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Tag Archives: the princess and the frog
I don’t know what it is, but the sound of the Ukulele is perfectly suited to Ma Belle Evangeline from The Princess and the Frog. Originally written by Randy Newman and performed in the movie by Jim Cummings as “Ray” … Continue reading
Editor: Please welcome back guest author Mark Storer to The Disney Blog. When Disney’s The Princess and The Frog first came out, there were all kinds of pontifications. Many pundits thought it Disney’s best work, sublime, thoughtful and artfully crafted. … Continue reading
John Lasseter is the busiest guy at Disney. He’s the co-founder of Pixar, the history-making computer animation studio, chief creative officer of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios; and the principal creative advisor to Walt Disney Imagineering, and in demand … Continue reading
When we heard that Walt Disney Animation Studios had decided that hand-drawn animation should not have died with the poorly received “Home On The Range” and that they were reviving the the Princess genre as well, with the first African … Continue reading