It’s time for another Disney+ battle. This time we have two classic films from Disney’s Silver Age of Animation, but they have completely different animation styles. One is the final film of the 1950s with the sleek, smooth animation. The other is the first film of the 1960s with the scratchy, Xerox style. Let’s compare […]

In the 1950s, the Walt Disney Animation Studios returned to feature length narratives for its animated movies after producing packages films during much of the 1940s. There were some bona fide hits, some box office duds that found success later and some wild experimentation in storytelling. The studio released 5 animated films between 1950 and […]

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 […]

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 […]

Disney gives the animated classic “Sleeping Beauty” the live action remake treatment with a twist as the focus shifts to the primary villain in “Maleficent.” The film tells the story of how Maleficent came to hate the king and chose to curse his daughter, but also how she came to love the girl and to […]