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Copyright Renewals 1960

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...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...ucation, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file was produced as part of the "eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibilit... ...1, 2003] COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 1960 Produced by Steve Schulze, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proof... ...ce inventory test in music. Test form A, by Richard D. Allen, Walter H. Butterfield & Marguerite Tully. © 8Aug32; AA103645. M... ...x chez les sauvages. SEE Sullivan, Patrick. Mickey boxeur. SEE Disney (Walt) Productions. Mickey fait du camping. SEE Disney ... ...es sauvages. SEE Sullivan, Patrick. Mickey boxeur. SEE Disney (Walt) Productions. Mickey fait du camping. SEE Disney (Wa... ...UDIOS, INC. Betty Boop and her gang. © 15Dec32; AA111104. Harvey Films, Inc. (PWH); 14Jun60; R258317. FLEMING, DOROTHY LEIGH SAYE... ...A100244. Whitman Pub. Co. (PWH); 16Feb60; R252473. HARVEY FILMS, INC. Betty Boop and her gang. SEE Fleischer Studios, Inc. ...

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Walt Disney

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...y Disney in 1946 B... ... Born Walter Elias Disney (1901-12-05)December 5, 1901 Herm... ... Occupation Co-founder of The Walt Disney Company Years&nb... ... left behind a vast legacy, including numerous animated shorts and feature films produced during his lifetime; the company, parks, and animation studi... ...behind a vast legacy, including numerous animated shorts and feature films produced during his lifetime; the company, parks, and animation studio that... ...stle, Walt and Roy would run to a clearing of high ground. Once recognised by their uncle, Mike Martin, who conducted the train, he would wave and pro... ...ho conducted the train, he would wave and produce a long whistle, followed by two short ones. That functioned as a signal to the brothers.[16] ... ... Fiddlesticks showed a Mickey Mouse look-alike playing fiddle. The initial films were animated by Iwerks, with his name prominently featured on the ti... ...ir animation star Bugs Bunny. By 1942, Leon Schlesinger Productions, which produced the Warner Bros. cartoons, had become the country's most popular a...

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E-Books and E-Publishing

By: Sam Vaknin

... E-BOOKS AND E-PUBLISHING by SAM VAKNIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ...... ...education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file was produced as part of the "eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibil... ...non- cyberspace, real world, franchises and media properties. The likes of Disney and Bertelsmann have swung a full circle from considering the I... ...ness partnership. In a way, it is a topsy-turvy world. Digital animation is produced in India and consumed in the States. The low compensation of s... ... ("safety in redundancy"). They contain Web pages, television programming, films, e-books, archives of discussion lists, etc. Such materials can ... ...processes, books, newspapers, any printed matter, works of art and music, films (which, at their beginning were not considered art), software, sof... ...ave looked into it believe that the Bono Act was motivated to protect the Disney copyright on Mickey Mouse, which would have expired in 2003. If ... ...tes were established by businesses with a "real" dimension to start with (Walt Disney, The Economist, etc.). These sites (at least the instituti...

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List of Walt Disney Pictures films

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...This is a list of theatrical films released under the Walt Disney Pictures film label (known as that sin... ...This is a list of theatrical films released under the Walt Disney Pictures film label (known as that since 1983, with Never Cry W... ...This is a list of theatrical films released under the Walt Disney Pictures film label (known as that since 1983, with Never Cry Wolf a... ...l (known as that since 1983, with Never Cry Wolf as its first release) and films released before that under the former name of the parent company, Wal... ...nd films released before that under the former name of the parent company, Walt Disney Productions (1928-1983). Most films listed here were distribute... ... (1928-1983). Most films listed here were distributed in the United States by the company's distribution division; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures... ...and Buena Vista Pictures Distribution (1987-2007). This list is organized by year of release date and includes live action feature films, animated fe... ...ction feature films, animated feature films (including films developed and produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios), and... ...ary films (including titles from the True-Life Adventures series and films produced by the Disneynature label). For an exclusive list of animated film...

