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How unusual is it for street art to so perfectly depict a Disney princess? #disney #streetart #cinderella

How unusual is it for street art to so perfectly depict a Disney princess? #disney #streetart #cinderella

Come in! (have a blast) | "A Christmas For Shacktown" (1952) by Carl Barks

Come in! (have a blast) | "A Christmas For Shacktown" (1952) by Carl Barks

| I'm no fool! | From "Bye-Bye, Money Bin" (1968) by Vic Lockman

| I'm no fool! | From "Bye-Bye, Money Bin" (1968) by Vic Lockman

Disney Biography (US edition) The Story of Walt Disney published by Henry Holt & Co (New York) 1956

Disney Biography (US edition) The Story of Walt Disney published by Henry Holt & Co (New York) 1956

This is the most terrifying Mickey Mouse cartoon ever. It's even scarier than Runaway Brain, in which the doctor actually dies.

This is the most terrifying Mickey Mouse cartoon ever. It's even scarier than Runaway Brain, in which the doctor actually dies.

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