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'The Ashes Fell Like Snow.' by ~NostalgicChills on deviantART

'The Ashes Fell Like Snow.' by ~NostalgicChills on deviantART

Disneyland:   Walt Disney began hosting his own television show for ABC in 1954 in an unusual contract: Disney provided ABC with a weekly hour-long television program in exchange for funding for the construction of Disneyland. "Our Friend the Atom"

Disneyland: Walt Disney began hosting his own television show for ABC in 1954 in an unusual contract: Disney provided ABC with a weekly hour-long television program in exchange for funding for the construction of Disneyland. "Our Friend the Atom"

Walt Disney and the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music leader Mrs. Richard R. Von Hagen with an early model of California Institute of the Arts, 1964.   Although Chouinard Art Institute had continued to be highly regarded, by this time it had suffered with years of administrative problems, and in 1961 Walt and Roy O. Disney began to guide a merger of Chouinard with the venerable Los Angeles Conservatory of Music to form California Institute of the Arts.

Walt Disney and the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music leader Mrs. Richard R. Von Hagen with an early model of California Institute of the Arts, 1964. Although Chouinard Art Institute had continued to be highly regarded, by this time it had suffered with years of administrative problems, and in 1961 Walt and Roy O. Disney began to guide a merger of Chouinard with the venerable Los Angeles Conservatory of Music to form California Institute of the Arts.

In 1946, legendary artists Salvador Dali and Walt Disney began working together on an animated short-film that, little did they know, would not reach....

In 1946, legendary artists Salvador Dali and Walt Disney began working together on an animated short-film that, little did they know, would not reach....

Mary Blair. “It’s a Small World” was developed by Walt Disney as an exhibit dedicated to children from around the world for the 1964 World’s Fair. Working with his most brilliant artists and engineers, Walt Disney began the creative process with Disney artist Mary Blair. She created dozens of lush collages, using various media and representing the countries of the world. Today, Mary Blair’s mid-century style has influenced various luminaries in the design and fashion communities.

Mary Blair. “It’s a Small World” was developed by Walt Disney as an exhibit dedicated to children from around the world for the 1964 World’s Fair. Working with his most brilliant artists and engineers, Walt Disney began the creative process with Disney artist Mary Blair. She created dozens of lush collages, using various media and representing the countries of the world. Today, Mary Blair’s mid-century style has influenced various luminaries in the design and fashion communities.

When Disney began to market Merida after the film had aired, they attempted to give her a make-over to fit their desired look. This completely negates the positive message they seemed to be aiming for. "When little girls say they like it because it's more sparkly, that's all fine and good but subconsciously, they are soaking in the sexy "come hither" look and the skinny aspect of the new version. It's horrible!" - Brenda Chapman (Brave's film writer)

When Disney began to market Merida after the film had aired, they attempted to give her a make-over to fit their desired look. This completely negates the positive message they seemed to be aiming for. "When little girls say they like it because it's more sparkly, that's all fine and good but subconsciously, they are soaking in the sexy "come hither" look and the skinny aspect of the new version. It's horrible!" - Brenda Chapman (Brave's film writer)

<b>June 12, 1935 – Mickey Mouse Park</b><br> The idea of Disneyland percolated in Walt Disney's head for decades. He first thought of it in the 1930s, around the time this photo was taken with his wife, Lillian, on their 10th anniversary. As Walt began to take their daughters, Diane and Sharon, to Griffith Park to ride the carousel, he imagined a park that entertained entire families – children and adults. He first thought of calling it “Mickey Mouse Park,” based on hi...

<b>June 12, 1935 – Mickey Mouse Park</b><br> The idea of Disneyland percolated in Walt Disney's head for decades. He first thought of it in the 1930s, around the time this photo was taken with his wife, Lillian, on their 10th anniversary. As Walt began to take their daughters, Diane and Sharon, to Griffith Park to ride the carousel, he imagined a park that entertained entire families – children and adults. He first thought of calling it “Mickey Mouse Park,” based on hi...

<b>June 12, 1935 – Mickey Mouse Park</b><br> The idea of Disneyland percolated in Walt Disney's head for decades. He first thought of it in the 1930s, around the time this photo was taken with his wife, Lillian, on their 10th anniversary. As Walt began to take their daughters, Diane and Sharon, to Griffith Park to ride the carousel, he imagined a park that entertained entire families – children and adults. He first thought of calling it “Mickey Mouse Park,” based on hi...

<b>June 12, 1935 – Mickey Mouse Park</b><br> The idea of Disneyland percolated in Walt Disney's head for decades. He first thought of it in the 1930s, around the time this photo was taken with his wife, Lillian, on their 10th anniversary. As Walt began to take their daughters, Diane and Sharon, to Griffith Park to ride the carousel, he imagined a park that entertained entire families – children and adults. He first thought of calling it “Mickey Mouse Park,” based on hi...

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