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still—getting—there:

✿♡rosy/summer blog,i follow back♡✿

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morethanphotography:

when red leaves by bvandenberg

morethanphotography:

when red leaves by bvandenberg

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hurdwood:

UP (2009), dir. Pete Docter, Bob Peterson

"I’m tired. And my knee hurts."
"Which knee?"
"My elbow hurts and I have to go to the bathroom."
"I asked you about that five minutes ago!"
"Well, I didn’t have to go then!"

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m0rpheus:

OHMAHGOOOODDDDDD

m0rpheus:

OHMAHGOOOODDDDDD

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the-disney-elite:

Why Do Disney Characters Rarely Have Moms?

Glamour recently asked legendary Disney producer Don Hahn (The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Maleficent) why so many of Disney’s animated characters are missing one or both parents. Here is Hahn’s answer:

“I’ll give you two stories that are the reasons. I never talk about this, but I will. One reason is practical because the movies are 80 or 90 minutes long, and Disney films are about growing up. They’re about that day in your life when you have to accept responsibility.

"Simba ran away from home but had to come back. In shorthand, it’s much quicker to have characters grow up when you bump off their parents. Bambi’s mother gets killed, so he has to grow up. Belle only has a father, but he gets lost, so she has to step into that position. It’s a story shorthand."

That’s the FIRST part of Hahn’s answer. Makes sense, right? Well, the second part of Hahn’s answer will SLAY you…

“The other reason—and this is really odd—Walt Disney, in the early 1940s, when he was still living at this house, also bought a house for his mom and dad to move into. He had the studio guys come over and fix the furnace, but when his mom and dad moved in, the furnace leaked and his mother died. The housekeeper came in the next morning and pulled his mother and father out on the front lawn. His father was sick and went to the hospital, but his mother died. He never would talk about it, nobody ever does.

“He never spoke about that time because he personally felt responsible because he had become so successful that he said, “Let me buy you a house.” It’s every kid’s dream to buy their parents a house and just through a strange freak of nature—through no fault of his own—the studio workers didn’t know what they were doing. There’s a theory, and I’m not a psychologist, but he was really haunted by that. That idea that he really contributed to his mom’s death was really tragic.”

Heartbreaking. To read Glamour’s whole interview with Hahn, click here.

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Go, live your dream.

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waltdisneysmagickingdom:

carolvickifan84:

Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins with Walt Disney

OKAY. THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE PICTURE

waltdisneysmagickingdom:

carolvickifan84:

Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins with Walt Disney

OKAY. THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE PICTURE

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