Disney: The Cut And Paste Years

Or, ‘I’m sure I’ve seen that dancing bear before somewhere’.

Or, ‘I’m sure I’ve seen that dancing bear before somewhere’. Thanks to Chunnel.tv for alerting us to this clip (by Vinichou) pointing out that, when it comes to recycling, Disney was way ahead

“I would assume that Disney regarded some of these sequences as sort of ‘stock’ motion,” says Chunnel’s Stu, who posted the clip, “and it was probably the new guy’s job to go dig out those Jungle Book cells and translate all the monkeys into dwarfs.”

Chunnel.tv is a creative showcase site that is run by WPP’s United Network.

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