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Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was one of Walt Disney’s first animated stars. The story of how Walt lost control of the rights to Oswald to a New York publisher and created Mickey Mouse on the train ride back to Los … Continue reading
Disney’s Oscar-winning animated hit Frozen transports theater-goers to the make believe kingdom of Arendelle to meet Elsa, Anna and their friends. But how can you visit the world that inspired of Arendelle and even meet the royal sisters in person? … Continue reading
In the competition for the longest attraction name in the park, “Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage” will soon be home to the first Avenger, or at least a reasonable facsimile thereof. As Disneyland has done for … Continue reading
from Instagram. If you watch Disney’s Frozen closely you can see a Stave church right in the middle of Arendelle. It’s no coincidence that it looks very similar to the one in EPCOT’s Norway pavilion. Disney has changed out the … Continue reading