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Published on Nov 14, 2010
We're almost at the end of the negative backlash at Disney himself, and before it we have a strike to settle. However, we get to see the two movies that came out of the crisis and the aftermath, Dumbo and Bambi.
And yes, I've been researching into Walts involvement with the strike and his animators extensively. To my knowledge the only person who strikes a bum chord with his claims is Marc Eliot, but mr Eliot has one or two points that generally do fit in with the history of the man. However, I certainly do not endorse his book 'hollywoods dark prince' and I do advise those of you who know of it to take what you can with a pinch of salt. He brings up a few wild rumours and takes the anti-semetic argument to the extreme.
Don't forget to subscribe to see more parts as they arrive, and tune in for my final verdict on Disney himself where I lay down once and for all the human truth behind the claims of anti semetism and the mcarthyist movement, and most of all, why this has relevance to Epic Mickey.