FICTION

Although titled Fiction, this page is no where near make believe  smiles =)  As a HUGE Disney fan you will find a strong lean in that direction about my own disney experience here in this section however I will sprinkle in some other good fiction at times as well.   Small now this section I know will truly grow and grow and grow just like Mickey’s magic beans …

101 Famous Quotes From Alice In Wonderland  Yes, if you are that person that likes having fun and interesting quotes to toss out in conversation.  A HUGE Alice fan!  Or before bedtime (to spawn fun visions and dreams for your loved ones) then this is a collection you must have.  A True Alice Fan Disney Experience Virtually For Free.  Check it out Here.

Iron Man Suit Costume: Do It Yourself Guide This is for the Ultimate Marvel Fan.  This is a Suit that is bound to win over many, and make you feel young and fearless.  See the suit – it totally rocks – Here:

 

That Is The Start!   this page has much more to come as I reach this part of my to do and in this case wish list as the world turns.   My own Personal Disney Experience started when i was 14 and won a trip to Disneyland selling candy door to door.   Since then I have raised my girls on Disney, enjoyed my honeymoon at WDW and loved keeping my pal arround everywhere I can  sneek him hin.    So you know I am on the search for more great “fiction” for us all.

Enjoy!

Fun Facts, Or Are They Fiction?

Mickey was also the first animated character to talk. His first words, in 1929 cartoon The “Karnival Kid”, were ‘Hot dog!’ So with such a beginning, Mickey has become as “ American as apple pie”.

 

Disney Experience

The Little Mermaid, Tangled, and Frozen are all connected!

Here’s the gist: Three years ago, Elsa and Anna’s parents sailed off to a wedding (Flynn Ryder and Rapunzel’s wedding) and they died at sea. (Frozen came out almost exactly three years after Tangled did.) Their shipwreck is the one that Ariel explored in The Little Mermaid. It even makes sense geographically!

In Disney and Pixar’s 2006 film, Cars, a white racing car features an Apple logo and the number “84,” which was the year that Apple released its first computer.

How many black spots are there in 101 Dalmatians? 6,469,952. I’d like to think a truly dedicated fan counted those, but considering that Pongo had 72 spots, Perdita had 68, and all the puppies had 32, it was probably just some basic math.

The 1964 World’s Fair, located in Flushing Meadows, New York, introduced many types of pre-Space Age technology, including such things as IBM computers. But few of these things received as much attention as Disney’s Audio-Animatronics- moving robots that had words – or had pre-recorded audio – coming out of their mouths.

In The Emperor’s New Groove, there were at least three instances of hidden Mickey heads displayed for the discerning Disney viewer: one is hiding in the bushes, two are on Yzma’s earrings and several are displayed as food on Kuzco’s (only Disney would essentially name a character couscous) plates.