For today’s fun factoid, I present you with the first ever Santa Claus in a Disney cartoon.
And the Oscar Goes To…
Disney pictures have a long history with the Academy Awards. This trivia question is about the animated films…
Cool Cat – Disney Legend Fred Moore
For a few very rare folks, the ability to add life, character, and charm to an animated figure comes naturally. Let’s learn more about the Disney Legend that redefined the world’s most famous mouse.
Man of a Thousand Voices: Disney Legend Paul Frees
Paul Frees is considered by many to be on par with Mel Blanc as a “man of a thousand voices.” Read on to see who Frees brought to life with his vocal gift!
The Science Behind Pixar Exhibit: Making Science an Artform
Have you ever wondered exactly how Pixar creates the animation they do so well? I recently visited the Science Behind Pixar exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science. I was blown away! Read on to see why.
Bump the Lamp
Animators for the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit took Walt Disney’s idea of “plussing” to a new level. Find out how by reading on.
Frankenweenie – The Little Dog That Could
Frankenweenie is actually a tale of two films – each very different from the other, though both created by the creepy genius that is the mind of Tim Burton. Read on for more about this warmly haunting holiday film. Also – find out who else is buried in Sparky’s pet cemetery!
Who Came First? The Dawn of Color in Disney Cartoons
Was Mickey the first major Disney animated character to appear in color? Read on to learn a bit of history behind Disney’s early days of color.
He did that voice too? Alan Tudyk – Disney’s Hidden Gem
Alan Tudyk is a man of many acting and voice talents. Read on to see just how many voice roles he has performed for Disney films.
The Illusion of Fantasy: The Science and Psychology Behind the Magic That Puts Us In the Story – Part One
Step into the magical world of make believe, and learn how it’s made. Part One of this four part series focuses on forced perspective in Disney films.