Treasures from the Disney Vault – Fall 2018

markymarc70 (NDU#6) (24 Posts)

NDU #6, DVC Member, D23 Charter Member, Disney fan, Broadway fan, and TV junkie! Recent runDisney fanatic! Instagram: markymarc_70 Favorite park: Magic Kingdom Growing up as a child, of course I watched Disney animated movies. But it wasn't until my first visit to Walt Disney World as a young adult, that I fell in love with Disney. Since then the love as spread from just the parks and TV & movies to how I visit (current Passholder and DVC Member), to running (runDisney), and to Broadway (Lion King, Mary Poppins, Newsies, Aladdin, etc.) But the biggest impact Disney has had on me is the people it has brought into my life. Friendships I treasure with all my heart. Some friends have become more like my Ohana (my family). For this I will forever be grateful.


We are now fully immersed into the Fall Season. So why not celebrate with some Disney Classics. Turner Classic Movies is again proud to present Treasures from the Disney Vault on Monday, October 15th starting at 8pm. Whether you attempt to stay up all night and watch or set your DVR to record these classics, please enjoy. Check out the full schedule below.

8:00PM Magician Mickey (1937)
Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)

10:15PM The Little Whirlwind (1940)
Flight of the Navigator (1986)

12:15AM The Black Hole (1979)

2:00AM Pluto’s Sweater (1949)
The Cat from Outer Space (1978)

4:00AM The Last Flight of Noah’s Ark (1980)

Treasures from the Disney Vault - Fall 2018

markymarc70 (NDU#6)

NDU #6, DVC Member, D23 Charter Member, Disney fan, Broadway fan, and TV junkie! Recent runDisney fanatic! Instagram: markymarc_70 Favorite park: Magic Kingdom Growing up as a child, of course I watched Disney animated movies. But it wasn't until my first visit to Walt Disney World as a young adult, that I fell in love with Disney. Since then the love as spread from just the parks and TV & movies to how I visit (current Passholder and DVC Member), to running (runDisney), and to Broadway (Lion King, Mary Poppins, Newsies, Aladdin, etc.) But the biggest impact Disney has had on me is the people it has brought into my life. Friendships I treasure with all my heart. Some friends have become more like my Ohana (my family). For this I will forever be grateful.

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