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Tag Archives: controversy
I really wanted to write a nice post on how the Annie awards have become a farce, but I had family in town and I just don’t have the time. Thankfully The Pixar Blog and New York Times have done … Continue reading
Advertisements for an art exhibit in Poland is stirring up controversy by combining images of Mickey Mouse and a Nazi flag, complete with swastika, for an exhibit that takes on “The ‘horrors’ of the American Lifestyle.” The poster has been … Continue reading
The Associated Press has a small story and a 2 minute video (click on the little icon to the left of the story) that reveals many of the new character figures that have been added to Disneyland’s classic “it’s a … Continue reading
A tragic situation in Anaheim, CA has resulted in a lawsuit against the city and a misplaced attempt to draw Disneyland into the case. The OC Register reports that The parents of the innocent man shot and killed by an … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Disney provided this letter written by Marty Sklar Executive Vice President Walt Disney Imagineering and Imagineer Ambassador as a response to the controversy surrounding the addition of Disney characters to Walt Disney’s classic attraction “it’s a small world.” … Continue reading