I'm stunned. Yep, Golden Age feature animation is something to behold. Some day, far far in the future, I expect to see the first five Disney animated features included in the curriculum of film school studies. As animation becomes more and more a tool for live-action filmmakers, Disney's contribution in codifying and in some cases discovering many of the secrets of animation are going to one day be seen as seminal to film technology as D.W. Griffith's use of his camera in Birth of a Nation and Intolerance. When I was taking film classes at the University of Texas, Disney's contribution to film history was limited to a single paragraph in my film history text. Apparently, he made a long cartoon once called Snow White.