At least one dog went and grabbed the keys on Pirates of the Caribbean.
ANAHEIM, CA -- Disneyland Theme Park and Spa announced today that its new "Bring-a-Pet Thursday" venture was a not a complete failure.
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) told Uncle Walt's Insider, "Hey, we had literally thousands of dogs and cats here, and at least one llama, and most of them had a blast. Even with all those different sized animals, and with ride restraint systems that ...
New plaques have been added to Legends Plaza
BURBANK, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CALIFORNIA -- The Walt Disney Company has added plaques for the most recent class of Disney Legends to the pillars in Legends Plaza!
On a recent walk through the plaza, our intrepid reporter noticed newly installed tributes to Christina Aguilera, Wing Chao, Robert Downey Jr., James Earl Jones, Jon Favreau, Bette Midler, Kenny Ortega, Barnette Ricci, Robin Roberts, Diane Sawyer, Ming-Na Wen, Hans Zimmer, and... tennis player John Isner?
The Disney ...
Don't look at the cover photo. Disney may soon charge you for it.
BURBANK, CA -- In its latest move towards Total Domination of All MediaTM, the Disney Company has acquired ownership and all publishing rights in the "lady yelling at cat" meme.
Sources say that the company is still considering how best to use the property. It's early in the process, but there may be a lady/cat feature film, a new series on Disney+, or a new land at Disney's Animal Kingdom ...
Guests report seeing Minnie Mouse since her supposed demise earlier this week.
DISNEYLAND, CA -- Less than one week after Uncle Walt's Insider reported that a feral cat had eaten Minnie Mouse, some guests report seeing Minnie alive and well in the park.
This is not only extremely suspicious, but raises several questions. What really happened?
How could this have happened?
Here are the possibilities, starting with the most likely and going to the least:
(1) It was all a hoax, staged by Disney, in order ...
Disneyland's feline rodent control program works a little too well.
ANAHEIM, CA -- Fans of Walt Disney's original Magic Kingdom know that the park plays host to dozens of feral cats. The cats are not only tolerated, but fed and cared for, as they help keep the park free from rodents.
Apparently, though, they were not told that some rodents were off-limits.
The cat involved, Lucifer, is a long-time resident of Disneyland park, and a favorite of Cast Members. He was even featured here ...