On the second installment of the Pop Goes The Classics series looking at the Disney animated features, Andy Atherton, Mirandia Berthold & Chad Campbell look at 1940’s Pinocchio. They discuss the many aspects of the film including the animation style especially the underwater scenes; the context of some of the parts of the film in regards to the time it was released; the introduction of Jiminy Cricket; the songs and music score; the scary/horror aspects of it; the emotional high points; the many villains of the film: Honest John, Stromboli, The Coachman & Monstro; the theme park attractions based on it and the movie’s lasting legacy.
A new series of Pop Goes The Classics looking at the Disney animated features kicks off as Andy Atherton, Mirandia Berthold & Chad Campbell look at 1937’s Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs. They discuss the many aspects of the film including the animation style; innovations that were created during the production; the songs and music score; the scary/horror aspects of it; the differences between all of the dwarfs; the Wicked Queen’s fatal flaws; the theme park attractions based on it and the movie’s lasting legacy.
The Pop Feed's trek through the Universal Monster-verse continues here on Pop Goes the Classics! Scott Criscuolo talks Lon Chaney's classic, The Wolf Man! Go back to 1941 for great music, dialogue and again expert makeup effects. And the question continues to be asked: Why can't Universal do that again today? Sit back and help answer all these questions on the newest Pop Goes the Classics!
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On this new episode of Pop Goes the Classics, Scott Criscuolo ventures back to the Universal Monster-verse for the legendary Frankenstein. He talks James Whale, Boris Karloff and the legacy of the movie, the monster and the franchise. So sit back, and BE ALIVE!