The Ultimate Guide to Disney DVD
Guide to all Disney movies available on DVD. Includes title listings, latest
news, and a forum.

Walt Disney Pictures Presents a Pixar Film -- Monsters, Inc.
Official site with plot and character information.

IMDb: The Little Mermaid (1989)
Plot outline, cast, trivia, goofs, quotes, and messageboard for fans.

NarniaWeb - Your Source For Narnia Movie News
Features current news about the movie includes casting, dates, FAQ, and a forum.


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INTERCOT's WebDisney - Guide To Disney On The Internet
Annotated directory of Disney-related websites.

  • Of those, about 10 will be released under the Walt Disney Pictures banner, a proven family friendly brand that includes the successful "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise.

  • Posted By: Figment! @ 1:19 AM | For Ailing Disney, a Shot of Strong Medicine In elevating the two executives, both of whom are close to the studio chairman, Richard Cook, Disney is betting on a revolution from within, unlike Paramount Pictures, which quickly brought in outsiders to shake up a staid culture last year.

    Apple - Movie Trailers
    Apple's official Quicktime Movie Trailer page with the newest and preview release

    Disney's Lion King Was to be a Remake of Kimba the White Lion?
    Presents evidence to support its position that The Lion King movie is a disguised
    and modified remake...

    The Lion King WWW Archive
    Large site includes music, lyrics, photographs, fan fiction, fan art, and story

  • Pictures and descriptions of all the Lion King characters and their roles in the story.

  • Pictures and descriptions of all the Lion King characters and their roles in the story.

  • The Lion King characters are voiced as follows: Cheech Marin as Banzai Jim Cummings as Scar (possibly Ed too) Cam Clarke as Simba James Earl Jones as Mufasa Jonathan Taylor Thomas as Young Simba Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa So they couldn't get Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, or Whoopi Goldberg, and I'm unsure how Jonathan Taylor Thomas fits into the picture (surely he's too old to voice Simba convincingly anymore—after all, they got someone else for the "Morning Report" song).

  • Picture of the Day: Pumbaa Hunts a Bug 640 x 380 87 KB "What do you want me to do? Dress in drag and do the hula?" -- Timon Support this site! Buy The Lion King Tickets for a showing near you: (Minskoff) (New Amsterdam) (Acad.

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    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.

  • Now, I realize I'm not a member of the picture's target audience, which, judging by the on-screen evidence, is comprised of two groups: children not yet old enough to form full sentences and adults who have recently been lobotomized.

  • In a motion picture, however, they're an embarrassment.

  • Doug's creators, Jim Jenkins and David Campbell, along with director Maurice Joyce and writer Ken Scarborough, have pulled off the increasingly less-difficult task of bringing a barely watchable motion picture into wide release.

    African Americans in Motion Pictures
    The history and depiction of African Americans in cinema.

  • Actors and Actresses: Behind the Scenes: Special Features: I NTRODUCTION The subject of African-Americans in Motion Pictures provides some of the most interesting studies along with the many controversial interpretations of the roles as actors they played on the silver screen.

  • As far back as the silent films era, African-Americans have been featured in motion pictures playing roles depicting some aspect of acting and being purveyors of a black image.

  • Since many of our American icons and heroes have come from our motion picture stars, we need to understand what this narrow view presented and compare it with what we presently see at our local cinema today.

  • Davis Schwartz Memorial Library T HE B IRTH OF A N ATION When this controversial motion picture was released in New York City on March 3, 1915, it played continuously for 44 weeks.

  • Nevertheless, The Birth of a Nation was hailed as "the greatest motion picture of all time." D.W.

  • The Motion Picture industry was ready to move on, and the full length movie spectacle was big box office stuff.

  • Cities like Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New York, New York; and Detroit, Michigan drew large crowds to see this new phenomenon - The Motion Picture.

  • and Noble Johnson, had already begun movie making as the Lincoln Motion Picture Company which opened business in the summer of 1915.

  • Two years before these films, Bert (Egbert Austin) Williams (1873-1922) , the famed actor, singer and vaudevillian, became the first African-American to appear as a star in a motion picture.

    Top Box Office Movies - Shrek
    Film information, rating and review by Giancarlo De Lisi.

  • | Shrek (2001) Dreamworks Pictures Starring: the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and John Lithgow Music by: John Powell and Harry Gregson Williams Directed by: Vicky Jenson, Andrew Adamson, Victoria Jenson Shrek Rating: Computer animated films are by far the most complex and painstakingly difficult films to make.

  • Seeing as it is a Dreamworks picture, this studio does not hide the fact that Dreamworks wants to directly go after that tempting and profitable family market.

    The Disney Corner
    Information, news, park updates and a data base of other Disney sites.

  • Posted by on Wednesday, July 26 @ 21:55:06 EDT (5 reads) ( | Score: 0) New Disney Corner Photo Update! See photos from Dave's WDW trip! All new photos (including spoilers from the newly reopened Pirates of the Caribbean) Posted by on Wednesday, July 19 @ 14:26:07 EDT (30 reads) ( | Score: 0) New Disney Corner Sign Translations! See the newest Sign Translations !! Posted by on Wednesday, July 19 @ 13:26:50 EDT (17 reads) ( | Score: 0) Pictures of new Capt.

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    Animated News
    Daily news articles on all aspects of animation.

    Fantasia (1941)
    Detailed summary of the movie's various parts, including Deems Taylor's narration.
    Includes evalation...

  • The film, with a production cost of more than $2 million (about four times more than an average live-action picture), initially failed at the box-office (partially due to the expensive installation of "Fantasound" sound reproduction equipment in theatres), but then its popularity increased and its cult status was assured when the members of the 60's drug culture adopted it as a favorite hallucinatory experience when it was re-released (alongside other counter-cultural, head-tripping favorites, including, , and the re-released Alice in Wonderland (1951) in 1974).

  • [The original film ended without customary credits - with only the film's title, the words "Color by Technicolor, " and "Distributed by RKO Pictures."] As the film begins, musicians (cellists, violinists, brasses, wood-winds, etc.) of the Philadelphia Orchestra (to be conducted by Leopold Stokowski, the orchestra's conductor from 1912 to 1938) are displayed in shadow and color and are silhouetted against a blue backdrop in the opening as they take their accustomed places and tune their instruments.

  • Screen narrator Deems Taylor (popular musical commentator with the New York Philharmonic radio broadcasts) welcomes the audience to a "new form of entertainment, " and in his introduction sets the scene: What you're going to see are the designs and pictures and stories that music inspired in the minds and imaginations of a group of artists.

  • The resident presenter of the NY first explains that there are three kinds of music: music that tells a definite story, music that paints a series of pictures, and "absolute music" that exists simply for its own sake.

    Funsites: Movies and Videos
    Links to movie-related sites, with descriptions.

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    The Unofficial Disney Animated Movie Archive
    Includes pictures, plot information and music from Disney animated classics.

    Frank's Disney Page
    A list of Disney animated features, song lyrics and scripts.

  • Now when we make a new picture, we don't think of grown-ups, and we don't think of children, but of that fine, unspoiled spot deep down in everyone of us, that maybe the world has made us forget, and that maybe our pictures may help recall." From the Making of Snow White .

    Judith's Disneyfriends.net - Everything about the Disney movies ...
    Disney pictures, wallpapers, coloring pages and desktop themes.

    About.com: Violent Comedy
    The director and some of the cast discuss the film's message.

    Animation World Network: Film News
    Headline news related to animated films, or theatrical films using animation.

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