Quotes About Disney

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Walt Disney Company
“Good bye may seem forever. Farewell is like the end, but in my heart is the memory and there you will always be.”
Walt Disney Company

Walt Disney Company
“Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.”
Walt Disney Company

Walt Disney Company
“You think the only people who are people, are the people who look and think like you. But if you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you'll learn things you never knew you never knew." - Pocahontas”
Walt Disney Company

Amy Plum
“Well, spit on my empty grave--if it ain't the attack of the Disney princesses!”
Amy Plum, Die for Me

Walt Disney Company
“But they say if you dream a thing more than once, it's sure to come true.”
Walt Disney Company, 12 Princess Stories

Alyxandra Harvey
“Exactly. These guys just want me to play Snow White singing in her little cottage while they do all the work.'
Lucy snorted. 'Snow White and the Seven Buttheads. You could give Disney a run for their money.'
Nicholas poked her in the ribs. 'I am not a singing dwarf!'
'No, you're a butthead. Weren't you paying attention?”
Alyxandra Harvey, Blood Feud

Walt Disney Company
“If you don't like Cinderella because she seems so "naive" and "weak," listen to this quote from the Walt himself: "She believed in dreams, all right, but she also believed in doing something about them. When Prince Charming didn't come along, she went over to the palace and got him.”
Walt Disney Company

Ridley Pearson
“Always trust computer games.”
Ridley Pearson

J.G. Ballard
“All over the world major museums have bowed to the influence of Disney and become theme parks in their own right. The past, whether Renaissance Italy or Ancient Egypt, is re-assimilated and homogenized into its most digestible form. Desperate for the new, but disappointed with anything but the familiar, we recolonize past and future. The same trend can be seen in personal relationships, in the way people are expected to package themselves, their emotions and sexuality, in attractive and instantly appealing forms.”
J.G. Ballard, The Atrocity Exhibition

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Oh, shimmer down, Hunter. You're too testy. How many times have I've told you that you need to chill out, take a vacay. Disney World is really fun this time of the year. you should check it out.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsession

Aya Ling
“If the Beast gave me a library like he gave to Belle, I’d marry him too.”
Aya Ling, The Ugly Stepsister

Ridley Pearson
“Who's Chernabog?" Grumbled Maybeck.
Philby answered,"Only the most powerful villian Walt Disney ever created.”
Ridley Pearson, Disney at Dawn

Jessi Kirby
“Anna: Ash, I don't have anything planned with my Mother... She's dead.

Ashley: What?

Anna: She died when I was seven. She drowned. It's just my Dad and me. I didn't tell you before because I just wanted a fresh start here, because before I moved, everybody knew about it and... I'm sorry.

Ashley: ....... You're like a Disney Princess!”
Jessi Kirby, Moonglass

D.H. Starr
“What did that Walt Disney song say? Someday my prince will come? Well, mine came alright... and I don't think Disney would make a song out of it”
D.H. Starr, Wrestling with Desire

Gail Carson Levine
“The fast fliers are not disgraced." Queen Ree reached up for the missing tiara. "She saved us, but she's with him now."
Vidia was complicated, two fairies in one, a loyal traitor.”
Gail Carson Levine, Fairies and the Quest for Never Land

“When I was young and I was forced to watch Disney films, I would fast forward the good guys, wasn't interested in princes and princesses, only by the villains.”
Nuno Roque

Ridley Pearson
“So planning something big."
"If this is the work of the Overtakers, we've never seen anything like it."
"It is," a voice said behind them. Maybeck slipped in alongside of them.
"You about scared the pee out of me!" Charlene complained.”
Ridley Pearson

