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Posted: 05-Sep-2009, 01:43 PM
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Rabbit of Seville, featuring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd (1950)



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And who could forget Disney's Fantasia.

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I remember seeing that as a kid. What an amazing film - no only did it turn me on to music but the animation was unprecedented for its time. Wasn't that made in the late 1940's?


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Fantasia is a 1940 American animated feature produced by Walt Disney and the third film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. Fantasia features animation set to classical music and no dialogue—only spoken introductions by host Deems Taylor before segments. The music was recorded under the direction of Leopold Stokowski and seven of the eight pieces were performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra. Animated artwork of varying degrees of abstraction or literalism was used to illustrate or accompany the concert in various ways. The film also includes live-action segments featuring Leopold Stokowski, the orchestra and American composer and music critic Deems Taylor. Fantasia was notable for what were then considered its avant-garde qualities and for being the first major film released in stereophonic sound—using a process dubbed "Fantasound".
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