What is the first Disney film to win the Grammy award for Best Soundtrack? Also, What is the first Disney animated film to win this award?
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Happy 70th anniversary to this lovely lady. Cinderella – Walt Disney Studios’ twelfth animated motion picture – was released across the United States on March 4, 1950, coming hot on the heels of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, which was released in October 1949. This Disney film is
Richard Williams – Oscar-winning animator behind the unforgettable film Who Framed Roger Rabbit – died on August 16, 2019 at age 86. Mr. Williams served as director of animation for that film, and oversaw a team of over 300 people creating the character Roger Rabbit, his human (cartoon) wife Jessica,
Milton Quon – one of the last living animators from Disney’s golden age of animation in the 1940s – died on June 18, 2019 at age 105. Quon was one of the first Chinese American employees at the Walt Disney studios. He assisted with animation on the “Fantasia” sequences “Waltz