The Disney Classics: Preserving Walt’s Vision

Event has passed (Sat Jan 19, 2013 - Sat Jan 19, 2013)
The Walt Disney Family Museum
$15 - $20
Movies, Museums


Perhaps no other film library showcases Americana more than the one created by The Walt Disney Studios. Ever careful to preserve this collection for future generations to enjoy, they have maintained the pioneering spirit of Walt’s dedication to exploring new technologies.

Theodore Gluck, the Studios’ Director of Library Restoration and Preservation, will present an exclusive look inside the processes used to bring these beloved films to a contemporary world. Starting with the development of Technicolor and continuing through the early days of CinemaScope, Theo will demonstrate the challenges now faced by the Studio Restoration Team as they work to restore these world renowned films to their original splendor.

This program is presented in conjunction with the special exhibition Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Creation of a Classic. The special exhibition is subject to surcharge.

$20 Adults, $15 Children


  1. The Walt Disney Family Museum
    104 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA