Hello everyone, and welcome to a fun little piece I’m calling — for today, anyway — Sunday Disney-rama! It has been far too long since I did a Disney In Pictures post, so today I thought I would share with you some fun little pictures that I have in my collection that capture the spirit of Disney in all of it’s intricacies. So sit back, relax, and enjoy looking at some good old fashioned Disney fun!
This first set of five pictures are all from the Magic Kingdom. Enjoy!
At Tony’s Town Square Restaurant — our first ever Table Service Restaurant on our first ever on-property vacation!
Busted! Two pictures before in my album you see Sophie climbing down off of Piglet’s House! This was the look on her face when I called over to her!
Over by Splash Mountain, Sophie was sharing with whomever would watch her dramatic pose!
Sophie wanted a shot of her expression of Pete in Steamboat Willie!
Anna Jane, in her first ever trip to Walt Disney World, riding her first ever attraction at Walt Disney World: The Mad Hatter Tea Cups!
This next set of five photos comes to us from Epcot! Enjoy!
I love the street performers over by the United Kingdom Pavilion!
At the African Outpost, Sophie is marching to the beat of her own drum!
In one of my favorite Disney Memories, here Sophie is in Morocco telling Princess Jasmine all about the costume she is going to buy!
Trying on big sombreros in the Mexican Pavilion open air market!
Rockin’ to the off-kilter sounds of Off Kilter — in the rain, no less!
Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia! Today we are going to take a look at a question about Steamboat Willie that Sophie uncovered in the book Disney Trivia from the Vault by Mr. Dave Smith! This month Sophie picked out all of the questions, she gets a kick out of doing this, so I hope you enjoy!
Q: Which one of Mickey’s foes appeared in Mickey’s first cartoon “Steamboat Willie”?
A: Mortimer B: Pete C: Oswald D: Scrooge
The answer is B: Pete! Pete was the cat that was messing with Mickey on the steamboat! If you like, you can see the cartoon for yourself below and enjoy this Disney classic!
Welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia post! As usual, we are joined by my great friends Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, and Heidi from Heidi’s Head! I’m Mike from My Dreams of Disney, and for this week, we are taking a look at the Academy Awards as they pertain to Walt Disney. This information is from the book Disney Trivia from the Vault, by Dave Smith. This book is a must have in any collector’s library, if you are interested in buying it, click on the link!
Did You Know…that Walt Disney won his first Academy Award on November 18, 1932 — and that he won two that night?!
He won for the Best Cartoon category for the work Flowers and Trees. 1932 was the first year that this category was awarded! Also, Walt won a special Oscar that was given for the creation of Mickey Mouse! November 18, 1932 was the four year anniversary of Mickey’s debut in Steamboat Willie at the Colony Theater in New York.
As a special treat, here are both videos courtesy of YouTube for your enjoyment!
Thank you for stopping by today! Make sure you check out the rest of the entries for this week, and have a great day!
Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop that my friend Deb from Focused on the Magic hosts each week! As always, it is a fun time to be able to link up with Deb and all the other great blogs that come to the hop, so thank you Deb for hosting it!
This week’s theme is Mickey Mouse, which is extremely relevant since Mickey celebrated his 84th birthday on November 18th with the release of the classic Disney short, Steamboat Willie! I’ve got the YouTube video embedded here so you can watch it!
In addition to that classic video, I’ve got my own pictures to share with you, so sit back and enjoy!
Today is little Izaiah’s birthday! Happy Birthday Izaiah!
That wraps it up for us this week! Go head on over to Deb’s site to see the rest of the entries! Just click on the button below, and thanks for stopping by!