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Category Archives: Animation
Did Doofenshmirtz keep you from experiencing the Waffle-inator Challenge at the D23 Expo this past weekend, don’t worry. The larger than life interactive game will appear at Disneyland’s Downtown Disney this weekend, Friday through Sunday, August 16 through 18. As … Continue reading
Disney’s Planes, set in the world of Pixar’s cars, started as Direct to Home Video project from DisneyToon Studios with most of the animation work done out of India via Prana Studios. At some point in the process the powers … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios has just shared two animation cells from the never-before-seen Mickey Mouse short “Get A Horse!” There was some mystery about this black-and-white, hand-drawn short. We’re told it features Walt Disney himself as the voice of Mickey … Continue reading
The Disney Channel debuted two new Mickey Mouse animated shorts this weekend. Yodelburg and No Service feature a new style of animation and a new direction for Mickey Mouse that the Walt Disney Company hopes returns some relevance of the … Continue reading