Ferdinand (I've loved that little bull since I was a kid) followed by the Old Mill and some other shorts. We tried to watch the Imagineering Story but it wouldn't play for some reason so we watched the Mandalorian instead.
I bet they will once they reach the “Eisner-era”. Not to mention I bet we’ll get a whole Tony Baxter episode showcasing his work. They teased that the show will end on a cliffhanger- maybe a potential tease of the future of WDI?Imagineering doc. Hopefully the address the yeti
Same here!Steamboat Willie
"So what was your first choice to watch?"So we got Disney + just because we a need, have a passion for Disney movies old and new. Since we are going on our next trip in May we now have all the Disney movies at our fingertips to watch as the days count down. I scrolled through the choices, was tempted to dive into Mandalorian but just couldnt help but bring up for nostalgia sake.... The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr Toad which I had to see. So what was your first choice to watch?
I'm glad someone else saw it as a spaghetti western. I didn't want to play any Star Wars, at this point, I was over it, but... Werner Herzog.I don't want to get people jealous, but Disney+ says I'm a part of "The Founder's Circle". I got it for signing up before the premiere date. It sounds like some kind of weird cult.
I watched Mandalorian of course and loved it. It was like a Clint Eastwood Spaghetti Western. The title character is a total badass like myself (before my Coffee). It's the first Star Wars film to feel like a Star Wars film since "Force Awakens".