The Disney Renaissance Explained

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  • Published on Aug 7, 2019
  • Today J dives into the history of Disney from The Little Mermaid to Tarzan to explain what the Disney Renaissance was, why it happened, why it ended, whats up with all the giant rocks and how it's all connected!
    What is your favorite Disney Renaissance movie??
    Or GIANT rock?
    Sources ::
    ScottJEinig :: tvclip.biz/video/sjZXvvKVqrE/video.html
    Diz Avenue :: www.dizavenue.com/2015/08/the-7-eras-of-disney-filmmaking.html
    Wiki Disney Renaissance :: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_Renaissance
    Film School Rejects :: filmschoolrejects.com/the-tried-and-true-formula-for-real-disney-magic-fb00a260bc73/
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Comments • 2 901

  • SuperCarlinBrothers
    SuperCarlinBrothers  3 months ago +713

    What is your favorite Disney Renaissance movie?!

  • Saritha Avula
    Saritha Avula 3 days ago

    My favourite and ranking
    10 Rescuers down under
    9 Pocahontas
    8 Hunchback of Notre dame
    7 Mulan
    6 Tarzan
    5 Hercules
    4 The Little Mermaid
    3 Aladdin
    2 Beauty and the Beast
    1 The Lion King

  • Sheyla Anderson
    Sheyla Anderson 4 days ago

    Emperor's New Groove IS indeed Dinsey's greatest movie ever.

  • Ray Ackerman
    Ray Ackerman 9 days ago

    What about Treasure Planet? (which is my favorite disney movie)

  • Experienced Traveller
    Experienced Traveller 10 days ago

    19:15 no ways! The best disney movies are between aladdin, frozen and lion king

  • Jayde Naylor
    Jayde Naylor 12 days ago

    Well this explains why I, as someone born in 1998, did not watch Disney films until I was 12 and actually enjoyed it with Tangled.

  • Em
    Em 16 days ago

    Who else was wondering what happened to the princess and the frog in this video?

  • Aalam Brar
    Aalam Brar 18 days ago +1

    The thunder scared me.

  • unironically_lame
    unironically_lame 23 days ago

    i love saludos amigos and the three caballeros though 😔

  • Tamar Harrington
    Tamar Harrington 27 days ago

    What!? What do you mean the Dark Age films had no songs? "Robin Hood" has songs, "Peter Pan" has songs...basically all of them have at least a couple of songs. They're just not Broadway show-stoppers.
    The animation in "The Rescuers Down Under" was very accomplished. But on the other hand, the story just wasn't that new or ambitious, there were no songs (sung by the characters, at least) the protagonist was...dumb, and the title characters were barely in it! So you can kind of see why it gets over-shadowed by all the other Disney animated movies from that decade. It takes more than great animation to make a high-quality movie.

  • Robby Smith
    Robby Smith 27 days ago +1

    Spider-Man:Hahaha a couple million
    Also Spider-Man: 1.1billion

  • Blaze Creator
    Blaze Creator Month ago +1

    Quasimodo does not sing on a rock in that movie

  • DJ Beshears
    DJ Beshears Month ago

    Is SuperCarlinBros a Disney sellout? Because they seem to praise Disney a lot and almost never bring up the bad.

  • withintheshyness
    withintheshyness Month ago

    love Jay's shirt. Also Jay you forgot to appreciate Howard Ashford! It was him and Alan Maken working together on those first few movies in the Renaissance that really set it off!

  • Brandon Kohout
    Brandon Kohout Month ago

    From The Little Mermaid to Tarzan.

  • Brandon Kohout
    Brandon Kohout Month ago

    The Little Mermaid kicked off the Disney Renaissance and Tarzan ended the Disney Renaissance.

  • D Skye May
    D Skye May Month ago

    Fun and Fancy Free is an amazing movie, one of my favorites and I highly recommend checking it out if you every get the chance.

  • Dope_Cat S.
    Dope_Cat S. Month ago +1

    The empowers new groove is great

  • vailjake
    vailjake Month ago

    i think of thanos

  • Robbins' Nest
    Robbins' Nest Month ago

    The rescuers down under was one of my favorites! I loved introducing it to my kids!

