Tag Archives: Disney Dark Age Era

The Jungle Book (1967) Review

“The Jungle Book” is a nice example of a lightweight Disney movie. The studio has done it’s fair share of movies that are sad, exciting, romantic, or frightening, and “The Jungle Book” isn’t really any one of those. It’s a … Continue reading

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Oliver and Company (1988) Review

Since it’s set in what was once contemporary Manhattan, “Oliver And Company” is very much an 80’s movie. So totally 80’s from top to bottom – with grit, rock and roll, implacable villains, and edgy bad-boys with hidden hearts of … Continue reading

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The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1977) Review

In my “Robin Hood” review, I proposed the idea that Disney compensated for their lower budgets and the rougher animation quality in the films, during the dark age period of the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s, by making the humor as … Continue reading

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Robin Hood (1973) Review

I’ve always had a great deal of fondness for Disney’s furry, lighthearted and unorthodox spin on the Robin Hood myth – starring a cast of quirky, anthropomorphic animals – to the point where I’d say it’s one of the standout … Continue reading

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