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Animation Lookback: Walt Disney Animation Studios is the first season of Animation Lookback. Just as the title says, AniMat talks about the entire history of Walt Disney Animation Studios (from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to "The Princess and the Frog") split up into 14 parts. The final part consists of the "Honorable Mention(s)", which in this case are Mary Poppins (1964) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988).

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Part 1 (Chapters 01-03)Edit

In this part he talks about how Walt Disney created Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse. He also talks about his first 3 films which are Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, and Fantasia.

Part 2 (Chapters 04-05)Edit

In this  part he talks about Walt's next flims Dumbo and Bambi. He also talks about how the war took over the studio and the first 3 package films Saludos Amigos, The Three Caballeros, and Make Mine Music.

Part 3 (Chapters 06-07)Edit

In this  part he talks about  how the didn't have enough money after the war and the postwar package films Fun and Fancy Free, Melody Time, and The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. He also talks about Walt's return to feature films beginning with Cinderella and one of the two films Walt had planned before the war, Alice in Wonderland.

Part 4 (Chapter 08)Edit

In this  part he talks about the other film Walt had planned the before the war Peter Pan. He also talks about the flims Walt had made with different animation Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping BeautyOne Hundred and One Dalmatians, and The Sword and the Stone.

Part 5 (Chapters 09-11)Edit

In this  part he talks about Walt's final flims before his death in 1966 The Jungle Book, The Aristocats, Robin Hood, and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Part 6 (Chapter 12)Edit

In this  part he talks about the films the studio produced after Walt's death  The Rescuers, The Fox and the Hound, The Black Cauldron, and The Great Mouse Detective.

Part 7 (Chapter 13)Edit

In this  part he talks about the film that earned as much money as The Land Before Time, Oliver & Company.  He also talks about the first flims of the Disney Renaissance The Little Mermaid and The Rescuers Down Under.

Part 8 (Chapter 14)Edit

In this  part he talks about the most successful Disney films of the Renaissance: Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King.

Part 9 (Chapter 15) Edit

In this part he talks about how Disney started getting only modest box office performances starting with Pocahontas,The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Hercules

Part 10 (Chapter 16) Edit

In this part he talks about Disney's last films of the Disney Renaissance, Mulan and Tarzan and Post-Renaissance films Fantasia 2000 and Dinosaur

Part 11 (Chapter 17) Edit

In this part he talks about how Disney went downhill with The Emperor's New Groove, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and Lilo & Stitch

Part 12 (Chapters 18-19) Edit

In this part he talks about how Disney kept getting financial or critical disappointments such as Treasure Planet, Brother Bear, and Home on the Range, and their switch from hand drawn animation to computer animation starting with Chicken Little

Part 13 (Chapters 20-21) Edit

In this part he talks about Disney's later computer animated films Meet the Robinsons, Bolt, and return to hand drawn animation with The Princess and the Frog

Part 14 (Honorable Mentions) (22-24) Edit

In this part he talks about Disney's live action/animated films Mary Poppins and Who Framed Roger Rabbit and upcoming films Tangled, Winnie the Pooh, The Snow Queen (renamed Frozen), and King of the Elves (before it was shelved).

See alsoEdit

Animation Lookback: Walt Disney Animation Studios/transcript

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