Monthly Archives: February 2010

Pin-Sanity

An interesting article about the subculture of Disney Pin Trading which launched 10 years ago has been published by The Orange County Register. The subculture of Disney pin trading turns 10By Sarah Tully Disney’s pin trading was supposed to be only for … Continue reading

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Cineworld and Disney do deal over DVD release of Alice in Wonderland

The Times are reporting that Cineworld and Disney have struck a deal after the threatened boycott by Britain’s cinema chains of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland because of a dispute with Disney over the movies DVD release.  Cineworld will start screening the movie from the … Continue reading

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Eurostar Independent Review

During the night from 18th to 19th December 2009, five Eurostar trains failed in the Channel Tunnel and passengers encountered serious problems in completing their journey to London. One of these trains was from Disneyland Paris and was carrying 664 … Continue reading

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Toy Story 3 Trailer: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut

Pixar today released the second trailer for next year’s Oscar winner for Best Animated Film, Toy Story 3. We already knew the tear-jerking would be ratcheted up this time around (the movie follows Buzz, Woody, and other playthings as they’re … Continue reading

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EURO DISNEY S.C.A. First Quarter Announcement

EURO DISNEY S.C.A. Fiscal Year 2010 First Quarter Announcement • Total revenues decreased 11% to € 292 million, driven by lower theme parks attendance and hotel occupancy • Increase in average spending per room and flat average spending per guest … Continue reading

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Disneyland Paris launches new website

Disneyland Paris has launched new website this week.

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Disney profit beats forecasts

Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday it made $844-million (U.S.) in the holiday quarter, roughly flat compared with a year earlier, as restructuring charges offset cost-cutting and gains at ESPN and the Disney Channel. The advertising recovery had an uneven effect … Continue reading

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