I'm pretty much a Disney dumbbell now but I saw some of the earlier ones when they came out.
As I've rambled on before, some of my cousins' family worked there in the thirties/forties. I'll look at the Wiki list to refresh my memory.
, I wasn't born yet so saw it later, liked it.
, saw it later, I think I at least liked it
, saw it when I was somewhat older, guessing older than nine, bored out of my little tree, whenever it was.
, seen later, and I think I loved it.
, loved it, cried a river. Definitely when it came out.
The Three Caballeros
, never saw the movie, had the book, must have been a gift from the cousin family. What an idiot, me. That must have been from Aunt Nan (the one I call my hundred year old aunt). She worked there in the thirties, was a smart woman and knew the collector value of stuff, in contrast to me. I gave that away at some point, probably to the Salvation Army in the early seventies.
Song of the South
, saw it when it came out in theater. Liked it. I would have been 5 or 6.
So Dear to My Heart
, saw it, don't remember it at all, and that would have been when it showed up in theaters.
, saw it New York that good year, and loved it.
, saw it, remember liking Bobby Driscoll.
Alice in Wonderland
, saw it, didn't like it
, saw it in Wilmette, Il. theater, ok but, eh.
The Living Desert
, saw it, maybe at the library, um, didn't mind it
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier,
didn't see it, liked the tv show.
, didn't see it, read and liked the book
, not sure I saw it, maybe not.
, not the movie, but read the book sometime before the movie
, dragged to it, if I remember, bored and annoyed, I think.
Mighty Joe Young
(what is that doing there? Disney must have bought the rights) - I saw it when it was made, dad working for RKO in New York at the time.. I wasn't particularly interested.
See? I've always been picky.
edit to add, I remember turning against Walt about stuff I read re his business and politics; don't know where I read it. We used to take The Reporter, and Variety, but I'm not sure those were the source, as I think my parents had stopped with subscriptions by then. Anyway, a friend and I worked at a local hospital after school and I remember arguing, or at least mentioning about Walt, and she, complete fan, was aghast.