Disney: Out On A Limb

Its traditional strengths aren't enough anymore

It worked just as Walt Disney himself might have planned. Even before hitting the theaters, Tarzan was on its way to becoming a hit. The soundtrack was climbing the charts, while kids at Disneyland were climbing Tarzan's Treehouse. And in just 15 days, the Ape Man swung through the $100-million mark at the box office, all but assuring that Disney's 37th animated feature will be the best thing since The Lion King.

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