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E-Books and E-Publishing

By: Sam Vaknin

... E-BOOKS AND E-PUBLISHING by SAM VAKNIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ...... ...education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file was produced as part of the "eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibil... ... non-cyberspace, real world, franchises and media properties. The likes of Disney and Bertelsmann have swung a full circle from considering the In... ...ess partnership. In a way, it is a topsy- turvy world. Digital animation is produced in India and consumed in the States. The low compensation of s... ... ("safety in redundancy"). They contain Web pages, television programming, films, e-books, archives of discussion lists, etc. Such materials can h... ... processes, books, newspapers, any printed matter, works of art and music, films (which, at their beginning were not considered art), software, so... ...ve looked into it believe that the Bono Act was motivated to protect the Disney copyright on Mickey Mouse, which would have expired in 2003. If... ...ites were established by businesses with a "real" dimension to start with (Walt Disney, The Economist, etc.). These sites (at least the institutio...

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Walt Disney movie posters

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E-Books and E-Publishing

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... E-BOOKS AND E-PUBLISHING by SAM VAKNIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ...... ...education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file was produced as part of the "eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibil... ...non-cyberspace, real world, franchises and media properties. The likes of Disney and Bertelsmann have swung a full circle from considering the In... ...ess partnership. In a way, it is a topsy-turvy world. Digital animation is produced in India and consumed in the States. The low compensation of s... ... ("safety in redundancy"). They contain Web pages, television programming, films, e-books, archives of discussion lists, etc. Such materials can h... ... processes, books, newspapers, any printed matter, works of art and music, films (which, at their beginning were not considered art), software, so... ...ites were established by businesses with a "real" dimension to start with (Walt Disney, The Economist, etc.). These sites (at least the institutio... ...were established by businesses with a "real" dimension to start with (Walt Disney, The Economist, etc.). These sites (at least the institutional o...

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Walt Disney Pictures

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... Disney Pictures is an American film production company and division of The Walt Disney Studios, owned by The Walt Disney Company . Founded in 195... ...ey Pictures is an American film production company and division of The Walt Disney Studios, owned by The Walt Disney Company . Founded in 1950 as ... ...ican film production company and division of The Walt Disney Studios, owned by The Walt Disney Company . Founded in 1950 as Walt Disney Production... ...he Walt Disney Studios, owned by The Walt Disney Company . Founded in 1950 as Walt Disney Productions, the division is based at the Walt Disney Stud... ...lt Disney Studios, owned by The Walt Disney Company . Founded in 1950 as Walt Disney Productions, the division is based at the Walt Disney Studios ... ... at the Walt Disney Studios and is the main producer of live-action feature films within the The Walt Disney Studios unit. It took on its curren... ...–25. Nearly all of Walt Disney Pictures' releases are distributed theatrically by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, through home media platforms v... ...d brother, Roy, in 1923. The creation of Mickey Mouse and subsequent short films and merchandise generated revenue for the studio which was rename... ...lt Disney Television Disney's former television production division that produced television programs from 1983 to 2003.* Parent company, The W...

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The Love

...THE LOVE by Author THE LOVE ... ...e reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise... ... -63- wheels of humanity, society has produced great leaders, amazing thinkers and social diplomats which have si... ...ve began to develop resistance towards pharmaceutical drugs and chemicals produced by our immune system. Therefore by establishing the identity, loca... ...oth our own and other species, using a microscopic time delay camera which films the entire process of development. ... ...(427-347BCE) C7. 15. To believe or not to believe? That is the question.- Walt Disney, American producer (1901-1986CE) C8. 16. Shall have conferred ... ...347BCE) C7. 15. To believe or not to believe? That is the question.- Walt Disney, American producer (1901-1986CE) C8. 16. Shall have conferred the g...

