Sacred cows are skewered in this hilarious satire of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color

You may never think of beloved artist Mary Blair the same after viewing actor Jack Plotnick's hilarious lampoon of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color. In Plotnick's version of the 1965 series, viewers are once again taken behind-the-scenes to meet with Disneyland imagineers, only this time the polite veneer filtering the sexism and ill-advised design concepts (The "It's a Small World" song should really be a registered torture device) are met head-on.

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