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SALUDOS AMIGOS
SUN WHEEL
SCAMP
ORANGE STINGER
SUPERSTAR LIMO
TEST TRACK
THE LOVE BUG
THE THREE CABALLEROS
UNCLE SCROOGE
AMELIA FIELDMOUSE
ACTING SHERIFF
ADVENTURE THRU INNER SPACE
AL WEISS
AN EXTREMELY GOOFY MOVIE
AQUAMANIA
ARACUAN BIRD
ARGUS MCSWINE
AUTOPIA
AZURE BLUE
BALOO
BAY LAKE
BEAGLE BRATS
BEN AND ME
BOMBIE THE ZOMBIE
BRUTO
BRUTOPIA
BUCKY BUG
BUZZ THE BEE
CAPTAIN LOYAL HAWK
CARD WALKER
CIRCLE OF LIFE
CLOPIN
COBRA BUBBLES
COUNTRY BEAR JAMBOREE
CRUELLA DE VIL
DAPPER DANS
DELTA DREAMFLIGHT
DETECTIVE CASEY
DICK COOK
DIMENSION FILMS
DISCOVERY ISLAND
DISNEY PIN TRADING
DISNEY VACATION CLUB
DISNEYTOON STUDIOS
DISNEY AUCTIONS
DISNEY COMICS
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Saludos Amigos

  1. Saludos Amigos is a 1942 animated film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures .
  2. Saludos Amigos is a 1942 animated film produced by Walt Disney Productions set in Latin America ands made up of four different segments. (Web site)
  3. Saludos Amigos is a 1942 film set in Latin America , produced by Walt Disney and released by RKO Radio Pictures .
  4. Saludos Amigos is also a much more formulaic film than Caballeros. (Web site)
  5. Saludos Amigos is the sixth animated feature in the Disney animated features canon.

Sun Wheel

  1. Sun Wheel is a Ferris wheel with a stomach-turning difference. (Web site)
  2. Sun Wheel is a huge giant spinning wheel in the shape of a grinning sun that holds 24 passenger gondolas. (Web site)
  3. Sun Wheel is a modern-day version of the famous Coney Island Wonder Wheel. (Web site)
  4. Sun Wheel is the gigantic ferris-wheel of California Adventure. (Web site)
  5. The Sun Wheel is a giant Ferris wheel with it enormous sunburst in the center, only there is a twist to this one. (Web site)

Scamp

  1. Scamp is a clich--d character, to be sure, with whom a young audience is expected to identify.
  2. Scamp is a fictional character created by The Walt Disney Company.
  3. Scamp is a fictional dog from the Disney Channel television series , The Suite Life of Zack & Cody , and is portrayed by [[]].
  4. Scamp is a trouble-prone pup who decidedly takes after his father, Tramp.
  5. Scamp was almost immediately spun off into a comic strip, which King Features Syndicate launched October 31, 1955, only four months after the movie opened.

Orange Stinger

  1. Orange Stinger - The swing chairs inside this giant orange whirl around and around and up and down. (Web site)
  2. Orange Stinger is a basic swing ride inside a giant orange. (Web site)
  3. Orange Stinger is a big swing ride inside of a hollowed out "orange". (Web site)
  4. Orange Stinger is a bucket and chain ride that takes place inside one of DCA's more striking structures. (Web site)
  5. Orange Stinger is similar to those swings that swing you around in a circle. (Web site)

Superstar Limo

  1. Superstar Limo is a dark ride that places guests in the position of a new celebrity who needs to get to the Chinese Theater to ink a new contract.
  2. Superstar Limo is a bust but the cars are cool looking.
  3. Superstar Limo is a wonderful attraction. (Web site)
  4. Superstar Limo is a ---dark--- ride that takes you on a silly tour of Hollywood.
  5. Superstar Limo was one of the original attractions when Disney ---s California Adventure had its grand opening on February 8, 2001.

