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Milestones in Disney Animation

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This program of beloved classic cartoons from the Disney Archive features a number of firsts and other examples of the studio’s early dedication to advancing the art form of animation. Among the titles in the program are Flowers and Trees (1932, the first Technicolor cartoon), The Wise Little Hen (1934, the first appearance of Donald Duck), The Old Red Mill (1937, the first use of Disney’s Multiplane camera), and Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom (1953, the studio’s first film in CinemaScope). (Program approx. 95 mins., DCP)

Program:

  • Flowers and Trees (1932), first Technicolor cartoon
  • The Wise Little Hen (1934), first appearance of Donald Duck
  • The Goddess of Spring (1934)
  • The Band Concert (1935), first color appearance of Mickey Mouse
  • Magician Mickey (1937), featuring Donald Duck
  • Moose Hunters (1937), featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy
  • The Old Mill (1937), first use of Multiplane camera
  • Ferdinand The Bull (1938)
  • Donald's Tire Trouble (1943)
  • A Knight for a Day (1946), featuring Goofy
  • Mail Dog (1947), featuring Pluto
  • Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom (1953), first use of CinemaScope

Films restored by the Walt Disney Studio.

SUPPORT FOR CINEMA REVIVAL

Susan Tomasky and Ron Ungvarsky

Robert Gray Palmer and Susan Lee Simms

 

SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FILM/VIDEO

Rohauer Collection Foundation

 

GENERAL SUPPORT FOR THE WEXNER CENTER

Greater Columbus Arts Council

Columbus Foundation

Nationwide Foundation

Ohio Arts Council

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Milestones in Disney Animation