Category Archives: Disney Silver Era

Alice In Wonderland (1951) Review

“Alice In Wonderland” is another of Disney’s offerings from the silver era, an anthology film based on the works of Lewis Carroll. “Alice Of Wonderland” tells the surreal story of a London schoolgirl who follows a mysterious white rabbit down … Continue reading

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Cinderella (1950) Review

Out of the three classic girls, Cinderella often serves as the face of the Disney princess franchise, which makes sense when you think about it. Cinderella isn’t the first Disney princess or the one who established the template (that would … Continue reading

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Peter Pan (1953) Review

“Peter Pan” is another of Disney’s classic fairy tales, and the property seems like such a good fit for the studio. Ever since “Snow White“, Disney had been all about bringing whimsical fairy tales and children’s stories to life with … Continue reading

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Lady and the Tramp (1955) Review

“Lady and the Tramp” is another one of those movies that’s a fond childhood memory for me. I’d seen films like “Robin Hood”¬†and “The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh” before it and enjoyed them (not to mention, greats from … Continue reading

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