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Tag Archives: flashback
1972 Walt Disney World postcard. Culled from a family vacation in late 1972 or early 1973, the author isn’t sure, this collection of clips from home movies filmed on 8mm tape is fantastic. There is a documentarian’s eye for scenery … Continue reading
Please welcome back Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley with her recap of the 2nd episode of The River We start this episode with a look back to 1988, where the crew is celebrating Christmas aboard the floating television studio. Dr. Cole … Continue reading
This is one of my favorite moments from ABC’s hit television show LOST. It’s from Season 4 Episode 5 – The Constant. Just watch and try not to cry as Desmond reaches his constant Penny on Christmas Eve 8 years … Continue reading
Check out the Computer Chronicles archive video from 1990 with Sam Palahnuk from Disney Software demoing the “Disney Animation Studio” for the Amiga. How cool was that. I wonder how many of today’s animators got their start with this software.