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Archive from November 2006

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Wednesday, November 29, 2006 7:01PM
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7:01 PM - Disney's TRUE LIFE ADVENTURES screening in LA. (posted by Allen )

I just want to give you the heads up on a screening that would be of interest to you and to the visitors of your websites. The American Cinematheque presents the DVD Release Celebration of Disney's TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURES with Roy Disney in person.

At the Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Tickets are $10 General Admission; $8 Students/Seniors
They are available on or 2 hours before the screening at the Egyptian Theatre box office.

Thursday, December 7 - 7:30 PM

DVD Release Celebration

TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURES, 1948-1960, Walt Disney, approx. 90 min. The TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURES -- a series of 13 groundbreaking film shorts and short features released between 1948 - 1960 that captured the wonder of animals and nature and won eight Academy Awards® -- epitomize the magic of Walt Disney. In classics such as "Seal Island," "The Living Desert," "The Vanishing Prairie" and "White Wilderness," Walt blended his unique sense of innovation with creativity and technology to put together films that brought fascinating insights into the world of wild animals as well as attention to the importance of conserving our outdoor heritage. The acclaimed series makes its long-awaited DVD debut from Walt Disney Home Entertainment on December 5. This program will consist of highlights from some of the most famous and popular entries. "Some of my first and fondest production experiences were on these wonderful films, so they’re very close to my heart…the movies remain as relevant and entertaining today, a whole new generation will be able to discover them… Like the specialists at Disney’s Animal Kingdom who are carrying on that tradition, Walt cared deeply about wildlife and its conservation. And, equally important, he made films that were solid entertainment."- Roy Disney. Discussion following the screening with Roy Disney and a panel of some of the filmmakers (TBA).

Please forward this information onto your mailing lists and the website. Thanks!

American Cinematheque

****You can buy tickets for the Egyptian and Aero Theatres online at****
Friday, November 17, 2006 4:59PM
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4:59 PM - WDW Magic Kingdom and Epcot photos from 2006. (posted by Allen )
New photos taken last month at The Magic Kingdom and Epcot have been added to my photo gallery -- the first update for WDW since 1999:
Wednesday, November 15, 2006 9:20PM
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9:20 PM - More 3-D videos. And more. (posted by Allen )
I guess I should stop neglecting my own website and post some updates.

First, I've resumed podcasting (sorta) and have posted several episodes covering my recent two evening visit to Walt Disney World.

Second, I've been posting new 3-D videos at:

Check out the Jungle Cruise, Billy Hill and the Hillbillies, and Club Buzz, all in glorious anaglyph (red/blue) 3-D.

Lastly, I have pictures to post from WDW 2006. Soon.
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