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  • Disney Legend Blaine Gibson has died
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    It is with great sadness that pass along word of the death of Blaine Gibson – the man who sculpted the Disney world. Gibson joined The Walt Disney Studios in 1939 as an animator and worked on many projects, including feature length films. Among his animation credits are Fantasia, Bambi,…

  • Shirley Temple, Starlet of Hollywood, Dead at age 85
    Shirley Temple, Starlet of Hollywood, Dead at age 85

    Child star and Hollywood legend Shirley Temple Black died on Monday at age 85. As a child in the 1930’s, she tap danced and sang her way into the hearts of America and the world. As an adult she became involved in politics and served as a diplomat and Ambassador…

  • Painter Thomas Kinkade Dies at Age 54
    Painter Thomas Kinkade Dies at Age 54

    Thomas Kinkade, a prolific painter known for his painting style that infused scenes with a romantic glowing light, had died from what appears to be natural causes at his home in California. He was 54. Kinkade claimed to be the most collected modern painter generating up to $100 million a…

  • Patricia Disney Family Obituary
    Patricia Disney Family Obituary

    Shamrock Holdings released the following obituary for Patty Disney on Friday: Patricia A. Disney, 77, vice chairman of Shamrock Holdings, Inc., the investment company for the Roy E. Disney Family, died today of Alzheimer’s. Mrs. Disney devoted much of her life and energy to the activities of her late husband,…

  • Harry Morgan, M.A.S.H. actor and Disney movie star has died
    Harry Morgan, M.A.S.H. actor and Disney movie star has died

    Harry Morgan, (aka Henry Morgan) known to most of the world as Colonel Sherman Potter from the TV series M*A*S*H and Officer Bill Gannon on “Dragnet”, died in his home this morning in Los Angeles. He was 96. I loved Morgan’s stint on M.A.S.H. and even the spinoff series AfterMASH,…

  • Steve Jobs, founded Pixar and Apple, Dead at 56
    Steve Jobs, founded Pixar and Apple, Dead at 56

    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 special in the team at Pixar. I just want to…

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