Release: 13-Nov-1940
"Fantasia" premieres at New York's Broadway Theater, introducing stereophonic sound to motion pictures.
The film cost US$2.28 million to make.
This is Mickey Mouse' feature film debut, in the sequence "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"
In 1942, music conductor Leopold Stokowski received a special Academy Award for the film "Fantasia", for "widening the scope of the motion picture as entertainment and as an art form".
Walt Disney and others received a special Academy Award for advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures.
Release on LaserDisk - 1-Nov-1991
Release on videocassette - in 1991

Walt [Walter] Elias Disney - Mickey Mouse
Julietta Novis - Soloist (Night on Bald Mountain/Ave Maria)
Leopold Stokowski - Himself
Deems Taylor - Host

Cornucopia - model sheet

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