Will this plucky toy solider make the Very Merry Christmas cut?
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, except Mickey Mouse.
Sleigh bells, snowmen, radio stations playing an endless loop of holiday classics, peppermint-spiked everything - it's obviously the most wonderful time of the year. Made better with mobile printing. And pie. Also, nog.
Ever wanted to talk to Peter Pan? Babble's Pilar Clark came close, sitting down with "Once Upon A Time's" Robbie Kay to talk about the winter finale; plus body snatching and immortality. As one does.
Friday the 13th in December just feels weird. Like Donald Duck in pants.
Mickey Mouse may have catapulted Walt Disney to fame and fortune, making him the most internationally recognized and universally loved creative mind of the 20th century. But if you think about it, everything really started in Chicago.
Hidden on a quiet street on the northwest side of Chicago is a modest home that saw the beginnings of something epic: Walt Disney.
Heroes. Giants. Villains. Wizards. True Love. Not just your basic, average, everyday, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, ho-hum fairy tale. And now it's going to be on stage.
We're not in Midgard anymore.
Anyone else thinking 1977 is about to become their favorite filter?
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