How Roy E. Disney Brought His Uncle’s Collaboration with Salvador Dali to Life

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In the late 1990s, Roy E. Disney was researching material in his quest to put together a sequel to "Fantasia." While in the Disney archives, he came across artwork from the 1940s by Disney Legend John Hench and world-renown surrealistic artist Salvador Dali. Thanks to the efforts of a team of Disney animators, that artwork would eventually become the Academy Award-nominated short film "Destino," which was released in 2003.
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Disney USA — Adventure is Out There!

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Several days ago, AllEars.Net’s Picture This! photoblogger Scott Thomas wrote on how he found Disney in non-Disney places while traveling this summer. I guess it’s true that “Great Minds Think Alike,” because our Guest Blogger Norris Anderson has also written on this same theme. Take their advice — you can find Disney wherever … Continue reading "Disney USA — Adventure is Out There!"
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San Diego Comic-Con 2018: D23 Takes a Trip to SDCC, Part 1

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As its first big foray into the madness that is Comic-Con, D23 put on two panels and a member mixer. Starting off its first-ever SDCC panel, "Celebrating 90 Years of Mickey Mouse with D23: the Official Disney Fan Club," Walt Disney Archives Director Becky Cline, Official Voice of Mickey Mouse Bret Iwan, and Master Disney Animator Mark Henn took the audience members through a whirlwind tour of the iconic mouse's long and famed history.
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A look back at Epcot’s creation

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The cover of Epcot’s pre-opening brochure, which gave detailed descriptions of each attraction to be featured in the first-of-its-kind park, which opened on Oct. 1, 1982. [Chuck Schmidt] Epcot celebrated its 35th anniversary last fall. With that important milestone came a commitment on the part of the Walt Disney Company to add new experiences to … Continue reading "A look back at Epcot’s creation"
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Happy 63rd Birthday, Disneyland!

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Disneyland opened 63 years ago today, on July 17, 1955. While a lot has changed in those 63 years, it's still true that as you pass under the train station: "Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy." In honor of Disneyland's birthday, we thought it would be fun to see how much you all know about the early days of Disneyland with this little quiz.
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