This was their biggest hit since Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs some 15 years ago. Because of Cinderella Disney Productions stayed in business and could go on to produce many more heartwarming movies. 1937 – SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARVES Mr. Disney has made a few animated short films that have been very successful, but his first attempt at a full-length animated feature film was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The film was based on the fairy tale written by the Brothers Grimm. The movie was released on December 21, 1937 and earned $8 million during its initial release, making it the most successful movie of its time.
With all the fandom coming along with Mickey Mouse, Walt Disney formed the Mickey Mouse Club which promoted Disney films and products and taught members strong moral lessons. The Mickey Mouse Club reached its highest membership in 1932 which made them larger than the Boy Scouts of America and the Girl Scouts of America combined (anb.org)! This was only one of Walt Disney’s many accomplishments. On December 21, 1937, Disney released his first full length animated musical, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This movie made over one million dollars (Walt Disney Biography).
The Magical of Animation: Disney Films Vs Ghibli Films Cartoons are the one that young and old audience grew up with. The most popular cartoon of all time was called “Disney”. Though way back in the 1928, a short animated film introduces in black and white called “Streamboat Wilie” with a cartoon mouse named Mickey. However, in 1986 a Japanese animated film had been joined in the world of animation (a.k.a called “anime” in Japanese). His name was Hayao Miyazaki He capture the wonderful imagination known well in the Japanese animation film existed today.
His overall tone and strategy of writing was relatable and the least bit overwhelming, which quickly grabbed my attention and made me interested in things I would not normally be interested in. The ending of the novel was inspiring. The author suggests the reader to look into great novels, and even supplies a list of novels a personally suggests. He ended with a very ... ... middle of paper ... ...orcist” and look how many spin offs came from it. The spin off movies grew from the same idea, but had a little twist, just to give it a hint of originality, like “The Exorcism of Emily Rose.” While everyone’s minds are vastly different, we still get some of the same ideas.
Former Universal and Disney decided to make an agreement to animate cartoons by using the Powers’ Cinephone sound process. Silly Symphony was another huge success for Disney. Years later he start to see all the success that all of his cartoons had so he decided to make all of those characters real and there is when he decided to build “Disney World.” Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the first full-length animated film that was reproduced on December 21, 1937 in Los Angeles it produced an unimaginable $1.499 million and it won eight Oscars even in the spite of the Depression he was
The Sound of Music In 1965 Robert Wise presented the world with his smashing box office hit film, The Sound of Music. Over time it has become known as one of the most loved and well-known musicals of all time. Shortly after its release it won many Academy awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Sound, Best Adapted Score, Best Film Editing, Best Film-Musical, Best Color Cinematography, and Best Costume design (Freiden par3). The movie is based upon the true story of the VonTrapp family and allows its audience to relive their family experience as well as their flight from Nazism just before the outbreak of World War Two. So why is it that even today, The Sound of Music is still the "most popular movie-musical ever made?"
Presley released a series of top singles, including “In the Ghetto” (Number Three, 1969), “Suspicious Minds” (Number One, 1969 — his first chart-topper in over seven years), “Don’t Cry Daddy” (Number Six, 1969), and “The Wonder of You” (Number Nine, 1970). He toured the country annually, selling out showrooms, auditoriums, and arenas, frequently breaking box-office records. Until his death, he performed a total of nearly 1,100 concerts. There were two on-tour documentaries released, Elvis: That’s the Way It Is (1970) and Elvis on Tour (1972), the latter of which won the Golden Globe Award for Best Documentary. He filed a divorce with his wife and got addicted to prescription drugs.
Also, these movies had extremely different uses of music and visuals, but both movie versions incorporated them well for the ambiance it tried to obtain. Finally, both movie versions drew characters to captivate the audience; however in Ethan Hawke’s version, the characters were used so effectively that it was easy to feel involved with them. While both these versions of Hamlet had a captivating ambiance, Ethan Hawke’s version was more appealing due to the intellectual incentive that it offered. Setting and mood are methods of direction that can change a film’s ambiance and bring on an adundance of intelligent thoughts. Hawke and Branagh both reproduced Hamlet with a setting and mood that were both appealing for an audience.
The notion that analysis kills the joy of watching a good movie is unfounded; such analysis enhances the viewer’s overall experience by providing criteria with which to judge the quality of the film. All of these aforementioned ideas have been analyzed in detail, with the conclusion that film and childhood have a complex and natural relationship, which must be analyzed to truly be appreciated. Works Cited Cornet, Roth. "Steven Spielberg Envisioned ‘Harry Potter’ As An Animated Franchise." Screen Rant n.d., n. pag.
Disney is well known internationally to all ages for its magic and fun that has expanded from movies to merchandise to resorts and parks. With that being said, Disney gains a lot of revenue from these companies and products being sold. According to a private investor, Joshua Kennon, the Disney stock started in the 1950’s only at $13.88. Now, at about $77.00 per share, one should invest in the stock with their major successes that will only improve as the years go on. They had a great success with movies as in the Avengers (they now own Marvel) and recently the animation film, Frozen which improved to 41% more than the last year’s failure from the movie Lone Ranger or John Carter.