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LEADING LADIES AND FEMMES FATALES: THE ART OF MARC DAVIS

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Marc Davis, visual development for Sleeping Beauty, ca. 1959; Collection Mike Glad; © Disney THE WALT DISNEY FAMILY MUSEUM PRESENTS LEADING LADIES AND FEMMES FATALES: THE ART OF MARC DAVIS April 30 – November 3, 2014 Exhibition Celebrates Award-Winning Work by one of Walt’s infamous Nine Old Men San Francisco, CA, March 25, 2014 – … Continue reading "LEADING LADIES AND FEMMES FATALES: THE ART OF MARC DAVIS"
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March 2001 WDW Bits and Bites

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Feature Article This article appeared in the March 6, 2001, Issue #75 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) Welcome to this edition of ALL EARS®' Monthly Bits and Bites. There are a couple new features beginning this month that we hope you will enjoy! ALL EARS® welcomes Steve Soares, webmaster of a site devoted to Walt … Continue reading "March 2001 WDW Bits and Bites"
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March 2000 WDW News Bits and Bites

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Feature Article This article appeared in the March 8, 2000, Issue #21 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) There are lots of activities this spring at WDW. In addition to the annual Flower and Garden Festival, which begins April 28, here are some upcoming bits and bites of interest….. Special Pleasure Island Dine and Dance Offer … Continue reading "March 2000 WDW News Bits and Bites"
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Jim’s Attic: Imagineer Marvin Davis, Master Planner of Walter Disney World

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Marvin Davis developed the first diagrammatic plan for Disneyland. On the morning of August 8, 1953, Walt reviewed the site map that Davis was working on and picked up a No. 1 carbon pencil and drew a triangle around the plot of land to indicate where he wanted his railroad to run. That historic drawing still exists today. For two years, Davis worked on more than 100 different versions of the master plan for Disneyland.
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A Window for Disney Legend Alice Davis

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On May 10, the Disneyland Resort honored Disney Legend Alice Davis with her own window on Main Street, USA--one of the most important acknowledgements the company gives to individuals who have made significant contributions to the park. Guest blogger Jeanine Yamanaka attended the unveiling and shares the experience, along with several photos.
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Disney Imagineer Alice Davis to Receive a Main Street Window at Disneyland

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Disney Legend Alice Davis will finally be getting her own special window on Main Street in Disneyland. At a special Club 33 event on March 19th, Imagineer Kim Irvine officially announced the news! You can just see Alice’s delight in the photo! Alice Davis began work in the Walt Disney Studios, but is best known … Continue reading "Disney Imagineer Alice Davis to Receive a Main Street Window at Disneyland"
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