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Alternative clues for the word disney

ABC's owner

"Fantasia" creator

Mickey Mouse operation?

Staple of NBC's 1960's-70's Sunday night schedule

Miramax owner

___ World

Radio ___

See 4-Down and 36-Down

"Frozen" studio

___ Channel (?Hannah Montana? airer)

Big name in parks

It acquired Lucasfilm in 2012

United States film maker who pioneered animated cartoons and created such characters as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck

Founded Disneyland (1901-1966)

A land was named for him

Epcot name

Theme park name

Mickey's creator

A land bears his name

He gave the world a Mickey

Word definitions for disney in dictionaries

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
surname attested from mid-12c. (William de Ysini ), from Isigny in the Calvados region of Normandy. Disneyesque , in reference to Walt Disney's cartooning style, is attested from 1939 (in W.H. Auden).

Gazetteer Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 226 Housing Units (2000): 252 Land area (2000): 1.286816 sq. miles (3.332838 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.147478 sq. miles (0.381967 sq. km) Total area (2000): 1.434294 sq. miles (3.714805 sq. km) FIPS code: 20900 Located within: Oklahoma...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Disney usually refers to The Walt Disney Company . The term may also refer to:

Usage examples of disney.

Disney was producing a live-action remake of its popular 1961 feature-length cartoon, puppy mills across America began breeding dalmatians like rats.

Disney World power system or shoot poison darts at morons who own a bunch of money-hemorrhaging sports franchises.

They had had no trouble with roadblocks or National Guard since they had left Disney World.

Elwood Knutson stood in the near corner, looking like a Disney D U S T T 0 0 U S T cartoon bear in a black felt bowler.

Hanging on the walls around the Telestrator screen were three-by-four-foot color prints of some old magazine covers and Walt Disney posters from the 1950s, for no better reason than that they looked good.

After we see Disney World and Busch Gardens and maybe even Universal City, after we have our just due and this Carroll has bought us all the Florida clothes we can wear in two lifetimes, we will go home.

Tons of it was being made in central Florida by Busch Gardens, Sea World, and a host of not-so-slick competitors offering one attraction that Disney World didn't: live exotic critters.

The monorail's interior was steaming clambake hot, as Wade, Ted and Bryan whooshed above a Walt Disney World lake.

The message, never stated but avuncularly implied, is that America's values ought to reflect those of the Walt Disney Company and not the other way around.

Disney and ATW are duking it out for rights to the action figures, the biopic, and the immersion game.

      The word, in the end, is the only system of encoding thoughts--the only medium--that is not fungible, that refuses to dissolve in the devouring torrent of electronic media (the richer tourists at Disney World wear t-shirts printed with the names of famous designers, because designs themselves can be bootlegged easily and with impunity.

They should have known that captivation is the mission of a Disney film, a Disney theme park, a Disney merchandise store, a Disney anything.

I'll bet a new past is being ghostwritten for "Castaway Cay"—a past richly populated with conquistadors or perhaps shipwrecked pirates, whom Disney copywriters would regard as more colorful and less menacing than modern smugglers of cocaine and bootleg methaqualone.

Questa roba fa sembrare il film di Susan Jeremiah un cartone animato di Disney.

In hundreds of comicbook adventures over the nextthree decades, Barks added intriguing new characters and dense backstory to theformerly one-note Disney property, creating a rich Benday-dot cosmos.