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Tag Archives: walt & el grupo
This February 8th at 7pm, the USC Center on Public Diplomacy will hold a special screening of the Walt & El Grupo documentary. The director and producer will hold a Q&A session after the screening. Summary: It was 1941, a … Continue reading
Today is the second day our of Disney Documentary DVD Give-Away. Here’s a look at the trailer for one of the three DVDs that’s part of the prize package – Walt & El Grupo. Contest Rules and a chance to … Continue reading
Three new Disney-themed documentaries arrive on DVD tomorrow (with bonus features and collectible keepsakes), each exploring a unique facet of the company’s history. Many Disney fans have been waiting for months to see some or all of these films as they were … Continue reading
Walt & El Grupo revisits the amazing ten-week trip that Walt Disney and his talented group of hand picked artists and filmmakers (later known as El Grupo) took to South America in 1941 at the behest of the U.S. Government … Continue reading
(Editors note: I’m the process of writing the review for the recent re-release of “The Three Caballeros” and “Saludos Amigos” on DVD. That DVD has a wonderful extra that just skims the top of Walt’s famous 1941 trip to Latin … Continue reading