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Olympic Inspiration

JeffC...2 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 12:01 PM
The "Miracle on Ice" wasn't shown live. It was broadcast on tape delay long after everyone knew the results.
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Why Pixar is #1

JeffC...2 Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 12:33 PM
I thought the dates for Disney Animation's downfall were off by a decade. Disney's animated hits in the late 80s and early 90s were critical and commercial hits: 1989: The Little Mermaid ($100M, 3 Oscar noms, 2 wins--Song and Score) 1991: Beauty and the Beast ($347M, 6 noms including Best Picture, 2 wins--Song and Score) 1992: Aladdin ($504M, 5 noms, 2 wins--Song and Score) 1994: The Lion King ($945M, 4 noms, 2 wins--Song and Score) 1995: Pocahontas ($346M, 2 noms, 2 wins--Song and Musical/Comedy Score) 1996: The Hunchback of Notre Dame ($184M, 1 nom) 1997: Hercules ($246M, 1 nom) 1998: Mulan ($236M, 1 nom) 1999: Tarzan ($448M, 1 nom and win--Song)
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