Kaela and David are in for some interesting history lessons with this grim 1943 film, which hoped to inspire confidence and support for a stronger American air force during World War II.
This month, Kaela and David view and discuss the first of several "package films" produced in the 1940s, containing several animated shorts, footage from a trip to South America, and the introduction of José Carioca
Kaela, David and special guest Ben Spiegel (writer, director, and progeny of Imagineer Steve Spiegel) discuss woodland hierarchy, tonal whiplash and how Man is the truest evil in this pastoral coming-of-age story from 1942.
This month, Kaela and David talk about the conspiracy of the missing Mr. Jumbo, Timothy J. Mouse's origins, and pink elephants on parade in this high-flying film that soared into the hearts of millions on Halloween, 1941.
David and Kaela are certainly not reluctant to talk about this film from 1941, a behind-the-scenes look at the Walt Disney Animation Studios, in their first bonus episode, tentatively labeled Animusings+.
Kaela and David sit down with guest Abysmii (Raygun Readers) for a discussion of the ambitious combination of animation and classical music in Walt Disney's 1940 "concert feature."
Kaela, David and special guest Andrew Linde (Nothing New: A Remake Podcast) get together to talk puppets, comedic animal duos, butt jokes and Jiminy Cricket's roving eye for the ladies in Disney's 2nd animated feature, released in 1940.
Kaela and David begin their journey through the Disney canon with the world's first feature-length animated film, which debuted in 1937.
Coming soon to the Benview Network, Kaela and David will go back to the world of yesterday to review the animated films made by Disney in chronological order.