Hitchcock or Disney

It’s no secret that I’m a diehard fan of the works of both Alfred Hitchcock and Walt Disney. I know, it sounds bizarre. No two men could be more different.

Or are they?

There’s a lot of humor in Hitchcock’s films, and more heart than he gets credit for. And some of Disney’s most famous works have a delicious dark streak to them.

To bolster my argument, I’m starting an occasional feature called Hitchcock or Disney. I’ll post a quote from a movie and you’ll have to guess who made it, Alfred Hitchcock or Walt Disney. (Bonus points if you guess the name of the movie.)

Here is today’s quote:

I warn you, dear child, if I lose my temper, you lose your head. Understand?

Think you know which man it came from? Post your guess in the comments section.

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3 Responses to Hitchcock or Disney

  1. Mark Miller

    Alice in Wonderland? Which is certainly Hitchcock (as done by Disney).

  2. Alicia

    Disney’s Alice in Wonderland!

  3. Todd