dog" there

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  • . On a completely random note, Touchstone Pictures, a division of Disney, released Pearl Harbor
  • . Zimmer also heads the music division at Dreamworks, a rival of Disney's

    TV Guide Online: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
  • . Burton's background as a Disney animator is perfect for the film; he gives PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE a wonderfully cartoonish look through design, lighting, and camera angles

  • WORLD OF DISNEY ? Pete's Dragon

  • . Terminus), Mickey Rooney (Lampie), Red Buttons (Hoagy), Shelley Winters (Lena Goga), Sean Marshall (Pete), Jane Kean (Miss Taylor), Jim Backus (The Mayor), Charlie Callas (voice of Elliot) Songs : "Candle on the Water", "I Saw a Dragon", "Money by the Pound", "It's Not Easy", "Every Little Piece", "That Happiest Home in These Hills", "I Love You, Too", "There's Room for Everyone", "Brazzle Dazzle Day", "Passama-quody", "Bill of Sale" Pete's Dragon is a combination live action/animated Disney musical about a misfortunate boy named Pete and his gibberish-speaking, oft-invisible dragon Elliott
  • . The same year that George Lucas and Steven Spielberg were giving us Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind , Disney was essentially still doing the pictures they had done all throughout the '60s
  • . I was pleasantly surprised by the overwhelmingly satisfactory transfer; who knew Disney would put effort and care into a Gold Collection DVD of a film like this two years ago? Given a 5.1 Dolby Digital remix, the film makes some use of the surrounds for the more boisterous musical numbers

    Pirates of the Caribbean Script
  • . The Disney book uses 'parley' so that's the one I'll be using

    Wikipedia: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • detailed article on the Disney studios movie, including cast, plot details, extensive list of awards, links.
    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date , Running time 143 min
  • . It proved to be a success for Walt Disney Pictures and, within weeks of its release, the studio announced that a sequel, was in development and slated for release in
  • . Contents Production When production for the film was first announced in early, movie fans and critics were skeptical of its chances of being a success; the concept of Disney basing a movie upon one of its own theme-park rides seemed to many a crass marketing ploy
  • . However, the poor reception received by other films based upon Disney theme-park attractions ( , ) suggests that the success of Pirates of the Caribbean is merely an exception to the rule or, perhaps, that each film is only as good as its makers

    Hollywood Jesus: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • . Publicity information and images © 2003 Disney Enterprises, Inc Pirates of the Caribbean
  • . Forget that this is based on a ride at Disney World, and a pretty sorry one, at that -- know that it's a wonderfully exhausting, refreshingly unironic, delightfully old-fashioned swashbuckler

    Cinema Savvy: Pirates of the Caribbean
  • . It simply sets the tone for this Disney theme-park inspired flick
  • . Gillette: Damian O'Hare Pintel: Lee Arenberg Ragetti: MacKenzie Crook Murtogg: Giles New Walt Disney Pictures Presents A Film Directed By Gore Verbinski
  • . "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" is "based on" the theme park ride at Disney World, which I have taken many times

    Best Reviews & News on Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
  • . ***July 31!*** The Hollywood Reporter July 16, 2003 Eager to unearth more buried treasure now that "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" raised its flag high at the boxoffice this past weekend, the Walt Disney Co
  • . In anticipation of the film's success, Disney had already made sequel arrangements with such key cast members as Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley, as well as with the behind-the-scenes duo of producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski
  • . It's everything we go to The Movies for." "It's got heart and soul and personality and character to spare." "Johnny Depp, gives the performance of a lifetime, stealing a film that you'd think would be damn near unstealable." UPDATE Aug 16th** Well..went to Disneyland yesterday and we ate in the famous Pirates cafe! Great food in there by the way! Anyways, checked out the famous POTC gift shop called Pieces of 8, and no, they don't have ANY offical POTC movie shirts, posters of the like :(..But I did get a cool black POTC t-shirt that has the cross bones logo that looks somewhat like the one on the movie @CallCenter