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Walt Disney Records

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...Walt Disney Records is an American record label of the Disney Music Group, owned by The Walt Disney Company, and originally founde... ...isney Records is an American record label of the Disney Music Group, owned by The Walt Disney Company, and originally founded in 1956 as Disneyland Re... ...ecords is an American record label of the Disney Music Group, owned by The Walt Disney Company, and originally founded in 1956 as Disneyland Records. ... ...Group, owned by The Walt Disney Company, and originally founded in 1956 as Disneyland Records. Before that time, Disney recordings were licensed out t... ...ther labels such as RCA, Decca, Capitol, and ABC-Paramount Records. It was Walt Disney’s brother Roy O. Disney who suggested that Walt Disney Producti... ...y's motion pictures and theme parks, as well as, traditional studio albums produced by its roster of pop, teen pop, and country artists. History As ... ...n pictures and theme parks, as well as, traditional studio albums produced by its roster of pop, teen pop, and country artists. History As Disneylan... ...ngs, mostly based on Disney animated characters, though the label has also produced several recordings that do not involve any Disney characters. Ji... ...udiobooks and karaoke albums. It releases music from Walt Disney Pictures' films, Disney Channel Original Movies, Walt Disney Theatrical productions a...

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Sp-4221 the Space Shuttle Decision

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... SP-4221 THE SPACE by NASA Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org S... ...... ...education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file was produced as part of the "eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibil... ...ce Shuttle Systems Definition Evolution.” Internal NASA paper. − Dornberger, Walter. 1979. “V−2.” New York: Bantam Books. − DuBridge, Lee, chairman. S... ...Period.” Joint Space Panels, President's Science Advisory Committee. − Lord, Walter. 1963. “A Night to Remember.” New York: Bantam. − Lynch, Charles T... ...P−4221 The Space Shuttle Decision SPACE STATIONS AND WINGED ROCKETS 23 Walt Disney also got into the act, phoning Ley from his office in Burbank, Cal... ...the act, phoning Ley from his office in Burbank, California. He was building Disneyland, his theme park in nearby Anaheim, and expected to advertise i... ...or hydrogen, perhaps) would produce far more energy than blackpowder. Oberth produced two conceptual designs: the Model B, an instrument−carrying rock... ...ed to take to NASA. High−speed cameras had filmed the tests in Nevada. Those films now were ready to show to officials at NASA−Marshall, who were mana...

... part of the Executive Branch and responds to the wishes of the President, its officials have considerable leeway to shape policy in their own right, by cutting budgets. In seeking its post?Apollo future, NASA repeatedly had to accept such cuts, as its senior officials struggled to win support within the White House....

... Design for a nuclear?powered spaceship for an expedition to Mars. (North American Rockwell), 322 -- PROGRAM I?Three levels of space activity studied by the Space Task Group in 1969. -- (NASA), 323 -- PROGRAM I I?Three levels of space activity studied by the Space Task Group in 1969. -- (NASA), 323 -- PROGRAM III, 324...

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Walt Disney Studios (Burbank)

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...Burbank, California, United States, are the corporate headquarters for The Walt Disney Company media conglomerate. Besides housing offices for th... ...nk, California, United States, are the corporate headquarters for The Walt Disney Company media conglomerate. Besides housing offices for the com... ...ia conglomerate. Besides housing offices for the company's many divisions, The Walt Disney Studios also contains sound stage s, a backlot and other... ...nglomerate. Besides housing offices for the company's many divisions, The Walt Disney Studios also contains sound stage s, a backlot and other prod... ...o the general public, the other being 20th Century Fox . However, Adventures by Disney recently offered tours of the studio as a part of their six ... ...e multiplane camera, The Old Mill was created. In 1937, the Hyperion Studio produced the world's first animated full length feature, Snow White an... ...ke on December 24, 1939, and was completed on May 6, 1940. Designed primarily by Kem Weber under the supervision of Walt Disney and his brother Roy... ...lar work on live-action features, as they needed the money. Though their first films were shot in England, the necessity to build live-action faciliti... ...on Avenue Studio. Although The Walt Disney Studios predominantly made animated films, the soundstage was built in order to film Leopold Stokowski's se...

