Thursday, February 28, 2013

Rediscovering the Magic Episode 18: Song of the South and So Dear to my Heart....Strike that. Reverse it.

Welcome to Rediscovering the Magic, our ongoing series of Disney trivia, history, and poop jokes.  We bring you our 18th episode where we continue our series on the films that combine live action and animation with one movie that is very obscure while the other one is not exactly available for purchase in the United States but is much beloved regardless. "So Dear to My Heart" is an obscure classic that displays the medium in a very sweet and fun movie.  "Song of the South" could possibly be one of the most misunderstood movies of all time.  Both star child actor Bobby Driscoll and both are worth your time....if you can find them.  Enjoy and thanks for listening!

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Friday, February 1, 2013

Rediscovering the Magic Episode 17: The Reluctant Dragon and Victory Through Air Power!

Welcome to this 17th episode of Rediscovering the Magic!  We bring you this episode where Rick, Roy, and Ben take a look at the two earliest movies that combined live action and animation, The Reluctant Dragon and the World War II propaganda film Victory Through Air Power.  We also take a look at some of the more memorable (and infamous) bits of propaganda from that era as well.  Next episode we will take a look at Song of the South and So Dear to My Heart!    Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode!

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