In 1942, the Disney Studios created a public service announcement, Out of the Frying Pan and into the Firing Line, which showed “the importance of saving waste fats.”
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In December of 1933, The Walt Disney Studios released its own version of the classic Clement Clarke Moore poem as its fortieth animated Silly Symphony cartoon.
A fascinating story of triumph over adversity, coupled with the visually rich artwork of a contemporary pop artist. This is the subject of my latest book.
When a lost Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon is found, either full or partial, that’s when the real work begins with restoration and preservation.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was Walt Disney’s first big success – until he lost the contract and that prompted him to create Mickey Mouse; and the Rest is History!