Woolie Reitherman Disney Family Album Part 3Apr 29, 2023
walt was not afraid of death either audience pleasing or displeasing because he thought he was true to life and how can you be wrong if you are making a true statement i will kill you for this in the jungle book we came up with this great idea of making almost everyone believe that the bear was killed, you don't mean, oh no, not only a little boy thinks that he was killed, but also the panther and, uh, so the panther praises this dead fellow and the fellow dead wakes up stands up and wants more and more praise when great deeds in this jungle are remembered a name will stick hey don't stop now little bag you're doing great there's more many more walt
disneydied in 1966 during the production of the jungle book it just happened walt as a producer of the animated movies no one had admired
disneymore or understood him better i thought he was great without being sentimental about it he was simple but very complex and sometimes very sophisticated and he appreciated novelty and curiosity about newtons huh he liked the people around her who were willing to try and dare even though they didn't quite know where they were going or why, even at times, for the decade after Disney died, the strength of wool held everything together, there was no replacement for the wall and, in my opinion. the main thing was to keep this team together and keep the same creative flow that they had with walt and uh he always had little meetings for those animators who were the key to producing any image for those guys to be in the decisions and it wasn't a kind of a fearless leader by no means and you have a lot of good input and when it finally solidified a bit, they felt like they were
partof the creative process.
Instead of throwing it around and saying look, do it under the leadership of Team Willie's style, The Aristocats was the first movie to be produced after Disney's death. go load this was survival as far as i was concerned and most animators were concerned it was survival keeping this going this so called walt disney aristocats animation was a hit and from 1967 to 1981 shaggy and the team he helped create The classic Disney feature films continued with three more films: Robin Hood, The Savior, The Fox and The Hound, all of which embodied Woolly's love of character and physical action, and a leadership style he developed as a pilot in the Second World War.
Sure, sometimes I had to make a decision. and stick with it i guess i got this from the air force once you make up your mind fly the flight plan willie ryderman made sure the flight plan was at least as dangerous as the ones he flew in the war in his imitation of life the movies that bear his credit include all the danger of a pacific ocean undertow and here we go we sure wish we had taken the foreign train oh how a pilot keeps his plane in the air willie ryderman led disney animation to new heights i remember the war mundial ii when i was flying the main thing was to keep that plane in the air that was my feeling that this great group of really the best animators in the world needed to stay in the air towards and towards a new goal that we had to keep going forward and up you
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