p. 26 p. 27 p. 28

[Condensed from The Public Opinion Quarterly, Summer Issue, 1945]

Like other American homes, the home of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck went to war. From the Disney Studios poured training films for the Armed Forces and animated cartoons prodding and instructing the homefront. Out of these strikingly successful efforts has come a new impetus for the use of animated cartoons as an educational device in peacetime.

In this article Walt Disney enthusiastically supports Mickey‘s professorial possibilities. But he also describes the obstacles in the way of the educational film and his analysis will serve as a suggestive guide to all those concerned with putting the film to work as a teacher. […]

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