dolewhipofdisney:

lumoseverdeenherondale:

Disney Bedrooms

I’m nearly sixteen and I want them all.

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OH MY GOD I WANT THE ARIEL BEDROOM

(via nostalgiaunicorn)

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rnoonys:

Origin: Greek

Notes: Diminutive form of Anne. Also means “Beautiful” in Hawaiian.

(Source: kidakagash, via disney-in-my-dreams)

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sailorluchia:

A Disney Store in Umeda (Osaka).

(via disney-in-my-dreams)

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disneyfactsandfun:

Public Service Post:Here is a photo of John Stamos with the Olsen twins at Disneyland.Thank you, that is all. 

disneyfactsandfun:

Public Service Post:
Here is a photo of John Stamos with the Olsen twins at Disneyland.
Thank you, that is all. 

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disneymoviesandfacts:

In Toy Story 3, Barbie’s blue workout outfit is based on the 1984 “Great Shape” Barbie Doll. The Ken doll in the movie is modeled after “Animal Lovin” Ken from 1988.

(Source: imdb.com)

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So There is a magazine published weekly that is specifically for Disney Cast Members, called “Eyes and Ears”. Here’s a picture of it: 
This isn’t the issue that I took a picture of this from, but this magazine IS specifically for Disney cast members (you pick it up backstage; I work in Magic Kingdom so I pick it up in the tunnels) and occasionally it publishes misconstrued Disney Facts and corrects them . The sentence at the top says “The internet and other non-Disney sources can be a host to a wealth of misinformation. Take not of the following facts:” Including the one above about whether or not the Beast’s name is Adam. If you can’t read it, it states: In “Beauty and the Beast,” the name of the Beast in human form is… the Prince! There is no human name for this character! Snow White’s prince is also just “the Prince.” —- If you ask Belle in the parks what his name is she’ll even tell you it’s just “Beast”. I personally asked Snow White the same thing once and she said “Well, the dwarfs already took all the names so we decided to just call him Prince!”  So the Beast’s name is NOT Adam.

So There is a magazine published weekly that is specifically for Disney Cast Members, called “Eyes and Ears”. Here’s a picture of it: 

This isn’t the issue that I took a picture of this from, but this magazine IS specifically for Disney cast members (you pick it up backstage; I work in Magic Kingdom so I pick it up in the tunnels) and occasionally it publishes misconstrued Disney Facts and corrects them . The sentence at the top says “The internet and other non-Disney sources can be a host to a wealth of misinformation. Take not of the following facts:” Including the one above about whether or not the Beast’s name is Adam. If you can’t read it, it states: In “Beauty and the Beast,” the name of the Beast in human form is… the Prince! There is no human name for this character! Snow White’s prince is also just “the Prince.” —- If you ask Belle in the parks what his name is she’ll even tell you it’s just “Beast”. I personally asked Snow White the same thing once and she said “Well, the dwarfs already took all the names so we decided to just call him Prince!”  So the Beast’s name is NOT Adam.

(Source: waltdisneyconfessions)

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