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Guide by tinkerluvr posted over a year ago
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Disney is planning to make four Tinkerbell movies.
You may have heard of the new Tinkerbell movie coming out, but did you know that Disney is planing to make four Tinkerbell movies? The first one will come out on DVD October 28th, 2008.
Summary: A new fairy, Tinkerbell arrives, and finds out her talent is pots-and-pans, but thinks her talent isn't specail.

Tinkerbell, North of Never Land:
Based on the Disney Faries book. When Tink's Best Friend, Terence, Squashes Tink's favorite bowl, the first thing she ever fixed, her anger flares up, and she yells at him, saying he's always in her way. Tink realizes she was too harsh, and sets out on a quest to find the perfect gift for her friend.

Tinkerbell: a mid summer storm.
Tinkerbell must team up with a rival fairy to save NeverLand.

Tinkerbell: a winter story: I have no info about this one yet.
Opinion by marissa posted over a year ago
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Howard Ashman, a legend amoung Disney musicians
This is just a little blurb I had to do on a lyricist for music class. I chose Howard Ashman who helped compose and write the music for some of Disney's most memorable films.

Howard Ashman was born in Baltimore on May 17, 1951. Ashman attended school at Goddard College and Boston University. He also earned an MFA from Indiana University. In 1974 he moved to New York where he became an editor at Grosset & Dun, a United States book publisher founded in 1898.
He was a Jewish American lyricist, playwright, and director, best known for his work with Disney. Ashman received the 1989 Academy Award for Best Song for "Under the Sea," (The Little Mermaid), written with his long time partner, Alan Menken. In total, Ashman won six awards for his work on The Little Mermaid, including two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and two Grammy Awards. Along with The Little Mermaid, Howard Ashman worked with other Disney musicians on Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin.

Opinion by jerseygirl posted over a year ago
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Leibovitz poses with the Harry Wintson tiara worn by Scarlett Johansson for her photo shoot as Cinderella
World famous photographer Annie Liebovitz was recruited by Disney for the Year of a Million Dreams campaign to promote Disneyland and Walt Disney World by persuading some of her celebrity friends to pose as beloved Disney characters. Only a few shots have been done so far, but 10 or 12 (including Peter Pan and the Little Mermaid) are in development. The photos will run as a series in magazines including Vogue, Vanity Fair, W, GQ, Conde Nast Traveller, Cookie and The New Yorker. And, with luck, they'll be available as prints, too.