Now the story of a animator who worked for Disney and went out to found his own studio, which had a series of hits in the 80's, and several flops in the 90's. And the fan who decided to watch each of his directorial credits in chronological order over the course of a month. It's Don Bluth Month.
A quick, easy-to-link-to list of every post from Don Bluth Month, for those who would like to read them in order (which you should, as they wouldn't make sense otherwise.) In August of 2010, I watched every readily available Don Bluth film in chronological order and shared my thoughts.
"The Secret of NIMH"
The Rick Dyer Games ("Dragon's Lair", "Space Ace", "Dragon's Lair: Time Warp")
"An American Tail"
"The Land Before Time" (review)
"The Land Before Time" (shameless nostalgia post)
"All Dogs Go To Heaven"
"The Pebble and the Penguin"
"A Troll in Central Park"
"Bartok the Magnificent"
Loose End #1: "Banjo the Woodpile Cat"
Loose End #2: "Rock-A-Doodle"
"Jawbreaker" (a very strange Don Bluth short film)
How to Create Animation Book Review
Last-Minute Christmas Eve Thoughts on "The Small One"
More Animation Marathons
* - The Chronological Disney Animated Canon
* - Don Bluth Month
* - Dreamworks' "Tradigitals"
* - The Short Animation Blogathon
* - My Summer of Sequels
* - Random 90's Animation
* - The Princess Project