The House of Mouse Project / 17.04.2020

The one that wrapped up a difficult era. By the late 1940s, Walt Disney Productions was barely holding on. After several years of producing inexpensive package films as a means to survive, the studio was eagerly preparing for the much-anticipated revival of its feature film production unit. But the dismal box office returns of both Fun and Fancy Free and Melody Time forced Walt Disney to rethink his next step. With a bank debt already reaching $4.2 million, the studio failed to ascertain further capital to recommence producing feature-length animated...