wise little hen

Default Disney: “The Wise Little Hen” (1934)

At first glance, "The Wise Little Hen" may seem like a typical Silly Symphony release - yet another musical retelling of a famous fairy...

Default Disney: Bambi (1942)

The release of Bambi in 1942 marked the end of an era at the Walt Disney Studios. America had entered World War II and...
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),...

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...

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: “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...

Default Disney: “The Barnyard Battle” (1929)

Disney's THE BARNYARD BATTLE - if you've ever wanted to see Mickey Mouse stripped down naked and given a disturbing, intrusive physical examination...
Song of the South

Default Disney: Song of the South (1946)

Song of the South. Never has there been a more vilified or controversial film in the Disney canon but is there any truth in these accusations?
Gallopin' Gaucho

Default Disney: “The Gallopin’ Gaucho” (1928)

"The Gallopin' Gaucho" was Mickey Mouse's second onscreen adventure - that is, it was the second Mickey cartoon animated after the first, "Plane Crazy,"...
Get a Horse

Default Disney: “Get a Horse!” (2013)

Since his final regular short was released in 1953 ("The Simple Things"), Mickey Mouse has only made sporadic appearances in films outside of television,...

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Disney Merchandise Barred From Using “Let It Go”?

Has the phrase "Let It Go" from FROZEN been barred from being used on Disney Merchandise by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office?
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