The Ultimate Disney Books Network
The aim of this site is to guide users in their Disney research by providing them
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Finnish Disney comics artists
Article about Finnish artists by Timo Ronkainen.

Unofficial Disney Timeline
Events in the history of Walt Disney and his companies, including films and theme

History of Animation: Before Disney
A short, illustrated essay by Patrick James on the basics of early animations.


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Disney World Trivia - Secrets, history, and fun facts behind the ...
Disney trivia, games, rumors, news, forums, puzzles, and photo galleries, associated
with a book on...

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

Disney's Mouse
Brief character history.

Disney Urban Legends
Many of the legends are explained.


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Celebrate Black History
From the Family Education Network, information about Dr. King, quizzes, links,
genealogy for kids,...

Women's History Month and Beyond
Articles, polls, interviews, activities in honor of Women's History Month; from

Tim's Disney News Archive: An Unofficial History of Disney News ...
An unofficial history of Disney news publications.

Disney World Tickets Discount Disney Magic Your Way Tickets in Orlando
Offers theme park tickets for Disney World, Sea-world, Universal Studios, and
dinner shows in Florida.


Etnyre Galleries :: Disney Animation Art, Swarovski Crystal, Fine ...
Walt Disney Preferred Gallery featuring production cels, hand-painted limiteds,
sericels, and giclees...

Disney's America PLUS
Site is devoted to documents and articles about the historical theme park which
Disney had planned...

Theme Park Paper - A History of the Disney Theme Parks
A catalog of paper memorabilia from the Disney theme parks: maps, brochures,
books and tickets.

LDSFilm.com: Richard Rich
Biographical essay and credits for the director of animated films (such as
Disney's "The Black Cauldron")...

  • He garnered attention at the studio by making presentations to the music department and by giving piano lessons during his lunch hour.

  • It is often praised for the very things that its critics reject, such as its more sophisticated storytelling, cutting-edge and sometimes frightening special effects, complete and atypical lack of singing musical numbers, and its unusual mixture of disparate animation styles.

  • The original music was composed by Lex De Azevedo, and was nominated for a Golden Globe award.

  • He directed an animated remake of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical "The King and I" for Warner Brothers, released in 1999; it took in $12 million at the U.S.

  • But for younger children, parents are likely to prefer the utterly benign and warm "Trumpet of the Swan." Even for adults it is an enjoyable film, with a fairly unusual story, lots of fun jazz music, and a setting that has probably never before been featured in an animated film: Montana.

    The Pocahontas Myth
    The Powhatan Nation's version of Pocahontas' story.

    The National Fantasy Fan Club
    This club represents the Anaheim Disneyland enthusiasts. Conventions, newsletter
    and park information...

    Was Walt Disney Frozen?
    The truth (no, he wasn't) with the legends behind the myth.

    INTERCOT - Walt Disney World Inside & Out - Walt Disney World ...
    Features travel information, pictures, audio clips, video clips, tips, and trivia.

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