A few days after returning from the camping trip Scrooge sat the bed of one of the downstairs guest rooms of McDuck mansion. He had taken up residence there, because he did not want to waste his hard earned money on a stair lift, especially for something like a temporary injury. He sat in the guest bed with his severely broken leg in a full leg cast and elevated, trying work on his laptop.
Scrooge was trying desperately to catch up on his work, which had fallen behind a bit because of the trip. Having missed a few days of work and fearing that his injury would put him...
The Black Cauldron, the first Disney movie released by Walt Disney Picture and the first movie in the Katzenberg era, came out in 1985. It started a chain of outstanding movies that Disney continues to release to the present day.
I thought it would be interesting to look at each of the three decades that have passed since the Eisner era came out, and discuss which could be truly described as Disney's Golden Decade.
Note: the movie are grouped into the decade in which they were first released in any era (Katzenberg era, post Katzenberg era and Lasseter era) and the...
Scrooge and Minnie carefully followed the three arguing Beagle Boys though the narrow passageway of the cave. While tracking them, they had to stay highly alert and on guard for anything that appeared to be a possible trap. As they followed the loud voices, they also did their best to remain quiet and out of sight. “When we get to me cabin we must get me phone and call the police,” Scrooge whispered.
“Um…what phone?” Minnie whispered, “Not a landline. Donald said you didn’t have one, because you thought they were too...