Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson’s – The Adventures of Tintin

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, based on the classic Belgian comic strips by Georges Remi (aka Hergé), directed by Steven Spielberg, and co-produced by Peter Jackson

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Just for fun
The Unofficial Title Sequence for ‘The Adventures of Tintin’
Made by James Curran, this features elements from each of the 24 Tintin books.  Music composed by Ray Parker and Tom Szczeniak. — Love the simplicity of the style, while still managing to nail all the details of the original artwork… 

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Winnie-the-Pooh

Many grew up knowing Winnie the Pooh (aka Pooh Bear) and his merry band of friends… Now beloved Winnie the Pooh returns to the Hundred Acre Wood with the first big-screen Pooh adventure from Disney animation in more than 35 years (available on Blu-ray & DVD)… hand drawn animation fun for the whole family.

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Origins of Winnie the Pooh
Writer and playwright A.A. Milne said the idea of Pooh came from his son’s teddy bear which was named after a black bear from the London Zoo and a swan named PoohMilne’s stories and poems about Winnie the Pooh are classics.  Ashdown Forest is the place where the real Christopher Robin spent his summer vacations and where the books were written by Milne, and then illustrated by E. H. Shepard.  — Here is a bit of the history and making of the latest Winnie the Pooh big-screen adventure.

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Harry Colebourn and Winnie, 1914
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Walt: The Man Behind The Myth

A great find I stumbled across – here is a 2001 documentary… a portrait of a legend…  

Walt – The Man Behind The Myth
Walt Disney… founder of The Walt Disney Company, family man, film producer, director, screenwriter, voice actor, animator, entrepreneur, entertainer, international icon, philanthropist,… he helped shape the face of 20th century entertainment…  

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of his birth (1901), Inspired by daughter Diane Disney Miller, narrated by Dick Van Dyke, featuring never-before-seen footage, interviews with such animation greats as Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Chuck Jones, John Lasseter, and more.  This portrait offers an intimate look at the man… whose legacy continues to inspire… the world.

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