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Disney's California Adventure
Official site, with information about hours, show schedules, reservations, tickets,
attractions, hotels,...

Plot outline, cast, trivia, reviews, fan messageboard, and quotations from the movie.

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The Encyclopedia of Disney Animated Shorts
A complete guide to Disney short subjects made from 1922 to the present.

Microsoft vs. Disney
Parody news story of a trademark violation.

Animated Films Webring
Directory of sites dedicated to animated films, and/or characters from them.

  • Forum dedicated to Disney's The Little Mermaid and especially Ariel.

  • New animations are added all the time! Fan Site dedicated to Disney's hit film "The Little Mermaid" and especially Ariel.

  • Enter the camp of Shan Yu, the mongolian warlord and antagonist of Disney's animated movie 'Mulan'....

  • A collection of Disney Princess fanart by Roki.

  • The baddest boys, monsters, creatures and girls of the seven deserts all brought together here at Agrabah's Enemies -- A Disney's Aladdin fansite.

  • Disney Items For Sale including Art Prints, Auctions, Books, CD's, Cups, Disney in the UK, Dolls, DVD's, FREE e-Cards, Games, Magazines, Plush, Porcelain Hinged Boxes, Posters, Puzzles, PVC's, Searches, Stuffed, Tiny Kingdom Figurines, Toys, Trading Cards, Video Games, Videos...PLUS Links, Web Rings and FREE Bulletin Boards! This website is a faction of a larger website, it's a list & description of cool animated films that are definitely worth seeing!! A Studios that dedicated in producing a feature animation done with 3D software, as well as other works done by it's founder.

  • Lots of neat things: Audio, awards credits, desktop items, games, images, links, merchandise and much more! All my Land Before Time and Disney Dinosaur fan fiction.

  • Cool stuff devoted to the lead characters of Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame! Fanclubs, personality test, fanart, fanfic, romance page, deleted stuff, and more! Constantly updated! Search for in Copyright © 2001-2006 WebRing, Inc.

    Winnie the Pooh - Disney and Pooh
    History of Pooh and Disney Studios, news, stories, a character guide, e-cards,
    games, and quizzes.

  • Remembering how much they enjoyed these characters, Walt Disney was inspired to share them with the children around the world.

  • Milne, always a fan of Disney's work, had commented that he would be honored if Disney ever wanted to animate his Pooh stories, so Daphne Milne sold the film rights to Disney on June 16, 1961.

  • Walt Disney brought together the many creative talents of the studio to develop and create a new masterpiece.

  • The original concept was to develop Pooh as a feature-length animated film, but Walt Disney decided to break the film into short featurettes.

  • The first featurette, 'Winnie the Pooh and the Honey-Tree', Disney's translation of the chapters 'Winnie-the-Pooh and Some Bees' and 'Pooh Goes Visiting', which were both taken from 'Winnie-the-Pooh'.

  • Walt Disney's original vision was finally realized in 1977 when these first three featurettes were combined into 'The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh', Disney's 22th feature-length animated film.

  • Milne's classic tale for the greater part, Disney released 'Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore' in 1983.

  • This featurette is the Disney translation of the chapter 'Eeyore has a Birthday', taken from 'Winnie-the-Pooh', and the chapter 'Pooh invents a New Game', taken from 'The House at Pooh Corner'.

  • In the eighties and nineties Disney also released several Pooh-video's not based on the original stories of A.A.

  • Similarly, in 1997, Disney released the second full feature length animated film 'Pooh's Grand Adventure', picking up where Disney's 22nd Masterpiece left off.

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    Just Keep Swimming
    A fanlisting for the character Dory.

    The Armchair Empire - Xbox Reviews: Disney’s Extreme Skate Adventure
    Review, by Lee Cieniawa: "Level design displays a lot of creativity." [Score:
    8.2 out of 10]

  • So it shouldn’t be any surprise that what SquareSoft pulled off with Kingdom Hearts Toys For Bob duplicates by fusing Disney characters with Neversoft’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4 engine and coming up with the kid-friendly Disney’s Extreme Skating Adventure (DESA).

