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The Simpsons – America’s Longest Running Animated Series (And Still Going Strong)

The Simpsons – America’s Longest Running Animated Series (And Still Going Strong)

They are the family that everyone with a television set knows by name: Homer, the donut-loving, slightly dim-witted head of the clan; Marge, his blue bouffant-haired wife with the screechy voice; Bart, the happy-go-lucky troublemaking

Aladdin and The Lion King Live Action Remakes and the Original Animated Classics

Have you seen the new live-action version of Aladdin? I haven’t, but I find it quite interesting, and I’m curious as to how it compares with Disney’s original animated classic. If anyone can play the

Walt Disney’s Dumbo, Then and Now

Walt Disney’s Dumbo, Then and Now

On March 11, 2019, Tim Burton’s live-action/animated remake of Dumbo made its special Los Angeles premiere. The film loosely retells the story from Disney’s 1941 original, but without talking animals; instead, the film’s focus is

One of the Largest and Best Collections of Original Lady and the Tramp Artwork Coming to Auction

Walt Disney’s classic 1955 animated feature Lady and the Tramp has endured as a favorite among cartoon aficionados for being the sweetest and most romantic of all the Disney films up to that date. This

Hobo Nickels: When Coins Become Art

The US Coins Auction at the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Show, which will be held Jan. 9-14 in Orlando, Fla., will feature the Don “H2O” Haley Hobo Nickel Collection, a group of 208 lots with

Propaganda Posters Keep the Patriotic Pride of the Early 20th Century Alive

The War of Nations, the War to End All Wars, the Good War, World War I, World War II – no matter the name, these conflicts of the early 20th century produced an unprecedented level

From Takeoff to Touchdown: Artifacts Flown on the Two Most Important Flights in History

As would be expected, Heritage Auctions’ Space Exploration Auction Featuring The Armstrong Family Collection™ Nov. 1-3 in Dallas is full of amazing artifacts relating to the first man to walk on the moon, from buttons

Kevin Nowlan Doctor Strange #19

Ed Asner’s Love of Comics to Benefit Special Needs Community in Charity Auction

To many, Ed Asner is, and always will remain “Lou Grant,” the newsroom chief with the crusty exterior that hides a sensitive side, a warm affection for his co-workers at WJM, the Minneapolis television station

The Hunt House: Original Furniture from Craig Ellwood’s Malibu Beach House

It is a privilege to be given the opportunity to research and write about the original furniture from Craig Ellwood’s historic Hunt House in Malibu, CA. The last time I came across a group of

Bringing Pinocchio to Life through Disney Animation

As only the second animated film released by Disney Studios, the 1940 classic, Pinocchio, remains to be one of the most beloved movies ever made. Originally written by Carlo Collodi, as the Adventures of Pinocchio,