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Category Archives: Disneyland
It’s been no secret, with hints coming even from the upper echelons of Burbank, that Disney is looking to capitalize on their acquisition of the Star Wars franchise by expanding its presence in the theme parks. Right now that is … Continue reading
“It was July 1923 … With that wonderful audacity of youth, I went to Hollywood, arriving there with just $40. It was a big day, the day I got on that Santa Fe California Limited. I was just free and … Continue reading
James Lopez is a former Disney animator and an instructor at CalArts. He did not survive last year’s purge of hand drawn animators from Walt Disney Animation. But maybe there’s hope that one day Disney will bring that art form … Continue reading
Although it’s not always on stage, the Little Red Wagon at Disneyland offers one of the park’s real treats – hand-dipped corn dogs. They dip them in yummy corn bread batter, then fry them up at the perfect temperature to … Continue reading