Looking at the cross currents of historical and contemporary events
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Nice to think that Walt Disney was once a maverick, bucking commericial trends with great animated features like Snow White and Fantasia. Disney's Folly was the moniker of Snow White and Seven Dwarfs when it first appeared in 1937. It was his brother Roy who dubbed the film, saying there was no market for animated feature films. Looks like Walt got the last laugh. Maybe Grumpy was Roy?