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Category Archives: Disneyism
This is the 5000th post here on The Disney Blog. That’s 18 posts a week or more than two posts a day since I launched the blog in June 2004. A fairly respectable average, if I do say so. According … Continue reading
Disneyland Park turns 54 today. Disney Legend Marty Sklar is retiring from his position as Executive Vice President and Imagineering Ambassador at Walt Disney Parks & Resorts. What better time for him to get the special Disney honor of his … Continue reading
After learning about the very sad news of Wayne Allwine’s passing via twitter (via@aprilwinchell who does some voice work for Disney as Clarabelle Cow), I wrote my tribute last night. Of course, there is so much more to Wayne than … Continue reading
That’s right – the tradition continued with an announcement of two Disneyland Resort Ambassadors today. Click through if you care to see a bunch of pictures and read a little about today’s ceremony and the Ambassadors.
Because it is important to think critically about your sources of entertainment, I present to you another youtube find: I won’t deny the influence on-screen characters have on people’s perceptions of who they are or who they want to be. … Continue reading