As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

With hyperion releasing the 12 chairs is there a chance that they will release blazing saddle young frankistine or space bals
 
Professional Sports as of 1973
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
American League East

Baltimore Orioles
Boston Red Sox
New York Yankees
Washington Grays

American League Central
Chicago White Sox
Cleveland Guardians
Detroit Tigers
Kansas City Monarchs
Texas Rangers

American League West
Los Angeles Angels
Oakland Athletics
Portland Beavers
Seattle Pilots
Vancouver Mounties

National League East
Atlanta Braves
Brooklyn Dodgers
Montreal Expos
Philadelphia Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates

National League Central
Chicago Cubs
Cincinnati Reds
Milwaukee Brewers
Minnesota Twins
St. Louis Cardinals

National League West
Houston Astros
Los Angeles Lancers (Formerly Hollywood Stars)
San Diego Padres
San Francisco Seals

PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL
National Football League
Capitol Division

Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Heroes

Century Division
Cleveland Browns
New Orleans Saints
Pittsburgh Steelers
St. Louis Cardinals

Central Division
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Detroit Lions

Coastal Division
Atlanta Falcons
Baltimore Colts
Los Angeles Rams
San Francisco 49ers

American Football League
Eastern Division

Buffalo Bills
Cincinnati Bengals
Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots
New York Jets

Western Division
Denver Broncos
Houston Oilers
Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
San Diego Chargers

Canadian Football League
Eastern Division

Hamilton Tiger Cats
Montreal Alouettes
Ottawa Rough Riders
Toronto Argonauts

Western Division
BC Lions
Calgary Stampeders
Edmonton Eskimos
Saskatchewan Roughriders
Winnipeg Blue Bombers

World Football League (Launching in 1974 along w/ the Metromedia/Westinghouse network)
Eastern Division

Jacksonville Sharks
New York Stars
Philadelphia Bell
Washington Ambassadors

Central Division
Birmingham Vulcans
Chicago Fire
Detroit Wheels
Memphis Grizzlies

Western Division
Hawaiians
Houston Texans
Portland Storm
Southern California Sun

PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
Atlantic Division

Boston Celtics
Buffalo Braves
New York Knicks
Philadelphia 76ers

Central Division
Atlanta Hawks
Cleveland Cavaliers
Houston Rockets
Washington Federals (Formerly Baltimore Bullets)

Midwest Division
Chicago Bulls
Detroit Pistons
Kansas City Royals
Milwaukee Bucks

Pacific Division
Golden State Warriors
Los Angeles Lakers
Phoenix Suns
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Supersonics

American Basketball Association
Eastern Division

Indiana Pacers
Kentucky Colonels
New York Nets
Spirits of St. Louis
Virginia Squires

Western Division
Denver Nuggets
New Orleans Jazz
San Antonio Spurs
San Diego Clippers
Utah Stars

PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY
National Hockey League
Prince of Wales Conference
Adams Division

Atlanta Flames (Coming in 1974)
Boston Bruins
Buffalo Sabres
Montreal Canadiens
Toronto Maple Leafs

Patrick Division
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers
Pittsburgh Penguins
Washington Capitals (Coming in 1974)

Clarence Campbell Conference
Norris Division

Chicago Blackhawks
Detroit Red Wings
Milwaukee Admirals (Coming in 1974)
Minnesota North Stars
St. Louis Blues

Smythe Division
Los Angeles Kings
Oakland Seals
Seattle Totems (Coming in 1974)
Vancouver Canucks

World Hockey Association
Canadian Division

Calgary Broncos
Edmonton Oilers
Ottawa Senators
Quebec Nordiques
Winnipeg Jets

Eastern Division
Cleveland Crusaders
Indianapolis Racers
Minnesota Fighting Saints
New England Whalers
New York Islanders

Western Division
Colorado Rockies
Houston Aeros
Phoenix Roadrunners
San Diego Gulls

NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE
Eastern Division

Miami Toros
New York Cosmos
Philadelphia Atoms

Northern Division
Montreal Olympique
Rochester Lancers
Toronto Metros

Southern Division
Atlanta Apollos
Dallas Tornado
St. Louis Saints
 
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American Graffiti
American Graffiti


Released by Hyperion Pictures on August 11, 1973

Directed by
George Lucas

Producers
Francis Ford Coppola
Walt Disney, Jr.

