The year 1948 will be remembered in Disney history for mostly one key reason: it is the year when James Algar helped conceive and direct Seal Island, the first of the world-famous “True-Life Adventures.” But while Jim Algar’s name will undoubtedly always be linked to a series he directed for more than a decade, his career at Disney was the most versatile and creative that one could imagine. His creations range from animation to production of attractions for the parks, giving him as wide a perspective on the creative life at Disney as can be conceived. […]

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