Checking out the top Disney Fan Websites, here are a few of the stories and updates that have been written in the last week: Doobie, from LaughingPlace.com, checks in with his periodic LP Report concerning news and rumors from Disneyland and Disney World. WDWMagic.com, has posted a half dozen excellent updates on the latest construction
"He won't be playing Tigger for a while, and that's not for Disney's benefit -- it's for his benefit," Kaufman said, adding that one day Chartrand might want to play Tigger again. Michael Chartrand has been given his old position back with back pay according to the Orlando Sentinel. Let's hope this ugly chapter can
It's a wild cry, but you hear it all the time on the various Disney Themepark discussion boards. Never in Disney's history have they brought an attraction back from the dead. Okay, they did dredge up the old film for America The Beautiful, but the attraction itself (circlevision) was never really dead (of course, it
and I do mean poor. The Orlando Sentinal continues coverage of the Tigger Molestation sham, I mean trial, with a story on Chartrand's request to return to work. But the real story is buried in the middle of the article: Chartrand makes between $6.35 and $6.85 an hour, and, like most characters, had been working
The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe production is underway. Filmforce has an update (the first in a series) from the set. Additional links to past stories at the bottom of the page.