  • Katie Breiten
    Katie Breiten Month ago

    mulan and hercules hands down

  • Oof Oof
    Oof Oof Month ago

    3:47 I was listening to this video while doodling and this part made me jump in my seat jeez 😂

  • Kira Gibbs
    Kira Gibbs Month ago +1

    I hate to be that person but I’m gonna be that person. Maleficent is a fairy. An evil fairy with immense powers. Not a witch

  • Bad iMovie Editing
    Bad iMovie Editing Month ago +1

    Ok so I’m watching this out in my living room by my self and I was already feeling freaked out because I just watched the Pixar theory video before and when he said the dark age and the effects came I literally jumped

  • Lee Lloyd
    Lee Lloyd Month ago

    Aladin and Mulan!!

  • PortooCalia
    PortooCalia Month ago

    comments here :
    40% - I have seen the dark ages movies
    40% - I knew it was Codi
    15% - I knew something else that is not supposed to be well-known
    5% - other comments

  • M. Gail Per
    M. Gail Per Month ago

    Woohoo! Seen 2 WW2 movies and heard of 4. This is probably because I grew up during "The Dark Age." Anyone who hasn't seen these, need to watch them at least once. You might be surprised at how much you like some of them.. While not the best examples of Disney, they are better than most people are willing to admit.

    My favorite Ren era is Lion King.

  • Maria Sol Moscoso
    Maria Sol Moscoso Month ago

    Except for "Fun and Fancy Free" I have seen and love all the other 4😊

  • Catherine Bledsoe
    Catherine Bledsoe Month ago +1

    Not going to lie, this video has me excited for the Disney streaming service 😅

  • Jaysa
    Jaysa Month ago

    Okay, all the „Dark Age“ Movies are my childhood favourites, I mean come on?! I watched Aristocats, Robin Hood and Oliver & Co. several times a day 😅😅😍

    • Dracorider 19
      Dracorider 19 Month ago

      Yeah, those films are quite good and deserve more recognition. I knew those films as a kid, but as an adult I've come to appreciate them more. :)

  • Sparkyz old Stuff
    Sparkyz old Stuff 2 months ago +1

    Yay the emprors new Grove

  • Keira Koala
    Keira Koala 2 months ago

    Some random person: Disney Villain
    Me: Ursula, Scar, Yzma

  • Keisha
    Keisha 2 months ago +1

    16:02 a SHOW stoppin' number, a real SHOW STOPPER

  • Arti 0808
    Arti 0808 2 months ago

    you might want to watch the documentary "waking sleeping beauty" trailer tvclip.biz/video/ficrcRMZ8aE/video.html

  • sebastian gunnarsson
    sebastian gunnarsson 2 months ago

    Disney's "dark age" movies Winnie The Pooh, Robin Hood and The Fox & The Hound is (in my opinion) some of the better movies that I remember from my childhood 🙂

  • stecky87
    stecky87 2 months ago

    I'm SO glad you mentioned Alan Menken! He needs more credit for his role in the Renaissance

  • Alexandra Salusbury
    Alexandra Salusbury 2 months ago +1

    I uefjvj

  • TheRandomLife !!!!
    TheRandomLife !!!! 2 months ago +1

    Emperors new grove is the best

  • Sienisota
    Sienisota 2 months ago

    I had understood that snow white WAS NOT a first animation movie. They simply claimed so to a reporter, who did not check their claim and published it as a fact.

  • Rae R
    Rae R 2 months ago

    I love the Rescuers 🦅. THESE ARE NOT JOANNA EGGS 🥚 🦎 😂😂

  • Lag1acrus
    Lag1acrus 2 months ago

    You guys should do a theory on the original EPCOT project. It's different from the park we know today and it's certainly something you guys could do a great video on

  • Hickson Circuit
    Hickson Circuit 2 months ago

    Ok but can we talk about Gaston is t really a villain???

  • Jishnu S
    Jishnu S 2 months ago

    My fav is beauty and best

  • Citlali Cervantes
    Citlali Cervantes 2 months ago

    Princesses are the legacy of Disney.

  • grimmer 2000
    grimmer 2000 2 months ago

    Fun and fancy free is a really wierd awesome movie you should all watch.