Screenplay by
Gloria Katz
Willard Huyck

Music Supervisor
Walter Murch

Production Company
American Zoetrope

Cast
Richard Dreyfuss as Curt Henderson
Ronny Howard as Steve Bolander
Paul Le Mat as John Milner
Charles Martin Smith as Terry "The Toad" Fields
Cindy Williams as Laurie Henderson
Candy Clark as Debbie Dunham
Mackenzie Phillips as Carol Morrison
Wolfman Jack as Disc Jockey
Bo Hopkins as Joe Young
Manuel Padilla, Jr. as Carlos
Harrison Ford as Bob Falfa
Lynne Marie Stewart as Bobbie Tucker
Terry McGovern as Mr. Wolfe
Kathleen Quinlan as Peg
Scott Beach as Mr. Gordon
Susan Richardson as Judy
Kay Ann Kemper as Jane
Joe Spano as Vic
Debralee Scott as Falfa's Girl
Suzanne Somers as "The Blonde" in the T-Bird

Through a series of vignettes, American Graffiti takes place on one summer night in 1962 when four high school friends cruise the streets of their small town before they must part ways and begin their adult lives.

The plot and storyline are pretty much the same as OTL, and there were no cuts to the footage before the film's first theatrical release.

After American Graffiti proved commercially and critically successful, father and son reached a compromise on Lucas's space opera script. Junior will serve as executive producer on said project, but it will be released under his father's label. Walt, who wanted to turn Lucas's story into animated feature, reluctantly agreed to let Junior put the project into live action production.​
 
Does anybody like the idea of Walt Junior having multiple kids two of which are child that that is that bring to pride to the disney name. Another one end up being a slezzy womanizer who transhies the disney name with shady business deals, tax evasion , wild partying alcoholism and gambling. I can see the disney black sheep shooking his father and possibly grandfather with his plans for occasion in both Vegas and oralond. Florida legalized casino in 2004 so I can see it possible that the black sheep of the disney family may think about opening casinos in Florida. One of Walt jr kids should be walt the 3rd. Should Walt the third be the golden boy or the black sheep. Making walt the thrid the black sheep adds some irony
 
What is the state of Anime ITTL? I understand that Anime is in it's infancy but shouldn't Astro Boy have aired on US Television by now? (OTL Astro Boy aired back in the 1960s)
I've only seen Speed Racer mentioned so far.

Actually speaking of Astro Boy, IOTL Tezuka met Disney in person at the 1964 World's Fair. Tezuka even recalled the event.
‘I am a head of a Japanese animation studio.’
‘Nice to have you here.’
‘I am the one who made Astro Boy.’
‘Really? I know Astro Boy. I saw the work in Los Angeles. It’s a great work.”
‘Thank you very much. My staff would be honored. Well, may I have your comment about the work?’
‘It’s a very interesting Sci-Fi story. Future children are looking toward the space. So I, myself, think about making Sci Fi, too. If you have time, visit me in Burbank.’

I feel like TLL missed out on an opportunity for a Tezuka/Disney collab, it's not too late though.
Since I'm thinking of it. Could we butterfly Tezuka's Stomach Cancer away?
 
What is the state of Anime ITTL? I understand that Anime is in it's infancy but shouldn't Astro Boy have aired on US Television by now? (OTL Astro Boy aired back in the 1960s)
I've only seen Speed Racer mentioned so far.