  • I point out kid-friendly, because unlike the more mature demographic of Kingdom Hearts players, DESA is really a game that’s targeted to the under-10 crowd who still listens to Radio Disney and watches the Disney Channel, where all of the characters in DESA practically make daily appearances.

  • This is obviously done purposely so that young game players will be able to enjoy playing without much frustration, but it limits the audience that could possibly be interested in a solid skateboarding game, Disney characters or not.

  • Even though DESA is too easy for anybody older than 10, Toys For Bob does an amazing job nonetheless creating a very fun skating game for its intended audience with the unexpected element of animated Disney characters shredding and skating all over familiar locales from Toy Story 2, Tarzan, and The Lion King animated films.

  • Yes, that’s Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Tarzan and Jane (in their much-younger form, to appeal to the young game players), Simba, Rafiki, Pumbaa & Timon, and a host of other characters from the above-mentioned three Disney movies doing like Tony Hawk.

  • What makes DESA so fun is the great skating action throughout the various levels with a bunch of animated Disney stars.

    Freeze Dried Movies
    Movie news, reviews, features, interviews, and message board.

    Disney's Lion King Was to be a Remake of Kimba the White Lion?
    Presents evidence to support its position that The Lion King movie is a disguised
    and modified remake...


    Persistence of Vision - Speaking of Characters
    By Jim Fanning. [Persistence of Vision] Biographical article. Includes photo.

  • Speaking of Characters STERLING HOLLOWAY by Jim Fanning Copyright © The Walt Disney Company There's no mistaking that voice when you hear it -- and once you've heard it, there's no forgetting it.

  • The velvety, eternally-adolescent, ever-effective rasp of Sterling Holloway has enlivened more Disney animated shorts, featurettes and features than most any other voice.

  • "I started in show business when I was 15 years old, " recalled Holloway for the Disney Publicity Department, "by enrolling in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.

  • I wrote my mother about it and she wanted to know what they were doing to me out here." Although Holloway's first Disney work was in Dumbo (1941), Walt Disney was an admirer of the actor's vocal work as early as 1934 when the producer was developing Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).

  • In those early days of creating the Dwarfs, Disney designated voice talent to help indicate the personalities of the seven little men.

  • Though Holloway did not play that role (Studio musician/gagman Pinto Colvig provided the vocal honors for Sleepy in addition to voicing Grumpy), it's evident that Disney was very aware of Holloway's vocal talent, perhaps from the actor's radio work.

  • Jumbo and then dutifully sings "Happy Birthday" that Holloway finally made his Disney debut.

  • This brief vocal appearance in the least vocal of Disney's feature is also Holloway's subtlest, least "Sterling Holloway-like" performance: one has to listen carefully to the grown Flower's lines to even realize that it is Holloway's voice.

    Gamer's Hell
    Review with screen shots. Score: 9/10.

    The Lion King WWW Archive
    Large site includes music, lyrics, photographs, fan fiction, fan art, and story

  • Produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation in Burbank, California, this unassuming stop-gap project grew to become a mythic phenomenon, setting record numbers for box-office sales and merchandising revenue around the world, and inspiring thousands of fans to build on its story with their own creativity.

  • A direct-to-video production by Walt Disney Television Television Animation, Simba's Pride adds new characters and another chapter to the Circle of Life mythos begun in the original theatrical film.

  • A tribute to the grandeur of the original as much as it is a satire, this direct-to-video production (from Walt Disney TV Animation Australia) appeals to wistful nostalgia as much as to our funny bones.

  • As Disney fans will know "The Lion King" was the first (Disney) movie to have the voices of the charaters recorded on different tracks.

  • If we go back to 1994 we see that "The Lion King"'s italian dubbing, made by the sons of Disney Legend Roberto De Leonardis, had a preliminary version that was refused by Disney Character voices.

  • Then a new dubbing was made and the movie was released with the second one (this time approved by Disney Character Voices).

