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Download These Disney Dog Phone Wallpapers to Give Your Phone a Paw-Some Makeover

By the D23 Team

From Pluto to Pongo, we love all the dogs in the worlds of Disney. If these furry friends have you barking with joy, you’ll love these downloadable phone wallpapers to celebrate some of our favorite dogs from Disney movies.

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Spend Your Black Friday With 7 Shopaholic Characters on Disney+

By Zach Johnson

Some fan-favorite Disney characters really took the phrase “shop ’til you drop” to heart! From Hannah Montana fighting with Tyra Banks over a sole pair of soles to Preston Waters inventing a new identity to write himself a $1 million check, there’s no (credit) limit to how much these characters are willing to spend. So, in honor of Black…

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Inside Out, The Game Plan, 101 Dalmatians

10 Must-Stream Selections for the Ultimate Disney+ Family Movie Night

By Beth Deitchman

There are so many things to be thankful for this year across the worlds of Disney, but Disney+ has to be at the top of our list. And after a day of cooking, cleaning, carving, and conversation, it’s hard to imagine anything more heavenly than curling up on the couch to watch a movie. Before you and your family dig in to the Thanksgiving…

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Celebrate Lunar New Year with Our Favorite Disney Dogs

By Megan Deppe

We can’t find a single bone to pick with any of these cuddly canines as we prepare to celebrate the Lunar New Year! The Year of the Dog begins today and we can think of no better time to celebrate our favorite pups from throughout Disney’s history. We’ve seen Disney dogs help their owners find true love, guard them in times of danger, and settle…

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Five Famed Flicks: Disney Films Released in January

It’s the middle of January, a month named after Janus—the Roman god of beginnings and transitions. It’s a time to reflect on the previous year, and to daydream about the fun yet to come in 2016. These particular 31 days got us to thinking: How has Disney kicked off the new year, cinematically speaking, throughout the decades? Sure enough, some of the most…

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Revisit a Disney Classic with the 101 Dalmatians Diamond Edition

If you haven’t seen One Hundred and One Dalmatians in, well, a dog’s age, or if somehow you’ve never quite gotten around to watching this fun-filled canine caper, there’s no time like the present to sit down and view this beloved Disney animated film. The Diamond Edition has just become available for the first time on Digital HD, Blu-ray, and Disney Movies Anywhere and…

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Anna and Kristoff (Frozen)

Let Classic Disney Couples Inspire Your Date Nights This Week

This Saturday is, of course, Valentine’s Day, the day we celebrate love—
—something Disney couples know a thing or two about. If you’re feeling a little pressure to come up with a romantic way to commemorate the day with your one-and-only—or if you’re just looking for something fun to do with a friend, a group, or anyone special in your life—you can relax and…

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Donald Duck

Resolutions Disney Characters Might Consider Making for 2016

Happy New Year from D23!
We’ve enjoyed learning about D23 Members’ New Year’s Resolutions, some of which are pretty ambitious and inspiring! That got us thinking about some of our favorite Disney characters, and we couldn’t help but ponder some resolutions they might consider making in 2016.

Donald Duck—Take anger management classes. Donald can always be…

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101 Dalmatians

(Approximately) 101 Reasons Why I Love One Hundred and One Dalmatians!

Follow my lead and you’ll sniff out the reasons I think this classic Disney film is spot-on.
A self-professed dog lover, Walt Disney naturally came up with a doggoned good film when making a movie all about his beloved mutts. On more than one occasion, Walt appeared on his TV show with a canine co-star, and on the February 12, 1961 installment of his Walt Disney…

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The spots of 101 Dalmatians

Painting of Spots Huge Job in Producing Disney’s Dalmatians

The spots belong only to the dog.
Those on the man, Roger Radcliff, are from the pen of a dognapper hurled at him in this scene from Walt Disney’s feature-length cartoon comedy, 101 Dalmatians. Adapted from the Dodie Smith novel, this is the hilarious story of an ultra villainous woman who steals Dalmatians for the wonderful fur coats they will make. The color by…

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