Tag Archives: Walt Disney
Here’s an RKO Newsreel from 1938, the second half of which features behind the scenes footage of the Disney Studio producing several shorts and Snow White.
Shooting models was not new to the Disney Studios, it was a technique used on Pinocchio for the gypsy wagon, bird cage and stagecoach.
The Camera Department at Disney provided one of the most vital functions of the animation process – because without it, how would audiences be able to view the films.
One of the most colorful and controversial figures of the legendary Disney Strike of 1941 was Herb Sorrell. For your enlightenment, here is a first hand account of the Disney strike while it was happening.