Cole Geryak of Laughing Place wrote a great article about the history of the Skyway, the differences between each iterations and the eventual closure of the versions in Anaheim, Orlando and Tokyo.
This article is part of a series named Disney Extinct Attractions.
This week, Sarah takes us to the history of Fun And Fancy Free, a package film released in 1947. Sarah gives details on the history behind the film, the studio’s financial situation at that time, and how both short films were originally planned as full length films.
Recently, I’ve enjoyed rewatching several Disney package films. Sarah gives you enough reasons why you should watch Fun And Fancy Free the next time you want some classic Disney in your life.
You can watch the video here: