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Category Archives: Fandom
The DisneyBound Tumblr is a wonderful effort by Leslie Kay. She puts together clothing and accessories that together make up the look of a popular Disney Character. She then provides links to where you can purchase these items to help … Continue reading
A lovely exercise by deviantart artist Taja Vigilia places the age of each of the Disney Princesses at the age of their movies. They’re all enjoying a little tea party but are the same age as their respective movies (Snow … Continue reading
The Disney Insider has posted a very touching tribute to recently deceased Disney songsmith Robert Sherman, or as the author called him — Dad. We all know there’s something special about “it’s a small world”, but I have new appreciation … Continue reading
Artist Sam Towler has built a fantastic model of Disneyland’s long gone, but much loved, Mine Train thorugh Nature’s Wonderland attraction. Replaced by Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in 1979, generations of Disneyland fans have grown up without knowing the simple … Continue reading