“Welcome to the Happiest Place on… Eh, who are we kidding? Just give us your money.”
“Sucking at something is the first step towards being sort of good at something.”
Like the time he tried to kill himself after he thought Minnie cheated on him.
We took a tour behind the magic at the company’s Burbank, Calif., studios. This is what we saw.
Because what isn’t better as a doughnut?
By the end you’ll be as mad as a hatter.
Disney’s baddest broad has an incredible past.
Some people die saying badass things. Others…jibberish.
You don’t have to be a kid to appreciate the most magical place on Earth.
It just might change how you view these classics.
Where do you fit in at the Most Magical Place On Earth?
These magical vintage pictures of Disneyland, during its first year, will make you wish you had a time machine.
Turkey legs are great and all, but they’ve got nothing on these dishes.
It’s been almost 50 years since Walt Disney released this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious film.
For the first time, the Mouse House is having a real human (Tom Hanks!) play its founder with the upcoming Saving Mr. Banks. But is it truthful, or a fairy tale?
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” —Walt Disney
Don’t do Disneyland like a regular old tourist. The magic is in the details.
As the studio marks its 90th anniversary today, Disney opened up its vault and gave BuzzFeed images and inside stories on some of its most iconic and important moments.
These ladies are looking fine in some gender neutral duds. Artist Haruki Godo proves you don’t have to put a princess in a gown.
Like that time Donald Duck told you to wear a condom.
Who says being raised by the television was a bad thing? We’ve got this.
Who knew Disney had such a wealth of caustic one-liners?
Goodness is highly overrated.
Jon Negroni recently developed “The Pixar Theory,” and it will make your jaw drop.
In case you want to un-zip-a-dee your doo-dah.
All the awards to you, Jessica Danker! Well someone had to fill the void in crossover merchandise.
Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson on set of Saving Mr. Banks.
Killing your brother is just another Wednesday on the savannah. Seriously, no one cares.
This retro footage, put together by together by DisneyHistory, gives an unfiltered glimpse into what the park was really like during it’s first year.
Imagineering Disney has dug up some pictures that just might change how you see this classic thrill ride.