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Though not an animated story per say, Enchanted with its classic Disney Princess story, songs, and animated segments, is one of the reasons Disney decided to bring back the classic Disney Princess film in 2009 with Princess and the Frog, followed by Tangled, Frozen, and even Moana!

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Bolt was the most critically successful animated film Disney had in years and was the first film fully made under the Disney/Pixar partnership. The film is credited for being the force that moved Disney out of the dark age into its soon to be coming revival the next year. 

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Steven and Stephen discuss the biggest let down of our childhoods/lives as Spielberg creates the trope of "nuking the fridge" with Indiana and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. 

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After the Disney/Pixar deal, Pixar chief John Lasseter took over Disney, the first film released under him was Meet the Robinsons, which marked a critical turn in Disney's public perception, but alas, box office receipts, not so much. 

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2005 marked Disney's switch to CG/3D animation as they trained their animation team to use the new software! Their first film was also one of their larger hits in a decade, Chicken Little!

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After shuffling with Brother Bear, Home on the Range was released April 2004 and marked the end of an era for Disney as it was the traditionally animated feature Disney would make (until 2009s Princess and the Frog). 

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In 2003, Disney shuffled their releases around and instead of Home on the Range, they released Brother Bear, bringing back Phil Collins and a lower budget for this Disney Animated Classic. With a smaller budget, the box office was enough to make it a success but was it?

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In this edition of Fanitarium Interviews we have Voltron voice actress Emily Eiden who voices the role of Shay in the Dreamworks/Netflix show. In addition to Voltron we discuss her work in museums, theater, and much more! Join hosts Jeremiah and Kaela as they interview, voice actress, Emily Eiden!

 

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Later in 2002 Disney reversed its "lets go cheaper" idea with a decades in the making film, Treasure Planet. The film ultimately bombed by boy was it cool to look at. Join us as we discuss the 2002 Disney feature, Treasure Planet

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Stephen and Jessica talk about the classic workplace romantic comedy The Apartment and the gritty neo western The Wild Bunch, and follow up on their summer movie wager. 

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2002 Disney tried to right the ship with some cheaper and simpler film ideas, the first of which was Lilo and Stitch, which not only had a lower budget but also has a new way of marketing a Disney film. Did it work?

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