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  • The Lion King Hero's Journey

    The Lion King is an animated film by Walt Disney that was released in 1994. It was written by Irene Mecchi, Jonathan Roberts, and Linda Woolverton and was directed by Roger Allens and Rob Minkoff. This report will explain the concept and theory of The Hero’s Journey and provide an analysis of the film, The Lion King. This report will also explain how the film’s storyline fits into the concept by first explaining what The Hero’s Journey entails and outlining the stages of this narrative…

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  • The Influence Of Foxes In Disney's Zootopia

    No other Nevada red foxes have been seen in the Yosemite National Park since 1916; it’s often thought that little over 50 red foxes still lived in America. According to National Geographic’s Stefan Sirucek, “prized for their vibrant coats, red fox populations were devastated by hunting and trapping” in North America during…

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  • Edwin Catmull: Walt Disney Creativity And Innovation

    Edwin Catmull’s entire life has been based around his love for animation. As a little kid, Ed would wait for Walt Disney to come appear on Sundays on his black and white 12” television. He called it the, “Disney Magic”. Walt Disney was on of Catmull’s boyhood idols. The other idol that he had as a child was Albert Einstein. He explained, in his autobiography, the reason he probably looked up to these two men. He felt that they both represented creativity, just in different ways. Disney…

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  • Walt Disney World: The Most Magical Place On Earth

    “We believed in our idea- a family park where parents and children could have fun together,” Walt Disney once said (Fanning 167). It is hard to believe that Walt Disney World was once just land. People’s ideas, thoughts, and actions helped Walt Disney World to become what it is today. Walt Disney World is known to most people as the “Most Magical Place on Earth.” There are many reasons why. The main reason is Walt Disney World transports you into a world where you can have fun with your family,…

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  • Biscayne National Park History

    Keys are home to a national park called the Biscayne National Park. The Biscayne National Park is located at the top of the Florida Keys and was founded in 1968. The Biscayne National Park wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t thanks to the Jones family, the natural beauty of the islands, and the media . Without these contributing factors, the national park would have been turned into a oil refinery and would lost its beauty. Located in Southern Florida, the Biscayne National Park was established…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To The San Diego Zoo

    It was June 30, 2016 when my mom and I went to the San Diego zoo, and Disneyland. This was very exciting for my mom and I seeing as this was the first time either of us had been to the San Diego zoo, and it having been 9 years (when I was 6) Disneyland, only the last time we Had gone to Disneyland it was with my dad and two older brothers, where this time it was just my mom and I. On the day we arrived and the day after that we went to Disneyland, and the day after that we went to Disney’s…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Unicorn And Pegasi

    Unicorn and Pegasus Housing My imaginary place is a barn for Unicorns and Pegasi. This wonderful, colorful place is located in Yorktown, Indiana on the road called 725. This place is magical and only certain people can see it. Mostly, the owner and elves. This barn has dark oak trunks in the corners so you can only see them from the outside. It has blue stained wood for the walls to make it more whimsical. It has 40 stalls, twenty on each side of the arena in the middle. The stalls are…

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  • Comparison Essay Comparing Two Places

    The Internet can be used for an infinite amount of things, whether it is getting in contact with old friends, doing some research, or playing games. People find it very helpful for whatever activity they use it for. Most of the people using the Internet tend to compare sites and information to make sure they are getting the best deal or correct information. When comparing two different websites like Walt Disney World and Las Vegas, some will find many differences and similarities. Visiting Las…

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  • Common Themes In Disney Movies

    Everyone has all seen a Disney film at one point in our lives. Most of us today have grown up watching Disney films over the past decade or two. While I have enjoyed watching them purely as entertainment when I was younger, watching them now, I am able to recognize underlying themes and ideas that are placed within the stories. I have found that there are three common themes that almost all Disney movies share. These are poetic justice, racism and anti-feminism. Body1: Happy ending like poetic…

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  • Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes

    Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury is a story about two boys who live in Greentown, Illinois. The two boys, Jim and Will grow up quickly in a few days when a carnival comes to town and they must try to help the lonely people of the town who long for something. The carnival feasts upon the town's people who long for something more and turns them into freaks that become part of the carnival. Disney also turned Bradbury's book into a movie that was released in 1983 and had Bradbury…

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