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Disney's ground-breaking combination of music and animation made this an authentic concert experience. Disney and conductor Leopold Stokowski won Honorary Oscars for their work. Numbers like "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" and "Dance of the Hours" are beautifully animated and aren't as dated or weak as the other numbers. Viewers don't need to be die-hard fans of classical music and/or Disney to really appreciate the film. I give it a 4/5.
Overall-4/5Director-4/5Score-5/5Importance-4/5Recommendation to fans of the genre-4/5
My Favorite Disney Film
- Alex Krajci
This Is My Favorite Disney Film, My Two Favorite Segments I Like In This Film Are The Sorcerer's Apprentice And A Night On Bald Mountain.
This is by far the most impressive of any Disney animation film. It is incredibly beautiful and the music amazing! i understand from my Mom, that this film failed at the box office as it was a bit too sophisticated for a country going to war. My first experiance with this film was a re-release (when i was 6 or 8 years old?) and i saw it at a "premier" event at the then, Graumans Chinese Theater. i was spellbound! (so this was either 1958 or 1960) Surely children of today would enjoy this film as much as i did! For me, as really spectacular "family fair" in film, this rates right up top with the Wizard of Oz-nothing had ever been done like this, nothing can ever come close to the beauty of it, the content, the music! The whole crew of animators/musicians/editing you name it are superb. Just a fabulous film that TCM should show and PLEASE release on dvd.