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The Top 10 Walt Disney World Posters

Amongst Disney Parks fans, there’s a fandom for everything – attractions, characters, merchandise, food, you name it. The poster art of the Disney Parks is no exception. These gorgeous coming attraction posters found near the front of the Parks – especially in Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom – work to whet Guests’ appetites for the experiences to come while also ...

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Will We See More of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit At Disney Parks In 2023?

Despite the return of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit to the Walt Disney Company, Disney has seemed reluctant to fully integrate Mickey Mouse’s plucky rubber hose-style predecessor into their Parks, media, and merchandise. Created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks for Universal Pictures, the emotive cartoon rabbit, Oswald, made his debut in Trolley Troubles (1927). Since then, he featured in many ...

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Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Will Likely Preserve Splash Mountain Animatronics

Did the Walt Disney Company just confirm that Imagineers plan to keep classic Splash Mountain audio-animatronic figures in the all-new Tiana’s Bayou Adventure attraction? New concept art released today of the upcoming 2024 ride would suggest so. The refurbishment of both the Splash Mountain attractions at Disneyland Park and Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom has been a source of contention ...

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The Must-Own Disney Parks Books For the Fan in Your Life

It’s not an easy job looking for a special present for a Disney Parks fan. With so many bits of merchandise out there – ranging from apparel to Funko Pop!s, pins, puzzles and beyond – it can be an arduous task to surreptitiously discover what somebody owns, what they might want, and what they have no interest in. However, if ...

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Read The Original 1964 New York World’s Fair Description of Classic Disney Attractions

The New York World’s Fair of 1964/1965, held in Flushing Meadows park in New York City, looms large in the history of the Walt Disney Company and the Disney Parks. It’s there that, after opening Disneyland and successfully operating it for the better part of a decade, Walt Disney and his hand-picked team of Imagineers set their sites on the ...

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VIDEO: Watch ‘Oswald the Lucky Rabbit’ in His First Hand-Drawn Short Since 1928

How familiar are you with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit? The iconic character has grown more of a fan base in recent years, especially since the release of Epic Mickey on the Wii in 2010, where he starred prominently in quite the imaginative storyline alongside Mickey Mouse. Save for the occasional new merchandise and some short-lived (and very limited) character meet-and-greet ...

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The Story and History of Disney Springs

If you’re traveling to Walt Disney World for more than just a few days, then chances are that at one point or another you’re going to check out Disney Springs. Labeled by the Walt Disney World Resort as “an eclectic mix of unique shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants and lively entertainment” – all under the tagline “Happily Whatever You’re After” – the ...

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The Rise and Fall of the Disney Store

Disney Parks fans who grew up in Orlando or Anaheim were lucky. Those kids got to go to the Parks whenever they wanted, spending endless hours going on their favorite rides, eating at their favorite restaurants, and buying merchandise at all the best stores. Those who grew up elsewhere (at least until the international expansion of the Disney Parks brought ...

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