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Tag Archives: tiki
Disney’s rehashing a bit of previously announced news here, but it’s good news, so I’m all aboard. The Enchanted Tiki Room will be ditching the ‘New Management’ and returning to a show that is clearly rooted in the traditional, original, … Continue reading
Adriana Caselotti provided the memorable voice of Snow White in the Walt Disney Animated Classic “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” She died in 1997 at the age of 80, however, the home she designed, built, and lived in since … Continue reading
Kevin Kidney and Jody Daily have put their creative minds together and come up with a new line of Tiki Room collectibles that will inspire the Disney or Tiki fan in all of us. Inspire us to reach for our … Continue reading
Former Disney artist Kevin Kindley has hung out a blog shingle and has been putting up some amazing stuff in just the last few months. Most recently he posted some images he rescued for conceptual logos that would have appeared … Continue reading