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The History of Disney

Walt Disney worked as a failed cartoonist many years before he finally became the business giant that we know and love today. He was fired for being un-creative and making senseless comics about a mouse that no one would ever find entertaining according to his employers.
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The Power of Disney

The Walt Disney Company is one of the world’s most well-known corporations. Disney has been around since 1923. The company owns 14 theme parks and many TV networks including ABC, Disney Channel, ESPN and A&E. However Disney may be known by most as a film studio, Walt Disney Studios.
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A Disney Christmas Is Always a Good Idea

Every year, when the time comes, we start to take our annual vacation. The answers are generally the same, the adults want destinations that cater for the children, giving the adults a little time to themselves, while the kids want to return to the big name theme parks and the beaches of Florida.
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The Wonderful World of Disney Collectibles

Can you help but smile when looking at Disney's magical world? A Disney collectible or cartoon?
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Disney 89 Years of Memories

Growing up in the late 80’s and 90’s Disney characters and movies were a big part of my life as well as the majority of those growing up today. Disney doesn't just make movies that people see and forget about, Disney makes movies that you watch over and over again, sing along to and feel personally involved in.
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The World's Favorite Fairy

A symbol of the magic of Disney, Tinker Bell has captured the hearts of children worldwide. This mischievous little fairy from the Walt Disney film 'Peter Pan' is one of Disney's most successful characters, and she has a very large fan following.
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Never too Busy to Play

In today's super high-tech age of multiple computers and devices per American household, our children are learning to point-and-click almost before they can read. My infant showed strong brand recognition before one year of age and now at two years old I am excited to see her drawn to familiar characters that encourage her learning and imagination.
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Why Disney Characters Remain a Favorite for Party Themes

Disney characters have been a favorite for children's merchandise for many years. Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck and Pluto are some of the most recognized children's characters in the world. Many have grown up enjoying these characters, and continue to enjoy them well into adulthood.
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Why Villains Are Fun To Wear

Too many people forget that the Disney villains have their popularity. Although it is a given that the princesses, fairies, and other lead characters will always be popular, the villains have always had their own cachet: We all some hidden desire that needs to remain hidden, yet the Disney villain is able to express that desire, making it something that defines that character and making them just a little thrilling to see in action. Because of that cachet, the villain is instantly the person we understand the most and the one that scares us the most.
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