Test Track

  1. Test Track is a high-speed ride that takes guests through an automotive factory's testing grounds.
  2. Test Track is a highly "smart" attraction.
  3. Test Track is a must, but the line can get as long as a three-hour wait during peak times. (Web site)
  4. Test Track is a spectacular re-creation of GM's Milford Proving Ground northwest of Detroit. (Web site)
  5. Test Track is a very complex ride, and after years of problems got off to a late start. (Web site)

The Love Bug

  1. THE LOVE BUG was made at a very interesting time, both at Walt Disney and the world at large.
  2. THE LOVE BUG was one of those films that seemed to show the world that even though the founder and creator was dead, his dream would go on.
  3. The Love Bug is a Vault Disney title, identical in design to May 2002's four releases. (Web site)
  4. The Love Bug is a classic family movie, one of the best of Disney's live-action films of the 60s and 70s. (Web site)
  5. The Love Bug is a great movie that is enjoyable watching it again and again. (Web site)

The Three Caballeros

  1. THE THREE CABALLEROS is a curious mix of Walt Disney 's animation.
  2. The Three Caballeros is a 1944 animated feature film, produced by Walt Disney Productions and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures .
  3. The Three Caballeros is a 1944 animated feature film, produced by Walt Disney and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. (Web site)
  4. The Three Caballeros is a 1944 feature film, combining live-action and animation, produced by Walt Disney Productions and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures.
  5. The Three Caballeros is a stunning celebration of visual effects, lighthearted dance and lively Latin music.

Uncle Scrooge

  1. Uncle Scrooge is a comic book with the anatine moneygrubber Scrooge McDuck as the main character. (Web site)
  2. Uncle Scrooge is a comic book with the moneygrubber Scrooge McDuck 'the richest duck in the world' as the main character.
  3. Uncle Scrooge is a comics original, created by Carl Barks, but he was created in order to do a story about Disney cartoons in comics.
  4. Uncle Scrooge is a dirty Jew, and shall no longer be mentioned. (Web site)
  5. Uncle Scrooge is a monthly deluxe-format, 64-page, squarebound comic.

Amelia Fieldmouse

  1. Amelia Fieldmouse is a Disney character from the fictional world of the popular cartoon character Mickey Mouse. (Web site)
  2. Amelia Fieldmouse is a character from the fictional Mickey Mouse universe.
  3. Amelia Fieldmouse is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Acting Sheriff

  1. Acting Sheriff is an unsold, half-hour television pilot created by Disney for CBS that aired August 17 , 1991 .

Adventure Thru Inner Space

  1. Adventure thru Inner Space was a smash when it opened. (Web site)

Al Weiss

  1. Meg Crofton was named president of the resort in August 2006, replacing Al Weiss, who had overseen the site since 1994.
  2. The fifth investor, Al Weiss, is a resident of Orlando, Florida.
  3. Al Weiss serves as president of worldwide operations for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

An Extremely Goofy Movie

  1. In the episode Christmas Maximus, Max is all grown up, and chronologically occurred after An Extremely Goofy Movie. (Web site)
  2. Goof Troop eventually led to Goofy starring in his own movies: A Goofy Movie in ( 1995) and An Extremely Goofy Movie in ( 2000). (Web site)

Aquamania

  1. Aquamania is a cartoon made by the Walt Disney Company in 1961 .
  2. Aquamania is a festival celebrating our lakes at the Kissimmee Lakefront Park by the boat ramp.
  3. Aquamania is a week-long waterway festival that kicks off May 8 and continues through May 16.

Aracuan Bird

  1. Around dawn, groups emit hoarse screams and "arapapiyas" that are similar to those produced by the Aracuan bird in the Disney movie.
  2. Jos-- also appears with Donald and the Aracuan Bird in the "Blame it on the Samba" segment of the 1948 anthology feature Melody Time. (Web site)
  3. Organ notes enter the rhythm, and Ethel appears dancing inside a bubble blown by Aracuan Bird.

Argus Mcswine

  1. Argus McSwine is a fictional character from the Scrooge McDuck universe.

Autopia

  1. Autopia is a classic Disneyland attraction.
  2. Autopia is a drive yourself car ride which the kids will love. (Web site)
  3. Autopia is a new driving attraction featuring sleek, electric convertibles cruising along an out-of-this-world landscape. (Web site)
  4. Autopia is an attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and at Disneyland Paris in Marne-la-Vall-e, France.
  5. Autopia is an immersive attraction that allows guests of all ages to drive to the future aboard shiny electric cars. (Web site)

Azure Blue

  1. Azure Blue is a fictional character who was created by Carl Barks for The Walt Disney Company .

Baloo

  1. Baloo is a character from Disney ---s The Jungle Book, the story of Mowgli, who is torn between the man village and the jungle where he was raised.
  2. Baloo is a great character and essentially re-using him here is a masterstroke.
  3. Baloo is a lovable bear who teaches Mowgli the ways of the jungle and how to respect it.
  4. Baloo is also the pen name of cartoonist Rex F. May. (Web site)
  5. Baloo is one of Mowgli's mentors. (Web site)

Bay Lake

  1. Bay Lake was drained of its water and cleaned of muck. (Web site)
  2. Bay Lake was first drained with pumps and its bottom layer of muck scooped out.

