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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra performs the music of Disney's animated shorts live
On Saturday, June 13th, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra presented a program of music celebrating Walt Disney Animation Studios, with treasures of animation...
An in-depth look at "Voyage to the Iron Reef," Knott's Berry Farm's new interactive attraction
Last week, a few hundred lucky fans got to preview Knott's Berry Farm 's " Voyage to the Iron Reef " a day before it opened to the general...
Get your Disney fix in New York with entertainment historian Jim Hill : Disney Trivia Challenge May 2nd, 'Frozen' talk May 16th
Do you love Disney? Is New York City one of your favorite places to be in the Spring? Are you amazing at solving word puzzles? If you said "Yes !"...
Spring is nearly here, but we're still talking "Frozen": Join Jim Hill for a "Making Of" talk in New York May 16th
Let's Talk Frozen! Join entertainment historian Jim Hill for a behind-the-scenes look at Disney's mega-hit movie "Frozen" Brought to...
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Toon Tuesday: Clothes Encounters of the Disney Studio Kind
You probably didn't know this, but Ward Kimball 's "science unit" on the second floor of Walt Disney's Animation Building had a pretty intriguing development slate back in the 1950s. You see, once Kimball finished with his science films about space travel and future highways , there were other fascinating topics Ward's creative unit was eager to tackle. Let me tell you about one of them, and why I consider it a fascinating subject. Ward (he's the one in black wearing...
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