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If you’re into that retro look and a Disney fan, then you’re sure to fall in love with this retro-line of Vans tennis shoes that feature classic original artwork from the early 1980s. Part of the Vault by Vans line, … Continue reading
Today’s Videopolis is a little bit of a departure. Instead of amateurs singing Disney we have two old Disney pros singing for a bit of fun. Here are Tony Anselmo, the voice of Donald Duck and Bill Farmer, the voice … Continue reading
Earlier we posted a pic of Uma Thurman at Universal Studios Orlando, as you might expect she also visited Walt Disney World during her vacation. Here she is photographed with the temperamental fowl we all know and love – Donald … Continue reading
Good fun from remix artist Dusty Goodwin. Pulling together samples from various Donald Duck cartoons and a groovy sound track, Goodwin makes magic worthy of today’s Videopolis: Loving it.
Star Tours 3-D has now opened at both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the crowds keep coming to see the 3-D attraction with over 50 possible ride combinations. Disney has just released this special promotional video that highlights the … Continue reading