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  • [Question] Documentary Covering Disneyland Leadership

    Hi all,

    The other night my girlfriend and I sat down and watched Waking Sleeping Beauty, a fantastic documentary on the resurgence of Disney Animation in the 1990s. One of the biggest topics covered was the power struggle between Michael Eisner, Jeffery Katzenberg, and Roy Disney Jr. It was a fascinating look behind the magic at the time.

    This got me wondering, are there any other documentaries worth watching about Disneyland's leadership at the time? I'd love to know more about the philosophy changes brought in by Eisner, Wells, et al.

    Any suggestions, films or books, would be greatly appreciated!

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    Where did you find the documentary? I'd love to check it out.

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      Disneywar by James A. Stewart. Excellent eye-opening read.
      "The old man's gonna knock on the sky. Listen to the sound."

      AP'er since 2004. Yup.....I'm one of THEM.

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        Read Micheal Eisners book about how is God of everything with a Midas Touch.

        I think the name is "Work in Progress".
        Be Cool Stay in School!
        Next year I'm trying for a summer internship at Stark Industries.

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          Re: Documentary Covering Disneyland Leadership

          Originally posted by moregumboplease View Post
          Where did you find the documentary? I'd love to check it out.
          Waking Sleeping Beauty - YouTube

          It's very good, I highly recommend it.

          Originally posted by Ortizmo2000 View Post
          Disneywar by James A. Stewart. Excellent eye-opening read.
          Buying a copy off Amazon right now! Almost exactly what I'm looking for.
          Last edited by thjbriggs; 02-27-2014, 04:24 PM.

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            How much of it is about Disneyland?
            Disneyland is not the film division or the TV division.
            It is less than half of the parks division.

            Oh, I see you are looking for information about Disneyland at the time.
            hmm...
            Here is an interesting website that has stuff that happened to Disney Company year by year.

            1984
            http://kpolsson.com/disnehis/disn1984.htm
            This is when the big guns started accumulating shares.

            Takes about 6 months for Eisner to get the job.
            Looking for "Disneyland opened all week."
            Or, "xxx named Disneyland president or head of parks."
            Last edited by sediment; 02-28-2014, 09:59 AM.

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              Originally posted by Ortizmo2000 View Post
              Disneywar by James A. Stewart. Excellent eye-opening read.
              I second this. Wordy, but lots of great insight.

              Anybody have additional recommendations for insider information about the Studios? With all the fighting between Eisner, Katzenberg, and Howard Ashman, Im amazed anything was accomplished. Yet, somehow they (or somebody else?) saved Disney.

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                Roy saved Disneyland...
                If your looking for Alice she's not here...sigpic

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