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I love those trailer mashups that combine a Disney world with an unexpected source. Very little could be further from the world of Disney than Taxi Driver and yet Bryan Boyce has managed to make a perfect “fair use” parody … Continue reading
Are you a Newsies fan, but can’t make it to New York City to pickup some merchandise at the show? You’ll be happy to know that you can now pick up some Newsies on Broadway merchandise at the Disney Store … Continue reading
Evoking the news reels of old, the Disney Cruise Line’s latest ship, the Disney Fantasy, sailed into the New York City Harbor and past the Statue of Liberty. The Fantasy is such a majestic ship I couldn’t help getting a … Continue reading
When I first heard that Castle was going to do a tribute to film noir episode, I was a little worried about how it would turn out. Two mysteries from two different time periods don’t always work. I shouldn’t have … Continue reading