Recensione Film: Alla ricerca di Nemo Finding Nemo Walt Disney ...
La recensione del film, in una scheda con la trama e il giudizio.

  • GIUDIZIO : La Walt Disney Pictures e la Pixar Animation Studio suggellano insieme l'ennessimo capolavoro d'animazione con Alla ricerca di Nemo , una favola belissima, ricca di sentimenti e davvero spassosa che ha infranto ogni record d'incassi nel 2003 con 340 milioni di dollari d'incassi al botteghino statunitense, ottavo piazzamento al Box Office di sempre (in attesa dell'exploit de "Il Ritorno del Re") e oltre 8 milioni di Dvd venduti nel solo Nord America, affermandosi come il più grande successo economico di sempre da parte della Fabbrica dei Sogni .

    Walt Disney Records: Bio of Goofy
    Disney's very own biography of Goofy.

  • Walt Disney Records: Biography of Goofy For more than 60 years, Goofy -- the awkward, toothy, curious, and good-spirited Everyman of the Disney cartoon characters -- has been a top performer in every medium, beginning with a bit part in a Disney short, and eventually becoming a major media star in print, television, theme parks, and a variety of merchandise.

  • Walt often described the type of physical humor used in the Walt Disney Studio's cartoons as being "goofy, " and with Orphan's Benefit (1934), that name officially stuck to this affable character.

  • As the Walt Disney Studios ceased regular production of short cartoons in 1956, the classic cartoon characters were getting a new lease on life from the very medium that led to the end of theatrical shorts -- television.

  • Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy could be seen regularly through the '50s, '60s, '70s, and '80s on several Disney television shows, including "The Mickey Mouse Club, " as well as "Disneyland" and its successors, "Walt Disney Presents, " "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, " and "The Wonderful World of Disney." Some of the episodes featured Goofy's classic cartoon appearances in newly created story frameworks, including "The Goofy Success Story" and "Holiday for Henpecked Husbands." Along with the rest of "the gang, " Goofy has been an integral part of The Disney Channel since its inception in 1983.

  • He appears in countless homes on Buena Vista Home Video's Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series of cassettes, including Here's Goofy and Mickey & the Gang , The Goofy World of Sports , Happy Summer Days , and Fun on the Job , as well as the Disney Mini-Classics Mickey and the Beanstalk and The Prince and the Pauper .

    Walt Kelly
    An illustrated biography, including his early work as well as the comic strip Pogo.

  • Walt Kelly's most famous creation is "Pogo" and his most famous phrase is "We have met the enemy and he is us, " a rallying cry for a generation of conservationists.

  • He was born in 1913 and his father believed that humans were "bad at talking, bad at remembering language, and bad at spelling; but we are just great at remembering pictures." One can imagine this having a lasting impression on young Walt.

  • From 1935 to 1941, he worked for another famous Walt - Walt Disney.

  • 1952 also saw the release of John O'Reilly's The Glob with drawings by Walt.

  • If you'd like to learn about other artists, click You can find out more about Walt Kelly in the following books: Five Boyhoods Martin Levin, ed., 1962 Doubleday & Co.

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    Hurter, Albert (1883-1942)
    An illustrated biography.

  • Canemaker, we have a very real biography of the man behind Walt Disney's most memorable animated films.

  • When he applied for an animation job at the Disney Studios, he was 48 years old (Walt was 29) with antiquated animation skills and an undistinguished career behind him.

  • Credit Walt Disney for seeing the potential in his talents.

  • His anthropomorphic tendencies and his comic designs were the germs that were needed in an industry that set out to make people laugh.Walt saw these abilities and make Hurter what Canemaker calls an "inspirational sketch artist." Disney would rely heavily on such talents throughout his career, but Hurter was the first and surely the prototype.

  • (See the drawing at left from The Art of Walt Disney .) He died of a weak heart caused by rheumatic heart disease in 1942.

  • If you'd like to learn about other artists, click To learn more about Albert Hurter, see: Before the Animation Begins John Canemaker, 1996 Hyperion The Art of Walt Disney Christopher Finch, 1973 Abrams He Drew As He Pleased 1948 Simon & Schuster Illustrations copyright by Walt Disney Productions, et al.


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    Disney's Mouse
    Brief character history.

    The Big Cartoon DataBase
    The latest on cartoon and animation news, home video and DVD releases.

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    Greatest Films - Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs
    Detailed review, synopsis and discussion of the film.

  • For the film's remarkable achievement, Walt Disney was awarded with an Honorary Oscar - the film was "recognized as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field for the motion picture cartoon." During the film's credits, Walt Disney personally thanks the members of his animation staff: My sincere appreciation to the members of my staff whose loyalty and creative endeavor made possible this production.

