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VOICES OF PAST Disney motion pictures are reunited with TV host Mike Douglas, left, during videotaping of Mike Douglas Show at Walt Disney World. Others pictured are from left, Scatman Crothers, the voice of Scat Cat in the Aristocats; Adriana Caselotti, the voice of Snow White; Clarence Nash, voice of Donald Duck; and Sterling Holloway, voice of Winnnie the Pooh and other characters. Behind each guest is the famed Disney character as it appears today. Mike, himself, was the singing voice of Prince Charming in the movie Cinderella. Five 90-minute shows were being taped during the week of January 26 for national telecast in February.
We at the Jungle Navigation Company understand that New Fantasyland is very successful, and that they want to duplicate that success, but REALLY? This is pushing it a bit…
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs premiered at the Carthay Circle Theater 75 years ago today, on Dec. 21st, 1937.
Celebrity guests at the premier included Shirley Temple, Charlie Chaplin, Marlene Dietrich, Milton Berle, Ginger Rogers, and Cary Grant.
The film was the first full length animation picture that took $1.48 million dollars and three years of production to create. Snow White received a special Academy Award and it’s $8 millon dollar return lead to the studio green lighting the production of several more full length features.