Beagle Brats

  1. The fictional characters the Beagle Brats are a younger version of The Beagle Boys.
  2. The Beagle Brats appear in a few comic book stories as well as in the DuckTales episode "Take Me Out of the Ballgame".
  3. In the Whitman comics the Beagles sometimes had three nephews: the Beagle Brats.

Ben And Me

  1. Ben and Me is a delightful biography of Benjamin Franklin written by Robert Lawson.
  2. Ben and Me is a fun and entertaining film with impressive pedigrees.
  3. Ben and Me is a fun story about Amos the mouse and Benjamin Franklin.
  4. Ben and Me is a hilarious animation created by Disney.
  5. Ben and Me is a wonderful Disney Classic featurette about Ben Franklin and America's struggle for Independence.

Bombie The Zombie

  1. Bombie the Zombie is a fictional character created by Carl Barks for the Walt Disney Company 's Donald Duck comic books.

Bruto

  1. Bruto is a fictional character in Disney comics , created by Romano Scarpa .

Brutopia

  1. Brutopia is a fictional country A fictional country is a country that is made up, and does not exist in real life.
  2. Brutopia is a fictional country appearing in several Donald Duck stories. (Web site)
  3. Brutopia is a very hostile country, aiming for world domination. (Web site)
  4. Brutopia is the premiere brewpub in downtown Montreal.

Bucky Bug

  1. Bucky Bug also appeared in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, where he was drawn by artists such as Al Taliaferro and Carl Buettner.
  2. Bucky Bug, for example, is written in meter and rhyme.
  3. He did mostly Mickey Mouse stories along side Paul Murry and he also created Lil Bad Wolf and did some Bucky Bug stories.

Buzz The Bee

  1. Buzz the Bee (also known as Spike or Hector) is a fictional character created by The Walt Disney Company.
  2. This was the second of seven cartoons, produced by Disney between 1948 & 1952, to feature Buzz- Buzz the bee, usually as an antagonist for Donald Duck.

Captain Loyal Hawk

  1. Captain Loyal Hawk is a fictional character from the Scrooge McDuck universe.

Card Walker

  1. Tatum served as CEO until November 1976 and as chairman until 1980, when he handed over the company to Card Walker. (Web site)
  2. LOS ANGELES - Card Walker, a mailroom employee who became the first chief executive at Walt Disney Co.
  3. For the next decade the company was led by a team including Card Walker, Donn Tatum, and Ron Miller, all originally trained by the Disney brothers. (Web site)

Circle of Life

  1. Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable is a 70mm wide-screen movie dealing with the environment and humans relation with the land.
  2. Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable is a movie that shows symbiosis.
  3. The Circle of Life is a 70mm film shown in the Harvest Theater in the Land at EPCOT in Walt Disney World .
  4. The Circle of Life is a movie shown on a huge screen in a theater style setting.
  5. The Circle of Life is a phenomenon; it has things, frameworks, and clockworks.

Clopin

  1. Clopin - A mischievous gypsy who will defend his people at all costs. (Web site)
  2. Clopin is a character created by Victor Hugo, and is copyright of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
  3. Clopin is a play on Clopin's use of disability in order to beg money off people.
  4. Clopin is the narrative jester character in Disney 's The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
  5. Clopin was fairly regular in all of the versions.

Cobra Bubbles

  1. Cobra Bubbles is a fictional character from Disney's Lilo & Stitch movies and television series.
  2. Cobra Bubbles is a fictional character from Walt Disney Pictures ' Lilo & Stitch movies and the spin-off television series.
  3. Cobra Bubbles is a great example of a character who is complex," says Chris Sanders.
  4. Cobra Bubbles is a great example of a character who is complex.
  5. Cobra Bubbles is a no-nonsense, cunning, unshakable master of the art of child welfare.

