Interview with Richard Sherman discussing his carreer, the process of song creation for film and his history working at the Walt Disney Studios.

At the end of the interview Richard Sherman performs "its a small world after all", "Winnie the Pooh", "Chim Chim Cher-ee", "Feed the Birds" and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang".


  • 00:00:40  The Difference Between Composer & Songwriter For Films
  • 00:03:00  Brief background of Richard Sherman; Annette Funicello
  • 00:11:14  The Process For Creating Songs For Film; Creation of "Chim Chim Cher-ee"
  • 00:15:47  On Collaboration
  • 00:18:40  Arranging and orchestrating
  • 00:22:22  Recording process
  • 00:23:27  Buddy Baker; Tutti Camarata; Paul Smith; Oliver Wallace
  • 00:25:38  "The Legend of Lobo"; Walt Disney having confidence in "the Boys"
  • 00:27:13  Max Steiner; "Those Calloways"
  • 00:27:50  Walter Sheets (orchestrator); "Jungle Book"
  • 00:28:32  Evelyn Kennedy (musical editor)
  • 00:29:27  Maurice Chevalier and other carreer high points
  • 00:31:20  Carreer low points?
  • 00:31:45  Conclusion
  • 00:32:10  Background and performance of "its a small world after all"
  • 00:35:44  "Winnie the Pooh"
  • 00:36:41  "Chim Chim Cher-ee"
  • 00:39:11  Walt Disney's favorite Song From Mary Poppins: "Feed the Birds"
  • 00:41:41  "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"