Walt Disney: [Supposedly, millions of letters have been written by fans asking Disney to let the slave in the Magic Mirror host a show. Disney quotes one] Signed, Cigam Rorrim.
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Odd name!
Walt Disney: [holding the letter up to the mirror, ominously] What does it spell backwards?
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Magic Mirror?
Walt Disney: Well, you asked for it, old boy. As for these...
[he makes the letters disappear magically]
Walt Disney: Next time, old fellow, will you please use some scent on your letters besides brimstone? Well, on with the show!
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Wise guy! Well, you heard what he said: on with the show! Music!
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Perhaps the most bewitching aspect of musical magic is that every melodic theme has the mysterious power of conjuring up an image. We might say music is like a magic brush.
[conjures up a paintbrush that then paints the keys of a piano]
Slave in the Magic Mirror: It paints a picture.