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Tag Archives: Marc Davis
Walt Disney Animation Studios recently made it official, the next animated feature after “Wreck-It Ralph” will be “Frozen.” Frozen has its roots in the the Hans Christian Anderson story “Snow Queen” and has roots back to the days when Walt … Continue reading
Last Monday Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science hosted the Marc Davis Lecture, which this year was a panel talk. Among the panelists was John Lasseter who spoke on the future of animation. One of my favorite quotes from … Continue reading
Finally things are starting look right at Disneyland. That empty window next to Marc Davis’ has its pairing. Disneyland has honored Alice Davis with her own window on Main Street USA at Disneyland which serve as the ‘credits’ to the … Continue reading
It makes me incredibly happy to hear that Disneyland has finally decided to honor the accomplishements of Alice Davis with a window on Main Street USA at Disneyland. These windows serve as the ‘credits’ to the full experience of the … Continue reading