A former Disney animators wife has defended the controversial 1989 film “The Little and the Big” saying it was a “true classic” and that it “really changed how we view Disney films.”
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Judy O’Brien said that “The Lion King” and “Beauty and the Beast” were “very influential” and were “great examples of what Disney is all about.”
She also praised “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” saying it “made you want to do more, to do what you love, to dream bigger, and it was the greatest fairy tale ever.”
The Disney Princess, who was born in the 1930s, was “a real pioneer in a new kind of Disney film,” she said.
The new Disney film, directed by David Fincher, was about a boy who finds his life in tatters after his parents split up.
O’Connell said the film’s heroine is “a little bit of a rebel, but she has a really good heart.”
The film, which is about a young boy who is adopted by a wealthy, well-known family, was widely praised at the time for its groundbreaking animation style.
The film was an immediate hit, and the first film to win an Oscar.
The Little Palms, located on the Bahamas’ famed Little Palu Islands, is one of Disney’s most famous attractions.
The islands were once a paradise for the country’s white slaves, and were once the home of the largest slave-holding family in the world, the Kool-Aid Man family.