Tuesday, December 24, 2013

My Bet? Some of You Have Even Seen Some of Them

7 Hilariously Terrible Disney Movies You Probably Didn't Know Existed

10 comments:

James Reasoner said...

I think I've seen most of them. "Hilariously terrible"? That's a little strong, although some of them indeed aren't very good.

Bill Crider said...

I knew it!

Bill Crider said...

And I should add that I've seen half of them, myself.

Ivan G Shreve Jr said...

Yeah, I've seen all of these. I protest the inclusion of The World's Greatest Athlete, which is actually a pretty good Disney flick.

The Strongest Man in the World features Phil Silvers and Eve Arden...and by that definition, cannot be terrible.

$1,000,000 Duck is based on a story written by "Hazel" creator Ted Key, if that counts for anything.

Bill Crider said...

If I were giving a prize, you'd win, Ivan. I didn't think anybody would've seen ALL of them.

Bill Crider said...

P. S. You're right about Phil Silvers and Eve Arden.

Deb said...

I've seen several of these--many from Disney's wandering in the wilderness period (after Mary Poppins before Beauty and the Beast). In fact, we watched The World's Greatest Athlete not too long ago (thanks, Netflix). My husband was having fond memories of his childhood but our kids watched the first five minutes and found other things to do.

Always loved Gene Siskel saying that Million Dollar Duck was the only movie he ever walked out on.

Anonymous said...

Well, I never heard of #2 but I have heard of the resst and seen some - $1 Million Duck, for one. The World's Greatest Athlete for another.

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians is worse than both put together.

And a reminder: don't forget to record Christmas Twister tonight at 9 on Ion.

/end PSA



Jeff

Cap'n Bob said...

Hear of 4, seen 0.

Gerard said...

I've seen four.