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Robert Bernard Sherman (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and Richard Morton Sherman (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''WesternAnimation/TheJungleBook'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.

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Robert Bernard Sherman (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and Richard Morton Sherman (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''WesternAnimation/TheJungleBook'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''. \n (TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers, as ''Chitty'' was a Creator/UnitedArtists film, albeit heavily inspired by Disney's success with ''Mary Poppins''.)


Robert Bernard Sherman (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and Richard Morton Sherman (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.

Long before Disney audiences were introduced to "A Whole New World" in the animated feature ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'', the Sherman Brothers brought the world a little bit closer with their universal ditty "Ride/ItsASmallWorld". Today, they remain the quintessential lyrical voice of Walt Disney.

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Robert Bernard Sherman (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and Richard Morton Sherman (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' ''WesternAnimation/TheJungleBook'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.

Long before Disney audiences were introduced to "A Whole New World" in the animated feature ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'', ''{{WesternAnimation/Aladdin}}'', the Sherman Brothers brought the world a little bit closer with their universal ditty "Ride/ItsASmallWorld". Today, they remain the quintessential lyrical voice of Walt Disney.



The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.

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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''WesternAnimation/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' ''WesternAnimation/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.



The Sherman brothers had a huge comeback in 2000 with the score to ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', their first major motion picture effort for Disney in over 28 years. Other significant screenplays and scores include ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', ''[[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Come Home, Tom Sawyer]]'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', ''Film/TheSlipperAndTheRose'' and ''[[{{Franchise/Lassie}} The Magic of Lassie]]'', the latter two of which each received an Oscar nomination. Richard Sherman even contributed the deliberately Disney-esque song "Make Way For Tomorrow" to ''[[Franchise/IronMan Iron Man 2]]''.

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The Sherman brothers had a huge comeback in 2000 with the score to ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', ''WesternAnimation/TheTiggerMovie'', their first major motion picture effort for Disney in over 28 years. Other significant screenplays and scores include ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', ''[[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Come Home, Tom Sawyer]]'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', ''Film/TheSlipperAndTheRose'' and ''[[{{Franchise/Lassie}} The Magic of Lassie]]'', the latter two of which each received an Oscar nomination. Richard Sherman even contributed the deliberately Disney-esque song "Make Way For Tomorrow" to ''[[Franchise/IronMan Iron Man 2]]''.


The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.

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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.


The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap1961'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.

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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap1961'', ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.


The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.

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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'', ''Film/TheParentTrap1961'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.


The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.

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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/{{The Parent Trap|1961}}'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.


In 1951, the Sherman Brothers' first song, "Gold Can Buy You Anything But Love" was recorded by cowboy crooner Gene Autry and played daily on his radio show. Their big break came in 1958, when Mouseketeer Annette Funicello recorded their song "Tall Paul", which shot up to number seven on the charts and sold 700,000 singles.

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In 1951, the Sherman Brothers' first song, "Gold Can Buy You Anything But Love" was recorded by cowboy crooner Gene Autry Music/GeneAutry and played daily on his radio show. Their big break came in 1958, when Mouseketeer Annette Funicello recorded their song "Tall Paul", which shot up to number seven on the charts and sold 700,000 singles.


'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.

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'''Robert Robert Bernard Sherman''' Sherman (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Richard Morton Sherman''' Sherman (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.


'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.

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'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''.


'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (b 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.

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'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (b (born 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.


Long before Disney audiences were introduced to "A Whole New World" in the animated feature ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'', the Sherman Brothers brought the world a little bit closer with their universal ditty "[[Ride/DisneyThemeParks It's a Small World]]". Today, they remain the quintessential lyrical voice of Walt Disney.

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Long before Disney audiences were introduced to "A Whole New World" in the animated feature ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'', the Sherman Brothers brought the world a little bit closer with their universal ditty "[[Ride/DisneyThemeParks It's a Small World]]"."Ride/ItsASmallWorld". Today, they remain the quintessential lyrical voice of Walt Disney.



When Walt acquired the rights to a popular series of books by author P.L. Travers, he handed the brothers their most plum assignment. ''Film/MaryPoppins'' was the studio's most ambitious film to date, featuring one of Broadway's biggest stars, JulieAndrews, numerous visual effects, impressive combinations of live-action and animation and, of course, music. The Shermans wrote all fourteen songs for the score, which has become one of film's most enduring soundtracks. ''Mary Poppins'' also brought the brothers Academy Awards for Best Music Score and Best Song ("Chim Chim Cher-ee").

