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playbill:

Happy Birthday Alan Menken!

Tony Award winner Alan Menken was born on July 22. Find out more about the composer of Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors, The Little MermaidNewsies and more at PlaybillVault.com.

gameraboy:

Drained Rivers of America at Disneyland, December 1970. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog. More vintage Disney

Funny story time! My dad first visited Disneyland in 1956, and had really fond memories of Tom Sawyer Island. He didn’t get to visit the park again until our first family trip in 1991. We showed up… and the river was completely dry because of the Fantasmic! installation. He was heartbroken. Fast forward to 1996, when we took our first family trip to Walt Disney World… only to find that the river was completely drained for its first overhaul in a decade. It wasn’t until 2002 that he actually got to go on Tom Sawyer Island again.

castleramblings:

why-am-i-narrating:

They look like they’ve just sat their kid down and are about to tell them their punishment for something.

They’re not angry. Just very, very disappointed.

castleramblings:

why-am-i-narrating:

They look like they’ve just sat their kid down and are about to tell them their punishment for something.

They’re not angry. Just very, very disappointed.

(Source: anitus21)

Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.

Robin Sharma (via severs)

This hit me like a brick…

(via knitting-books)

(Source: pureblyss)

salientemotion:

howthisworks-caskett:

I really, really liked this parallel.

This illustrates much of why I liked that story arc last year. The whole Pi aspect of it was ridiculous and all, but blending the family together was such a necessary step for them. I love that they let us get a glimpse of that on-screen.

(Source: policevest)