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No Park Tickets or Reservations Required for These Fun Things at Disney World

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Have you ever considered looking beyond the theme parks at Walt Disney World in hopes of exploring alternate activities and endeavors? It may be more tempting now than ever before given the way things are these days. You have all-around price increases, those still-missing benefits and perks you once relied on in the past, and all the newer headaches, like ...

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The Greatest Experiences for Families Vacationing at Disney World

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As you and your family embark on a wondrous Walt Disney World vacation, you want to bestow on your loved ones the very epitome of enchantment—the most magical moments to cherish and remember. Sure, any visit to Disney World is sure to be great, but here are 15 examples of the absolute greatest Disney experiences for families to keep in ...

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A Tribute to the Sherman Brothers and Their Enduring Legacy

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There have been many notable sibling duos throughout history. Within the Walt Disney Company, in particular, the team of Walt and Roy Disney is perhaps the most famous demonstration of brothers working together — the one that springs instantly to mind, and rightly so. But they weren’t the only ones. With a claim to fame for having produced more motion ...

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A Granny’s Guide to Doing Disney World

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If you haven’t realized it by now, vacationing at Walt Disney World Resort isn’t just for kids. In fact, for some older Guests, a visit to Disney World garners, even more, to be appreciated, as the experience brings about a rediscovery of magic and a renewed sense of feeling young again. From iconic classics in the way of attractions that ...

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One of Disney’s Most Iconic Songs Has Been Inducted Into the Library Congress

Disney fans may have a love/hate relationship with this iconic Fantasyland tune, but there is no debate on the historical value of the classic Disney song, “it’s a small world.” The song was recently inducted into the Library of Congress as one of 25 recordings to be preserved for posterity. Officially released in 1964 by The Disneyland Boys Choir, the ...

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OpEd: 3 Reasons Why Disney’s ‘Little Mermaid’ Remake Does NOT Need New Songs

Little Mermaid Songs

On February 17, Disney Fanatic shared the news that Lin-Manuel Miranda is possibly adding new songs to Disney’s upcoming live-action reimagining of The Little Mermaid. He said, “I don’t know. Well, I know how many we wrote. I don’t know if they’ll all make it in, but it’s probably three or four songs.” Read More: Lin-Manuel Miranda Discusses Song Changes ...

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John Williams to Compose ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Theme

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It appears that the man who wrote the music for all nine movies of the Skywalker Saga will return to the Star Wars Universe for one more project. Just a few days after Disney’s CEO Bob Chapek confirmed its Disney+ release date, we now know that the theme for the highly-anticipated series Obi-Wan Kenobi will be provided by none other than the legendary ...

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‘Encanto’s Streaming Success Proves ’90s Disney’s Music Dominance

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Disney’s Encanto and its catchy songs are taking the music industry by storm. On Monday, January 31, 2022, it was announced that the film’s song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” became the first Disney movie song since “A Whole New World” from Aladdin (1992) to hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. That bar-setting version of the ’90’s movie’s anthem was ...

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Creepy Classic Songs For Your Disney-themed Halloween Playlist

We’re now into the month of October, and that means the Halloween season is officially upon us. If you happen to be a diehard Disney fanatic, who just happens to also love Halloween, then you already know that this time of year presents a plethora of possibilities for incorporating the beloved magic of Disney into this very popular seasonal celebration. ...

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