I'm re-posting this Fortune Magazine article we originally put up over two years ago.
Readership has increased dramatically over that time and it's something most folks will appreciate.
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Originally published in November 1934, this article focuses on the business end of the still fledgling Disney company.
Bottom is an Art Babbit scene from a Silly Symphony.
God of a Plastic Celluloid World
Some production photos.
Music comes first.
Photo of a downshooter and a discussion of story writing process.
Mickey Mouse and the Banker: a nod to Roy Disney and a frank discussion of funds.
Animators gather around Disney for notes.
Lots of Whisky ads next to the animation article...
A breakdown of Silly Symphony's $50,000 budget.