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The Civilization of Illiteracy

By: Mihai Nadin

...THE CIVILIZATION by MIHAI NADIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.o... ...... ...ucation, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file was produced as part of the "eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibilit... ...esterday and Tomorrow Contrasting characters The information produced in our time, in one day, exceeds that of the last 300 years. W... ... recall those of the island between the Hudson and East Rivers. The Disneyland near Paris, more of an import (the French government wanted i... ...television sets. In many countries, most children watch television and films before they learn to read. In a few countries, children play comp... ...cus on TV and video expanded. In addition to the ability to bring home films of one's choice, to buy and rent videotapes, laser discs, and CD-... ...n of reality itself became possible. Model was replaced by iconoclasm. Walter Benjamin captured some of these changes in the formula of "art ... ...s well as the relation between artists and the world. Projects such as Walter de Maria's Lightening Field and Christo's Umbrella project (e...

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The Walt Disney Company

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... Founders Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney ... ... Founders Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney Hea... ... Products Cable television, publishing, films, music, theme parks, broadcasting, radio, web portals ... ...Divisions The Walt Disney Studios Disney... ...erms of revenue, after Comcast.[3] Disney was founded on October 16, 1923, by Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, and... ...haracters. After the bankruptcy in 1923 of his previous firm, Laugh-O-Gram Films,[ChWDC 1] Disney moved to Hollywood to join his brother, Roy O. Disne... ...irst original character, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit,[4] which was distributed by Winkler Pictures through Universal Pictures.[ChWDC 2] The distributor ow... ...ian, disliked the sound of 'Mortimer Mouse') and starred in several Disney produced films. Ub Iwerks refined Disney's initial design of Mickey Mouse.[... ...ney movies.[22] Inspired by the popularity of Star Wars, the Disney studio produced the science-fiction adventure The Black Hole in 1979 that cost $20...

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1632

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...blance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental. Copyright © 2000 by Eric Flint All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce ... ...prises P.O. Box 1403 Riverdale, NY 10471 ISBN: 0-671-31972-8 Cover art by Larry Elmore Interior maps by Randy Asplund First paperback prin... ...sions was that Gustav II Adolf was, quite probably, the greatest monarch ever produced by the people of Scandinavia. The other, was that he was almo... ...on!’ Mr. Chairman, what’s the procedure for impeaching your sorry ass?” That produced a gale of laughter, which went on for at least a minute. Throu... ...e Spanish, and was inclined to grant their many demands. He even executed Sir Walter Raleigh to placate the Spaniards, though the official charge was... ...over the years, shaped by a mutual interest in theological discussion, foreign films, and—most of all—a shared hobby. Both of them were enthusiastic ... ...action. “Witches,” in seventeenth-century Europe, were not something out of a Walt Disney movie. They were not beautiful stepmothers. They were hide... ...n. “Witches,” in seventeenth-century Europe, were not something out of a Walt Disney movie. They were not beautiful stepmothers. They were hideous c...

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The Walt Disney Studios (division)

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...is an American film studio, and one of five major business segments of The Walt Disney Company. The studio, known for its multi-faceted film division,... ... American film studio, and one of five major business segments of The Walt Disney Company. The studio, known for its multi-faceted film division, whic... ... division, which is one of Hollywood's major film studios, is based at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Walt Disney Studios' film divis... ...sion, which is one of Hollywood's major film studios, is based at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Walt Disney Studios' film division i... ... an estimated income of $722 million during the 2012 fiscal year. History By the 1980s, The Walt Disney Studios' collection of film units emerged as ... ...rom Touchstone Pictures. The Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group was formed by Joe Roth in 1998 to unite the Touchstone, Hollywood, and Disney film stu... ...Shyamalan's eyes, overly critical of his script, which would eventually be produced by Warner Bros. Shyamalan is quoted in a book about the difficult ... ...t in strategy of releasing more Disney-branded (i.e. Walt Disney Pictures) films and fewer Touchstone titles. The move was expected to reduce the Grou...