    The Orlando Bloom Files
    Biography, filmography, pictures, multimedia, news, articles, merchandise, games
    and a Legolas paper doll.

  • "The weekday numbers have been terrific."Since its historic three-day opening of $135 million, the Walt Disney Pictures release has continued to amass box office treasure, setting records for biggest nonholiday Monday ($18 million), biggest Tuesday ever ($15.7 million) and second-biggest five-day total ($169.5 million).

    Judith's Winnie the Pooh Page
    Includes pictures, sounds, stories, games, and recipes.

  • · · · · Partner Pages Welcome, Anonymous Nickname Password Membership: 3962 Latest: New Today: 0 New Yesterday: 0 People Online: 84 Visitors: 84 Members: 0 Which quote do you like best? Pooh - Oh bother Piglet - Oh dear, dddear dear Eeyore - Thanks for noticing me Tigger - Oh dont be ridiculous! Rabbit - Oh no, not again, oh my goodness greatest Gopher - I'm not in the book Owl - Someone has pasted Piglet on my window Votes: 452 Comments: 0 Welcome to my Winnie the Pooh page! : Piglet keeps Walt Disney cartoon off Turkish public TV Posted by on Saturday, June 24 Turkey's public television TRT has barred the popular Walt Disney cartoon "Winnie the Pooh" from air because it has a piglet as one of its main heroes, the Turkish press reported.

    Judith's Mickey Mouse Page
    Includes pictures, desktop themes, information, and games.


    ReelViews Review: Doug's 1st Movie
    1.0 star out of 4.0 stars. Reviewed by James Berardinelli.

  • Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures Doug's 1st Movie represents a new nadir in animated entertainment.

  • What's surprising about this is that the film is a product of Walt Disney Productions, a studio that prides itself on quality animation.

    ReelViews Review: Inspector Gadget (1999)
    Review of the film, by James Berardinelli.

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  • Walt Disney had purchased the rights to the Zorro stories in the early 1950s but pilot production stalled while Walt focused on construction of his Disneyland theme park.

  • Good was decisive and (in the words of another Disney Studios product), "brave, truthful, and unselfish." Even as the prime-time western genre was approaching the end of its cycle by reinventing itself as "adult, " the western genre for children remained a comfortable and predictable haven of values championed by Walt Disney and, in turn, the middle class.

  • Though the network claimed this was due to flagging sponsorship, Walt Disney believed it was because of excessive commercial minutes.

  • Even today, colorized versions of the original black-and-white episodes shot by Disney are cablecast on the Disney Channel, introducing the next wave of children to "a horseman known as Zorro." -John Cooper Zorro Photo courtesy of the Walt Disney Company CAST Don Diego de la Vega ("Zorro") ..................Guy Williams Don Alejandro.......................................

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    Wikipedia - Finding Nemo
    Plot description, box office information, cultural references, links to educational
    data about the...

    Wikipedia - The Little Mermaid (film)
    Plot summary, notes on the filmmaking, cast, songs, urban legends, and trivia. The Ultimate Guide to Disney DVD
    Guide to all Disney movies available on DVD. Includes title listings, latest
    news, and a forum.

    Mr. Heitman's Wonderful World of Disney
    Biography of Walt Disney.

  • H E I T M A N N ' S W O R L D O F THIS is t he Web Page T o Link To For Ev ery Imaginabl e Internet Co nnection For Everything Associated With The Name: WALT DISNEY.

  • THE MAN BEHIND THE NAME WALT DISNEY HAS MADE A PERMANENT "MOUSEPRINT" "To translate the world's great fairy tales, thrilling legends, stirring folk tales into visual theatrical presentations, and to get back warm response of audiences in many lands has been for me an experience and a lifetime satisfaction beyond all value." Animation historians love to say "It all started with a mouse".

  • In fact it actually began with a visionary named Walt Disney.

  • Walt Disney went on to become the single most important man in the history of animation.

  • The creator of Mickey Mouse and founder of Disneyland and Walt Disney World was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 5, 1901.

  • Walt was one of five children, four boys and a girl.

  • Walt became interested in drawing at an early age, selling his first sketches to neighbors when he was only seven years old.

  • Rejected because he was only 16 years of age, Walt joined the Red Cross and was sent overseas, where he spent a year driving an ambulance and chauffeuring Red Cross officials.

  • After the war, Walt returned to Kansas City, where he began his career as an advertising cartoonist.

  • In August of 1923, Walt Disney left Kansas City for Hollywood with nothing but a few drawing materials, $40 in his pocket and a completed animated and live-action film.

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    Survey of non-photorealistic rendering (NPR) for computer graphics and animation:
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  • Oilspot and Lipstick (1987) Walt Disney Pictures, all toon shaded.

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