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A Touch of Disney in Black History

Roy E. Glenn, Sr. was the voice of Br’er Frog in Song of the South.  He began in radio with shows such as Amos ‘n Andy and The Jack Benny Show.  He made several appearances on television, from its early… Continue Reading

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A Touch of Disney In Black History

Baron Davis voices Dizzy the Vulture and additional voices in The Jungle Book 2. He is a professional basketball player who is currently a free agent. He last played for the New York Knicks.  In his spare time, Mr. Davis… Continue Reading

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A Touch of Disney in Black History

Madge Sinclair was the voice of Sarabi in The Lion King. She is best known for her roles in Earl and Me, Coming to America, Trapper John, M.D., and Roots.  Ms. Sinclair died of leukemia in 1995. Please follow and like… Continue Reading

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A Touch of Disney in Black History – Fats Waller

Fats Waller was a jazz pianist, organist, composer, singer, and comedic entertainer.  He is known for his famous compositions, Ain’t  No Misbehavin’ and Honeysuckle Rose.  He was caricatured in Mother Goose Goes to Hollywood released in 1938.     Please… Continue Reading

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A Touch of Disney in Black History – Stephen Fetchit

  Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry, a comedian and actor who took on the name Stephen Fetchit, was considered a controversial actor in his time.  He took on acting roles that portrayed African-Americans as lazy.  However, he became the first… Continue Reading

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A Touch of Disney in Black History – Kiara Muhammad

Kiara Muhammad, 15, is the voice of Doc McStuffins, the lovable doctor who fixes toys on Disney Junior.  Kiara has made guest appearances on the television shows NCIS and Hart of Dixie. Please follow and like us:

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These Brown Legs Walked/Ran 19.3 Miles

I am a fan of most things Disney.  This includes merchandise, television shows, and of course runDisney.  For some strange reason I decided I wanted to do a half marathon at Walt Disney World in 2007.  I believe I got caught… Continue Reading

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Camping At Disney Thru My Eyes

A little known gem at Walt Disney World is Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground.  Now before I go too far in this post let me clarify that I am not one to sleep under the stars and be one with… Continue Reading