“The Art of Disney Costuming” Explores the Fascinating World of Wardrobing

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The Disney Editions book "The Art of Disney Costuming: Heroes, Villains and Spaces Between," by Jeff Kurtti and the Walt Disney Archives staff, takes a deep dive into the heretofore unexplored world of the costumes that permeate Disney’s expansive world. What we learn is that costumes aren’t just set pieces, but are true works of art that embellish each character's role.
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Where in the World #614

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details that Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! Can we cover the children’s ears, please? Because I need to say something…   Okay, I hear that not all … Continue reading "Where in the World #614"
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Where in the World #613

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details that Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! It’s Veterans Day. It’s also time for Diwali! Happy Birthday to Jeff Blank! A couple more people can’t see #609; … Continue reading "Where in the World #613"
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Where in the World #612

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details that Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! Guy Fawkes Day is this week! Have fun! A few people are saying they can’t see #609; I checked to … Continue reading "Where in the World #612"
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Where in the World #611

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To all who come to this photo trivia game, welcome! Along the way, the photos can make us relive memories and see details that Walt’s Imagineers put into everything we love in Walt Disney World! I’m so sorry! I realized I didn’t post Happy Thanksgiving to our Canada players! I hope you had a wonderful … Continue reading "Where in the World #611"
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The Wonderful World of Disney Has a Long History With the Wonderful World of Oz

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The Wizard of Oz was released in 1939 and became one of MGM Studios most profitable ventures. The movie was based on the literary works of L. Frank Baum. Two years before the release of The Wizard of Oz, Walt Disney expressed interest in purchasing the rights to Baum’s stories. But with work on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio occupying all of his studio’s attention, Walt passed on pursuing Baum’s works until 1954.
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