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Tag Archives: NFFC
Update: Many more details revealed at Disney Online. When I heard that a magazine related to the D23 “are you 23″ club promotion had been released early by a few bookstores, I made a few calls but was unable to … Continue reading
Disney historian Jim Korkis saw the recent post about Marceline and send a long a little more information. I think it was David Mumford and Bruce Gordon in their book, “The Nickel Tour” that first pointed out that there was … Continue reading
The wonderful thing about the Disney ‘product’ is that is creates new fans all the time. So if you’re a recent convert to things Disney or a old fan who has just come back, you’ll want to check out the … Continue reading
If you weren’t lucky enough to attend Jeff Kurtti’s session at this summer’s NFFC Convention, then LaughingPlace.com has your best chance to see a preview of the Walt Disney Family Museum. It’s great that Jeff was there to provide this … Continue reading