In the twenty-five years since its release, this film has been somewhat overshadowed by the Pixar blockbuster films that followed.
Category Archives: Animation Cel-ebration
The many famous animated characters who have appeared as balloons in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
First airing on CBS in 1973, the special features almost entirely new material not featured in Schulz’s comic strip.
Fifty years later, produced at that uncertain time at Disney and dismissed by a number of critics, has developed quite the audience from multiple generations.
An excellent “warm-up lap” for the artistic leaps and box-office blowouts on the horizon for Disney.
When Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas bowed in theaters thirty years ago, it came and went quickly.
A rotation of Halloween specials that can go on repeat so quickly – it’s almost, well, scary.
The story behind the childhood myth: that monsters live in the bedroom closet.
The Land Before Time and Oliver & Company bowed on the same day, and both films found an audience, popularity and a connection with filmgoers.
“All I got was a rock!” Just one of the many, now indelible moments that has woven its way into Halloween celebrations.