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Jeffrey Katzenberg on the Musical Tradition of Disney Films

The chairman of The Walt Disney Studios previously served as president of production for Paramount Pictures. Since Katzenberg has been at Disney, the studio has produced hits such as "Down and Out in Beverly Hills," "Dick Tracy," and "Pretty Woman." Disney's latest release is "Aladdin," an animated musical fantasy starring Robin Williams that promises to follow the box-office success of "The Little Mermaid" and "Beauty and the Beast."


Other segments from the episode on November 16, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 16, 1992: Interview with Randy Newman; Interview with Jeffrey Katzenberg; Review of Madonna's album "Erotica" and Prince's album "[symbol]."


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