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Major kudos to the Disney History Institute for their latest contribution to our knowledge of early Disneyland. They’ve compiled a video of color footage from 1955. The video is more than just home movies edited together, it reveals how the … Continue reading
Felipe Bottrel hopped a plane from Brazil to tour a few of Orlando’s world famous attractions. Like most tourists he filmed it all, but he put his own spin on the trip. Give it a watch and you’ll see what … Continue reading
One of my favorite moments in Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful was the opening sequence (which isn’t a knock on the film). Danny Elfman’s music was perfect as always, and the graphics set the old timey mood nicely for … Continue reading
Disney has pulled off a great bit of video fun with their latest viral marketing effort for the Flower & Garden Festival at EPCOT. They created a ‘topiary’ of Captain Hook to advertise the festival then set it up in … Continue reading