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Pinocchio | American animated film ... Old Disney, Animation, Disney Cartoons, Disney, Disney Animation, Walt Disney, Disney Art, Disney Animated Classics, Disney Pixar

Pinocchio, American animated film, released in 1940, that is one of Walt Disney’s most beloved classics, known for its brilliant animation and compelling story. Adapted from a novel by C. Collodi, it chronicles the adventures of a wooden puppet whose lonely maker, Geppetto, wishes were a real boy.

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Anna Thorpe
Disney Animation, Disney, Disney Tattoos, Disney Drawings, Animaux, Disney Dogs, Animales, Cute Disney, Cute Disney Wallpaper

This week we watched the 74th film in our Disnerd Movie Challenge, The Fox and the Hound. This one may require some tissues to get through, but we’ll do our best! If you’ve seen this movie before, you can scroll on down to read our review. For those who haven’t seen this or need a refresher, our syn

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Cheryl Meyer
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) | French postcard in … | Flickr Old Disney, Walt Disney, Disney, Snow White, Disney Films, Disney Animation, Disney Cartoons, Films, Disneyland

French postcard in the series Le Monde merveilleux de Walt Disney by Editions Kroma, Casissargues, no. 201-1. Image: Walt Disney Productions. Publicity still for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (William Cottrell, David Hand, Wilfred Jackson, Larry Morey, Perce Pearce, Ben Sharpsteen, 1937). Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (William Cottrell, David Hand, Wilfred Jackson, Larry Morey, Perce Pearce, Ben Sharpsteen, 1937) was produced by Walt Disney Productions and originally released by RKO…

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Yujin Ito
Deja View: Milt Kahl venting in Dallas Disney Animation, Disney, Disney Art, Disney Cartoons, Robin, Robin Hood Disney, Robin Hood, Robin Des Bois, Disney Aesthetic

A lovely portrait of Robin Hood and Maid Marian from the ending of the movie. As so often with his characters, Milt drew Robin ever so slightly cross-eyed, which for some unbeknown reason actually adds appeal. I am posting a 1973 newspaper article from the Dallas Times Herald, which originally appeared on Chris Sobienak's blog. So here Milt is in Dallas promoting the film, and talking to a bunch of journalists. Writer Susan Barton doesn't quite know what to make of this outspoken Disney…

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Marie Cuevas