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Lesson Plans


Sandy Skoglund

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Alanis!! (acschmid)
Tue, 5 Mar 1996 11:05:51 -0600 (CST)


Hi, I read Sandy's interview on Netscape and I wanted to know her
thoughts on Disney, further than what she mentioned. A lot of artists
will not consider animated films art, yet I think that they are great pieces.
Children are fascinated by them-- they illustrate their dreams. Sandy
stated that several Disney flicks have very fearful scenes, and I agree.
For example, the burning forest in 'Bambi,' the forest in 'Snow White,'
and the stampede scene in 'The Lion KIng.' These are all very frigtening
for young viewers. It's captivating that animation can go so far as to
incite fear, that is how swept up in it you can become. Any comments??
Thanks! :)

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