Country Bear Jamboree

  1. Country Bear Jamboree is a 17 minute humorous show with all the makings of an old-fashioned hoe-down. (Web site)
  2. Country Bear Jamboree is a great attraction for young children.
  3. The Country Bear Jamboree is a 17 minute show which children of all ages can attend, but this show is a little bit corny for older viewers.
  4. The Country Bear Jamboree is a fun show with lots of laughs that plays to audiences of all ages. (Web site)
  5. The Country Bear Jamboree was originally intended by Walt to be placed in a ski resort he was trying to build in the mid 1960 s.

Cruella De Vil

  1. Cruella De Vil is a seriously fabulous and fabulously wicked villain. (Web site)
  2. Cruella De Vil is the queen piece.
  3. Cruella De Vil: The villainess of the film; an eccentric rich woman who has the puppies kidnapped in order to turn them into fur coats.

Dapper Dans

  1. The Dapper Dans is a barbershop quartet that performs daily on Main Street.

Delta Dreamflight

  1. The Delta Dreamflight was a darkride located in the Magic Kingdom's Tomorrowland that took riders on a trip through the history of airplanes and flying.

Detective Casey

  1. Detective Casey is a fictional character in the Mickey Mouse universe .

Dick Cook

  1. Dick Cook is a total pig.

Dimension Films

  1. Dimension Films is a film production and distribution label and subsidiary of The Weinstein Company .
  2. Dimension Films is a motion picture label, formerly used as Bob Weinstein's label within Miramax Films, to produce and release genre films.
  3. Dimension Films is a motion picture label, formerly used as an alternative for Miramax Films, to produce and release genre films. (Web site)
  4. Dimension Films is a motion picture unit currently a part of The Weinstein Company.
  5. Dimension Films is a subdivision of Miramax, the studio owned by Disney. (Web site)

Discovery Island

  1. Discovery Island is a certified zoological park. (Web site)
  2. Discovery Island is a little known gem in the Disney Properties. (Web site)
  3. Discovery Island is a nice, quiet change of pace.
  4. Discovery Island is a super spot for that. (Web site)
  5. Discovery Island is an eleven-acre zoological park located on an island in the middle of Bay Lake.

Disney Pin Trading

  1. Disney Pin Trading is a fun experience for the entire family. (Web site)
  2. Disney Pin Trading is a great way to meet new friends or have fun with old friends. (Web site)
  3. Disney Pin Trading is a great way to share the magic and bring home wonderful memories.
  4. Disney Pin Trading is a great way to take your own piece of the magic home.
  5. Disney Pin Trading is an exciting interactive experience where you can trade Disney pins with Cast Members and other Guests.

Disney Vacation Club

  1. Disney Vacation Club is a point-based vacation ownership.
  2. Disney Vacation Club is a time share for specific deluxe properties with Disney Resorts.
  3. Disney Vacation Club is a turn-of-the-century Key West themed resort planned to operate in the timeshare market.
  4. Disney Vacation Club is a unique vacation ownership plan, featuring a special group of Disney Resorts plus an entire world of vacation possibilities.
  5. Disney Vacation Club is a vacation-ownership program that helps families enjoy flexibility and savings on vacations for decades to come.

Disneytoon Studios

  1. DisneyToon Studios is an animation studio and a division of Walt Disney Animation Studios. (Web site)
  2. DisneyToon Studios is an animation studio and a division of Walt Disney Feature Animation.

Disney Auctions

  1. Disney Auctions is a destination where people from around the world can get a little part of the Disney magic," said Brian Swette, COO, eBay. (Web site)
  2. Disney Auctions is a new and exciting experience for people to obtain Disney pins, they're accessible to everyone.
  3. Disney Auctions was created in October of 2000 with a partnership between The Walt Disney Company and eBay. (Web site)
  4. Disney Auctions: A great resource for current auctions featuring Disney items.

Disney Comics

  1. Disney Comics was a comic book A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics.
  2. Disney Comics was a comic book company that sold comic books from 1990 to 1993 .
  3. Disney Comics was a comic book publishing company operated by The Walt Disney Company which ran from 1990 to 1993. (Web site)
  4. Disney comics are Comic books and Comic strips featuring Walt Disney characters.
  5. Disney comics are comic book s and comic strip s featuring Walt Disney characters.

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