Waking Sleeping Beauty is a film that, by all rights, shouldn’t exist.
After all, at its core it’s the story of massive egos maneuvering for control and credit in the wake of one of the Disney company’s most successful artistic and financial periods since Walt’s death in 1966. Getting any of the parties involved [...]
Roy Disney, smiling in Honolulu after completing the 43rd Transpacific Yacht Race on July 24, 2005. Disney and his crew aboard the Pyewacket finished second in the race. (AP Photo)
What’s weird is that I was thinking about Roy E. Disney just this morning.
I don’t remember why; my Disney-related reveries while I should be [...]
I read the news today, oh boy.
More on this tonight, but Roy… you’ll be missed terribly.
UPDATE: The official statement from The Walt Disney Company.
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