The Silver Age of Disney Animation ran from 1950 to 1967. It represented a time when Disney returned to the feature length narrative storytelling after having switched to a package format during the Wartime Era. It lasted until the passing of Walt Disney and ended with the first film released after his death. There are […]

A young boy gets separated from his village and ends up in the jungle where he needs help from a panther and a bear to escape a tiger and a snake in the 1967 Walt Disney animated classic, “The Jungle Book.” The film is loosely based on Rudyard Kipling’s book of the same name. This […]

The Walt Disney Animation Studios takes a very unusual look at the early days of King Arthur in the 1963 animated classic, “The Sword in the Stone.” The film follows a young Arthur, nicknamed Wart, as he meets Merlin who wants to train him as a wizard. But Arthur’s foster father wants him to be […]

It’s time for another Disney+ battle. This time, it’s a battle between a classic from Disney’s Golden Age of Animation and a lesser-known film from Disney’s Silver Age of Animation. So, let’s find out which film is better: “Bambi” or “The Sword in the Stone.” 1. PROTAGONIST The main character of “Bambi” is, of course, […]

It’s time, once again, for another Disney+ Battle. In this battle it’s the film that started feature animation as we know it today against the film that changed Disney’s animation plan during World War II: “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” versus “Saludos Amigos.” “Snow White” is the most important animated film of all time, […]

Disney takes on another classic fairy tale during its Silver Age of Animation with “Sleeping Beauty” and it leads to a complete overhaul of how Disney animation is produced going into the 1960s. This film lost money and many consider it a flop for its time but today it is regarded as one of the […]

It’s time for another Disney+ Battle where we pit two animated Disney movies against each other and, completely subjectively, compare and contrast them to see which one is “better.” This week, in honor of the Puppy Bowl, it’s a battle of two of Disney’s best films about dogs. So, let’s see who wins between “Lady […]

The Walt Disney Animation Studios tackles love and dogs in the 1955 animated classic “Lady and the Tramp.” The movie follows Lady, a cocker spaniel, as she is adopted by a loving family and is their pride and joy until a baby comes along. But, when Darling and Jim Dear go away and bring in […]

We are back with another battle. This week we are pitting two classics from Disney’s Silver Age of Animation against each other, “Peter Pan” and “The Jungle Book.” One is a classic story with many retellings. The other is the final feature film Walt Disney worked on personally. So, let’s compare them and see which […]

The company that has made children happy for more than 100 years takes on the story of the boy who never grows up in “Peter Pan.” The 1953 animated film follows Peter Pan as he takes Wendy, Michael and John to Neverland to live with him and the lost boys. But, when Tinkerbell becomes jealous […]

The Walt Disney Animation Studios takes a wild look at the animation narrative with the second film from Disney’s Silver Age, “Alice in Wonderland.” The film follows Alice as she chases the White Rabbit down the hole into Wonderland where she meets the craziest bunch of characters ever put to animation. She meets Tweedle-dee, Tweedle-dum, […]

We’re back with another Disney+ Battle, pitting two classic Disney films against each other to see which one is better. This week we’re pitting the most ambitious film Walt Disney ever produced in “Fantasia” and one of the weirdest films I’ve ever seen in “Alice in Wonderland.” Remember this battle is completely subjective. Let’s see […]

“A dream is a wish your heart makes.” And, with that iconic lyric, one of the most famous Walt Disney Animated features made its way into theaters and into our hearts way back in 1950 before “Cinderella” eventually made its way into our homes and on Disney+. The story is as old as time, to […]