Walt: The Man Behind the Myth / Walt: The Man Behind the Myth

DVD info
Title: Walt: The Man Behind the Myth
Original Title: Walt: The Man Behind the Myth
IMDb / Disneyinfo:   
Country: United States United States
Region: R1-US
NTSC / PAL: NTSC
Category: Live Action
Genre: The Wonderful World of Disney, Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Release Date: 16-09-2001
Year: 2001
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1, 16x9
Length: 119 Minutes
Packaging: Black keepcase
Insert: Yes
Number of DVD's: 1
Chapters: 24
Dolby Digital 2.0: English
Subtitles: French, Spanish
Publisher: Pantheon Productions, Walt Disney Family Foundation
Distribution: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
ISBN: 0-7888-3961-6
UPC: 786936199659
Catalog Number: 28120
Spine Number: ???
DVD: • Single-sided, dual-layered disc
• DVD-9
Mint Marks Sample: ???
Synopsis
From Mickey Mouse to Mary Poppins to Disneyland and beyond, Walt Disney touched the hearts of millions with his special brand of magic. In this revealing portrait, you'll discover the man behind the myth as never before. Inspired by daughter Diane Disney Miller and hosted by Disney legend Dick Van Dyke, the film features all-new interviews with friends, family, collaborators, and experts plus never-before-seen home movies. Through good times and bad, including a brush with bankruptcy during World War II, Walt remained a driven innovator and perfectionist behind studio gates and devoted family man at home. Commemorating the 100th anniversary of his birth, Walt: The Man Behind The Myth offers the most intimate look yet at the man whose legacy continues to inspire the world.
Cast
Original Other
Dick Van Dyke - Self - Narrator
Walt Disney - Self - Founder, Disney (archive footage)
Diane Disney - Self - Daughter (as Diane Disney Miller)
Roy Edward Disney - Self - Nephew (as Roy E. Disney)
Dave Smith - Self - Disney Company Archivist
Bob Thomas - Self - Walt Disney Biographer
Dorothy Puder - Self - Niece
J.B. Kaufman - Self - Author & Historian
Virginia Davis - Self - Actress / Alice
Charles Solomon - Self - Author & Historian
Ray Bradbury - Self - Writer & Friend
Ollie Johnston - Self - Animator
Marc Davis - Self - Animator & Imagineer
John Hench - Self - Artist & Imagineer
Robert Stack - Self - Actor
Mel Shaw - Self - Animator
Don Peri - Self - Author & Historian
Joe Grant - Self - Artist & Storyman
Frank Thomas - Self - Animator
Floyd Norman - Self - Artist
Alice Davis - Self - Costume Designer
Roland F. Crump - Self - Imagineer (as Rolly Crump)
John Canemaker - Self - Author & Historian
Buddy Baker - Self - Composer
Ward Kimball - Self - Animator
Bob Broughton - Self - Camera Effects Artist
Chuck Jones - Self - Animation Producer
Bill Littlejohn - Self - Union Leader
Paul Anderson - Self - Author & Historian
Bill Melendez - Self - Animator
Richard M. Sherman - Self - Songwriter (as Richard Sherman)
Leonard Maltin - Self - Author & Historian
Michael Broggie - Self - Author & Historian
Cardon Walker - Self (as Card Walker)
Bruce Gordon - Self - Author & Historian
Harriet Burns - Self - Imagineer
Mickey Clark - Self - WED Executive
Harrison 'Buzz' Price - Self - Research Consultant
Bill Cotter - Self - Author & Historian
Ron Miller - Self - Son-in-Law
Jack Speirs - Self - Writer
Buddy Ebsen - Self - Actor
Sharon Baird - Self - Mouseketeer
Bobby Burgess - Self - Mouseketeer
Kevin Corcoran - Self - Actor
Bob Gurr - Self - Imagineer
Xavier Atencio - Self - Imagineer
Dick Nunis - Self - Theme Park Executive
Richard Fleischer - Self - Director
Ken Annakin - Self - Director
Art Linkletter - Self - Television Celebrity & Friend
Sammy McKim - Self - Imagineer (as Sam McKim)
Marty Sklar - Self - Imagineering Executive
Brian Sibley - Self - Author & Historian
Robert B. Sherman - Self - Songwriter (as Robert Sherman)
John Lasseter - Self - Filmmaker
Christopher Disney Miller - Self - Grandson
Tamara Scheer - Self - Granddaughter (as Tamara Miller-Scheer)
Peter Ellenshaw - Self - Artist & Special Effects Designer
Julie Andrews - Self / Mary Poppins (archive footage)
Jeanette Bounds - Self (archive footage)
Roger Broggie - Self (archive footage)
Edmund G. Brown - Self (archive footage)
Robert Brown - Self (archive footage)
Victoria Brown - Self (archive footage)
Gary Cooper - Self (archive footage)
Angie Dickinson - Self (archive footage)
Edna Disney - Self (archive footage)
Elias Disney - Self (archive footage)
Flora Disney - Self (archive footage)
Herbert Disney - Self (archive footage)
Lillian Disney - Self (archive footage)
Louise Rose Disney - Self (archive footage)
Robert Disney - Self (archive footage)
Roy O. Disney - Self (archive footage)
Ruth Disney - Self (archive footage)
Sharon Disney - Self (archive footage)
Karen Dotrice - Self / Jane Banks (archive footage)
Adolf Hitler - Self (archive footage)
John H. Mayer - Additional Narrator (as John Mayer)
Joanna Miller - Self (as Joanna Miller-Runeare)
Ronald Miller - Self (archive footage) (as Ronnie Miller)
Walter Elias Disney Miller - Self (archive footage)
Jennifer Miller-Goff - Self (archive footage)
Mary Tyler Moore - Self (archive footage)
Richard Nixon - Self (archive footage)
Ronald Reagan - Self (archive footage)
Hazel Sewell - Self (archive footage)
Marjorie Sewell - Self (archive footage)
Shirley Temple - Self (archive footage)
Gregg Toland - Self (archive footage)
Spencer Tracy - Self (archive footage)
Bonusmateriaal
- Walt: An Intimate View
- Disney Legends
- Actors, Directors & Friends
- The Making Of "Walt"
- Location Visits
- Home Movies
- The Walt Disney Family Museum
Chapters
1. Chicago, 1901
2. Kansas City, 1911
3. Walt's First Cartoon
4. Walt Goes To Hollywood
5. Walt Meets Lilly
6. Birth Of Mickey Mouse
7. "Flowers And Trees"
8. Disney's Folly: Snow White
9. Flora's Tragic Death
10. Pinocchio And Fantasia
11. Bambi
12. The Studio Strike
13. Dumbo And World War II
14. HUAC Testimony
15. Live-Action Films
16. Walt Enters Television
17. The Dream Of Disneyland
18. 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
19. Disneyland Opening Day
20. 1964 World's Fair
21. Mary Poppins
22. Walt's Utopia: EPCOT
23. The Last Months
24. End Credits & Quotes
Trailers
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Easter Egg
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Extra Info
• Originally aired on ABC's The Wonderful World of Disney (relaunched in the fall of 1997).