Sunday, 21 August 2011

Vintage Movie Posters

For some reason I was looking up every animated feature length film ever on Wikipedia (a full list here) and reading all about the ones that I had seen. Being unemployed does not suit me well. Some of the early Disney posters are so cool!

I think the original posters also totally give away when the film was made. This Aristocats one is so late 60s/early 70s. Whereas the Dumbo one is very typical of that style they used for children in the 1950s.

I prefer the front cover to the book I had of "starlight barking" which was the second book after one hundred and one dalmatians. Me and my sister agreed, the book was boring, we just liked to look at the front cover.

 I also find it funny that in the late 60s/early 70s cinemas would have late night showings of Alice in Wonderland and Fantasia based on their trippy quality. Disney of course deny that anyone ever got stoned and watched a Disney film.

A-ha. I've remembered why I was looking up Disney films. I was working out what order I like best pixar films in. If your interested the list from favourite to least favourite goes;

monsters inc
finding nemo
toy story
toy story 3
the incredibles
toy story 2
bugs life

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