Exploring Disney's Fascinating Dark Phase of the 70s and 80s

After the deaths of both Walt and Roy Disney, the movie studio they founded was in a bit of flux. They couldn't determine where film trends were going, and the wholesome live-action movies they produced in the early 1970s didn't see the success that type of movie had in the '60s. Then George Lucas approached Disney about his project called Star Wars, and they turned him down, because it appeared to be science fiction, and everyone knew that wouldn't fly. At the same time, studio executives...

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