Anomaly Supplemental: Enchanted

Poster art for "Enchanted" is property of Walt Disney Co.
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I’m KC, and I consider Disney animator Glen Keane one of the best artists of the last 40 years. And I am an Anomaly.

This month’s episode of Anomaly Supplemental focuses on Disney’s Enchanted, which blends traditional animation and live action storytelling. For those unfamiliar with the premise of the film, it begins like this:

Once upon a time…

“Giselle (Amy Adams) is living a fairy tale… literally. After a life of dreaming for true love and happily ever afters, she meets Prince Edward (James Marsden) and the two plan to marry the very next day. Before the wedding can take place, Edward’s wicked stepmother Queen Narissa (Susan Sarandon) tricks Giselle and sends her to a place where there are no happily ever afters… New York City. It is there that Giselle brings her bright, animated style to a little girl and her single father (Patrick Dempsey) and together they experience a world where fantasy and reality meet.”

Sue and I discuss various topics throughout the film including production trivia, favorite scenes and songs, Disney’s influence on our childhood and adult lives, and the vast amount of references to other classic Disney movies. Listeners can find a complete list of the references in Enchanted on Wikipedia by following this link.

Thank you for listening!

KC
Staff Writer for Anomaly
Co-Host of Anomaly Supplemental
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Clips from Enchanted remain the property of the Walt Disney Studios, music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The Enchanted soundtrack is available through digital download (iTunes, Amazon, etc.) or your local entertainment store.

Theme song for Anomaly Supplemental, “I’ll Still Be a Geek” by Marian Call, is used with the artist’s permission. Purchase of Marian Call’s songs and albums can be made online at www.mariancall.com or on iTunes. Follow her on Twitter (@mariancall) or you can like her on Facebook.

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