From PJ Lifestyle: 10 Ways World War II Affected Disney’s Filmmaking

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Walt Disney’s phone rang the afternoon of December 7, 1941. His studio manager was on the other end to let him know that the Army was taking over the sprawling campus of the studio. The nation was already in shock at the bombing of Pearl Harbor just hours earlier, and Disney would cohabit with the United States military for the duration of the war.

Disney emerged from the war a different studio than when the Army marched in on December 7, 1941.

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