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Author Archives: John Frost
Disney Lies is a fan site I’ve kept my eye on over the years because of its fun concept. It’s almost all 100% malarkey. Figuring out what, if any, of it is true, is part of the fun. Dominick, who … Continue reading
Yesterday was quite a day for Walt Disney Animation Studios. Not only did their most recent film “Frozen” win two Academy Awards, it crossed $1 billion at the worldwide box office. That makes it the biggest non-sequel animated film ever … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Company did not take home the most Academy Awards last night, not by a long shot, but they should feel very good about the awards they did receive. Frozen took home Best Animated Feature and Best Original … Continue reading
There are a lot of Hidden Mickeys and even a few Walt Disney tributes. But did you know about a special tribute to Walt’s brother. This lantern at the Japan Pavilion in EPCOT was a gift to Roy O. Disney … Continue reading