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The art of Ink and Paint was on display today at the Disney Animation pavilion!
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filmmakers , Chris Buck, and Peter Del Vecho met fans at the Disney Animation pavilion!
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Disney Animation 9h
Head over to the Disney Animation pavilion at to unlock a special experience on Snapchat.
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Disney D23 9h
The 2019 Disney Legends Ceremony Livestream
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Disney Animation 10h
Let the adventure begin! Join us all weekend long at the Disney Animation pavilion for presentations, photo opps, and more!
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Disney Animation 11h
What's happening at the Disney Animation pavilion today? Here's a look at our schedule!
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Disney D23 22h
JUST ANNOUNCED: The first ever Moana-inspired attraction is headed to Epcot:
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Disney Animation Aug 22
Legendary animator Eric Goldberg will be featured in One Day at Disney! Learn more about the new documentary series and coffee table book:
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Disney Animation Aug 22
joins the Walt Disney Signature Collection on Digital, & Blu-ray 9/24. Pre-order now:
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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9. Ugly Duckling (1939) was the 75th and final Silly Symphony. Bianca Majolie, who was the first woman Story Artist at Disney Animation, was a contributor to the film's story.
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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8. The Oscar®-winning short The Old Mill (1937) was the first time the Multiplane Camera was used at Disney Animation.
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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7. The character design for Music Land (1935), was done by Albert Hurter, the first concept artist to work at Disney Animation.
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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6. Disney Legend Joe Grant, who started the Character Model Department at the Studio, designed Toby Tortoise for the 45th Silly Symphony, The Tortoise and the Hare (1935).
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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5. The Wise Little Hen (1934) was the debut on the one and only Donald Duck, who celebrates his 85th anniversary this year!
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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4. Grasshopper and the Ants (1934) also features the voice of Pinto Colvig as the Grasshopper in the film.
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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3. In Three Little Pigs (1933), the voices of the Big Bad Wolf and the Practical Pig were performed, respectively, by Billy Bletcher (who often did the voice of Peg Leg Pete) and Pinto Colvig (who was, at that time, the voice of Goofy).
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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2. Flowers and Trees (1932), the 29th Silly Symphony and the first in Technicolor, was the first Disney film to win an Academy Award!
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Disney Animation Aug 22
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1. The Skeleton Dance, directed by Walt Disney, was released 8/22/1929. Carl Stallings, who directed the music for the short, also came up with the story.
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Disney Animation Aug 22
Today marks the 90th anniversary of the release of The Skeleton Dance, the very first Silly Symphony! To celebrate, here are nine fun facts about this series of groundbreaking short films from !
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Disney Animation Aug 22
The magic returns! Disney’s is on Digital & 8/27 and Blu-ray 9/10. New on 4K Ultra HD! Pre-order:
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