The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story
While their songs celebrated family entertainment and happy endings, their life together was not as harmonious. Go behind the scenes for a fascinating glimpse into how Walt Disney used the language of music to bring the Sherman Brothers together, creating a cinematic legacy like no other.
- Why They're "The Boys"
- Disney Studios in the '60s
- Casting Mary Poppins
- Theme Parks: A look at their theme park music songbook and how they went about composing a song for a ride
- Roy Williams: A Disney Animator and also famous for being on the original Mickey Mouse club, we learn through his artwork some of the stories of what it was like to work in the Animation Building in the 1960's
- Bob's Art: A look at Bob Sherman's other passion, his artwork
- Celebration: Testimonials from celebrities and Hollywood legends
- Sherman Brother's Jukebox: A collection of Sherman Brothers songs and the stories behind them including: "Tall Paul", "Chim Chim Cher-ee", "Feed the Birds", "There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", and more
- Sound: 5.1 Dolby Digital
- Aspect Ratio: 1:78