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Go behind the scenes to discover whats new at the Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida. Check out The American Idol Experience and the Move It! Shake It! Celebrate It! Street Party, and explore two of the newest Disney Resorts - Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort and The Treehouse...
See the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida from a whole new perspective. The exclusive video first featured on The Disney Parks Blog was created from a series of photos snapped inside the Magic Kingdom Park. Its a sunrise-to-sunset story told without words. But the message is clear — celebrate.
Inspired by AAMilne's whimsical stories, Walt Disney created his original vision for Pooh...a bear so loveable, he'd be embraced by millions. As Pooh's charming adventures seamlessly unfold in three stories, Winnie the Pooh and The Honey Tree, Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day and Winnie The Pooh And Tigger Too you'll see why this bear of very little brain remains so beloved. Join Pooh and pals Piglet, Tigger, Owl, Eeyore, Rabbit and Christopher Robin in the Hundred Acre Wood for everlasting friendships, "thotful" spots and "hunny" pots! NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ALL CLIPS BELONG TO WALT DISNEY
The classic Mickey Mouse cartoon
Destino DALI + Walt Disney
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My own Walt Disney Biography that takes guests on a magical, in depth look into Walt Disney's life. (C) Disney If you are the owner or the lawyer of the owner of the contents in this film, please contact me before Flagging the video. This is merely for promoting the Magic of Disney to the public.
lilo & stitch
Walt Disney was the mystery guest on the 11 November 1956 episode of WML. At the end of this clip, Jerry Lewis makes a pitch for MDA.
Disney's Copy Paste
Mickey is serving aboard Steamboat Willie under Captain Peg-Leg Pete (a longtime Disney villain). He is first seen piloting the steamboat while whistling, suggesting he himself is the captain. Pete then arrives to take the helm and throws him off the bridge. They soon have to stop for cargo. Almost as soon as they set off again, the as-of-then unnamed Minnie arrives, too late to board. Mickey manages to pick her up from the river shore. Minnie accidentally drops her sheet music for the popular folk song "Turkey in the Straw," which is eaten by a goat. Mickey and Minnie use its tail to turn it into a phonograph, which plays the tune. Mickey uses various other animals as musical instruments, disturbing Captain Pete, who puts him back to work. Mickey is reduced to peeling potatoes for the rest of the trip. A parrot attempts to make fun of him, but Mickey strikes him with a potato, knocking him into the river. The short ends with Mickey laughing at the bird struggling in the water. Steamboat Willie (1928) is an animated cartoon featuring Mickey Mouse released on November 18, 1928. It was the third Mickey Mouse cartoon—after Plane Crazy (May 1928) and The Gallopin' Gaucho (August 1928)—to be made and the first with sound. Disney used Pat Powers' Cinephone system, created by Powers using Lee De Forest's Phonofilm system without giving De Forest any credit. Steamboat Willie premiered at New York's 79th Street Theatre, and played ahead of the independent film Gang War ...
A black queen. Many happy black people. A black girl gets out of slavery and marries oriental race man. Happy black quuen happily married to white man. Terrible black half-sister. All equals headaches and low donations and low extortion powers for NAACP
This is a anti-nazi cartoon critizising the 3. Reich (Nazi Germany).
Based on the anti-Nazi propaganda book by Gregor Ziemer and directed by Clyde Geronimi, this cartoon portrays the life of one of the Hitler Youth.
In a warm and loving tribute, the world's favorite Mouseketeer recalls the wonder and magic that surrounded her experience in working for the 20th Century's greatest showman, Walt Disney.
This is a clasic cartoon starring donald duck
Goliath II, a tiny, young elephant feels like a disappointment to his parents, especially his father, the largest elephant around. He runs off and must avoid Raja, a tiger who yearns to taste an elephant. But when a creature more fearsome than any other appears in the jungle, only Goliath stands up to it.
Walt Disney's Peter Pan
Part 2 of 2. In this memorable cartoon, the none-too-cheery stories behind well-known nursery rhymes are revealed. Each segment begins with an upbeat performance of the song, follows with a depiction of the historical inspiration, and concludes with a somehow less jolly rendition of the tune. It covers "Little Jack Horner", "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary", "London Bridge is Falling Down" with a clever contrast of amusing animation and serious narration.
Exactly three months after headlining a short, Humphrey returned for another Cinemascope outing with Ranger Woodlore. Here at the promise of a warm cooked meal, the large and likable one, along with his fellow brown bears, pick up litter from the park according to a grid that the Ranger has made. Many have fond memories of this cartoon, with good reason. It's a delightful little piece, with catchy music, funny twists, plenty of butt-bumping, and even a cameo by Smokey Bear.
An African lion is taken to the city and gets loose. Despite being king of the jungle, he goes unnoticed by most of the busy local folks as he walks the streets, rides the subway, delivers a speech, pops in at a bar, and gets fitted for a suit.
The presence of a couple of guinea pigs at the Westcote railroad station create countless offspring as well as a load of paperwork for administrative bureaucrats including by-the-book agent Flannery when their owner won't pay the rate for standard pigs on them. Adapted from Ellis Parker Butler's story, this is one of the oddest shorts on the set, but it is certainly entertaining with its fast-paced, rhyming Irish-jig-like music.