  • Colleen Hughes
    Colleen Hughes 2 months ago

    I love you guys, and I've been quietly lurking for months, but how can you do a movie about the Disney Renaissance, specifically (and rightly) call out the songs, and NOT MAKE ONE MENTION OF HOWARD ASHMAN??? Maybe it's just because I write plays so of course I'm going to gravitate toward the playwright, but Ashman to me WAS the Disney Renaissance. He did the lyrics for Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and roughly half of Aladdin's songs before dying from AIDS complications when he was only 40. And he wrote the lyrics to my favorite Oliver and Company song, Once Upon a Time in New York City. (And Little Shop of Horrors, which isn't Disney but is still pretty awesome.) You can hear a difference in the Aladdin songs he wrote vs. Tim Rice (no offense to Rice, who did Lion King's lyrics, which, despite my Howard Ashman nerdfest, is still my favorite Disney movie). I have never liked the post-Lion King-Renaissance as much, and I attribute a lot of that to the songs losing some of the magic (though Mulan and Tarzan have some great ones). Anyway. I will return to lurking. But SIRIUSLY. Howard Ashman. Legend.

  • Clara Auersperg
    Clara Auersperg 2 months ago

    I love that they called this technique 'Attila' since Attila is the so called 'king of the huns'

  • Miss Mary
    Miss Mary 2 months ago

    "Mulan just blows one up"

  • E play_859
    E play_859 2 months ago

    The end of the dark age. Black cauldron (4;44 yeah)read the top hidden by darkness. Crazy when you think of our overlords at this point

  • Ale V.
    Ale V. 2 months ago

    Thank you J for giving a shout out at the 2 most underated Disney movies ever: Great Mouse Detective and The Rescuers Downunder

  • mentalleevoid
    mentalleevoid 2 months ago

    Disney pedo's need prison time.

  • TheXKL1NEx
    TheXKL1NEx 2 months ago

    Robin Hood has plenty of songs, and is also one of my favorites

  • Walton Pelkey
    Walton Pelkey 2 months ago

    Check out my poll on 'Disney Character Showdown Group One' voteupapp.com/shared/64c560x3

  • Blaze Creator
    Blaze Creator 2 months ago

    The hunchback of notre dame earned exactly 26750$ more than Hercules

  • Boggey3000
    Boggey3000 2 months ago +1

    J: Who knew that kid name was Franklin?
    Me: Hmm, I think the translation to Swedish change it to "Joey" but I can see tha...
    J: LIAR! HIS NAME IS CODY!
    Me: ...
    Me: Very well..

  • Devin Callahan
    Devin Callahan 2 months ago

    This is actually a really cool video. And though I adore all of the movies from Disney's Dark Age (my personal favorite era) something happened in this video that I didn't expect. At 3:15, J says "I have a hard time believing you have heard of any of these." And he shows 5 obscure titles on screen, including Saludos Amigos, The Three Caballeros, Melody Time, Fun and Fancy Free, and Ichaod and Mister Toad.
    My grandmother was born in 1930 and my grandfather in 1923, and sadly they both passed away this summer. I used to watch these movies at their house. And the other day, when we were over there, I saw all 5 of them together on VHS. I actually have the whole collection now. Seeing them in this video here, being recognized and appreciated despite their obscurity means a lot to me, especially given what they truly mean.
    Animation at that time, by Walt Disney and Max Fleisher (another cartoonist I had a ton of movies from as a kid), was trying to bring joy to the world in a time that it really needed it. During the great depression. And to me, that's what finding these movies meant.
    I'm sorry for the long comment and if you made it to the end, thank you for reading! I hope your day's going great! Thank you SCB!!!

  • Kobe Van Dael
    Kobe Van Dael 2 months ago

    2:24 why you gotta do this man... i was doing so good

  • Neckpunch
    Neckpunch 2 months ago +4

    The Rescuers Down Under is so underrated. I'd watch it for that scene with Joanna and the eggs alone.

  • David Conway
    David Conway 2 months ago

    how about the age era call pre war era ,

    • David Conway
      David Conway 2 months ago

      MOVIE OF CO,CO UNDER THE PRE WAR ERA