Disney's original Peter and the Wolf animated short, paired with a narration by David Bowie.
Bowie recorded his narration of Prokofiev’s composition, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, in December 1977, apparently as a Christmas present for his son Duncan, then seven years old.
As for Disney’s animated adaptation, which was released some 30 years prior—the inspiration came straight from the composer himself:
Prokofiev, while touring the West in 1938, visited Los Angeles and met Walt Disney. Prokofiev performed the piano version of Peter and the Wolf for "le papa de Mickey Mouse", as Prokofiev described him in a letter to his sons. Disney was impressed, and considered adding an animated version of Peter and the Wolf to Fantasia, which was to be released in 1940. Due to World War II, these plans fell through, and it was not until 1946 that Disney released his adaptation of Peter and the Wolf narrated by Sterling Holloway. It is not known if Prokofiev, by that point behind the Iron Curtain, was aware of this.
Sometimes parents really do come through when trying to impress their children.
As for that visit to the Disney studios, Walt Disney recreated it for a 1957 TV show, with pianist Ingolf Dahl sitting in for Prokofiev, who died four years prior.