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Via our Instagram: Lights, camera, action! This statue of a cameraman is really the forgotten icon of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The statue marks the spot where the park’s dedication plaque now resides. Many people overlook the second plaque in the … Continue reading
Walt Disney Parks Chair Tom Staggs, Snow White, and all seven of Walt Disney’s famous dwarfs gathered on Friday to officially dedicate the newest attraction at the Magic Kingdom and the crown jewel of New Fantasyland, the Seven Dwarfs Mine … Continue reading
On April 21st 1998, Walt Disney World dedicated its 4th park and its first with the theme of nature. Many dignitaries were on hand, including Roy E. Disney on stage with Michael Eisner. Little did they know one would be … Continue reading
In light of current events related to the Boston Marathon, I want to take a moment to pause in memory of those who died, in honor of those who rushed in to help, and in hope of a swift recovery … Continue reading