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Animation Addicts Podcast 147: ‘Fantasia 2000’ – You’re Such a Snob

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The Rotoscopers review Disney’s Fantasia 2000, the sequel to the 1941 film, Fantasia. Classical music has never been this polarizing. Are you #TeamMorgan or #TeamChelsea?

Highlights

  • Nerdy Couch Discussion: Welcome, Satria!
    • Existing Disney shorts that got or are getting the Fantasia treatment?
    • What piece of classical music would you like to see in animation?
    • Favorite animation concert?
  • Main Discussion: Fantasia 2000
  • General info
  • First Thoughts
  • “Symphony No. 5” (first movement) – Beethoven
  • Steven Martin – starting it out with a joke!
  • “Pines of Rome” by Ottorino Respighi
  • “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin
  • Bette Midler – she’s bringing the sass!
  • “Piano Concerto No. 2, Allegro, Opus 102” by Dmitri Shostakovich
  • James Earl Jones AKA Mufasa
  • “The Carnival of the Animals, Finale” by Camille Saint-Saëns
  • Penn Jillette & Teller – we never change!
  • “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” by Paul Dukas
  • Mickey intro
  • “Pomp and Circumstance – Marches 1, 2, 3 and 4” by Edward Elgar
  • Angela Lansbury – Evergreen
  • “Firebird Suite—1919 Version” by Igor Stravinsky
  • Ending & post credit scene with Steve Martin
  • Voicemail: Danny, Jonathan, Annie
  • Don’t forget to use the hashtags #AnimAddicts and #AnimAddicts176 when talking about this episode on Twitter!

Runtime: 01:17:31, 57.3MB

Links

  • Watch : Blu-ray | DVD | Digital | Rent | iTunes
  • Buy soundtrack: CD | Digital | iTunes
  • Fantasia 2000 quotes | DisneyQuotes.com

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About Chelsea Robson

Chelsea Robson, Co-host of the Animation Addicts Podcast, studied studio engineering and is a singer/songwriter and is know as "The World Traveler of the Podcast." She speaks fluent Portuguese, loves being outdoors, hiking small mountains, riding horses, and talking about human nature.
  • Phoenix Wright

    Sorry Chelsea, but I’m on Team Morgan. My favorite segment is Rhapsody in Blue followed by Pomp and Circumstance and The Firebird Suite. Whenever I watch this, I just skip the celebrity introductions (aside from Angela Lansbury because she’s amazing). I find the Bette Midler segment especially annoying because she’s talking about segments that didn’t make it into the film. They should have saved that for the bonus features because it feels like she’s reminding us of what were missing while we’re still watching the film. I would have loved to see that cut March of the Valkyries segment

  • Rachel Wagner

    The celebrity introductions are the worst! They turn this into a TV segment rather than a concert experience. It cheapens the whole thing and is very cringy.