In this follow-up to his bestselling The Gospel According to The Simpsons: The Spiritual Life of the World's Most Animated Family, religion journalist Mark Pinsky explores the role that the animated features of Walt Disney played on the moral and spiritual development of generations of children. Pinsky explores thirty-one of the most popular Disney films, as well as recent developments such as the 1990s boycott of Disney by the Southern Baptist Convention and the role that Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg played in the resurgance of the company since the mid-1980s.Ensconced in their new digs, the family receives a visit from one of Anitaa#39;s school friends, Cruella De Vil. Unmarried, witty, and ... Her cigarette smoke wreathes the frame in a patchwork pattern of pelts that is a harbinger of what Cruella hopes will be the future. She comments ... Her meaning is unmistakable, since she wears a seductive low-necked black dress and carries a big cigarette holder.a The newanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Gospel according to Disney|
|Author||:||Mark I. Pinsky|
|Publisher||:||Westminster John Knox Press - 2004-07-14|