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This is part 2 of a 2 part 4 hour documentary on the life of Walter Elias Disney. It picks up where part 1 left off at the low point of his career. It details the unionization and subsequent strike by his animators (which he viewed as disloyalty) and the end of the "one big family" work environment he was so proud of previously. He suffers from depression and a feeling of betrayal from which he can not let go, then to add more bad news, his next great (though panned by critics) films (Pinocchio, Fantasia, Bambi) all of which lost money, and then his accusation of at best racial stereotyping (Song of the South) only adds to his disillusionment. He now began to lose the enthusiasm and unbridled joy that had always accompanied his new groundbreaking innovations. Fortunately he (along with the tenacity and business acumen of his brother Roy) finally broke away from his apathy for film projects (firmly believing he could never top Snow White), to a new idea that would finally give him the ...