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Video of rehearsal for new Disney animation-themed Cirque du Soleil show

Ever since the Disney animation-inspired concept was officially revealed at the D23 Expo in Anaheim earlier this year, we’ve been anxiously waiting for more news on the upcoming new Cirque du Soleil show coming to Disney Springs. The show will feature Cirque’s usual mix of… Read More »Video of rehearsal for new Disney animation-themed Cirque du Soleil show

Two Disney Talks from Disney Historian Dave Bossert

The Walt Disney Company has come a long way in the last 96 years. It started as a little storefront studio in Hollywood where Walt Disney and his brother Roy brought in a few artists to start making animated shorts and commercial movies. Since then… Read More »Two Disney Talks from Disney Historian Dave Bossert

Meet the pioneers who settled Disneyland in new book from David Koenig

“The 55ers: The Pioneers Who Settled Disneyland” is an important collection that looks at the cowboys, jungle explorers, Anaheim pioneers, and shopkeepers who came together to help make Walt Disney’s dream of Disneyland a reality. It’s one part deep dive into the first two years… Read More »Meet the pioneers who settled Disneyland in new book from David Koenig

Walt Disney’s animated classic Cinderella welcomed to the National Film Registry

The National Film Registry selects 25 films that are recommended for preservation each year because they are historically, culturally or aesthetically significant. Disney’s Cinderella is one of this year’s films to be added to the prestigious list. All inducted films can be found on the… Read More »Walt Disney’s animated classic Cinderella welcomed to the National Film Registry