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Tag Archives: the lion king
John recently posted about the announcement of the Walt Disney Company’s second quarter profits. At the end of the post, he asked where readers would like to see the company go in the future. I started writing a comment, but … Continue reading
Whether or not you think Home 3D TV is here to stay, count Disney in the sticking around category. The Walt Disney Company is setting expectations for 2011 Blu-ray 3D releases high with at least 15 titles planned for release. … Continue reading
Have a few links I think you’ll definitely want to check out: Vintage Disneyland Tickets has scanned in a 1963 Popular Science article that features Imagineer Rolly Crump, the model for Ford’s Magic Skyway and the working test environment for … Continue reading
I was walking through the “One Man’s Dream” attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios the other day when I noticed that they’ve added a Wildebeast Mask from the Disney Broadway show The Lion King. It’s a huge piece and incredibly crafted. … Continue reading
On the day after Christmas in 2008, we were at Disney’s Animal Kingdom enjoying some family time together and decided to attend a showing of The Festival Of The Lion King. The crowd was growing and there were a lot … Continue reading