“It does bother me. Who am I trying to kid?” -@Josiahzh (Wizard Hen) Show Notes Our continued take on the Moana legend.
“Like a true conservative ruling class.” -@GNordquist (Baby Hen) Show Notes Our take on the Moana legend.
“You’re getting those mutated stories.” -@GNordquist (Baby Hen) Show Notes Thoughts on the future of franchises.
“For many in their teens and twentys, what they really want is to calm the __ down.” -@JosiahZH (Wizard Hen) Show Notes Our views on cities.
“Disney princess themed oyster shooters.” -@GNordquit (Baby Hen) Show Notes We discuss the new television show, ‘Disgraced Chef’.
“Walt Disney is breeding a generation of Nazis.” -@CharlesLabri (Mother Hen) Show Notes Snow White and the Seven Dwarves re-interpreted.
“He’s going into ‘indognito’ mode” -@GNordquist (Baby Hen) Show Notes The three hens ponder the Disney film 101 Dalmatians from 1961.
“idealistic, marijuana-smoking, failed kingship” -@CharlesLabri (Mother Hen) Show Notes Our third and final installment of the Lion King Series.
“It’s kind of like bringing out all the jews to Auschwitz to celebrate the opening of a new gas chamber” -@GNordquist (Baby Hen) Show Notes In this episode, we resume our conversation about Disney’s the Lion King.
“In the Lion King…they laid out patriarchy” -@charleslabri (Mother Hen) Show Notes In this episode, we take our initial glance at Disney’s the Lion King. This is a cartoon film from 1994 C.E.
“I don’t think they would be like us, because they are reptillian.” -@Josiahzh (Wizard Hen) Show Notes We take a tertiary look at Bambi, the disney film from 1942.
Show Notes The last thing we need are more mothers. “Peter Pan” (1953) Disney http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046183/ “Musak” Stimulus Progression http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muzak_%28brand%29 “When You Wish Upon a Star” (1940) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/When_You_Wish_upon_a_Star “Flamenco Sketches” Miles Davis (1959) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flamenco_Sketches “Oliver Twist” (1948) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040662/ “Intergalactic Space Crusaders” Arjen A. Lucassen’s Star One https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD0JuJr0a4I “How
Show Notes The Pan Man emerges as the minor character in a story about a woman. “Peter Pan” (1953) Disney http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046183/ “Second Star To The Right” Theme song for Disney’s Peter Pan http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/The_Second_Star_to_the_Right “Bambi” Scene with thumper teaching Bambi to speak. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0034492/ “Peter