Sleeping Beauty – The Pinnacle of Classic Disney
by Matt Draper
Matt Draper discusses Disney’s Sleeping Beauty (1959), tracing the film’s difficult creative process, and some of the unique technical choices in the film—such as its widescreen aspect ratio—that make it the pinnacle of the Classic age of Disney and a film that permanently changed animated films forever.
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