We are slowly, but surely, getting back into the groove of our blogs again! Before we continue our series with "The Aristocats", let's do a quick recap of all the Disney animated classics we've done so far:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The one that started it all shows us "the importance of the relationship betwixt age and youth".
Pinocchio: We explore the possiblity that this tale was Walt's take on the motion picture business at the time.
Dumbo: Everybody loves to root for the underdog! But have you noticed the dark undertones of this classic Disney flick?
Bambi: The nature tale that paved the road to Disney's crowing achievement, The Lion King.
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad: Two tales with similar protagonists that NEVER learn their lesson.
Cinderella: Not really the princess story we've grown up to know. It's actually about a king who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
Alice in Wonderland: We enter of world that doesn't make a lick of sense. So much so that even the kid dreaming it up wants to leave.
Peter Pan: A whimsical tale about avoiding the daunting task of growing up teaches us how dangerous the youthful attribute of jealousy can be.
Lady and the Tramp: We watch how love can change a male. Well, in this case, a tramp.
Sleeping Beauty: The first true fairy tale done by Disney which has the ultimate battle between good and evil, and has very little to do with a love story.
One Hundred and One Dalmations: We find out what happens after the "Happily Ever After"
The Sword in the Stone: Another version of the King Arthur tale, showing us that greatness can come from anywhere.
Jungle Book: Mowgli has no nipples.
Please join us as we jump back into watching these classic animated movies. Feel free to join the discussion on our Facebook Page!