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Tag Archives: vintage
Matt has spent 20 years collecting everything he could get his hands on having to do with Walt Disney’s animated classic Alice in Wonderland. Now, to our great benefit, he’s sharing it on his new blog Vintage Disney Alice in … Continue reading
There’s a bit of animation history up for bid over on eBay right now. It’s a collection of character drawings and autographs from Walt Disney and a few of the artists who accompanied him on his famous South American tour … Continue reading
One more day before the lives and friendships that were created in Disney’s Virtual Magic Kingdom are snuffed out. It’s beyond sad and irresponsible that Disney has not come up with some sort of plan to save the friendships and … Continue reading
Via Archive.org comes this amazing video of a family from Connecticut who won a great contest to Disneyland in 1956. It’s chock full of cheesy humor and corny jokes, and a great look at Disneyland’s earliest days. The 30 minute … Continue reading