It was another of the film's songs, "Feed the Birds", however, that proved to be Walt's personal favourite. So enamored of the song was Walt, in fact, that he never tired of hearing it.

The Sherman brothers had a huge comeback in 2000 with the score to ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', their first major motion picture effort for Disney in over 28 years. Other significant screenplays and scores include ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', ''[[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Come Home, Tom Sawyer]]'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', ''Film/TheSlipperAndTheRose'' and ''[[{{Franchise/Lassie}} The Magic of Lassie]]'', the latter two of which each received an Oscar nomination. Richard Sherman even contributed the deliberately Disney-esque song "Make Way For Tomorrow" to ''[[{{Franchise/IronMan}} Iron Man 2]]''.

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When Walt acquired the rights to a popular series of books by author P.L. Travers, he handed the brothers their most plum assignment. ''Film/MaryPoppins'' was the studio's most ambitious film to date, featuring one of Broadway's biggest stars, JulieAndrews, Creator/JulieAndrews, numerous visual effects, impressive combinations of live-action and animation and, of course, music. The Shermans wrote all fourteen songs for the score, which has become one of film's most enduring soundtracks. ''Mary Poppins'' also brought the brothers Academy Awards for Best Music Score and Best Song ("Chim Chim Cher-ee").

It was another of the film's songs, "Feed the Birds", however, that proved to be Walt's personal favourite.favorite. So enamored of the song was Walt, in fact, that he never tired of hearing it.

The Sherman brothers had a huge comeback in 2000 with the score to ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', their first major motion picture effort for Disney in over 28 years. Other significant screenplays and scores include ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', ''[[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Come Home, Tom Sawyer]]'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', ''Film/TheSlipperAndTheRose'' and ''[[{{Franchise/Lassie}} The Magic of Lassie]]'', the latter two of which each received an Oscar nomination. Richard Sherman even contributed the deliberately Disney-esque song "Make Way For Tomorrow" to ''[[{{Franchise/IronMan}} ''[[Franchise/IronMan Iron Man 2]]''.



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'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 - 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (b 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.

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'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 - 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (b 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.


'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 - 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (b 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of [[{{Disney}} Disney's]] most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.

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'''Robert Bernard Sherman''' (19 December 1925 - 5 March 2012) and '''Richard Morton Sherman''' (b 12 June 1928) have written some of the best loved and most recognised songs in motion picture history. One of [[{{Disney}} Disney's]] Creator/{{Disney}}'s most successful songwriting teams, the music of the Sherman Brothers can be heard in such classics as ''Film/MaryPoppins'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''ChittyChittyBangBang''.



For more, go to [[AwesomeMusic/{{Disney}} this page]].

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For more, go to [[AwesomeMusic/{{Disney}} this page]].page]].
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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Maurice Chevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.

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The Sherman Brothers continued to write a string of top ten hits for Annette, including "Pineapple Princess," when Walt Disney took notice and soon hired them as staff composers. In all, the Shermans wrote over 150 songs for Disney. Many of these were featured in the studio's animated films, such as ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' and ''Disney/TheAristocats'', for which they cannily coaxed Maurice Chevalier Creator/MauriceChevalier out of retirement to sing the film's title song. They contributed to such films as ''Film/TheParentTrap'', ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' and the entire ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' series, including ''Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day'', as well as television shows, such as ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' and ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]''. Among their last projects before leaving Disney were songs for EPCOT Center and Tokyo Disneyland.


The Sherman brothers had a huge comeback in 2000 with the score to ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', their first major motion picture effort for Disney in over 28 years. Other significant screenplays and scores include ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', ''[[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Come Home, Tom Sawyer]]'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', ''Film/TheSlipperAndTheRose'' and ''[[{{Franchise/Lassie}} The Magic of Lassie]]'', the latter two of which each received an Oscar nomination.

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The Sherman brothers had a huge comeback in 2000 with the score to ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', their first major motion picture effort for Disney in over 28 years. Other significant screenplays and scores include ''WesternAnimation/SnoopyComeHome'', ''[[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Come Home, Tom Sawyer]]'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', ''Film/TheSlipperAndTheRose'' and ''[[{{Franchise/Lassie}} The Magic of Lassie]]'', the latter two of which each received an Oscar nomination.
nomination. Richard Sherman even contributed the deliberately Disney-esque song "Make Way For Tomorrow" to ''[[{{Franchise/IronMan}} Iron Man 2]]''.

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