Actually speaking of Astro Boy, IOTL Tezuka met Disney in person at the 1964 World's Fair. Tezuka even recalled the event.
‘I am a head of a Japanese animation studio.’
‘Nice to have you here.’
‘I am the one who made Astro Boy.’
‘Really? I know Astro Boy. I saw the work in Los Angeles. It’s a great work.”
‘Thank you very much. My staff would be honored. Well, may I have your comment about the work?’
‘It’s a very interesting Sci-Fi story. Future children are looking toward the space. So I, myself, think about making Sci Fi, too. If you have time, visit me in Burbank.’

I feel like TLL missed out on an opportunity for a Tezuka/Disney collab, it's not too late though.
Since I'm thinking of it. Could we butterfly Tezuka's Stomach Cancer away?
That would be good, along with butterflying Shotaro Ishinomori's heart problems.
 
What is the state of Anime ITTL? I understand that Anime is in it's infancy but shouldn't Astro Boy have aired on US Television by now? (OTL Astro Boy aired back in the 1960s)
I've only seen Speed Racer mentioned so far.

Actually speaking of Astro Boy, IOTL Tezuka met Disney in person at the 1964 World's Fair. Tezuka even recalled the event.
‘I am a head of a Japanese animation studio.’
‘Nice to have you here.’
‘I am the one who made Astro Boy.’
‘Really? I know Astro Boy. I saw the work in Los Angeles. It’s a great work.”
‘Thank you very much. My staff would be honored. Well, may I have your comment about the work?’
‘It’s a very interesting Sci-Fi story. Future children are looking toward the space. So I, myself, think about making Sci Fi, too. If you have time, visit me in Burbank.’

I feel like TLL missed out on an opportunity for a Tezuka/Disney collab, it's not too late though.
Since I'm thinking of it. Could we butterfly Tezuka's Stomach Cancer away?
Disney had two cancelled scifi project in 1976. There a movie called the hero from other where and spacecraft one. Not much is know about spacecraf one but the hero form otherwher is based on a novel by jay williams. The succes of star war may led to walt focusing on one the the canccled projects so he can have an animited scifi film. Alternatly we could have an animaited black hole or an elaier version of treasure planet
 
George and Jimmy (1973 TV Series)
George and Jimmy

From left to right: Sjimmie/Jimmy and Sjors/George. Drawn by Jan Kruis.

Launched on September 1, 1973 on ABC

Based on the comic strips Sjors van de Rebellenclub and Sjors en Sjimmie, originally created by Frans Piet

Character designs by Jan Kruis

Production Companies

Filmation
Rex Film
Oberon

Executive Producers
Lou Scheimer
Norm Prescott
Hal Sutherland
Henk Van Der Linden

English Voices
Donny Osmond as George
Larry Fishburne (acting debut) as Jimmy
Paul Winchell as The Colonel
Ann Jillian as Sally; The Colonel's daughter
Dallas McKennon as Dickie; A plus sized boy who serves as a foil to George and Jimmy
Howard Morris as Alphonse; Sally's boyfriend

Synopsis
George (Donny Osmond) and Jimmy (Larry Fishburne in his acting debut) are a pair of adolescent mischief makers who like playing sports, watching TV, reading comic books and chasing girls to varying degrees of success. The boys live with the crotchety Colonel (Paul Winchell) and the fashion conscious Sally (Ann Jillian). Speaking of Sally, she often goes out on dates with the smooth charmer Alphonse, but these dates are often ruined by George and Jimmy's pranks. At school, our heroes run afoul of the self-centered farm boy Dickie, who serves as a comical foil for the duo.

George and Jimmy proved to be the unexpected hit Filmation was looking for, even though they already had a decent ratings draw with Fat Albert.​
 
Ann Jillian is someone who could have had a bigger career than OTL, if a few things had happened differently (of course, the same could be said for many actors/actresses); I remember her from the show It's A Living...
 
Astro Boy

Aired on Fuji TV (Japan) January 1, 1963-December 31, 1966 and NBC (United States) September 7, 1963-May 13, 1967​
 
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