  • Let's hope Disney can be convinced to correct this error in a future DVD release.

  • As Disney fans will know "The Lion King" was the first (Disney) movie to have the voices of the charaters recorded on different tracks.

  • If we go back to 1994 we see that "The Lion King"'s italian dubbing, made by the sons of Disney Legend Roberto De Leonardis, had a preliminary version that was refused by Disney Character voices.

    Haro Online: Brother Bear
    Film review.

  • Brother Bear Watching Brother Bear , the newest Disney animated film, is a mixed experience.

  • The visuals are nice, the songs are decent but not spectacular, and the story is reminiscent of nearly every other Disney animated story there is.

  • In Disney's round robin of cultures, this one falls again into the lap of Native Americans, a long time ago, when, as the narrator intones, the mammoths still roamed.

  • Collins, who last wrote songs for and had a voice role in is a decent songwriter, but his Disney work is just not memorable.

  • Keep in mind that since this is only a better-than-average Disney animated film, that still puts it ahead of most other animated films, so at least it has that.

    Disney's Mouse
    Brief character history.

    Judith's Winnie the Pooh Page
    Includes pictures, sounds, stories, games, and recipes.

  • · · · · · · · Partner Pages Welcome, Anonymous Nickname Password Membership: 3962 Latest: New Today: 0 New Yesterday: 0 People Online: 84 Visitors: 84 Members: 0 Which quote do you like best? Pooh - Oh bother Piglet - Oh dear, dddear dear Eeyore - Thanks for noticing me Tigger - Oh dont be ridiculous! Rabbit - Oh no, not again, oh my goodness greatest Gopher - I'm not in the book Owl - Someone has pasted Piglet on my window Votes: 452 Comments: 0 Welcome to my Winnie the Pooh page!       : Piglet keeps Walt Disney cartoon off Turkish public TV Posted by on Saturday, June 24 Turkey's public television TRT has barred the popular Walt Disney cartoon "Winnie the Pooh" from air because it has a piglet as one of its main heroes, the Turkish press reported.

    Scheda dell'Anonima Fumetti
    Scheda su Romano Scarpa con breve biografia ed immagini.

  • Da sempre appassionato dei personaggi disneyani, esordisce nel 1953 su "Topolino" con Biancaneve e Verde Fiamma , su testi di Guido Martina, ma ben presto ottiene di scrivere le proprie storie.

  • Da allora ne ha realizzate centinaia e centinaia, creando anche numerosi personaggi che hanno arricchito l'universo disneyano e sono stati poi ripresi da altri autori.

  • Resuscita Macchia Nera, il diabolico cattivo degli Anni Trenta, e il professor Enigm, affiancandogli come "spalla" Atomino Bip-Bip; crea Trudy, la maldestra fidanzata di Gambadilegno, e Brigitta, la speranzosa pretendente di Paperon de' Paperoni, il barksiano Uncle Scrooge; crea inoltre Filo Sganga, Sgrizzo (un simil-Paperoga), Paperetta Yé-Yé (una nipotina di Doretta Doremì in versione beat) e Codino cavallo marino, che si ispira al clima delle Silly Simphonies disneyane.

  • Having always been keen of Disney characters, he makes his debut on "Topolino" in 1953 with the story Biancaneve e Verde Fiamma , written by Guido Martina, but soon he gets to write his own stories.

  • Since then he has made hundreds and hundreds of them, also creating many characters that enriched the Disney universe and have been used by many other authors too.

  • Then he creats Jubal Pomp, Sgrizzo (a Fethry-like character) Dickie Duck (Glittering Goldie's beatnik nephew) and Codino, the sea horse, inspired by Disney Silly Simphonies' atmosphere.

    The Gargoyles Fan Website
    Fan fiction, episode synopses, character profiles, chat, multimedia, images and links.

  • There are many talented individuals out there that don't work for Disney (but maybe they should).

  • Standard legal stuff so Disney doesn't sue us.

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