Disney and Don Bluth Do Battle for the Last Time, the First Last Toy Story, and Dick Tracy Brings Street Justice to a New Batch of Gremlins

June 12-18: Animation overload after earth, in Fantasia, and in a daycare; Samuel L. Jackson is the man that won’t cop out when there’s danger all about; Picard finds out resistance is futile; Shia leBeouf, Drake, and Mariah Carey make debuts; Betty White is hot in Cleveland; and Josh Brolin in a comic book movie is inevitable. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.

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4 thoughts on “Disney and Don Bluth Do Battle for the Last Time, the First Last Toy Story, and Dick Tracy Brings Street Justice to a New Batch of Gremlins

  1. Dick Tracy was a little disappointing in that most of the more eccentric villains were wiped out by Flattop in minutes after the opening credits.

    At the time of Best of Both Worlds airing, contract negotiations between Patrick Stewart and Paramount had stalled. Fans feared this was the last time we’d see Picard.

    Thank you for not using the Titan A.E. promo that used the Creed song Higher in it. That song got a lot of play in the previews.

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