• The Brave Little Toaster

    In our first of two bonus episodes covering films outside the Animated Canon, Isaac takes us through a deep-dive into one of his favorite films of all time: The Brave Little Toaster.

  • The Great Mouse Detective

    Greenlit during the middle of a regime change as a low-budget excuse to keep the animators busy, The Great Mouse Detective turned out to be one of the best films of the Bronze Era.

  • The Black Cauldron

    Quite possibly the most infamous Disney animated film of all time. It's time to talk about the Black Cauldron.

  • The Fox and the Hound

    Mom and Isaac discuss 1981's The Fox and The Hound, a strong contender for worst Disney movie ever made.

  • The Rescuers

    Mom and Isaac sit down to discuss The Rescuers - a movie caught between younger animators who wanted it to be as dark as possible and older studio executives who were afraid of letting any Disney movie be interesting.

  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh may be a package film, but there's a reason it spawned the largest franchise in the Mouse's history.

  • Robin Hood (with Dad Coleman)

    Mom and Isaac are joined by Christopher Coleman for a staggering two and a half hour conversation about one of the very best films of the Bronze Era.

  • The Aristocats

    Mom and Isaac are BACK and tackling the first film of the Bronze Era: 1970’s The Aristocats. Did Disney prove they could keep making movies without Walt? Is this the […]

  • Me, Mom & The Mouse Main Cover Art - Isaac and Ruhe Coleman in a charicature style

    [Bonus] Me, Mom & The Mouse & The Mailbag #1

    We’re hard at work making the Bronze Era episodes as good as they can be, but here’s something to tide you over while we’re on hiatus – our first ever […]

  • The Jungle Book

    Mom and Isaac say farewell to the Silver Era, to Walt, and to the podcast (briefly) with 1967's The Jungle Book!

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