By 1997, it was undeniable that, publicly, the Walt Disney company was on their biggest roll since the days of Walt himself. But suddenly, there was a very real danger that the company’s progress might come to a screeching halt.
By 1995, Michael Eisner had some serious decisions to make. Disney’s animation studio was experiencing unprecedented success, but with Katzenberg gone, and no one ready to step into Frank Wells’ shoes. Advertisements