From Walt to Woodstock: How Disney Created the Counterculture Douglas Brode

ISBN: 9780292709249

Published: June 1st 2004

Hardcover

252 pages


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From Walt to Woodstock: How Disney Created the Counterculture  by  Douglas Brode

From Walt to Woodstock: How Disney Created the Counterculture by Douglas Brode
June 1st 2004 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 252 pages | ISBN: 9780292709249 | 6.14 Mb

Overturns the idea of Disney as a middlebrow filmmaker by detailing how Disney movies played a key role in transforming children of the Eisenhower era into the radical youth of the Age of Aquarius Argues that Disney, more than any other influence inMoreOverturns the idea of Disney as a middlebrow filmmaker by detailing how Disney movies played a key role in transforming children of the Eisenhower era into the radical youth of the Age of Aquarius Argues that Disney, more than any other influence in popular culture, should be considered the primary creator of the sixties counterculture - a reality that couldnt be further from his conventional reputation Douglas Brode overturns the idea of Disney as a middlebrow filmmaker by detailing how Disney movies played a key role in transforming children of the Eisenhower era into the radical youth of the Age of Aquarius.

frequently ahead of their time thematically. Long before the cultural tumult of the sixties, Disney films preached pacifism, introduced a generation to the notion of feminism, offered the screens first drug-trip imagery, encouraged young people to become runaways, insisted on the need for integration, advanced the notion of a sexual revolution, created the concept of multiculturalism, called for a return to nature, and nourished the cult of the righteous outlaw.



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