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Welcome to Notably Disney, the ultimate Disney podcast on music and books. This podcast provides critique, commentary, reviews, and insight into the past and present of all aspects of The Walt Disney Company as it pertains to songs, scores, and writing. Featuring interviews with authors, social media personalities, historians, and other Disney fans, Notably Disney showcases conversations covering the wide gamut of Disney, from the theme parks and Broadway productions, to television and film.

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Welcome to Notably Disney, the ultimate Disney podcast on music and books. This podcast provides critique, commentary, reviews, and insight into the past and present of all aspects of The Walt Disney Company as it pertains to songs, scores, and writing. Featuring interviews with authors, social media personalities, historians, and other Disney fans, Notably Disney showcases conversations covering the wide gamut of Disney, from the theme parks and Broadway productions, to television and film.

    "Fantasia 2000" Reflections with Dave Bossert, Visual Effects Supervisor

    "Fantasia 2000" Reflections with Dave Bossert, Visual Effects Supervisor

    Author Dave Bossert (also known as David A. Bossert) is a legendary modern figure in the world of Disney animation and books. He joined the company during the nascence of the Disney Renaissance, working on projects like The Black Cauldron and The Great Mouse Detective in effects animation, to eventually becoming a visual effects supervisor for Fantasia 2000. Over recent years Dave has translated his expertise and life experiences in working with and for the Mouse into a career as an author. He has written a number of popular titles over recent years, including Oswald the Lucky Rabbit: The Search for the Lost Cartoons and Dali & Disney: Destino. 
    On this second of two consecutive episodes of Notably Disney, Dave joins Brett Nachman to talk about some of his most significant work. This episode centers on the development of Fantasia 2000, a production long in development and driven by Roy E. Disney, Dave's longtime friend and colleague. Dave details the challenges and opportunities in creating the visual effects for the animated IMAX spectacular. Additionally, Dave shares insights behind some other shorts and projects he has been involved with over recent years, as well as what endeavors are on the horizon.
    Check out Dave's work on his website (DavidBossert.com) and follow him on various social media platforms, including Instagram (dave_bossert) and YouTube.
    Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at notablydisney@gmail.com 
    New episodes of Notably Disney debut on the first and third Tuesday of each month.

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    Author Dave Bossert Interview ("Remembering Roy E. Disney" book)

    Author Dave Bossert Interview ("Remembering Roy E. Disney" book)

    Author Dave Bossert (also known as David A. Bossert) is a legendary modern figure in the world of Disney animation and books. He joined the company during the nascence of the Disney Renaissance, working on projects like The Black Cauldron and The Great Mouse Detective in effects animation, to eventually becoming a visual effects supervisor for Fantasia 2000. Over recent years Dave has translated his expertise and life experiences in working with and for the Mouse into a career as an author. He has written a number of popular titles over recent years, including Oswald the Lucky Rabbit: The Search for the Lost Cartoons and Dali & Disney: Destino. 
    On this first of two consecutive episodes of Notably Disney, Dave joins Brett Nachman to talk about some of his most significant work. This episode centers on chronicling his relationship with Roy E. Disney, the center of his first book, entitled Remembering Roy E. Disney: Memories and Photos of a Storied Life. Reflecting on Roy's life just over a decade after his passing, Dave shares working with and learning from Walt's nephew, a game-changer in Disney animation.
    Check out Dave's work on his website (DavidBossert.com) and follow him on various social media platforms, including Instagram (dave_bossert) and YouTube.
    Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at notablydisney@gmail.com 
    New episodes of Notably Disney debut on the first and third Tuesday of each month.

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    "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" Soundtrack Review (with Trent Vactor)

    "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" Soundtrack Review (with Trent Vactor)

    Journey to a galaxy far, far away on Notably Disney as Star Wars connoisseur Trent Vactor joins Brett Nachman in discussing the John Williams score for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The two discuss their interpretations of the last installment of the Skywalker saga before diving into the Oscar-nominated score. 
    Follow Trent Vactor on Twitter (@Vactor) and Instagram (@Vactor).
    Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at notablydisney@gmail.com 
    New episodes of Notably Disney debut on the first and third Tuesday of each month.

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    Jeff Kryka Interview (Composer, "The Imagineering Story")

    Jeff Kryka Interview (Composer, "The Imagineering Story")

    If you have watched The Imagineering Story six-part documentary series on Disney+, produced by the fantastic Leslie Iwerks, then you are already familiar with the stirring score by Jeff Kryka. Jeff is a well-regarded orchestrator and composer who has worked on a number of Disney film projects, including Incredibles 2, Coco, Tomorrowland and John Carter, among others. In The Imagineering Story, Jeff develops an amazing and pulsating score that reflects the ingenuity of Disney's dream-makers. 
    On this episode of Notably Disney, Jeff chats with Brett Nachman about his musical career, work with Michael Giacchino on major Hollywood productions, and developing several hours of the score for The Imagineering Story. Along the way Jeff imparts insights about the role of an orchestrator, capturing the emotion of the visuals in creating an original composition, and how all of the individuals on the team come together to develop magical music. 
    Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at notablydisney@gmail.com 
    New episodes of Notably Disney debut on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
    Check out Jeff's work on his personal website.
     

