Walt Disney on Disney

Were he still alive this is what I think that my interview with Walt Disney would be like
February 16, 2007
(Now prepare to read a good story)

COOLHAND: Hello Mr. Disney, thank you for joining me today. It really is a pleasure. Your work and the continued work of your studio brings joy to the hearts of many.

Disney: Well thank you for having me. I understand you some questions and whatnot for me.

COOLHAND: Alright. Here we go. My first question for you is of course, When are you going to stop making movies that aren't very good? I haven't really liked how Disney doesn't make good old animated movies anymore.

Disney: Well we've been trying to get away from that kind of stuff, I don’t like it much either. I much prefer hand drawn cartoons. It's the way they are meant to be.

COOLHAND: The television shows that replaced shows like Darkwing Duck, Gummy Bears, Talespin, Duck Tales, Goof Troop, Gargoyles, etc, aren't very good. I think you're losing a lot of older audience members from playing shows like Emperor's New School, American Dragon: Jake Long, Kim Possible, should I go on?

Disney: No, no, no. We've realized that these shows aren't up to snuff with the standards we created in yesteryear, and so we want to slowly reincorporate the old shows back in and create new ones that have the same Disney "Magic" TM. We also realize that the Jetix idea was a complete flop and we are going to remove it from the lineup and replace it with Toon Disney again as soon as possible.

COOLHAND: Will Disney ever create some kind of retro channel in the future for cartoons that no longer play normally on the television?

Disney: I would like to say that it is definitely a possibility! I encourage input from people outside of the Disney Company, because I think it strengthens us all around.

COOLHAND: On behalf of RetroJunk.com I want to thank you Mr. Disney for this exclusive interview with the man behind the mouse.

Disney: You are very welcome, and I look forward to doing this again someday.

COOLHAND: I hoped the listeners enjoyed this segment of my interview. Peace.
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