Disney Dinos

Your Guide to a Dino-Mite Disney+ Marathon

By Jocelyn Buhlman

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the fan-favorite ABC television series Dinosaurs, which means only one thing: It’s time for a re-watch! If you are a dinosaur enthusiast, (much like this author) you might ask yourself: Why stop there? Your journey into the dinos of Disney has only begun, and thanks to Disney+ making all our streams come true,…

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D23 March Hare Mania 2021

Meet the Dashing Disney Dinos from D23’s March Hare Mania 2021 Bracket

By Jocelyn Buhlman

Millions of years ago, these mighty creatures roamed the Earth—and now we’re putting them in the ultimate competition against another mighty species: Dragons! This year’s D23 March Hare Mania bracket asks you to vote for your favorite Disney dinos and dragons to see who will reign supreme. Not sure which rockin’ reptile will earn your…

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One Hundred and One Dalmatians

5 Fantastic Things to Watch This Week

By Zach Johnson

Start the week off with a celebratory viewing of One Hundred and One Dalmatians, which celebrates its diamond anniversary Monday. The following night, new seasons of both To Tell the Truth and mixed-ish will debut on ABC. Then, on Friday, Disney+ will add four seasons of Dinosaurs and the fantasy film Epic to its already vast and ever-growing…

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Disney Dinosaurs We Totally Dig

By Jim Fanning

The Good Dinosaur roars into movie theaters on Thanksgiving Day (November 25). But long before Disney•Pixar’s all-new animated feature was hatched, a herd of other good dinosaurs stomped their way into our hearts. You don’t need to be a paleontologist to know that these enormous reptiles rule. So come along on our Disney fanatic’s expedition…

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Jim Henson with Kermit the Frog

Jim Henson

Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets and undoubtedly the most beloved puppeteer in history, was born in the town of Greenville, Mississippi, on September 24, 1936. The son of an agronomist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jim moved with his family to Hyattsville, Maryland in the late 1940s. Already a skilled puppeteer, Jim began his studies in theatre arts at the…

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