For your weekend viewing pleasure, courtesy of Progress City Public Access TV…
This classy little documentary was made for the Disney Channel in 1989. It tells the story of Walt’s life, and continues from there through the events of 1984 and beyond. There’s a great deal about Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, which was in production [...]
So much to say about this one…
Promising times, eh? I can’t even describe how exciting it was to be a young fan in these years. I was thirteen and it seemed that the awesome was just never going to stop.
Of course, it’s pretty ironic that of all these promised goodies, we only ever [...]
Here’s a little something for you Hayley Mills fans – and I know you’re out there, too. This is from the Disney Channel in 1988, meant to promote the made-for-TV movie Parent Trap III.
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The 1970s were a strange time. Much of the entertainment produced in that decade seems to have been created by aliens masquerading as humans; everything seems vaguely familiar, but enough small details are off just enough that the cumulative effect is decidedly creepy. So it is with this piece of video, Lady and the Tramp: [...]
Gather ’round, young ones, and I’ll tell you a tale of the distant days of yore when the Disney Channel featured programming related vaguely to Walt Disney and the Disney films and parks.
One staple of those great days was interstitial segments that aired between programs (the channel had no commercial breaks back then), which [...]