THE COLLISION: Episode 67 – FROZEN and the History of Disney Animation

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This week on The Collision, the release of Frozen has us looking back at the history of Disney Animation Studios.  We discuss the studio’s Golden Ages, growing up during the second golden age, the recent resurgence over the past several years, comparisons to other animation studios, the loss of 2D animation, and much more.  As always, we finish up with our recommendations.

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Adam’s Recommendation:Hercules

Dave’s Recommendation: An American Tail

Matt’s Recommendation: The Princess and the Frog

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  • Lewis

    Why is An American Tail a recommendation when it’s not a Disney movie?

    • Dave Trumbore

      Because we’re rogues who play by nobody’s rules, even when they’re our own! (Director Don Bluth was a former Disney animator who left due to creative differences and started his own studio. An American Tail was one of his early films under that banner.)

    • Dave Trumbore

      Because we’re rogues who play by nobody’s rules, even when they’re our own! (Director Don Bluth was a former Disney animator who left due to creative differences and started his own studio. An American Tail was one of his early films under that banner.)

    • Dave Trumbore

      Because we’re rogues who play by nobody’s rules, even when they’re our own! (Director Don Bluth was a former Disney animator who left due to creative differences and started his own studio. An American Tail was one of his early films under that banner.)

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