Jerry Rees has been involved with The Disney Company for decades. Jerry is a Director, Producer, Writer, Artist, Animator, Imagineer and most importantly a Storyteller. If you’re not sure who Jerry is, you are more than familiar with his work. In addition to directing The Brave Little Toaster among many films, Jerry holds the record for directing 16 multi-media Disney Theme Park Attractions including some or our favorites: Cranium Command, Dinosaur, Extra Terrestrial Alien Encounter, Rockin’ Roller Coaster and Back to Neverland to name a few. Jerry joins us to talk about a few of his experiences. The insight and information will bring out the Disney Nerd in all of us. Sit back, relax and enjoy our conversation with Jerrry Rees. Don’t forget to check the show notes for links and more information on Jerry’s career. Kungaloosh!!!
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Jerry’s Web Site “www.jerryrees.com“
Back to Neverland:
This award winning short film, combining live action and animation, played in the main theater at Disney/MGM Studios’ Animation Pavilion. Walter Cronkite, in his familiar role of trusted newscaster, set out to reveal the secrets behind Disney animation. Robin, in the role of Disney World tourist, volunteered to help with Walter’s show-and-tell. With a twinkle in his eye, Walter called on his assistant Tinkerbell to transport them to a magical limbo where anything could happen. More Information on Jerry’s Site Here
Home Movies with Ward Kimball:
Transferred from an ancient VHS. Taken on one of Ward’s “Train Days”, where he got the steam engines rolling across his property and invited family and friends. On this visit, he also got his miniature train set fired up. Lots of fun. Wish I’d transferred it sooner, when the tape was more stable.
Cinémagique: According the Jerry, one of his favorite projects Cinemagique
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