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Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

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...s Motion Pictures is an American motion picture distribution company owned by The Walt Disney Company. Established in 1953 as Buena Vista Distributio... ...n Pictures is an American motion picture distribution company owned by The Walt Disney Company. Established in 1953 as Buena Vista Distribution Compa... ...tures is an American motion picture distribution company owned by The Walt Disney Company. Established in 1953 as Buena Vista Distribution Company, t... ... as Buena Vista Distribution Company, the company handles distribution for films produced by the Walt Disney Studios; including Walt Disney Pictures, ... ...ena Vista Distribution Company, the company handles distribution for films produced by the Walt Disney Studios; including Walt Disney Pictures, Touchs... ... Distribution Company, the company handles distribution for films produced by the Walt Disney Studios; including Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pict... ...bution Company, the company handles distribution for films produced by the Walt Disney Studios; including Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, D... ...that Disney would distribute international Tokuma's Studio Ghibli animated films. In September 1996, "Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc." was mer... ...y box-office gross in North America. The company distributes all features produced by The Walt Disney Studios, other Disney film units and some third...

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Walt Disney Animation Studios

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... The studio's headquarters at the Roy E. Disney Animation Building in Burbank ... ... Walt Disney Roy O. Disney ... ... Products Animated films Number o... ... Parent The Walt Disney Studios[4] (The Walt Disney Company) ... ...lifornia,[7] is an American animation studio that creates animated feature films, short films, and television specials for The Walt Disney Company. Fo... ...r 16, 1923,[1] it is a division of The Walt Disney Studios. The studio has produced 54 feature films, from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937 to ... ..., Walt Disney Animation Studios after Pixar Animation Studios was acquired by Disney in the same year. For much of its existence, ... ... a whole. Walt Disney Animation Studios, today managed by Edwin Catmull and John Lasseter (who also manage Pixar), continues to pr... ...s during the summer of 1928. For the third Mickey cartoon, however, Disney produced a soundtrack, collaborating with musician Carl Stalling and busine...

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Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Seven

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... 2.2 Disc two 3 Disneyland: Secrets, Stories and Magic ... ... 50,000 sets produced. Disc one 194... ... The Many Faces of Donald Duck: Leonard Maltin interviews film historians and Disney crew members of Donald's importance to Disney. Much is... ...ortance to Disney. Much is said of his extensive film career, such as his appearances in films like The Three Caballeros, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and ... ...ree Caballeros, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Fantasia 2000, as well as appearances on the Walt Disney anthology series on television. ... ... 120,000 sets produced. Disc one 192... ... Trolley Troubles Oh Teacher (Available with commentary by Mark Kausler in "Bonus Material") ... ... All Wet The Ocean Hop (Available with commentary by Mark Kausler in "Bonus Material") ... ... Oswald Comes Home Documentary on how Oswald, the Lucky Rabbit returned to the Walt Disney Company's ownership. Aud...

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Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Two

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... two 3 Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios ... ... 3 Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios 3.1 ... ...ickey Mouse cartoon shorts released in black and white. 125,000 sets produced. Disc one 192... ...ings via a newsreel profiling them during the era. There's also a short that was created by Disney exclusively for these clubs: a sing-along to "Minni... ...k's filmography, not Goofy's. In addition to the commentary provided by Leonard Maltin for some of the galleries on Disc 2, Goofy ... ...oiced by Bill Farmer) provides some comments on others. 125,000 sets produced. Disc one ... ...n, it's Goofy. Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studios ... ...a tour of the studios, some Disney animators are introduced and the process of producing films at Disney is covered. Most of the contents are from Wal... ...es, Eric Larson and Walt himself offer general information on the making of the animated films at the time. ...

