ashdandy:

thefreckledl:

This is a truly beautiful piece of animation. Look at the way her hair and arms move. 
and I really love the way they guy in the background turns to watch her
they didn’t need to animate that. but they did. and it’s just really nice. 

so freaking beautiful

ashdandy:

thefreckledl:

This is a truly beautiful piece of animation. Look at the way her hair and arms move. 

and I really love the way they guy in the background turns to watch her

they didn’t need to animate that. but they did. and it’s just really nice. 

so freaking beautiful

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disneymagicman:

God what an adorable man, I might have the chance of meeting him next week. I don’t know what I’d do if I did!

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rememberingwalt:

Dee’s favorite photos of W a l t e r  E l i a s  D i s n e y

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versacegravy:

awwww-cute:

The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so the chances of catching this were nearly impossible, but there it is!

SELFIE

versacegravy:

awwww-cute:

The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so the chances of catching this were nearly impossible, but there it is!

SELFIE

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hookandwendy:

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"It’s a beautiful way to evoke what’s going on in little girls’ minds when they’re growing up," Isaacs says. "Everyone remembers all the fighting and pirates and adventure, but it’s all a rite-of-passage movie, which people don’t remember because the title is Peter Pan. It’s a boy’s name. But really, it’s about the battle for Wendy’s soul." - Jason Isaacs’ Jungian take on Peter Pan (2003)

Gif originally from aryasnark

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:) 

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imjustbeingfriendly:

carbonxribs:

a gif like this doesnt come around but once every dynasty

Favourite line in all of Dinsey

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faeryhearts:

Artwork: Disney’s Beauty & The Beast (Visual Development), by Mel Shaw.

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