As progress brings the city directly around a little house, she grows more and more depressed.
Mr. Stork (played, as in Dumbo, by Sterling Holloway) delivers a lion to a family of sheep. While his mother takes a liking to him, he gets teased by his "brother" lambs. But when Lambert grows up, his kin change their opinion on him.
It's the tale of Chicken Little, only with Foxy Loxy being a cunning villain who uses a number of psychological tactics to drive a farm-ful of animals into a cave to be eaten. Slightly disturbing and quite political - most youngsters will probably prefer Disney's new, computer-animated take on the story, now in theaters.
This Oscar-winning short tells of a bull who preferred to sit under trees and smell flowers to clashing horns with his fellow animals. As luck would have it, an untimely bee reveals Ferdinand's ferocious side via pained howls and wild stomping. This lands him in the bull-fighting arena amidst characters based on Walt's animators with a matador reportedly modeled after Walt himself.
Based on the ballad of Casey Jones, this cartoon profiles a devoted, ruthless mail train engineer who strives to keep time in the face of extreme obstacles, from rain and damsels in distress to bandits and brown cows.
Go behind the scenes at the world's most traveled tourist destination in the world: Walt Disney World Resort! See the secrets of what makes this great resort possible-from the birth of Magic Kingdom, to Epcot in '82, Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM-Studios), and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Part 5 of 5 - Visit My Videos for Other Parts
Go behind the scenes at the world's most traveled tourist destination in the world: Walt Disney World Resort! See the secrets of what makes this great resort possible-from the birth of Magic Kingdom, to Epcot in '82, Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM-Studios), and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Part 4 of 5 - Visit My Videos for Other Parts
Go behind the scenes at the world's most traveled tourist destination in the world: Walt Disney World Resort! See the secrets of what makes this great resort possible-from the birth of Magic Kingdom, to Epcot in '82, Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM-Studios), and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Part 2 of 5 - Visit My Videos for Other Parts
Go behind the scenes at the world's most traveled tourist destination in the world: Walt Disney World Resort! See the secrets of what makes this great resort possible-from the birth of Magic Kingdom, to Epcot in '82, Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM-Studios), and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Part 3 of 5 - Visit My Videos for Other Parts
Go behind the scenes at the world's most traveled tourist destination in the world: Walt Disney World Resort! See the secrets of what makes this great resort possible-from the birth of Magic Kingdom, to Epcot in '82, Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM-Studios), and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Part 1 of 5 - Visit My Videos for Other Parts
directed by Ben Sharpsteen
The 1964 opening theme to "Walt Disney Presents The Wonderful World of Color"
yeah..back to its roots...walt disney's classical cartoon lonesome ghosts :) i just LOVE THOSE CARTOONS!!!! poor goofy :( he gets his ass kicked all the time...but whatever thats what makes it fun :)...BEWARE GHOSTS THE GHOSTBUSTERS MICKEY DONALD GOOGY ARE HERE!!!!!!!!!!
Thru The Mirror - Walt Disney
A old banned Walt Disney cartoon I found on the net. Antinazi propaganda.
Here's the complete version of the Unbirthday scene From Alice in Wonderland (Walt Disney - 1951)
Walt Disney's The Story Of Menstruation (1946)
1995 Channel Four documentary looking at the darker side of Walt Disney's character. Includes interviews with artists Bill Melendez, David Hilberman, Mary Eastman, Bill Hurtz, Marie Beardsley, and Bill Littlejohn, screenwriter Joan Scott, and biographers Marc Eliot, Richard Schickel, and Bob Thomas.
Skeletons dancing to and and making music. Created by: Walt Disney Animated by: Ub Iwerks Music by: Carl W. Stalling Uploaded by: Blip3452 This is the real Skeleton Dance not a tampered with one.
During the 90's, Disney had two versions of this. The other version's music doesn't sound so...warped.
The ORIGINAL Merbabies full, with the original music from Silly Simphonies
Here is Walt Disney's original idea for EPCOT. The film was made for the Florida Legislators so that the state would give the company the self-governing rights and permissions it needed to build its giant theme park, resort, city utopian thing. ***TRIVIA: He dyed his hair for this.
NEW Alice in Wonderland Novel alicenovel.olinbiz.hop.clickbank.net This is the original 1951 theatrical trailer for Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland".
This is the very first episode of the Disney anthology television series, AKA Disneyland, Walt Disney Presents, ect. Premiered on October 27, 1954. Part One feature a glimpse of the Walt Disney Studios: a Sleeping Beauty Live-Action test scene, make-up/set for 20K Leagues Under The Sea. Also introduces us to Disneyland and the Fronteirland Davy Crockett mini-series.
The 1989 variant of the Walt Disney Classics "Sorcerer Mickey" logo, taken from "Bambi" (the video that introduced it); the last video to use this variant was "Fantasia". (However, this variant did appear on later re-prints of "The Rescuers Down Under", and it also appears on early prints of "Pocahontas".)
Walt Disney pictures presents: CARS. Edited by me. Music and clips from CARS. Enjoy it
Onride / offride Splash Mountain @ Walt Disney World