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Guide to all Disney movies available on DVD. Includes title listings, latest
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IMDb: Song of the South (1946)
Cast and credits, user comments and rating, awards and nominations, trivia,
mini-review by Leonard Maltin.

Walt Disney Pictures - The Tigger Movie
Official site with plot and character information.

Walt Disney's Song of the South: Uncle Remus, Brer Rabbit
Dedicated to celebrating and preserving Walt Disney's Classic 1946 production.
Includes overview,...

  • I've just been waiting until I could develop the proper medium to bring them to the screen." – Walt Disney, 1946 This site is dedicated to celebrating and preserving Walt Disney's Song of the South .


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

  • Disney film's song, and some of the original used by Disney.

    SoundtrackCollector - The Movie Soundtrack Database
    Movie soundtrack database. Includes classifieds, forums, and information and
    resources on collecting.

    SoundtrackCollector - The Movie Soundtrack Database
    Movie soundtrack database. Includes classifieds, forums, and information and
    resources on collecting.

    iMusic - Lady and the Tramp Movie/Soundtrack
    Includes Lady and the Tramp film stills, RealAudio clips, movie/soundtrack
    information and option...

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    Wikipedia - The Little Mermaid (film)
    Plot summary, notes on the filmmaking, cast, songs, urban legends, and trivia.

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

  • Hundreds of high-quality screen images, clip art, and more! Dialogue clips, MIDI songs, and CD track information.

  • () The Lion King (1994) Hundreds of high-quality screen images, clip art, and more! Dialogue clips, MIDI songs, and CD track information.

  • 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).

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    Group of authors write on music, books, film, popular culture, politics, and

  • | |, A showcase for Joel's pop music genius and the memories attached to the songs.

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

  • The film is sprinkled with wonderful, sing-along songs including "Heigh Ho, " "Whistle While You Work, " and "Someday My Prince Will Come" - none of them were considered in the Best Song nominating category.

  • He climbs the castle wall, is first sighted in the well water's reflection, and helps her finish her song, singing the echo to "Today." Startled and frightened, and shy and embarrassed by her appearance, she quickly runs into the castle to hide.

  • The Prince courts her with the song: "One Song": Now that I've found you, hear what I have to say.

  • One song, I have but one song One song, only for you.

  • One song, my heart keeps singing.

  • I'm so ashamed....What do you do when things go wrong?...Oh, you sing a song!" Snow White sings to them "With a Smile and a Song": With a smile and a song, Life is just like a bright sunny day Your cares fade away, and your heart is young...

  • The song has cheered her spirits: "I really feel quite happy now.


    So You Wanna - Animated Movies
    Synopsis and review of several Disney animated films.

    SplicedOnline.com: Mermaid Memoirs
    An interview with Jodi Benson, voice of Ariel, Disney's "Little Mermaid."

  • Imagine being called on to singing the same four or five songs over and over again for eight years.

  • Each person did the voice they thought she would have, and recorded the song that Howard had put down on tape for the audition." The song was "Part of Your World, " one of the most hummable tunes from the movie.

  • Does she ever get the songs from the movie stuck in her head like the rest of us do? "I do sing them all the time (professionally), but I don't hum them.

  • on them." Benson attributes the songs, among them "Part of Your World, " "Kiss the Girl" and "Under the Sea" as one of the biggest reasons "Mermaid" breathed new life into feature animation.

  • It was a first for this to be approached like a play, like a musical, as opposed to just a script." This approach was largely the brainchild of Ashman, who produced and co-wrote songs with the late Alan Menken.

    LDSFilm.com: Richard Rich
    Biographical essay and credits for the director of animated films (such as
    Disney's "The Black Cauldron")...

  • Return to Richard Rich animation director Filmography: Director (2002) (2001) (2000; V) (1999) The Swan Princess (1994) (1997) (1998; V) The Black Cauldron (1985) The Fox and the Hound (1981) Filmography: Assistant Animation Director The Small One (1978) (also wrote 1 song) The Rescuers (1977) Pete's Dragon (1977) Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974) Richard Rich: A Brief Outline of the Director's Career As is the case with most directors of animated films, the name of Richard Rich may not be well known to the typical movie-goer.

  • His other assistant director credits include The Rescuers, Pete's Dragon and The Small One for which he also composed the song "A Friendly Face".

  • Rich was, in fact, the assistant animation director working directly under Bluth on the live-action/animation hybrid "Pete's Dragon" and the animated short "The Small One." Rich also composed one of the three songs featured in the film, a poignant tale of the the donkey who carried Marie in to Bethlehem.

  • (Bluth wrote the other two songs and the film was scored by Robert F.

    Walt Disney World International Programs Website
    Online Resource for both Alumni and potential participants of Disney's International
    Programs. Includes...

    Chic Artist Main on Yahoo! Music
    News, biography, album reviews and music videos.

    Filmtracks: Dinosaur
    Soundtrack review, audio, and viewer ratings.

    HARO Online: Tarzan
    Review of the movie, including information and opinions on the music and technique.

  • In a change from their other animated musicals, the characters do not randomly burst out into song.

  • Phil Collins (of course, we think of Africa when we think of Phil Collins) serves as kind of a Greek chorus, with his occasional songs either revealing a little more about the story or moving the story along.

  • The songs are adequate and (of course) radio friendly, and all composed by Collins.

    Animated News
    Daily news articles on all aspects of animation.

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