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Sarah Close is a Singer/songwriter from the UK who has been picked up by the Disney Channel’s DisneyStars YouTube channel. Her ukulele cover of the classic song, “I Wanna Be Like You” from Walt Disney’s Jungle Book is terrific and … Continue reading
Not every videopolis entry has to be from a YouTube super star or have crazy viral potential. Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of weirdness to catch our eye. That’s the case in today’s video which features a … Continue reading
I don’t know what it is, but the sound of the Ukulele is perfectly suited to Ma Belle Evangeline from The Princess and the Frog. Originally written by Randy Newman and performed in the movie by Jim Cummings as “Ray” … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Disney’s Robin Hood movie. Not only does it have two characters sharing my name (Little John / Prince John), but it came out in 1973, so it was probably the first animated film I saw … Continue reading