Cinema: Mickey's Coworkers

Few dreamers dared hope for a postwar caterpillar with the voice of Nelson Eddy and the brains of Aldous Huxley. But cinemaddicts may soon get just that. The Walt Disney studios have announced some ambitious plans for the next five years.

To give voices to his furred and feathered folk, Impresario Disney signed up Nelson Eddy, Dinah Shore, the Andrews Sisters, Edgar Bergen. To supply the cartooned creatures with plots and dialogue, he has engaged such litterateurs as Novelist Huxley, Playwrights Marc Connelly and Edwin Justus Mayer, Author George Rippey Stewart, Author-Critic Sterling North and Folklorist Carl Carmer. Some Disney projects:

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