Final Films


Walt Disney's final film, 'The Rambunctious Mr. Crispy', never saw a cinematic release. The Disney studios burned all of the film prints, storyboards and painted cels after a private screening of a rough cut, six months after Disney's untimely death.

Mystery surrounds their reaction, although an insider claimed that the film's seven-hour running time, complete absence of dialogue or plot, and lengthy scenes of graphic gay sex may have contributed to their decision.

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