Fantasia (G)

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Fantasia (1940)

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Time Out says

Renowned abstract film-maker Oskar Fischinger, employed in a distant capacity on the Bach sequence, called this Disney effort a 'conglomeration of tastelessness'. He wasn't kidding. Only the Dukas Sorcerer's Apprentice sequence, with Mickey Mouse, where the storyboard is effectively provided by the composer, achieves a respectable kind of success. For the rest, Disney's attempts at the visual illustration of Beethoven and Co - a dubious exercise anyway - produce Klassical Kitsch of the highest degree. Awesomely embarrassing; but some great sequences for all that, and certainly not to be missed.

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Rated:

G

US release:

1940

Cast and crew

Director:

Ben Sharpsteen supervisor

Music:

Schubert, Moussorgsky, Ponchielli, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Dukas, Tchaikovsky, Bach, Deems Taylor

Editor:

Stephen Csillag

Screenwriter:

Dick Huemer, Joe Grant

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