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    You WIll Need To Reset Your Password!!!

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    Other Side Of Maleficent

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    Renegades of Animation: Pat Sullivan

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Opinions wanted for podcast: What are your thoughts on the 1937 Disney classic Snow White and the Se

Discussion in 'Disney / Pixar' started by AmandaLyn11, Sep 22, 2014.

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    AmandaLyn11 Newbie New Member

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    Hey guys,

    My roommate and I are trying our hands at making a podcast. When trying to decide a topic that we knew enough about so we could be comfortable talking about it for at least an hour every week, the first thing that came to mind was our love for animated movies. And so, Annika and Amanda’s Animation Analysis was born.

    For the first podcast’s topic, we decided on Disney’s Snow White. While not every episode will be a Disney film, the animated classic that started it all seemed like a good place to begin.

    We’ve scoured the internet for fun trivia tidbits to include in our discussion of the movie. Also on our docket is watching the audio commentary and any behind the scenes stuff we can get our hands on.

    But we also would like to get some of your opinions to supplement our own views and perhaps even spark some interesting discussions/further examinations on our end. Things like…

    Was there anything that bothered you about the movie, or possibly even ruined the entire thing for you? Was there a moment that really spoke to you, or maybe some recurring aspect that really made the movie for you? Do you have any memories tied to the movie? If you’ve seen the movie more than once, did seeing it at different ages shape your experience? Or possibly just a second watch through allow you to pick up on some more subtle elements and change the way you viewed it?



    If you want to see other current projects of OSU’s podcast club: Podcast Club at The Ohio State University

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