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For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

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  • For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

    New York Times, 12/3/06
    For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again

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    Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

    This is truly some good and welcome news ... it worked in the Golden Age of animation ... it was starting to work again with the Roger Rabbit shorts, it obviously has worked at Pixar ... But here's some even better news ... the last graph of the story:

    “I feel Disney is a very different place than it was a year ago,” said Chris Williams, a story artist who is developing “Golgo’s Guest” and “Prep and Landing,” “and the shorts program is just part of that. It’s become a very exciting place to work.”

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      Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

      I hope it's a Goofy and Max vehicle.

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        Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

        The new Goofy short is how to set up a HD TV.

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          Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

          How exciting!

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            Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

            50 years? Did someone forget the Roger Rabbit shorts?

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              Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

              They should have started with Chicken Little.
              "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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                Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

                they should to a how to video like they used to, the excersize and vacation ones are classic and still hilarious!

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                  Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

                  Originally posted by MickeyMoose View Post
                  The new Goofy short is how to set up a HD TV.
                  Very Funny - Seriously, a How To short with Goofy (and Max) would be excellent if it came to fruition.

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                    Re: For Disney, Something Old (and Short) Is New Again - New York Times, 12/3/06

                    how truly exciting. I can't wait to see them. the short before car's was lots of fun to watch and very clever.

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