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Working on “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”
As remembered by Preston Blair in Cartoonist PROfiles No.49, 1981
Jud Hurd
In a short span of twelve years Walt Disney (and his studio) advanced from Steamboat Willie, which is primitive by today’s standards, to Mickey in Fantasia as “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”. With the other great Disney classics of that golden era, the film practically came out of nowhere. Writers claim that “after forty years (now), the animation of Fantasia remains unsurpassed. The film looms now as a masterpiece with a cult following ever enlarging all over the world. They say watching Fantasia is an awakening, an emotional experience on an unknown higher plateau of consciousness.” It is claimed “Fantasia is psychedelic, a soul trip to another dimension…a high point in the art of animated film…” […]


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Source type Book Series
Volume 15 Chapter: 7
Subject date 1981
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 4
Pages pp. 73-76


Id 290
Availability Purchasable
Inserted 2014-11-19