Honestly a bigger more diverse Metromedia media conglomerate would be an interesting idea and a good way to create a Fox Network style network without the 20th Century Fox connection.I hope that metromedia grows into a major media conglomerate. You orignally mentioned something to me about Metromedia buying DIC Saban and the Samuel goldown commpany . Is that plan still in play for the future or has it been scapred. I too alternate ideas for gorwing metromedia. option one have metromedia boyout westinghouse shares of sbc in 1983 MTV Networks in 1985 (This would give them control of Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1 and The Movie Channel ) and grand diamond in the ealry 90's. Option 2 have metromedia buyout westingohous shares of sbc have taff sell hanbara and share of touh stone to henson and have henson sell to metormedia in the 90s.
Sex, Drugs and Disney Animation, or How I Escaped a Broken, Incestuous Home by Daniel AbbottAnd after that is the 80s and Wheel of Fortune, Sally Ride, Heavy metal suicide, Homeless vets, Foreign debts, AIDS, crack, Bernie Goetz.
(Apologies to Billy Joel)
On the one hand, I am amazed that you managed to turn a retro song reference into an interesting read, both literally and figuratively. On the other hand, I probably would have read that book about a hundred times if I was around ITTL.Sex, Drugs and Disney Animation, or How I Escaped a Broken, Incestuous Home by Daniel Abbott
Coming May 1999 from Houghton Mifflin.
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More likely that Houghton Mifflin stays independent or bought out by someone else.
Yeah. Even I think that Disney buying them out is quite a stretch. I took it as a respectable book publisher publishing the life story of a famous Disney animator, which you most likely intended it to be like.More likely that Houghton Mifflin stays independent or bought out by someone else.
Sadly not. The CS Lewis estate was very uncooperative. In fact, they were very closed minded towards a lot of Richard Williams' ideas during production. Also, they absolutely despised the ideas that Howard Ashman had contributed, only for Danjaq to stand behind Howard all the way through. The stipulations that the Lewis estate demanded from Williams and UA were far less reasonable than what PL Travers wanted from Walt Disney, Sr. when he bought the film rights to Mary Poppins.Will we see Danjaq/Williams adapt the rest of the book series?