August DDL Riddle Winner

Sherri J. (NDM#237) (57 Posts)

Sherri grew up in Beckley, West Virginia watching “Wonderful World of Disney” every Sunday night. She studied art at West Virginia University, which led to an appreciation of Walt Disney’s genius as an artist. Later, she and Mark, NDD#102, met and married and only afterwards realized that they were both huge fans of the Disney brand. Since discovering that they are “Disney people” Sherri and her husband have made yearly trips to Walt Disney World, while raising their three children to believe that wishes can come true. While at work, she enjoys being referred to as the “Disney guru.”


Congratulations to Ray K., NDD # 85. He is the August DDL Riddle winner. Ray knew Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) voiced Ken in Toy Story 3 and Christian Bale (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight) did the voice of Thomas in Pocahontas.  Michael Keaton also provided the voice to bad guy Chick Hicks in Cars.  I wasn’t aware that Christian Bale appeared in Pocahontas.  Thanks to all the DDL Riddle participants who informed me of that.   I had another Batman in mind.  Adam West (of the 1960’s Batman movie and TV show) voiced Ace in Chicken Little and Uncle Art in Meet the Robinsons.

Ray’s knowledge of both Batman and Disney movies won him a Disney trading pin.  Thanks to everyone who participated in last month’s Riddle.  Don’t forget to check out September’s Riddle for a chance to win a Halloween costume from  Halloweencostumes.com.

 

Contributed by: Sherri Jeffries (NDM#237) Sherri is the DDL Riddler.

Sherri J. (NDM#237)

Sherri grew up in Beckley, West Virginia watching “Wonderful World of Disney” every Sunday night. She studied art at West Virginia University, which led to an appreciation of Walt Disney’s genius as an artist. Later, she and Mark, NDD#102, met and married and only afterwards realized that they were both huge fans of the Disney brand. Since discovering that they are “Disney people” Sherri and her husband have made yearly trips to Walt Disney World, while raising their three children to believe that wishes can come true. While at work, she enjoys being referred to as the “Disney guru.”

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