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    I was watching Snow White the other day, and it occurred to me - wouldn't it be wonderful to see it on the big screen? Heck, wouldn't it be great to see Lady and the Tramp or Pinocchio on the big screen?

    Well, maybe there's a way. It'd be neat - and beneficial to Disney, I think - if it would show a "Classic Disney Moment" before their major films. Such as, the "Silly Song" scene from Snow White, or "He's a Tramp" from Lady and the Tramp, or "There Are No Strings On Me" from Pinocchio. Just to remind people of what Disney used to be, and why people loved it so.

    Heck, Disney could show scenes from the Silver Age, like "Friend Like Me" from Aladdin. Or use an even more recent scene - from Phineas and Ferb, Disney's first really successful TV toon. There's a lot of music in that series; I'd pick the song "Gitchy Gitchy Goo" - it's a great, catchy fun song. By showing the public these little scenes, it would generate good will, truly entertain people, and be cheaper than creating new shorts (and that project seems to have fallen by the wayside anyway).

    Anyhow, it's just a thought...

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    Re: A suggestion for Disney

    I'd go for that.

    I was very fortunate to grow up during the last round of theatrical re-releases of the Disney classics, and the first round of Home Video releases. So I got to see them in the theater, and then, a few months later, take them home and watch them over and over.

    I'd like to see Disney resume full theatrical re-releases of the classics, so they can be seen as they were originally meant to be seen. A double-feature bill, like they did for Toy Story, would be cool, but that also had the added attraction of 3D, and I don't think it's as easy to turn hand-drawn films into 3D. At the very least, maybe we can look forward to 3D theatrical re-releases of the Pixar films.
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      Re: A suggestion for Disney

      Originally posted by Magenta Panther View Post
      I was watching Snow White the other day, and it occurred to me - wouldn't it be wonderful to see it on the big screen? Heck, wouldn't it be great to see Lady and the Tramp or Pinocchio on the big screen?
      They've been doing a great job presenting these films at the El Capitan Theatre for years.
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        Re: A suggestion for Disney

        Originally posted by ALIASd View Post
        They've been doing a great job presenting these films at the El Capitan Theatre for years.
        I miss the el Cap!!

        I think this is a GREAT idea... since most people don't have the opportunity to see a film there
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        I knew you'd feel the same things...


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