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Tag Archives: Hercules
Disney’s El Capitan theater is having a Throwback Thursday event next week with a showing of Disney’s animated feature Hercules. The 35th animated Disney feature was released in 1997 and was directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. The show … Continue reading
Welcome back to where showbiz takes center stage… Hollywood Studios, of course! It’s time for your 2nd DHS History Lesson. For those just joining us, let me tell you a little bit about myself, I LOVE the movies! (Guess the … Continue reading
Well Ho Ho Ho there! It’s time for round 2 of my 2013 Holiday Gift Guide, this time featuring gifts for that animation fan in your life. Remember, each guide includes 5 items and a Toys for Tots item, something … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, StudiosCentral.com informed that the cast members and performers working the Countdown to Fun parade and Disney Channel Rocks show that their performances would stop on April 6th. Both were said to have been closing due to … Continue reading