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Kurt Russell interviews about his Disney films and his take on Walt


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  • Kurt Russell interviews about his Disney films and his take on Walt

    Really fun interview with Kurt Russell was just posted today at Aint It Cool. He spent a surprising amount of time talking about his early Disney films like The Barefoot Executive and Follow Me Boys, how he experienced Walt, his thoughts on how people misperceived the Disney studios (I'm guessing he was referring to the pre-Eisner years), and why Sky High is one of his favorite movies he's done.

    I've always found Kurt Russell refreshingly honest. His quotes from the book "Remembering Walt" were some of the more memorable ones, especially when he responds to that time when everyone at the studio was asking "what would Walt do?" "Um, guys, he's dead", or something to that effect.

    Interview has occasional language and he uses a non-PC term for Asians.

    AICN Legends: Quint chats up Kurt Russell about everything from Walt Disney to John Carpenter! - Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.
    Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.

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