50 things you might not know about your favorite Disney films, 1937-1953 edition

Published: Tuesday, June 3 2014 9:48 p.m. MDT

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"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was the world's first full-length animated feature, and 4 1/2 years of work went into making a picture that nobody believed would succeed. It was called, "Disney's folly.

The film went on to become a smash hit, and laid the foundation for what has grown into a Disney empire.

Video: Watch a 1937 trailer for the film here, and a trailer for a re-release of the film below.

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Dewey, AZ

I find number 25 interesting--the new animators not believing the old animators were not on drugs when they thought up the pink elephant sequence. It shows the world that drugs are not the answer to creativity. We can be creative by just using the minds God gave us.

Orem, UT

How many licks does it take to get to the center of a baby raccoon? Well if you own the VHS copy of Bambi, and maybe the first DVD, you will know. Near the end of the movie where the animals are coming to the shore of the island to escape the fire, you will see a mother raccoon licking her baby. One the third or fourth lick the baby raccoon disappears. They fixed it in later releases.

colleen peters
Portage, MI

Interesting all credits were given except for the guy singing the song. Not Jimminy Cricket but old vaudeville "Ukelele (sp?) Ike" or Cliff Edwards in real life.

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