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Recently The Disney Blog sent special reporter Joe Webb down to the Walt Disney Family Museum to cover the opening of a special exhibition entitled “Between Frames: The Magic Behind Stop Motion Animation”. The WDFM has also announced details for … Continue reading
An interview with The Walt Disney Family Museum’s director of collections, Michael Labrie, was recently published. It provides some interesting background to the museum and its growing collection. Says Labrie: “Diane just acquired this wonderful collection of small thumbnail paintings … Continue reading
Ed note: welcome back long time blog author Whit Honea. The Walt Disney Family Museum has been lambasted over the fact that it is located in San Francisco rather than in a town with a more direct link to the … Continue reading
If you’re looking for a way to help support the Walt Disney Family Museum and share your love of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, you can now purchase a pair of Mickey and Minnie dolls, available only through the museum’s website … Continue reading