A tribute to the stop-motion classic starring Danny Kaye, Paul Frees, Casey Kasem and Vincent Price, in his first animated role.
Category Archives: ANIMATION SPIN
The versatile singer/actor Ms. Lester appeared on more individual Walt Disney Records than any other artist in history.
Sterling Holloway and the Disneyland Records “stock company” recorded tales, poems and “hums” from the A.A. Milne books that preceded the films or never reached the screen.
TV’s first feature-length animated film and its companion pop storybook album happened in a roundabout way.
Decades after the cartoons were produced, MGM Cartoon music was released on CD to draw attention to its unique artistry.
Within a few years of his January 1910 birth, artist/writer and “primo Popeye” voice actor Jack Mercer started his entertainment legacy. Let’s look at a few vintage Mercer grooves.
The animation connections – including those personally approved by Walt Disney—are part of what makes the 1934 Laurel and Hardy version of the musical fantasy so unique.
One of the finest holiday specials ever created hits the half-century mark, so here’s a fresh look at the flawless soundtrack that played such a major part in its success.