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Category Archives: Videopolis
Known for their sweeping YouTube videos as much as their sweeping melodies, The Piano Guys have gained quite a following. Released today is their latest video, which is, of course, their take on Let it Go from Disney’s “Frozen.” Like … Continue reading
There have been hundreds of thousands, and I’m not exaggerating, of covers of the songs from Disney’s hit animated feature Frozen posted to YouTube. So far, I’ve resisted post any. If I post one, there are countless others that are … Continue reading
Ever wonder if Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas would work as a stage musical? Here’s one video that seems to say yes! Does that guy look familiar? His name is Matthew Patrick Davis and he’s the zombie in that Sprint … Continue reading
Here’s a little fun for a Sunday afternoon, to celebrate the UK release of the Disney movie Saving Mr. Banks, fans gathered at the spot where Mary Poppins first opened almost 50 years ago in London’s Leicester Square, for an … Continue reading