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Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Three

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...layed for almost half a year in order to meet an increased demand with a higher number of tins produced. This wave was the first to have a certificate... ... UK due to American and British English spelling differences. 175,000 sets produced. Disc one ... ...ntriloquist dummies, Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd. Walt Disney's Standard Parade For 1939: Easter egg bonu... ...oquist dummies, Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd. Walt Disney's Standard Parade For 1939: Easter egg bonus abo... ...e Seven Dwarfs, as well as show off a host of honors bestowed upon Disney. Then it is followed by a brief short scene in which many of Disney's charac... ...t is followed by a brief short scene in which many of Disney's characters up until 1939 parade by holding signs displaying advertising opportunities. ... ...a bonus feature on the "Mickey In Color, Volume One" set. Walt Disney Performing the Voice of Mickey: Another Eas... ...g Film Montage: Narrated by Maltin, this segment contains various clips from the many training films Disney made for the military, including one film ... ...eather-sealed patches on wooden airplanes. This film contains a wide spectrum of instructional films and Maltin also describes the different animation...

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Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Five

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... 1.2 Disc two 2 Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s ... ...n of Volume One. Prints are worn and the image quality is visibly worse than all earlier Disney Treasures Volumes. 125,000 sets pr... ...isibly worse than all earlier Disney Treasures Volumes. 125,000 sets produced. Disc one ... ... implies, viewers experience Donald himself as he struggles through a typical day at the Walt Disney Studios. In the process, he meets up with Jimmie ... ...1920s, long before Mickey Mouse ever came on the scene. 125,000 sets produced. Disc one ... ...ere, Maltin interviews Virginia Davis, the lady who portrayed the little girl, Alice, in Walt's silent comedies beginning more than 80 years ago. ... ...rote the music songs for that short (as well, they both wrote songs for dozens of Disney films and theme park attractions in the 1960s–2000s). ...

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Walt Disney anthology television series

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... Opening title for The Wonderful World of Disney used from 2003 to 2007. ... ... Disneyland (1954–1959) Walt Disney Presents (1959–1961) ... ...sney Presents (1959–1961) Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1961–1969) ... ... Anthology series Created by Walt Disney ... ... Walt Disney Presented by Walt Disney (1954–1966) Michae... ... Walt Disney Productions (later The Walt Disney Company) has produced an anthology television series under several different titles sinc... ...the show also featured edited one-hour versions of such then-recent Disney films as Alice in Wonderland, and in other cases, telecasts of complete Dis... ...s as Alice in Wonderland, and in other cases, telecasts of complete Disney films that were split into two or more one-hour episodes.[1] Later original... ...s ABC run. The second ABC revival also included some family-oriented films produced by studios other than Disney under the Wonderful World banner, suc...

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Disney XD

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... February 13, 2009 Owned by Disney Channels Worldwide (Dis... ... Owned by Disney Channels Worldwide (Disney-ABC Television Group) ... ...s an American digital cable and satellite television channel that is owned by the Disney Channels Worldwide unit of the Disney–ABC Television Group, i... ...levision Group, itself a unit of the Disney Media Networks division of The Walt Disney Company. Aimed primarily at children, its programming consists ... ...n television series, current and former original series and made-for-cable films from sister network Disney Channel, theatrically-released movies, and... ..."plays of the week" countdown segment called SportsCenter High-5, which is produced by ESPN's SportsCenter and airs periodically between shows; it als... ...l made-for-TV movies from Disney Channel and theatrically released feature films, but unlike Disney Channel, Disney XD typically does not air these mo... ...sorships, and interstitials for Disney films, home video and game releases produced by the channel[8] – Disney XD operates as an advertiser-supported ... ...airs Sundays from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time, which resulted from The Walt Disney Company's 2009 acquisition of Marvel Entertainment. The block l...

