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Author Archives: John Frost
On this day in 1966 Walt Disney died in a Burbank hospital from complications related to lung cancer. His family lost a father and grandfather and the world lost a genius. The photo above was taken in August of 1966, … Continue reading
The new Mickey Mouse animated shorts are finally available on DVD, just in time to make the perfect Christmas stocking stuffer. The whole family will enjoy these wonderful cartoons. Mickey, Goofy, Donald, Minnie, Daisy, and Pluto are brought back for … Continue reading
I’m always a fan of these “one man band” multi-track a capella numbers. The latest entry, and one of the best vocally, is from Matt Mulholland with his a cappella cover of “Friend Like Me” from Disney’s Aladdin. Matt’s sweet … Continue reading
Disney has entrusted Director Jon Favreau (Iron Man 1 & 2) with the reigns of its live-action & CGI combination remake of the classic The Jungle Book movie. The movie will combine some live-action with photo-realistic CGI animals and environments. … Continue reading