With topics covering everything from the latest Marvel film to the earliest days of working for Walt – it’s an Easter Emporium on Mousetalgia! We have a plethora of fun Disney discussions for you this week, including the Mousetalgia review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier; book reviews of the latest from Charles Solomon (“The Art of the Disney Golden Books”) and a just-published posthumous autobiography of Homer Brightman about the earliest days of the Walt Disney Studios called “Life in the Mouse House”; and a round table discussion about whether or not you can actually find healthy food at the Disneyland Resort. Also, Jeff discusses a kerfuffle with MyPlayDirect’s Frozen vinyl release, and we present a special conversation with WED Imagineer Paul Saunders, who describes working for WED in the ’60s, and a close encounter with Walt Disney himself. Plus – our favorite Disney bunnies, Mousetalgia offers another limited-edition t-shirt… and more!
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