The bargain basement Batman-like superhero from the “Wonderful World” of Sam Singer came to vinyl with an album-length comedy adventure made just for records.
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The two-hour Walt Disney TV Animation programming block was introduced to syndication in 1990, bringing three existing series, a premiere and a new album.
While Walt Disney dropped the idea of an animated Alice in Wonderland with a live-action Ginger Rogers, their stars did cross through an unusual Decca record album.
The first full-length Disney feature brought to life on the New York stage—a show that helped save Radio City Music Hall–was preserved the last music LP with the Buena Vista label.
He may have been an Oscar-winning animated UPA character on the big screen and the star of two TV series, but the Dr. Seuss character was a children’s record first.
After 30 years of vinyl records, audio cassettes and CDs, the live-action/animated brainchild of Disney, Spielberg and Zemeckis is still making soundtrack news.