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Many people will write better tributes to Steve than I can here. They’ll mention how he invented personal computing, built Apple from the ground up, twice, and started a revolution in computer animation by having the vision to see something … Continue reading
Disney Legend Bill Justice has passed away at the age of 97. An animator and Imagineer, Justice had a powerful influence on the formation of many Disney icons. Born 97 years ago yesterday in Dayton, Ohio Bill joined the Walt … Continue reading
Pretty much all of Hollywood has chimed in with fond memories of Tom Bosley who died today at 83. Bosley was Mr. Cunningham from Happy Days to a generation of television viewers, but to Disney fans, he’ll always be the … Continue reading
I was very sad to hear that Glenn Shadix died after a fall in his home. He was best known as Otho from Beetlejuice, but had many memorable roles, including a number for Disney. Shadix’s performance as Gertrude Stein in … Continue reading