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

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  • ( A black cat in the film later gains the name "Julius", and becomes a regular character in the series.

    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

    Bedtime Story Classics: Alice in Wonderland
    Information about the background of Alice in Wonderland.


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    Finnish Disney comics artists
    Article about Finnish artists by Timo Ronkainen.

  • From one-pagers to longer stories, from just scripting to all finished artwork, from mice to ducks and other Disney characters.

    Mickey Mouse hits a milestone

    CNN: The Strange History of a Cartoon Cat
    They were the unsung heroes of the Golden Age of Movies, the forgotten men and
    women who took anthropomor...

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

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    Rainbo Animation Art: Disney Cels and Disney Collectibles
    Offers collectible toys, art pieces, phone cards, and autographs.

  • We're especially proud of our exclusive line of To make these one-of-a-kind pieces of art, we take the autographs of the great actors and actresses and other celebrities who have been providing the voices for our favorite Disney characters, and mat them with some attractive artwork from the film.

  • Each is a unique collectible piece of Disney memoribelia and makes a fabulous momento of your favorite animated cartoon or character.

    INTERCOT's WebDisney - Guide To Disney On The Internet
    Annotated directory of Disney-related websites.

  • Guests will embark on a quest for beads and chocolate treasures, be witness to a Pirate and Princess parade, character greetings, fireworks spectacular and some of the most popular attractions.

    The Disney Afternoon Ring
    Webrings of sites related to Disney Afternoon shows.

  • Contains character bios, episode guide, episode reviews, fan art, fan fiction, quotes, audio/wav clips, screen grabs and much, much more.

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


    Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies: The Early Years
    Information database on the early cartoons of Warner Bros. Includes pictures,
    plot descriptions, bios,...

    Service for Disney fans and roleplay. Admins are elected democratically.
    Features AUP, player roster,...

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    DCML: Disney Comics
    Features a story database (Inducks- search page), archive to the Disney comics
    mailing list, historical,...

    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...

    All RPG
    "Aside from being handled by two of the biggest names in the entertainment
    industry (respectively),...

    UltimateDisney.com: The Ultimate Guide to Disney DVD
    Guide to all Disney movies available on DVD. Includes title listings, latest
    news, and a forum.

    Bright Lights Film Journal: Tex Avery
    A look at the life and career of Tex Avery.

  • | As if radically rethinking the Hollywood cartoon weren't enough, our boy Tex can also be thanked for inventing or perfecting Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, and perhaps the greatest character in animation, Bugs Bunny BY GARY MORRIS Pity the poor cartoon director.

  • may be unique in the way the fictional characters have eclipsed the men — they were mostly men — who made them.

  • A contemporary of Disney's, Avery created or developed some of the most timeless characters in cartoon history with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Droopy Dog, along with the inimitable catch-phrase "What's up, doc?" And like Disney, his name has come to symbolize a distinct, instantly recognizable, and widely merchandised style that has outlived the man himself and continues to be an important cultural presence.

  • From there he went to Walter Lantz's unit at Universal, where he spent five years doing "in-betweening, " drawing sequential poses for a character and generally assisting the animator, learning his art but also its limits.

  • during this time was how to match the success of Disney, whose "personality animation" had taken commercial animation from stick figures and simple backdrops to credible characters and realistic imagery.

  • Avery joined Chuck Jones and Bob Clampett in creating a cutting-edge unit called "Termite Terrace." From this ramshackle building on the Warners lot came Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and most of the great Warners characters.

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

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