By Courtney Potter
Éirinn go Brách, friends! It’s time once again to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day—when everyone is just a wee bit Irish. The holiday, which was made official in the early part of the 17th century, is named for the patron saint of Ireland and commemorates Irish (and Irish-American) culture.
This year, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations might…
By Jocelyn Buhlman
Since Disney+ is a treasure trove of Disney content available for streaming, now is your chance to discover the “hidden gems” of Disney’s filmography—meaning, the fun and unique Disney films that you might not have in your current collection. Discover new favorites (or track down that one wacky film you haven’t had a chance to rewatch!)….
By Jim Fanning
A pot of gold in the form of Disney movie magic—‘tis Darby O’Gill and the Little People (1959)! One of Walt Disney’s most lively live-action fantasies, this combination of Irish wit, whimsical wishes, and mind-bending special effects has been enchanting audiences for 60 years. Originally released on June 26, 1959, this live-action special…