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Disney Fairies

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... The official Disney Fairies logo. ... ... Disney Fairies Films and television Films ... ... Miscellaneous Short films Pixie Hollow Games Pixie Ho... ...scot for the company. In addition to the fictional fairy character created by J. M. Barrie, the franchise introduces many new characters, and expands ... ...A dove who has an egg that is in Pixie Hollow that was broken but restored by Rani, Vidia, and Prilla in Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg. Mother ... ...At the opening of the 2005 Bologna International Children's Book Fair, the Walt Disney Company revealed its plan to introduce a children’s illustrated... ...ont Magazines launched a new monthly magazine for girls for 5–9 years old, produced by The Walt Disney Company Italia, S.p.A. and published in Italy a... ...unched a new monthly magazine for girls for 5–9 years old, produced by The Walt Disney Company Italia, S.p.A. and published in Italy a couple of month... ...elated merchandise. Disney Consumer Products have also produced a line of dolls and role play assortments. The first Disney Fairie...

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Disney's Hollywood Studios

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...tion from the heyday of Cinema of the United States The park is represented by A team of Disney Imagineers led by Marty Sklar and Randy Bright... ...heyday of Cinema of the United States The park is represented by A team of Disney Imagineers led by Marty Sklar and Randy Bright had been give... ...stead of placing the ride in an already existing park, it should be surrounded by a new park themed with Hollywood, entertainment, and show business. ... ... a new park themed with Hollywood, entertainment, and show business. In 1985, Disney and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer entered into a licensing contract that... ...ey had the right to continue using the Disney-MGM Studios name on film product produced at the Florida facility, and that MGM Grand had the right to b... ...n those instances, the park was called The Disney Studios. On August 9, 2007, Walt Disney World President Meg Crofton announced that Disney-MGM Stu... ...ith a short film, entitled "Back to Neverland, " in which Veteran newscaster, Walter Cronkite and comedian Robin Williams described the animation ... ...lassic Disney" presented a montage of key moments from classic animated Disney films. Mickey Avenue, a sub-section of Animation Courtyard, is home ...

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Walt Disney's World War II propaganda production

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...Between 1942 and 1945, during World War II, Walt Disney was involved in the production of propaganda films for the U.S.... ...Between 1942 and 1945, during World War II, Walt Disney was involved in the production of propaganda films for the U.S. gove... ...ing World War II, Walt Disney was involved in the production of propaganda films for the U.S. government. The widespread familiarity of Walt Disney's ... ...of propaganda films for the U.S. government. The widespread familiarity of Walt Disney's productions benefited the U.S. government in producing pro-Am... ... Disney’s involvement During World War II, Disney made films for every branch of the U.S. military and government. The government ... ...oldiers."[1][2] This was accomplished through the use of animated graphics by means of expediting the intelligent mobilization of servicemen and civil... ...da films for the government.[1] Throughout the duration of the war, Disney produced over 400,000 feet of educational war films, most at cost, which is... ...al to 68 hours of continuous film. In 1943 alone, 204,000 feet of film was produced. [3] In 1942, Disney was approached with reque... ...43, Disney was asked to create animation for a series of pictures produced by Colonel Frank Capra for the U.S. Army.[3] This series included films suc...

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Disney Renaissance

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...nce refers to an era beginning in 1989 and ending in 1999, during which Walt Disney Animation Studios returned to making successful animated films... ...refers to an era beginning in 1989 and ending in 1999, during which Walt Disney Animation Studios returned to making successful animated films most... ...ich Walt Disney Animation Studios returned to making successful animated films mostly based on well-known stories, restoring public and critical int... ...tly based on well-known stories, restoring public and critical interest in Disney. The animated films released during this period include The Littl... ...n stories, restoring public and critical interest in Disney. The animated films released during this period include The Little Mermaid (1989), ... ...Tarzan (1999). History Before the Renaissance After the deaths of Walt and Roy O. Disney, Disney Studios was left in the hands of Donn Tat... ..., production on The Fox and the Hound was delayed. Don Bluth Productions produced The Secret of NIMH in 1982 (whose story idea Disney had origin... ...er, formerly of Paramount Pictures, became CEO in 1984, and he was joined by his Paramount associate Jeffrey Katzenberg, while Frank Wells, formerl...

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