Mousetalgia Episode 561: Disney’s Early Renaissance, listener email

This week, Team Mousetalgia welcomes author/historian Didier Ghez back to the show to discuss the fifth book in his “They Drew as They Pleased” series titled “The Hidden Art of Disney’s Early Rennassiance,” with discussion about Mel Shaw and Ken Anderson’s work for the Disney animation studio in the ’70s and ’80s. Didier also gives us some scoops on very exciting upcoming publications about Disney history. Then, we return to our inbox to answer a few more listener emails about trips to the Disneyland Resort, including topics such as: the art of Disneyland attractions – what is the legacy of these attractions worth?; ideas for making a trip to Disneyland and the Disneyland Hotel extra special; and “snapping” attractions out of existence, Thanos-style.

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