Tag: Disney animation

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Jonathan Groff from FROZEN

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Jonathan Groff from FROZEN

| December 4, 2013 | Reply

Jonathan Groff and I grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, out in towns that were considered rural areas.  In the predominately Amish town of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where Jonathan grew up, he also worked at a local theme park.  No, it wasn’t Hershey Park, but Dutch Wonderland.  In our area, this was the first theme [...]

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Review: “Frozen”

Review: “Frozen”

and | November 25, 2013 | 14 Replies

Back in 2009, Disney released The Princess and the Frog, its first “princess” movie in over ten years with the last being Mulan in 1998. The film was a big deal for two reasons – the first African-American Disney Princess and Walt Disney Animation Studios’ return to hand drawn animation. The success of The Princess and the Frog [...]

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Disney’s Planes: The Story, Merchandise, & Controversy

Disney’s Planes: The Story, Merchandise, & Controversy

| August 9, 2013 | 4 Replies

Today, August 9th, marks the premier of Disney’s next animated film, Planes. Soaring high above the world of Cars, the film brings to life new characters and an adventure in beating the odds. With that comes new promos, merchandise, and even a bit of controversy. Join me as we take a look at all things [...]

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The Walt Disney Hyperion Studios, 1929 – 1939, The Foundation of an Empire

The Walt Disney Hyperion Studios, 1929 – 1939, The Foundation of an Empire

| July 28, 2013 | Reply

The name Hyperion is well-known to Disney fans. It is the book-publishing division of the Walt Disney Company and the monorail in Disney California Adventure Park travels across the Hyperion Bridge as it speeds past the Buena Vista Street entrance. However, Disney fans may not know the significance of the name Hyperion in Disney history. On a [...]

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