Default Disney: “Steamboat Willie” (1928)

To kick off our weekly look at the Disney films and shorts, we go back to the one that started it all, 1928's "STEAMBOAT WILLIE." But first...
Make Mine Music

Default Disney: Make Mine Music (1946)

A dancing wind instrument, a child wolf hunter, and an operatic cetacean mammal show us how to MAKE MINE MUSIC in today's Default Disney review!

Default Disney: “Don Donald” (1937)

Donald Duck makes his solo debut in 1937's "Don Donald," the story of a duck, his materialistic girlfriend, a dancing donkey, and the Mexican desert...
Skeleton Dance

Default Disney: “The Skeleton Dance” (1929)

After Walt Disney found success with Mickey Mouse following the release of "Steamboat Willie," he began to look for ways to diversify his output...

Default Disney: The Three Caballeros (1944)

To say that THE THREE CABALLEROS is one of the most unusual entries in the Disney canon is an understatement. With flying donkeys, human/horse hybrids...

Default Disney: Saludos Amigos (1942)

Walt Disney, Donald Duck, and Goofy star in Saludos Amigos - a South American trip involving Latin beats, perilous mail delivery, and a forbidden romance...
Casey Bats Again

Default Disney: “Casey Bats Again” (1954)

"Casey at the Bat" returns in "Casey Bats Again" - a sequel that, bizarrely, has the macho baseball player coaching an all-girl team & dressing in drag...
Fantasia

Default Disney: Fantasia (1940)

1940 was an interesting year in the history of the Disney Studio. It saw the release of two full-length animated films (Pinocchio and Fantasia),...
Reluctant Dragon

Default Disney: The Reluctant Dragon (1941)

If losing the European market due to World War II was bad enough for the Walt Disney Studios, worse was yet to come. In...
Snow White

Default Disney: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Walt Disney Animation had come a long way since the early black-and-white days of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse in the 1920's. Disney's...

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Deleted Disney: Is “Proud of Your Boy” ALADDIN’S Most Tragic Cut?

ALADDIN's "Proud of Your Boy" stands as one of the most heartbreaking deleted Disney songs but would it have fit in the final film that we got?