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Concept art for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Concept art for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

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dont-start-unbelieving:

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lokiloo:

Look, as a Native American woman and a fan of movies,

I am  B E G I N G  YOU

DO NOT SEE THE LONE RANGER IN THEATERS

DO NOT GIVE THIS MOVIE YOUR MONEY

Disney paid off the tribal councils so there wouldn’t be controversy over Johnny Depp as Tonto.

MANY Native people are upset about this, you just don’t hear it because we’re repeatedly SILENCED


PLEASE CONSIDER SEEING PACIFIC RIM INSTEAD! It is a very actiony move written by a POC, starring many POC! :D

Thank you! <3



(I sent this girl a message but I decided to just reblog this just so people know.)

I am also a Native American woman and I belong to the Comanche tribe. Johnny Depp portrays Tonto, a fictional but Comanche character in his film. There was a Comanche adviser on set of this film to help them try and correctly portray the Comanche people even down to smaller details. (Notice in the film that the teepees have 4 poles instead of 3 that are commonly seen in films, that is the way the Comanche people built them.) Our tribe has actually adopted Johnny Depp into our tribe and has been extremely accepting of him and his film. He was even here in the fall for our annual Comanche fair (that I attended) and was even in our parade. Just a little over a week ago he came back here to premiere his movie for us and everyone has loved and enjoyed it. HE DID NOT PAY OFF OUR TRIBE. He has been widely accepted into our tribe and I do understand where you are coming from… But the fact is that he is playing a Comanche man and the Comanche people have no problem with it, so you shouldn’t be too upset over it because it is not directly effecting your tribe or your people.

I’ve also included a few links and until you can provide your own source links, please stop saying they paid off our tribe. Thanks.

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/mobile/article/johnny-depp-adopted-into-comanche-nation-114174

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/mobile/article/photos-and-videos%3A-johnny-depp-makes-surprise-appearance-at-comanche-nation-parade-136853

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/mobile/2013/06/24/johnny-depp-attends-lone-ranger-premiere-lawton-oklahoma-150082

I actually heard a snippet of a story on npr about Depp striving to portray Tonto in a non-racist way! I’m hoping that all that’s true. 

I’m hoping with all my heart that the second comment is true. Based on interviews, I feel like Johnny Depp tries really hard to not be a dick. Also Pacific Rim doesn’t seem like an obvious alternative to The Lone Ranger (and also it looks like water Transformers?? so no thanks)

but really I know there’s a lot of shitty and offensive stuff out there but the movie hasn’t even been released yet leave it to tumblr to create an issue before there is one

matterhornbobsleds:

I DONT THINK U UNDERSTAND HOW MUCH I LOVE RIDE/ATTRACTION HISTORY AND CONCEPTS THAT WERE SCRAPPED AND THE REASONS WHY AND THEIR QUEUES AND THEIR QUEUES MUSIC AND THEIR RELATIONS TO EXTINCT ATTRACTIONS HAROLD TAKE THE BOBSLED 

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omg

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madithefreckled:

god I love the concept art of monsters university

Mike overdoes the swag

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Monsters University: Nathan Fillion Interview with PopSugar [x]

I’m seeing Monsters University either tomorrow or Saturday and I DIDN’T KNOW NATHAN FILLION WAS IN IT AND NOW I’M EVEN MORE EXCITED

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indianajonesadventure:

Disney’s unbuilt plans for a America theme park, located in Prince William County, Virginia. The idea was announced in 1993 with Bob Weiss as the creative developer of the park. It was described as a theme park designed to show the past, present and future through history and experiences for all ages! 

The themed of lands of America would include:

- Civil War Village: This would be the hub of the park and feature shops and restaurants.

- Native America: Explores the life of America’s first inhabitants and pays tribute to the cultures of Native American tribes. It would feature interactive experiences, exhibits, arts and crafts, and a white water raft ride based on Lewis and Clark adventures!

- President’s Square: This would celebrate and pay tribute to those who have served defending democracy and our nation and would feature a replica of WDW’s Hall of Presidents.

- Civil War Fort: Guests could explore the fort and it’s interactive elements as well as watch civil war battle reenactments as well as water battle reenactments. 

- Ellis Island: Guests could understand what it was like for an immigrant to pass through Ellis Island in a time accurate experience with music, ethnic foods and a live show!

- Enterprise the factory town: Explore what the industrial revolution was like in the US by viewing technological advances of the time and by riding an Industrial Revolution E Ticket roller coaster.

- Victory Fields: Experience what it was like for soldiers to defend their freedom during the world wars and looking through the airport with hangars and viewing airplanes from different time periods and viewing flight demonstrations. There would also be flight simulators based on America’s military fights.

- The State Fair: A 30’s style state fair with folk art exhibits, a live show on baseball and wooden rides like Coney Island.

- Family Farm: Shows different farming techniques and what it takes to farm food through hand on experiences such as milking cows and learning what homemade ice cream tastes like.

The project was eventually scrapped due to Disney disputes with the people of Virginia but not all of these concepts were lost. Some were but into Disney’s California Adventure. These concepts are very neat and the idea of a theme park based on America is an interesting and unique idea. What’s your thoughts?

Let’s talk about my never ending grief that there could have been a Disney Park built an hour from my home but nooooooooo

don’t you fools recognize how much bank this would have brought our state? quit tryna fool people into thinking Colonial Williamsburg is a vacation destination cause I refuse to believe it’s anything other than a field trip

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ah, memories of staring at that snowfall…. and crying…

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youwinagainmoffat:

He is the fucking best 

Best part about this is that for once it’s WDW Peter and not DL Peter!

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