The Skeleton Dance (1929) was a Animation - Family Film directed by Walt Disney and produced by Walt Disney.
Saturday Morning Cartoons: The Skeleton Dance (1929)on Oct 26, 2013 From True Classics
1929 was a good year for Walt Disney: his seminal creation, Mickey Mouse, had just broken out as a huge star in the wake of the immensely popular short Steamboat Willie (1928). That cartoon’s success led to a series of sound-synchronized Mickey cartoons being released to theaters, two of which... Read full article
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The first of Walt Disney's Silly Symphony series.
Joseph Barbera tells in his autobiography "My Life in 'toons: From Flatbush to Bedrock in Under a Century", he saw "The Skeleton Dance" at the third balcony of the grand Roxy Theater in New York: "I saw it about seventy miles from the screen, but the impact on me was tremendous nevertheless. I saw these skeletons dancing in a row and in unison, and I asked myself: How do you *do* that? How do you make that happen?"
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