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    Christopher Merritt Interview (Disney Imagineer, Co-Author, "Marc Davis In His Own Words")

    Christopher Merritt Interview (Disney Imagineer, Co-Author, "Marc Davis In His Own Words")

    Author Christopher Merritt has been a Disney Imagineer since 1996, and most recently co-wrote Marc Davis in His Own Words: Imagineering the Disney Theme Parks with Pete Docter (Director, Monsters, Inc., Up, Inside Out). On this episode of Notably Disney, Chris discusses with Brett Nachman the process of developing a massive, two-volume set of books about Marc's life once he became a Disney Imagineer. Within this fantastic tome is hundreds of drawings, paintings and other pieces of art composed by Marc during his two-decade career with Walt Disney Imagineering. Each chapter covers a different attraction or concept, such as Pirates of the Caribbean and it's a small world. Chris shares the special relationship he shared with Marc and the mentorship he received from him as a budding animator. Also significantly, Chris talks about the major undertaking of translating decades of work into a one-of-a-kind book, and how it took a team of folks from Disney and beyond to gather the amazing material featured in the final product.
    Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at notablydisney@gmail.com 
    New episodes of Notably Disney debut on the first and third Tuesday of each month.

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    2019 Disney Books in Review

    2019 Disney Books in Review

    2019 has represented a fantastic year for dozens of new Disney books. On this episode of Notably Disney, host Brett Nachman walks you through more than 40 titles that have been released by, or are centered on, The Walt Disney Company.
    Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at notablydisney@gmail.com 
    New episodes of Notably Disney debut on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
    BOOKS COVERED
    GUESTS ON NOTABLY DISNEY
    Christopher Lucas: Top Disney: 100 Top Ten Lists of the Best of Disney, From the Man to the Mouse and Beyond (Episode 8)
    James Mason: Disney Connections & Collections: Volume One: Movies (Episode 13)
    Amy Osatinski: Disney Theatrical Productions: Producing Broadway Musicals the Disney Way (Episode 5)
    Ken Pellman and Lynn Barron: Cleaning The Kingdom: Night, Day, Past and Present (Episode 22; interviewed Lynn)
    Bob Sehligner and Len Testa: The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2020 (Episode 14; interviewed Len)
    Aaron Wallace: The Thinking Fan’s Guide to Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom 2020 (Episode 25 and others) 
    AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
    Julie Andrews, with Emma Walton Hamilton: Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years
    Jack Couffer: My Boss, Walt: Making the Disney Wildlife Shows
    Anthony Daniels: I Am C-3PO: The Inside Story
    Bob Gurr: Bob Gurr: Legendary Imagineer: Life and Times - Disney and Beyond 
    Robert Iger: The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company 
    Kevin Rafferty: Magic Journey: My Fantastical Walt Disney Imagineering Career 
    Marty Sklar: Travels with Figment: On the Road in Search of Disney Dreams 
    BIOGRAPHIES
    Nathalia Holt: The Queens of Animation: The Untold Story of the Women Who Transformed the World of Disney and Made Cinematic History 
    Don Iwerks: Walt Disney’s Ultimate Inventor: The Genius of Ub Iwerks (debuts Dec 10)
    Todd James Pierce: The Life and Times of Ward Kimball: Maverick of Disney Animation 
    FILM & TELEVISION
    David Bossert: Oswald The Lucky Rabbit: The Search for the Lost Disney Cartoons (Revised Special Edition)
    Steven Clark & Rebecca Cline: The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember
    Didier Ghez: They Drew As They Pleased Vol 5: The Hidden Art of Disney’s Early Renaissance (The 1970s and 1980s)
    Jeff Kurtti: The Art of Disney Costuming: Heroes, Villains, and Spaces Between 
    Ramin Setoodeh: Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View
    THEME PARKS
    Andrew Kiste: Walt Disney and the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair: Great Moments 
    David Koenig: The 55ers - The Pioneers Who Settled Disneyland 
    Jim Korkis: Secret Stories of Extinct Disneyland: Memories of the Original Park 
    Christopher Merritt and Pete Docter: Marc Davis In His Own Words: Imagineering the Disney Theme Parks 
    Richard Snow: Disney's Land: Walt Disney and the Invention of the Amusement Park That Changed the World 
    ART/MAKING OF (INSERT FILM) BOOKS
    Rob Bredow: Industrial Light & Magic Presents Making Solo: A Star Wars Story
    Josh Cooley: The Art of Toy Story 4 
    Leah Gallo: The Art and Making of Dumbo
    Michael Goldman: The Art and Making of The Lion King
    Jessica Julius: The Art of Frozen 2 
    Eleni Roussos: Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame: The Art of the Movie
    Eleni Roussos: Marvel’s Captain Marvel: The Art of the Movie
    Eleni Roussos: Spider-Man: Far From Home: The Art of the Movie
    Phil Szostak: The Art or Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Dec 20)
    Emily Zemler: The Art and Making of Aladdin
    MISCELLANEOUS
    Amy Croushorn: Entertaining with Disney: Exceptional Events from Mickey Mouse to Moana
    Jim Korkis: Disney Never Lands: Things Disney Never Made 
    Bruce Steele: One Day At Disney: Meet the People Who Make the Magic Across the Globe 

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