“A bambiraptor is a savage baby dear.”
Alan Davies

Walt Disney Company
“I first set the needle on this record and bingo! the whole mechanism begins: the record player's arm tugs at a thread as the record plays; the thread pulls over this glass and lets this marble loose; the marble rolls down this miniature slide and snap! the spring is released, cutting off your heads! Brilliant!
'And just to be on the safe side,' he continued, 'this crossbow will shoot you as the trap is released, the axe will chop you in half and the anvil will crush you to pieces!'
'And do you see this gun?' Ratigan asked with a smile. 'In case you hadn't noticed, dear friends, it's also pointed at you! Ha! Ha! Ha!' Ratigan burst you laughing”
Walt Disney Company

Becky Albertalli
“And it's almost too perfect. Almost too Disney.”
Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Walt Disney Company
“Robin Hood: Ah, but remember faint hearts never won fair lady.”
Walt Disney Company

Lindy West
“I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT KING TRITON. Specifically, King, why are you elderly but with the body of a teenage Beastmaster? How do you maintain those monster pecs? Do they have endocrinologists under the sea? Because I am scheduling you some bloodwork...

...Question: How come, when they turn back into humans at the end of Beauty and the Beast, Chip is a four-year-old boy, but his mother, Mrs. Potts, is like 107? Perhaps you're thinking, "Lindy, you are remembering it wrong. That kindly, white-haired, snowman-shaped Mrs. Doubtfire situation must be Chip's grandmother." Not so, champ! She's his mom. Look it up. She gave birth to him four years ago... As soon as you become a mother, apparently, you are instantly interchangeable with the oldest woman in the world, and / or sixteen ounces of boiling brown water with a hat on it. Take a sec and contrast Mrs. Pott's literally spherical body with the cut-diamond abs of King Triton, father of seven.”
Lindy West

Gregory Funaro
“The odd was the ordinary at Alistair Grim's. The people who lived there were odd. The things they did there were odd. Even the there itself there was odd.”
Gregory Funaro, Alistair Grim's Odditorium

Rebecca McNutt
“When I was in junior high school, I used to think that Disney's 1990's paranormal television program 'So Weird' was every kid's ideal life - not going to school, living on a tour bus, having rockstar parents, traveling all over North America and never staying in one place for more than a week or so. Of course, eventually the realization hits you that the kids out there who really do live like this, pulling up stakes every week and never staying with their friends or having a permanent residence, aren't really happy.”
Rebecca McNutt

J.D. Tulloch
“The cacophonous touch of fame to my sole reiterates why I came: not for fame but to remind that fate is unkind when your dreams only exist within the confines of a classic Disney rhyme.”
J.D. Tulloch, Neutral Receding Lines

Dave Barry
“What happened was, they put me and my co-marshal, author Ridley Pearson, into an antique fire truck along with Daisy Duck and Clarabelle the Cow. I have nothing against either of these veteran Disney characters, but let's be honest, their careers are not currently sizzling, especially in the case of Clarabelle, who hasn't had a hit cartoon since roughly the Civil War.”
Dave Barry, I'll Mature When I'm Dead: Dave Barry's Amazing Tales of Adulthood

“Walt reorganized the fickleness of audiences and the challenge of always providing something new. For me, this great entrepreneurial adventure was an exposure to 'yes if' consulting as a more useful format than 'no because'...'Yes if' was the language of an enabler, pointing to what needed to be done to make the possible plausible. Walt liked this language. 'No because' is the language of a deal killer. 'Yes if' is the approach of a deal maker. Creative people thrive on 'yes if'.”
Harrison Price, Walt's Revolution!: By the Numbers

“One thing I know from personal experience: nothing in my relationship with Walt Disney or his brother was influenced either positively or negatively because I'm Jewish... Walt had called one day when I was attending services at our synagogue during the Jewish High Holy Days, Rosh Hashannah and Yom Kippur. When Tommie told Walt where I was, she let me know his reaction: "That's where he should be, with his family.”
Martin Sklar, Dream It! Do It! (The People, The Places, The Projects): My Half-Century Creating Disney's Magic Kingdoms

“Well, it's my favorite! Far off places, daring sword fights, a prince in disguise...”
Beauty and the Beast

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