Walt Disney Informative Speech

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Many people grew up with magic. I'm not referring to Harry Potter magic or magician's magic, you know the whole pulling a bunny out of a hat trick. Many people grew up with magic- Disney magic. Disney was a huge part of many peoples' childhood. You had a favorite character, a favorite Disney princess, and a favorite movie. Your bedspread, blankets, pillows, bedroom furniture, and clothes further solidified your love for all things Disney. Let's face it, everything you owned was Disney. Disney was a childhood lifestyle. There are 8 Disney characters in the Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California that bring us back to our childhood. Are you ready for some magic?Snow White was the first Disney Princess, and many still adore her today. Growing up, one couldn't help …show more content…
Snow White takes one back to a time in childhood where kindness was exhibited by many, and every little girl was "the fairest of them all."Before their time on Broadway, Princess Jasmine and Aladdin stole the hearts of many children who had a love for Disney (much like Aladdin steals loaves of bread), and millions of hearts are still being stolen today. One can remember being introduced to magic, standing up for what one believes in, and love, with Princess Jasmine and Aladdin. This duo really opened up one's eyes to the possibilities in life. One can find Princess Jasmine and Aladdin at the Main Entrance of the park, or in Aladdin's Oasis which resides in Adventureland. Princess Jasmine and Aladdin take one back to a childhood filled with magic carpet rides and the belief that anything is possible.Alice in Wonderland was the little girl that everyone loved to love. Everyone still loves this bubbly, adventurous little girl. From the moment she fell down the rabbit hole, one was on an adventure with her. One encountered a talking rabbit, a Mad Hatter's tea party, and a Queen of Heart's evil wrath.

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