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Tag Archives: tink
Sorry for the late notice on this, but if you’re in SoCal today. Find your way to Hollywood to meet two of the feature vocal talents from Disney’s new animated film, “Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure.” When: TODAY – … Continue reading
Tinker Bell returns this fall in a brand new adventure! Here’s a sneak peak of the first 6 minutes of Tink’s second film “Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure”. Queen Clarion’s fairies are all aflutter with the preparations for autumn. … Continue reading
For many years Tinker Bell had a huge following among Disney fans, but almost no merchandise featured the pint sized fairy. Eventually someone at Disney marketing figured out they were missing out on a steady line of guests willing to … Continue reading
A few years ago John Lasseter swept into the Walt Disney Studios on the waves of the Pixar / Disney merger. Like Obama, Lasseter had a mandate. His mandate was to reform the culture of Walt Disney Feature Animation. Make … Continue reading
She’s such a small little fairy, it’s hard to believe she could even make a splash, but the Disney Fairies lines is responsible for an estimated $800,000,000.00 (it’s looks so much bigger when you write it like that) in sales … Continue reading