Tinker Belles and Evil Queens: The Walt Disney Company from the Inside Out

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Index
“ABCs of Domestic Partner Benefits, The,” 110
Academy Awards, 18–19, 42, 98–99, 152–153, 160, 196
ACT UP, 96–97, 111, 125, 133, 155
Adams, Jon, 73–74
Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, The (1949), 38
“Adventures of Spin and Marty, The.” See “Spin and Marty”
Advocate, 195–196, 202, 203–204
Aid for AIDS, 203
AIDS, x, 96–98, 99, 108, 110, 121, 129–130, 134–136, 153, 155, 192
AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), 191, 192
AIDS quilt, xii, 135–136
Aladdin (1992), xi, xiii, 141, 143–152, 187, 191, 192, 195, 196, 202, 205, 207–210, 219, 221–222; TV campaign for, 189, 194
Algar, James 42
“Alice Comedies,” 6–10, 17, 63; Alice Gets in Dutch (1924), 7; Alice in the Jungle (1925), 7; Alice Rattled by Rats (1925), 7; Alice's Egg Plant (1925); Alice's Orphan (1926), 8; Alice's Tin Pony (1925), 7; Alice the Jail Bird (1925), 7, 8
Alice in Wonderland (1951), 41, 63
Alive (1993), 162
All My Children, 188
ALLIANCE, 111, 116, 131
Almost Angels (1962), 82
Amazon Awakens, The (1944), 42
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 208
American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 98, 177, 178–180, 187–188, 202
American Family Association (AFA), 111, 174, 216, 220, 223, 224
American Psychiatric Association, 67, 95
Amesley, Cassandra, 68, 73
Andersen, Hans Christian, 64, 144, 151
animation: fantasy and, 62–77; “the illusion of life” style of, 17–21, 26–27, 29–30, 43, 58, 71–72; metamorphosis and, 56–59; rotoscoping and, 41, 71; silent conceptions of, 18; “x-ray,” 32–34
“Annette,” 83–84, 89, 169
Araki, Gregg, 139, 153, 181
Ardolino, Emile, 108, 143, 160
Arquette, Alexis, 155
Art of Skiing, The (1941), 41
Arthur, Beatrice, 170–171
Ashman, Howard, 99, 108, 110, 136–137, 138, 143–152, 169, 192, 196–197, 208–210; “wish songs” and, 149–152
Aspects of the Novel (Forster), 55
auteur criticism, 138–143, 176, 205
Autopia, 127
Avery, Tex, 40–41
Babbitt, Art, 99
Babuscio, Jack, 51, 69
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 7
Bale, Christian, 162–164
Balik, Tammy, 108, 141
Ballard, Kaye, 87
Ball-Rokeach, Sandra, 207
Bambi (1942), ix, 29–30, 31, 38, 42
Band Concert, The (1935), 21
Barefoot Executive, The (1971), 103
Barrie, J. M., 63, 68
Basic Instinct (1992), 97, 111, 133
Beaches (1989), 157
Beauty and the Beast (1991), 99, 134–136, 138, 142, 143–146, 149–152, 178, 196–197, 202, 207–208, 210
Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971), 87–88, 103, 169
Bell, Andy, 154
Benshoff, Harry, 17, 135

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