Category Archive: Hot Women

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)

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Disney’s first venture into the burgeoning genre of sci-fi would also be its first real Cold War film. Also, it’s awesome. At this stage in its history, Disney was almost exclusively adapting novels… Continue reading

Peter Pan (1953)

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It’s Peter Pandemonium, folks! The story of Peter Pan follows three children as they’re lured out of a window in the belief that they can fly, and then whisked away to a world where… Continue reading

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)

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An animated adaptation of The Wind in the Willows, the first story follows the capricious Mr. Toad. Mr. Toad is a git. He gets conned by a group of tough lookin’ weasels, who pass… Continue reading

Melody Time (1948)

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Melody Time = the down home, woodsy and not as good equivalent to Make Mine Music, which, as we all know, was the craphouse pop music version of the much better Fantasia. And… Continue reading

Fun and Fancy Free (1947)

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Fun and Fancy Free–Violence, Violence and More Violence Fun and Fancy Free was one of those Post-WWII Disney features where they basically decided to scrap the idea of making one long film, and… Continue reading

Make Mine Music (1946)

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Here’s another one of Disney’s early collections of shorts they strung together and called a feature film. Yay. It’s half “ho hum” dross, half “um, what?” Even so, Disney, never one to disappoint,… Continue reading

World War 2 Shorts (1941-45)

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Softening the Blow of Being Drafted With the Pearl Harbor attacks America was suddenly involved in a war it had resisted entering. So Disney set out to soften the blow, and promote the… Continue reading

Bambi (1942)

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Sovereign Cervine Bambi is born and all the woodland creatures come to celebrate and congratulate Bambi’s mother on the birth of the little prince. Wait, what? Why is Bambi a prince? How does this… Continue reading

Fantasia (1940)

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Fantasia is basically one of the coolest things Disney’s created. Ever. There’s also not a lot of social stuff to commentary on, so we’ll be brief. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor It was… Continue reading

Saludos Amigos (1942)/The Three Caballeros (1944)

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Both Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros are portmanteau films, that is, a series of shorts that are tied together by a single theme or premise.  Disney created seven (arguably eight) portmanteau films… Continue reading