The Oscar king

April 1995
Advocate;4/4/95, Issue 678, p69
Focuses on Walt Disney Co.'s choice of openly gay singer-songwriter Elton John to compose music for the animated film `The Lion King.' Comments from gay executive producer Tom Schumacher on the company's lack of restrictions about the kind of artist it chooses to work with; Disney animated features which gay lyricist Howard Ashman worked on before he died of AIDS complications in 1991.


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